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Synonyms for processional

religious music used in a procession

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There were no late dramas at the front of the field and the processional race ended with Andlauer pipping Gven and Ammermller at the top of the podium.
The group also reiterated its appeal to politicians, political parties and party-list groups not to put up tarpaulin banners along the processional route, and distribute campaign leaflets to the crowd.
Team Sky's Thomas had already effectively secured his first Tour title on Saturday as tradition dictated that the yellow jersey wearer would not be attacked by rivals during the largely processional route into Paris on Sunday's 21st stage.
Thomas Yesterday was the stage that worried Team Sky more - a 200.5km test from Lourdes that included over 5,000 metres of climbing and took on the Aspin, Tourmalet and Aubisque - but if Thomas can maintain his lead today, Sunday is a processional finale into Paris which will see no change in the standings.
Having safely negotiated yesterday's 115-kilometre processional final stage the 33-year-old Team Sky rider finished 46 seconds clear of Dutchman Tom Dumoulin.
The morning begins with an informative lecture by the visiting preacher, then advances outdoors to Main Street to watch Lyon College's Pipes and Drums performing until it's time for the processional into the sanctuary.
With music composed by Arthur Sullivan, it was originally entitled Hymn for Procession with Cross and Banners and was written as a processional hymn for children walking to church at Whitsundtide.
Speaking ahead of the processional stage into Madrid about what he has been thinking while racing, Froome said: "It's funny sometimes the little things that will get you to the finish line.
Froome finished behind stage winner Alberto Contador on Alto de l'Angliru to extend his advantage at the top of the general classification with just Sunday's processional stage into Madrid to come.
Froome will wear the yellow jersey in the closing stage, a largely processional ride to the Champs Elysees in Paris on Sunday.
The processional book has been little studied in its medieval and early modern history, in spite of the fact that scholars have been studying processions for many years.
This study identifies thirty-four leaves of a lost manuscript processional from Wilton Abbey, a Benedictine convent and the premiere center of noble women's education in medieval England.
He said in this regard, 1700 police officials would perform duty for different processional routes and religious gatherings.
In one example, Francis' most public appearance in New York -- a processional drive through Central Park in his open-sided popemobile -- required tickets for the 80,000 people who could line the route.
From an 18th century betel leaf casket from southern India and a processional elephant and mahout crafted out of papier- mache and canvas laid on wood from Rajasthan, to a late 18th century painting of a perched cockatoo and a rosewood, cane and brass armchair from British India-- the objects are of great artistic value.