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  • n. Plural form of partygoer.


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  • For Forman, both of these possible outcomes are equally absurd, and both are clearly tied to aspects of Communist society just as the fire brigade stand in for the Communist Politburo, the partygoers are the proletariat, trapped within an absurd situation with absurd leaders, and forced by these circumstances to act in dishonest and despicable ways.

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  • It's early evening, and the line of partygoers waiting for wristbands snakes through the graffiti-painted alleyway.

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  • Prospective business partners angled to get close to him and praised him as a guru of the lucrative “urban” market, while grateful partygoers hailed him as a modern-day Gatsby.

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  • At one point, a military marching band paraded through the square the entertain the partygoers.

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  • And of the many partygoers who witnessed the crime, none would talk to police.

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  • But police had a strict security plan in place, with sealed manhole covers, counter-snipers on rooftops and checkpoints for partygoers to pass through on their way to the country's largest annual New Year's celebration.

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  • Police said the city wasn't the target of a New Year's Eve terror threat, but they had a strict security plan in place, with sealed manhole covers, counter-snipers on rooftops and checkpoints for partygoers.

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  • A previous "celebrity" who famously sent a signed book was J K Rowling, but this time it seems as if partygoers will have to make do with David Jason (Inspector Frost), Joanna Lumley, D B C Pierre, David Cameron and Cherie Booth.

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  • In case mere cocktails weren't enough to sate the partygoers' thirst for excitement, there was music, dancing, aerial acrobats, go-go dancers, caricaturists... everything but a clown twisting balloons into the shape of martini glasses.

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  • Lanterns blazed upon the spars, sending a warm and manifold light down over the elegantly garbed partygoers.

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