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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

    Spectator, March 17, 1711

  • a broken Heart, and a kind of Pageantry to cover Distress; for in two

    The Spectator, Volume 1 Eighteenth-Century Periodical Essays

  • Pageantry, he said, is something the congregation wants.

    Crystal Cathedral's Cracks Show in Bankruptcy Filing

  • "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.

    In Turin, Merz's Weird and Wonderful Numbers and Materials

  • 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).

    Dance Performance in the United States.

  • Go to this link, and scroll through the list and look for "Opening Ceremony Act I: Pageantry"

    YouTube yanks Olympics Opening Ceremony video -- The Live Feed | THR

  • 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 Power, But Not The Sense?

  • The Right Pageantry by Peter Dearman on Saturday, May 19, 2007 at 5: 30: 56 AM

    Words Matter

  • Pageantry, pomp, ceremony, protocol, it all goes with this sort of visit, and for one simple reason.

    CNN Transcript May 3, 2007

  • Pageantry and parade rhetoric aside, this is an institution that dehumanizes not only "the enemy" but, all too often, its own children.

    Blood Fatigue


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