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Synonyms for carnival

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a festival marked by merrymaking and processions

a frenetic disorganized (and often comic) disturbance suggestive of a large public entertainment

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a traveling show

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DUKLA PRAGUE: Viktor, Cmarada, Novak, Taborsky, Zlocha, Geleta, Strunc, Pnebort, Masopust, Nedorost, Vacenovsky.
In discrepancies between studies of lab mice and humans, "the mouse may not be at fault," Masopust says.
Tomas Masopust ([dagger]) and Jiri Techet ([double dagger])
Masopust of Jackson, the late Pearl Wynn Cockroft, and the late Walter D.
With: Tomas Masopust, Denisa Demeterova, Petr Lnenicka, Ladislav Goral, Rozita Mertova, Koloman Balaz, Mirek Kotlar.
In a quilt shop, I came across a wonderful book, Fractured Landscape Quilts, by Kati Pasquini Masopust.
Add layers of visual interest to representational quilts with Ghost Layers & Color Washes by Katie Pasquini Masopust.
Josef Masopust and Ladislav Novak of Dukla Prague, Ferenc Bene of Ujpest Doza, Anderlecht's Paul Van Himst and Georges Heylens and Marija Brncic of Dinamo Zagreb.
1962: Bags two goals in European Cup final as Benfica beat Real Madrid 5-3 but loses Ballon d'Or vote to Dukla Prague's Josef Masopust.
Also on hand were scouts Gilles Cote, Pat Funk, Jack Gardiner, Dirk Graham, Rob Grillo, Brian Gross, Shin Larsson, Bryan Marchment, Karel Masopust and Jason Rowe.