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United Party

(formerly, in South Africa) the major opposition party, founded by General Smuts in 1934: the official Opposition in Parliament from 1948, the party was disbanded in 1977 See also National Party, Progressive Federal Party
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  • And once more it was a united party that looked for further evidence of ghosts, real or imaginary.

  • He had behind him a united party and a satisfied public opinion.

  • It was deemed expedient for the united party to establish winter quarters there.

    Christopher Carson John S. C. Abbott
  • The united party had thoroughly enjoyed the day, even into the evening.

    Across India Oliver Optic
  • The pressure of a strong and united party, what ministers have the courage to withstand?

  • In course of time the board was spread, the viands smoked upon it, and the united party set to work.

    Silver Lake R.M. Ballantyne
  • On the following day the united party set out on their return to the brig, which they reached in safety.

    Fast in the Ice R.M. Ballantyne
  • The united party descended the Missouri, and found that other explorers were already following in their track.

    Historic Adventures Rupert S. Holland
  • The united party then again advanced, with rifles cocked and primed, towards the Indian camp.

    Christopher Carson John S. C. Abbott
  • Down came the bear, but at that critical moment an irresistible force effected what the united party had failed to accomplish.

    Red Rooney R.M. Ballantyne

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