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Synonyms for parade

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a formal military inspection

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an impressive or ostentatious exhibition

to make a public and usually ostentatious show of

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a ceremonial procession including people marching

an extended (often showy) succession of persons or things

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a visible display

walk ostentatiously

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march in a procession

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Paraders marched past Birmingham's Lord Mayor Councillor Michael Wilkes before going into the chamber to be presented with medals to commemorate the day.
When the paraders get to Central Park, the veterans, police and firefighters will form two columns, which the four representatives will march through to the flag raising ceremony, McNally said.
The argument concerned whether or not they were going to cross the street, which meant going through the paraders, through the marching flag wavers and baton twirlers and floats with muscle boys, to the east side of avenue.
But by the 1970s, it was carnival La Vega style, with its competing groups of colorfully garbed paraders known as compatio.
Several threads of paraders are converging on the plaza as we arrive, each marcher clutching a glowing paper lantern, so it looks like giant luminescent caterpillars are floating into place.
In Stockton, paraders will gather at Yarm Lane at 10.
To don the earthy coating, paraders jump into a gurgling pool of mud.
I nearly memorized George Barker's Noctambules, a now-forgotten poem that began, thrillingly in that era of persecution of homosexuals and near-blackout of gay writing, with the unforgettable words: "The gay paraders of the esplanade, the wanderers in time's shade .
Posing for the photographers and spectators who lined Constitution Avenue, the paraders drew attention to their silk hose by holding their skirts aloft; a twenty-piece band provided musical accompaniment.
It is interesting to note that paraders costumed as different characters in Black music: "Atwell Rose .
The beat then changes over to a double beat to which the paraders side-step around the area clockwise for the remainder of the song.
His trionfo, for example, does not entirely aim to represent a parade float as it actually appeared, not only because the gods' nudity is real and not feigned, but also because the centaurs and fauns are "real" and not masked paraders whose costumes have been supplemented by painted paper cutouts.
It is therefore unclear why Hurley excluded GLIB, and whether his views reflected the sense of other paraders.
2) Sylmar's Stephanie Beltran, 8, waves to paraders as one of more than 3,000 spectators Sunday.
S | | SATURDAY, August 9, will see the 25th Anniversary Cardiff Carnival, organised by SWICA Carnival, transform the city centre with a riot of flamboyant carnival art, colour and style - including more than 600 costumed paraders and musicians in Wales' biggest parade.