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- v. Present participle of cavalcade.
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"cavalcading" leisurely along York Place, that most enchanting old sweetheart of mine, Baron Hume, came out of a house.
At eleven in the morning of that Royal-Hunt day, 19th of November 1787, unexpected blare of trumpetting, tumult of charioteering and cavalcading disturbs the
Young Bouille, awakening relays and hussars: triumphant entry, with cavalcading high-brandishing Escort, and Escorts, into Montmedi; and the whole course of French History different!
As it turns out, thousands of Icelanders and other tourists were like-minded that night, and my four-wheel drive took its place among the cars and buses cavalcading through Iceland's
Out of the Shadows is another uber-STRATOVARIUS song - an eerie, European melody maximized in a synth during the intro, followed by a cavalcading, but (comparably) lighter riffing and mysterious, ethereal lyrics.
A cavalcading Leviathan bass-guitar composite (Behm and Tolkki finally finding their way together) shows proceedings closer to MALMSTEEN's instrumental sagas, self-important entities built around a volcanic rhythm and adorned by virtuosity and egotrips (Tolkki outbursts).
So he abated her maidenhead and had of her amorous delight and there was knitted between them a love-bond which might never know breach nor severance. 479 He rained upon her cheeks kisses like the falling of pebbles into water, and struck with stroke upon stroke, like the thrusting of spears in battle brunt; for that Nur al-Din still yearned after clipping of necks and sucking of lips and letting down of tress and pressing of waist and biting of cheek and cavalcading on breast with Cairene buckings and Yamani wrigglings and Abyssinian sobbings and Hindí pamoisons and Nubian lasciviousness and Rífí leg-liftings480 and Damiettan moanings and