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Conservative Party


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  • proper n. Conservative party
  • proper n. Diminutive of Progressive Conservative Party
  • proper n. Diminutive of Conservative Party of Canada

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a political party (especially in Great Britain or Australia) that believes in the importance of a capitalist economy with private ownership rather than state control


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  • … JFK warns Soviets not to interfere in Vietnam … Atom Test Ban Treaty signed in Moscow by Dean Rusk, Andrei Gromyko and Sir Alec Douglas-Home, rejected by France and China … Malayan Communists step up offensive … Kennedy's second son, born prematurely, dies … Manhunt for the British Great Train Robbers continues … Profumo scandal damages Conservative Party …

    Noble House

  • "La Correspondencia de España", and "La Epoca", the organ of the Conservative Party — have a large number of readers.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • In between detailed reports of various liquor-by-the-drink referenda in East Texas were national results, including the startling news that Jim Buckley had been elected senator from New York on the Conservative Party line.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • He had always hated Dunstan Barre and that hatred was tripled last year when Barre had been given a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honors List — an honor maneuvered, Gornt was sure, with judicious contributions to the Conservative Party fund.

    Noble House

  • In the Norwegian Parliament, members of the Conservative Party and the Socialist Left Party sat next to one another as they declared that, though they disagreed about a lot of things, they did agree that the only way to handle conflicts was through bargaining on the basis of election results.

    A Billion Lives


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