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  • proper noun The particular green party of a country or region.

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

  • noun an environmentalist political party

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Examples

  • With a peacemaker's steadfastness, the Green Party, which is the dominant political force in Kreuzberg, has stepped into the breach.

    Kreuzberg Bellyaches Over Kebab Tourism

  • That would include the Green Party, which is likely to hold the balance of power in the upper house, or Senate, and whose demands could include a tougher mining tax and a carbon-pricing program.

    Australian Vote Hangs Over Markets

  • I will continue to vote Green when I can, and even to give them a little money now and then, but it's clear now, as it wasn't a decade ago, that the Green Party is a lost cause.

    Andrew Levine: Needed: A New Nader

  • I will continue to vote Green when I can, and even to give them a little money now and then, but it's clear now, as it wasn't a decade ago, that the Green Party is a lost cause.

    Andrew Levine: Needed: A New Nader

  • The Green Party is the only party committed to a program of genuine ‘relocalisation’ and decentralization of public services in the name of accountability and local choice.

    Survey Reveals Value of A Green Health Service

  • We want to ensure that the Green Party is a great environment for staff, and would place a high premium on sensitive line-management.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • This disproportionately hurts the Green Party, which is the only ballot-qualified minor party in Illinois, because it has less primaries than the Democratic or Republican Parties.

    Election News Roundup: 5/27/09 - 6/3/09

  • The Green Party is the only party committed to a program of genuine ‘relocalisation’ and decentralization of public services in the name of accountability and local choice.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • We do not owe any of our existence to support from corporations, and given that, the Green Party might be a refreshing break from the corporate sellout by the Republirats. by

    Obama Picks a Clarence Thomas for the EPA

  • The Green Party is the only national party that refuses to take corporate money.

    Spineless Dems or a Dem-Trifecta Driven Filibuster-Proof Congress and a Media Carrot

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