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  • n. a political party in Australia, Canada, and other nations, and formerly in Great Britain


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  • Banjo, after the Liberal Party was advised to make a clean break from Howard-era style campaigns, The Australian newspaper says.

    The Age News Headlines

  • This led (1866-67) to the formation of a Prussian National Liberal Party committed to a reconciliation of the hitherto dominant Liberals with the now all-powerful minister.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • The Liberal Party was just then busy disestablishing and disendowing the Irish Church.

    Matthew Arnold

  • One's rather imperialist, the Liberal Party representative, Hugh Guthrie. "

    Noble House

  • At the Liberal Party Dinner in New York, Muskie‚Äôs performance bested both George McGovern and John Lindsay, who had been expected to carry the night.

    No Excuses

  • Under these circumstances it was natural that the toilers, having looked for redress to the Liberal Party and looked in vain, should, when next they had the chance, try a spell of that Democratic Toryism which at any rate held out some shadowy hope of social betterment.

    Matthew Arnold


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