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“Described by the Daily Mail as a "party-loving lad with a distinct eye for the ladies," photographs suggesting O'Kane is far from prince charming have since surfaced across multiple sources.”
“Even before he had declared his candidacy last year, LePage was picking up support from grassroots activists and disillusioned Republicans for vowing to abide by the sacrosanct principles of the tea party-loving Right.”
“Frisky brewing heiress Daphne Guinness, 40, enjoyed a sojourn in New York recently with party-loving French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, 59, in the absence of his actress wife, Arielle.”
““She liked the high life and her party-loving friends,” Susan reflected.”
“She liked to party, but she certainly wasn't anything more really than a, you know, than a regular party-loving girl.”
“Minding their own party-loving business, as it were.”
“And Jeff Greene is a party-loving, billionaire carpetbagger who profited from the mortgage meltdown (what an amusing coincidence that he shares his name with Jeff Garlin's character on Curb Your Enthusiasm; he even looks like Garlin).”
“Mike, who survived against all odds, had always been a carefree, party-loving guy who pretty much did whatever he pleased without giving much thought to how it might affect other people.”
“Many of us were hoping that Vince Vaughn would remain a committed, party-loving bachelor until the day he died.”
“TUCKER: The business aspect of this release is a contrast of Prince's portrayal of himself here as a trippy party-loving guy.”
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