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parade

noun caravan, cavalcade, column, display, exhibit, exhibition, gala, grandeur, honorary march, honnrary procession, march, motorcade, presentation, public procession, salute to, show, spectacle, stream of marchers, throngs of marchers, walk of marchers
Associated concepts: parade law
See also: demonstrate, display, flaunt, histrionics, lineup, pretense, produce, protest
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Typically, paraders wear bowler hats, dark suits with orange 'collarettes' and carry a symbol of their particular order, the Union flag or the Ulster banner.
40) Daily Clarion, "Calgary Citizens Form Human Defense Wall for Young Paraders," December 16, 1936, and "Alberta Grants Relief to Single Unemployed," December 19, 1936.
The Paraders, mostly young college graduates and veterans employed by GM, transported the vehicles from town to town, set up the 26 major exhibits and gave lectures on the various demonstrations.
We have a mass rehearsal this Saturday, bringing all the 150 paraders together, so it's quite exciting to see what is going to happen.
Clockwise from main, Cor y Brythoniaid, festivalgoers Meg Sklawski, Lizzie Short, Callum Metcalfe, Callum Porter-Jones and Joel Meadows, My Bloody Valentine lead singer Kevin Shields, lantern paraders Pics: ROBERT PARRY JONES
But we do commemorations well and paraders will be dressing in cloth caps and rags to mark capital's triumph over labour 100 years ago this week.
Curiously, two days earlier - on January 20, 2013, paraders walked down the main streets of Kyiv calling for "United Ukraine - to United Europe
While hundreds of people will be taking part in the popular parade, even more will be turning out to watch as paraders move to the sound of the samba.
Everything from announcers, to music, to flashy parading coats and outfits for paraders.
The paraders set off through the main street down Abergele Road, to the clock tower before turning into the shopping centre and up the one way system to the delight of onlookers.
Every October, Galembo watches the paraders on Sixth Avenue in New York and keeps an eye out for the latest Halloween trends ("Michael Jackson and zombies last year," she notes).
Paraders marched past Birmingham's Lord Mayor Coun Michael Wilkes before going in to the chamber to be presented with medals to commemorate the day.