The Miss America Organization is thrilled to partner with Pageantry
and pomp, the monarch formally opened the new parliamentary session Tuesday by outlining the new government's austere plans, the Associated Press reported.
Everyone involved -- from all of the directors, marching band, drum-line pageantry
-- everyone has been extremely dedicated since the start of the summer,'' Turner said.
Indeed, the implicit and at times explicit competition between them as to which one of them embodied the ultimate model of princely exemplarity, led them to considerable investment in self-promotion, either through pageantry
, spectacle, or art.
Barnes structures the pageantry
around the seven Kwanzaa principles--unity, self-determination, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity, collective work, and faith.
Despite the occasional hint of the classical ideal or the grand pageantry
of nature, no one here is too pretty; the critters, often culled from the less glamorous corners of the animal kingdom (goats, chickens, crows, bottom-feeding fish), tend to be scrappy, while the humans are consistent only in their deviation from norms of beauty, grace, and perfection (middle-aged, pudgy, oddly proportioned and seemingly exposed, more naked than nude).
My aim is to make it more relevant while retaining an element of pageantry
Housekeepers accustomed to Versace-style bouquets of haute-florist orchids and roses would eventually sweep away the plain tributes, but they were touching signs of the real humanity that can, in the hands of a genuine genius, connect fashion and culture, magnificent pageantry
, glamorous runways, and mundane lives.
The argument she presents is that religious processions and pageantry
in the late nineteenth century served to galvanize popular allegiance to a new sense of civic identity based on the resurgence of Catalan culture.
39) Perhaps it is not a coincidence, therefore, that the same years witnessed the reemergence of the Lord Mayor's Show, a dazzling civic procession steeped in ritual and pageantry
, as an event of |legitimation' - an event whose purpose it was to legitimize the status quo by attempting to identify the public's interests with those of the City of London.
The exaggerated seaport barroom drag-show pageantry
and antics in 1972's Pink Flamingos, mixed with classic '50s rock-and-roll kitsch classics such as "The Girl Can't Help It," pushed audiences of the early '70s close to riot.
But just as Die Meistersinger later became a favorite of Hitler's, so the city's second florescence was as the capital of Nazi pageantry