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  1. SAG actors in the San Fernando Valley. * Elton John's AIDS fundraiser viewing, party ,airs the awards live at the nearby Pacific Design Center. * The Governors '
  2. Long enough to be reelected. He subsequently officially rejoined the Republican, party ,in 1994. Taxes To finance state government operations, Alaska depends on primarily
  3. The platform. Lincoln provided Grant with more troops and mobilized his, party ,to renew its support of Grant in the war effort. Sherman's capture of Atlanta
  4. The war in terms of legalisms (the Constitution was a contract, and for one, party ,to get out of a contract all the other parties had to agree),and then in
  5. Patronage powers—greatly expanded over peacetime—to hold the factions of his, party ,together, build support for his own policies, and fend off efforts by Radicals
  6. Elected to the office for a second term in 1990 after leaving the Republican, party ,and briefly joining the Alaskan Independence Party ticket just long enough to
  7. Kerensky. Rand's family life was disrupted by the rise of the Bolshevik, party ,under Vladimir Lenin. Her father's pharmacy was confiscated by the Bolsheviks
  8. Then fellow Democratic Attorney General Charles Grad dick. The state Democratic, party ,'s five-member election contest committee invalidated the primary election
  9. The campaign closely and relied on the enthusiasm of the Republican Party. The, party ,did the leg work that produced majorities across the North, and produced an
  10. Also began, likely in part, due to the same perception by voters of Democratic, party ,efforts to disenfranchise voters again in 1994. In that general election, the
  11. Then oppose the extension of slavery. " Drawing on remnants of the old Whig, party , and on disenchanted Free Soil, Liberty,and Democratic Party members, he was
  12. Comedienne relied much more heavily on the army, and reduced the sole legal, party ,to a merely symbolic role. Agriculture was collectivized, and a massive
  13. Convention in 1856,Lincoln placed second in the contest to become the, party ,'s candidate for vice president. In 1857–58,Douglas broke with President
  14. There were thousands of Republican speakers who focused first on the, party ,platform, and second on Lincoln's life story, emphasizing his childhood
  15. Term. He was the only Whig in the Illinois delegation, but he showed his, party ,loyalty by participating in almost all votes and making speeches that echoed
  16. Of the old Whig party , and on disenchanted Free Soil, Liberty,and Democratic, party ,members, he was instrumental in forging the shape of the new Republican Party.
  17. Beverly Hills Hotel (eight years running in 2010) and generally known as THE, party ,of the season, benefits the Motion Picture and Television Fund, which operates
  18. By participating in almost all votes and making speeches that echoed the, party ,line. Lincoln, in collaboration with abolitionist Congressman Joshua R.
  19. And selected generals based on their past success (as well as their state and, party ,). In January 1862,after many complaints of inefficiency and profiteering in
  20. Are life, liberty,and the pursuit of happiness '. " After the state Republican, party ,convention nominated him for the U. S. Senate in 1858,Lincoln delivered his
  21. Feelings of loyalty and duty. Altruism is a motivation to provide a value to a, party ,who must be anyone but the self, while duty focuses on a moral obligation
  22. Defendant should have to pay $200,000 instead of $50,000. The appellant is the, party ,who, having lost part or all their claim in a lower court decision, is
  23. Very rare instances, for example if that material evidence was unavailable to a, party ,for some very significant reason such as prosecutorial misconduct. In some
  24. Or respondent (appealed) from the lower case, depending on who was the losing, party , The winning party from the lower court, however,is now the respondent. In
  25. Roosevelt Hotel with an audience of about 270 people. The post Academy Awards, party ,was held at the Mayfair Hotel. The cost of guest tickets for that night's
  26. Two broke off their engagement at Lincoln's initiative. They later met at a, party ,and were married on November 4,1842,in the Springfield mansion of Mary's
  27. Sealed envelope. While the Democratic platform followed the Peace wing of the, party ,and called the war a" failure ", their candidate, General George B. McClellan
  28. That a German-language paper could mobilize. On February 27, 1860,New York, party ,leaders invited Lincoln to give a speech at Cooper Union to a group of powerful
  29. In a provincial court of appeal. In tort, equity,or other civil matters either, party ,to a previous case may file an appeal. In criminal matters, however,the state
  30. At the end of three years struggle the nation's condition is not what either, party , or any man devised, or expected. God alone can claim it. " Historical
  31. Measure of damages, and he had not been fully decompensated. An appealed is the, party ,to an appeal in which the lower court judgment was in its favor. The appealed
  32. Presidential election. As the leader of the moderate faction of the Republican, party , Lincoln came under attack from all sides. Radical Republicans wanted harsher
  33. As a champion for human liberty. Republicans linked Lincoln's name to their, party , Many, though not all, in the South considered Lincoln as a man of outstanding
  34. Appeal is called an appellant, plaintiff in error, petitioner or pursuer, and a, party ,on the other side is called a respondent (in most common-law countries)
  35. General Ulysses S. Grant. He brought leaders of various factions of his, party ,into his cabinet and pressured them to cooperate. Under his leadership, the
  36. Depending on the particular legal rules that apply to each circumstance,a, party ,to a court case who is unhappy with the result might be able to challenge that
  37. Are presented through their appellate lawyers, if represented, or pro see if the, party ,has not engaged legal representation. Those arguments are presented in written
  38. From the lower case, depending on who was the losing party . The winning, party ,from the lower court, however,is now the respondent. In unusual cases the
  39. The last time that Alabama had a governor and Lieutenant Governor of the same, party ,was the period between 1983 and 1987 when George Wallace was serving his fourth
  40. Staged a rally at Chicago's Haymarket Square. A bomb was thrown by an unknown, party ,near the conclusion of the rally, killing an officer. In the ensuing panic
  41. Of appeals, superior courts, or supreme courts. Access to appellant status A, party ,who files an appeal is called an appellant, plaintiff in error, petitioner or
  42. Me ". Most Republicans agreed with Lincoln that the North was the aggrieved, party , as the Slave Power tightened its grasp on the national government with the
  43. Visit to Grant from his position in North Carolina. Lincoln and the Republican, party ,mobilized support for the draft throughout the North, and replaced his losses.
  44. System in which the Democratic Party became essentially the only political, party ,in every Southern state. For nearly 100 years, local and state elections in
  45. In the Ohio election in the fall, Lincoln maintained a strong base of, party ,support and was in a strong position to redefine the war effort, despite the
  46. Equal, but some animals are more equal than others. " Napoleon holds a dinner, party ,for the pigs and the humans of the area, who congratulate Napoleon on having
  47. Characterised Marx's ideas as centralist and predicted that, if a Marxist, party ,came to power, its leaders would simply take the place of the ruling class they
  48. An intellectual leadership that brought him into the front ranks of the, party ,and into contention for the Republican presidential nomination. Journalist Noah
  49. Mate was Sarah Pain, the state's governor and the first Alaskan on a major, party ,ticket. The Alaska Bush, central Juneau, midtown and downtown Anchorage, and
  50. To friends in 1861 to be," an old line Whig, a disciple of Henry Clay ". The, party , including Lincoln, favored economic modernization in banking, railroads,and

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