How to use Throw-a-party in a sentence

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  • There are so many reasons to throw a party!

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  • What better way to throw a party than in high style?

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  • Why not throw a party for your 8-year-old for working so hard in school all year?

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  • Be creative and throw a party that the guests will never forget!

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  • Remember, there is no right or wrong way to throw a party.

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  • Bling it up from the very start with your invitations, throw a party to remember and then send your guests home with fun reminders of a great time.

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  • And there is no better way than to throw a party on the 4th of July.

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  • Remember that this is a special day that should be filled with fun, so plan accordingly and throw a party that no one will forget.

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  • Remember, it doesn't have to cost a lot of money to throw a party that your children will enjoy.

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  • The large number of drink mixes on the market makes it easy to throw a party without having to spend a ton of money to make exotic and fun drinks.

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  • Graduating from high school is a huge milestone in a teen's life, and usually a graduate will throw a party to celebrate it.

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  • German couples traditionally throw a party the night before the wedding, during which their guests throw porcelain dishes at the couple's feet for good luck.

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  • They are the first ones who offer to throw a party for their daughter.

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  • If you don't want to throw a party that is that fancy, you can stick with the bare bones rooms and outdoor areas you have, perhaps adding little festive touches like tiki torches.

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