party line

[ pahr-tee lahyn for 1, 2; pahr-tee lahyn for 3, 4 ]SEE DEFINITION OF party line
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The party line is not drawn on belief but on race and color.

"We'll hook old Mitch on our party line, sometime, Frank," he said.

In an age when money is the only ideology – they did not adhere to the party line.

Stud could hear the subdued exclamations from every kitchen on the party line.

Her new clothes from Sears Roebuck were the talk of the party line.

He was hunting for the place where that party line had gone dead.

They explain the Party line to them in a manner that is relevant to local conditions and mobilize them to produce their quotas.

The party line between Whig and Tory turned ostensibly upon this issue.

The party line between Anglican and Puritan was not at once sharply drawn.

Not all American liberals tied themselves to the party line; but few found any other attachment.

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