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“The Circumstances in which I saw her, were, it seems, the Disguises only of a broken Heart, and a kind of Pageantry to cover Distress; for in two Months after, she was carried to her Grave with the same Pomp and Magnificence: being sent thither partly by the Loss of one Lover, and partly by the”
“a broken Heart, and a kind of Pageantry to cover Distress; for in two”
“Pageantry, he said, is something the congregation wants.”
“Mario Merz: Pageantry of Painting" explores a lesser-known period of Merz's career in the late 1970s and '80s, when he introduced figurative painting into his cabinet of curiosities.”
“Recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship and National Endowment for the Arts awards, she has written extensively about dance in articles and three books (Dance for Export: Cultural Diplomacy and the Cold War, 1998; Dancing in the Sun: Hollywood Choreographers 1915 – 1937, UMI Research Press, 1987; American Pageantry, A Movement for Art and Democracy, UMI, 1990).”
“Go to this link, and scroll through the list and look for "Opening Ceremony Act I: Pageantry”
“Pageantry like some ridiculous game show churns along stronger than ever, where the likes of Mitt Romney spend $1000 per vote in straw polls.”
“The Right Pageantry by Peter Dearman on Saturday, May 19, 2007 at 5: 30: 56 AM”
“Pageantry, pomp, ceremony, protocol, it all goes with this sort of visit, and for one simple reason.”
“Pageantry and parade rhetoric aside, this is an institution that dehumanizes not only "the enemy" but, all too often, its own children.”
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