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an impressive or ostentatious exhibition

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cheap or pretentious or vain display

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ceremonial elegance and splendor

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Pomp recommended revising the COP method by replacing the "all-or-nothing" method under the current COP standard with a proportionate approach, rather than adopting the market-based sourcing approach proposed by the Uniformity Committee and revising the MTC regulations to better define the direct costs that are included in COP.
His music still lives on at most English football grounds in the form of various colourful renditions of his most famous piece, his Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 - popularly known as Land of Hope and Glory.
The day began with a very "entertaining" state tax update presented by Paul Frankel, a partner with Morrison & Foerster, and Richard Pomp, a professor from the University Of Connecticut School Of Law.
Her plain to declare independence with all the pomp of patriotism brings her special challenges.
In 1879 Archibald Warner struggles with the pomp and circumstance of being the new Earl of Sacshe although his predecessor's widow Camilla offers plenty of help and advice on etiquette.
Some of her paintings, based on actual events, evoke the pomp of history painting while skirting that genre's didacticism via astute stylistic choices and a judicious ambiguity.
It is told primarily by Sacajawea talking to her child, Pomp, also called Firstborn Son, and by Pomp himself.
The infant's parents, French Canadian trader Toussaint Charbonneau and his Shoshone wife, Sacagawea, named him Jean Baptiste, but Clark gave him the nickname that stuck: Pompey, perhaps for the Roman general, shortened to Pomp.
But in the first production by the newly formed Wales Theatre Company Webber's kind of pomp is happily absent.
Chapters 1 and 2 discuss the reactions of Caroline Protestants to the almost mythic heroism of the earlier Elizabethan church and their attempts to fashion "richly inventive revisions of the heroic pomp and circumstance of faith" (21).
The ceremonies of German monarchs had been private in the early nineteenth century, but the desire to nurture the monarchies' popular appeal in the wake of the revolutions led the kings to introduce more pageantry and pomp and to make royal ceremony more accessible to the public.
Other aspiring pros include George Bradford of Maryland, Marcus Kiel of California, Brian Herring of Arizona, Pomp Braswell (a journeyman mini-tourist sponsored by the Harlem Globetrotters), plus North Carolina's Robbie Petty and Kevin Logan, the latter a 40-year-old throwback to the black golf tour era.
The first thing the new county council did was to do away with robes of office and all the pomp and ceremony disappeared, downgrading the position of Cardiff's Lord Mayor.
The new compact wet end includes a POMix compact stock processor for blending the stock ahead of the paper machine, one POMp 400 unit for degassing the white water from the wire pit, a POMlocks suction water seal pit, and a flexible cascade cleaner plant based on Cyclotech cleaners.
We took over a lot of properties through POMP," said Rosenberg.