American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A procession or parade, especially of troops being reviewed.
“Cosima presided over a brownshirt march-past, giving the Nazi movement cultural legitimacy before her death in April 1930.”
“The parade will conclude around mid-day with a march-past of the Regiments, and a roll-past of the vehicles as they move east along Wellington Street and continue past the National War Memorial and conclude at the Cartier Square Drill Hall for a post-parade reception.”
“The band of the Royal 22eme Regiment lead the march-past for the Governor General.”
“His speech - which was delivered prior to an armed march-past reminiscent of the cold war - said Iran 'has to be equipped with the latest technologies, recognise the enemy and constantly be vigilant'.”
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“Mbeki, accompanied by his wife, Zanele, several ministers and about 30 South African businessmen, received a 21-gun salute and a military march-past after his arrival.”
“Majesty hopes, when the march-past is over, to receive a march-up of fair ladies.”
“Major Tony Deane Drummond, from Stratford-upon-Avon, watched the march-past.”
“In unison the heads of the troops snapped in her direction, and for one astonishing minute she endured a march-past of the most comical and grotesque antics and expressions devisable by man.”
“An Indian infantry regiment approached for the march-past.”
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