ceremonial occasion


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She delivered that Lamp lighting is a ceremonial occasion to initiate the nursing students into their future professional life and the vows which the students pledge to fulfil reflect values required for the Nursing and the spirit of dedicated service.
"This year, we celebrate the Olympic Day which comes with a new slogan 'Move, Learn and Discover', as we share the international Olympic community its efforts in promoting the principles of Olympism and the noble human values, where this ceremonial occasion has occupies an important part in our annual agenda," he said.
ETIOLATE A Ceremonial occasion B To make pale C Concerning nations who am I?
GENTLE READER: "Who he is'' is someone who understands that the choice of clothing constitutes a symbolic system -- but who is willing to use it only to broadcast himself, even at the cost of symbolizing disrespect for others and for a ceremonial occasion.
It is not merely a ceremonial occasion to be celebrated by donning colourful robes.
"As Procedure Alpha is a full ceremonial occasion all members of the Royal Navy have to follow uniform regulations; unfortunately this does not allow for non-regulation ribbons to be worn."
Statement of Islamic Emirate regarding the release of Palestinian prisoners in exchange for a Zionist soldier, Gilad Schalit Yesterday the ceremonial occasion commemorating the exchange of prisoners occurred between Islamic Resistance of Palestine (Hamas) and the forces of Zionist regime through Egyptian intermediation.
With this, the defenders abused this ceremonial occasion to accuse VMRO-DPMNE's Government and PM Nikola Gruevski of the history's revision.
Celebrations will conclude with a flypast from RAF Leuchar and a Beating Retreat - a long-standing military tradition which marks the end of a ceremonial occasion.
Failure to wear any one of these on a ceremonial occasion could possibly be seen as an insult to the country which awarded the honour.
"An Exhibition is also being inaugurated on the 26th January 2018 to commemorate this ceremonial occasion and showcase the relics besides afford a glimpse into the widespread impact for modernisation of the country and as a catalyst of the economy," read an official note.
"We look to share the international Olympic community its efforts in promoting the principles of Olympism and the noble human values, where this ceremonial occasion has occupies an important part in our annual agenda," added Askar.
The official letter to Kumar said he has been nominated " to visit for up to seven days as PM's Special Envoy for that period ( in the rank and the privileges of a Cabinet Minister) to maintain the momentum of high- level exchanges with Japan, and to prepare for the upcoming visit of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan and the Prime Minister of Japan to India." While the visit of the Japanese Emperor and the Empress is an important ceremonial occasion to strengthen Indo- Japan relations, the choice of the ousted minister ( as the special envoy) is hardly going to benefit the ties.
Mayor of Wirral David Mitchell said: "The homecoming parade is always a great ceremonial occasion and gives us all the chance to show our support for the regiment and for the armed forces generally."
Mrs Fox's ill-considered and snide remarks attacked the ceremonial occasion of the Queen's Speech, the presentation of which is the envy of other countries the world over (however much Mrs Fox feels it is out of date in the present financial climate).