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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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Today, Raye, 57, is the president of Austin's PFLAG chapter, and on June 5 she served as grand marshal of Austin's pride parade with Austin businessman and politician Mark Katz.
Patrick's Day Parade became a major event in the life of the Irish-American community.
Crowds lined the parade route, at times five or six people deep, with children sitting on the shoulders of parents and relatives and others craning their necks to get a glimpse of miniature ponies, up-and-coming celebrities and even their own relatives.
In 2003 more than 4,000 people attended the parade, which traveled along one of the city's main arteries that serves as a border between the eastern Muslim section of the city and Jewish West Jerusalem.
Le Croix said she began trying to arrange an appearance after reading a newspaper article about the parade plans.
The Antelope Valley Operation Welcome Home parade is scheduled to start at 9 a.
Becky Herrera, owner of CheerForce, an all-star competitive cheer program in Simi Valley, is also gearing up for the parade with her students, who come from Ojai to Pasadena and range in age from 3 to 31.