proposed two alternative revisions of the committee's draft definition of "receipts.
And yet there Pomp
was, for thousands of miles down rivers and across mountains: a cradleboarded bundle, the object of fussing, worry, and delight.
The author rightly recognizes that many practices and developments described in the book created a German national identity as well: Railways indeed linked the various states, citizens did build national monuments, and the Kaiser also used the pomp
and ceremony to advertise his imperial role.
Bill Herbert pictured in the mayoral regalia with wife Ellen when he became Lord Mayor of Cardiff in 1988.
Martha Washington, for example, was sometimes called Lady Washington because pomp
and circumstance were still fresh in the collective memory of the fledgling republic.
Summary: Lahore [Pakistan], Jan 22 (ANI): Even as Basant Panchmi, the festival marking the onset of spring, is celebrated with great pomp
and show, the occasion remains lackluster in Pakistan.
Tuesday, the first day of the 84th legislative session, was a day for pomp
, circumstance, protest and a whole lot of tweeting.
Summary: Ramadan Night Market, the 10-day shopping extravaganza that began with much pomp
and show on August 10, has witnessed a good footfall.
How we would love Alan in his pomp
to be United's No 9 against Aston Villa on Monday night when goals are so desperately required to lift the Mags away from the relegation trapdoor
PICNICKING music lovers enjoyed a night of pomp
and fireworks during an open-air classical concert in Southport.
WATCHING the Queen's Trooping of the Colours on Saturday I just hope the day never comes when the Left-wing, anti-monarchy and PC brigade put a stop to our pomp
and circumstance traditions or our beloved monarchy.