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Synonyms for investiture

Synonyms for investiture

the act or process of formally admitting a person to membership or office

Synonyms for investiture

the ceremony of installing a new monarch

the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office


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Commenting on his current job, he said: "I have a very special role in that I only play piano and only play for state ceremonial occasions such as investitures and state banquets.
Around 25 investitures are held each year, with most staged in the Ballroom at Buckingham Palace, but others take place at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh and at Windsor Castle.
For the first time in decades, the Virginia Supreme Court is seeking to revamp its press policy that systematically discriminates against black-and minority-owned newspapers in the coverage of events such as the investiture of new judges.
The 1969 investiture, in particular, exposed painful divisions in Welsh-speaking Wales in a way that 1911 did not," he said.
It was the 40th anniversary of the first Order of Canada investitures in 1967.
I have now been told I cannot cover this month's investitures of rugby hero Jonny Wilkinson, Mick Jagger and Billy Connolly.
Former motor racing driver Sir Stirling Moss is warned by Pc Alun Evans against speeding out of Buckingham Palace, after he received his knighthood from the Prince of Wales at yesterday's Investitures at Buckingham Palace.
The Scottish investitures are held in Holyrood's majestic picture gallery.
He said past investitures had been used as political stunts.
Investitures in Wales have traditionally been held at Cardiff Castle, but were switched after a row over access for the disabled at the castle last year.
Investitures should be held, as they are, in prestigious surroundings such as Cardiff Castle.