Cash is the blood of partisanship, and without it you are in for an endless Night of the Living Dead.
But she is shrewd enough to know that partisanship would only narrow her audience.
The parties are more interested in partisanship than in solving the great problems facing the nation.
Now, obviously, there are multiple variables—like partisanship, spending, and events—that affect outcomes.
This is in marked contrast to the fatalism you see in places like Russia and China, where partisanship is frowned upon.
The difficulties of partisanship led to the appointment of a new officer, the podestà.
Her words were the words of partisanship, and her partisanship was for another as well as himself.
However, it avoided more successfully the appearance of partisanship.
This is a matter too serious for the bitterness of partisanship.
It is impossible to resist the conclusion of this writer, that partisanship was a potent factor in the framing and adoption of it.
also partizan, 1550s, "one who takes part with another, zealous supporter," from Middle French partisan (15c.), from dialectal upper Italian partezan (Tuscan partigiano) "member of a faction, partner," from parte "part, party," from Latin partem (nominative pars), see part (n.). Sense of "guerilla fighter" is first recorded 1690s.
1708 for warfare, 1842 for politics, from partisan (n.).