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  • n. Plural form of parade.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of parade.


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  • "The flag we're retiring and giving to the family has been in parades from the Iron Range to Albert Lea," said Karen Hanley of Minnesota Won't Forget.

    Bailey, John E.

  • Mr. Sinclair should know that the people, the chronic joiners, the men who march in parades wearing feather duster hats, tripping over tin swords or the hems of nightshirts, will never forgive a man who derides their foolishness.

    Greg Mitchell: Dispatches From Incredible 1934 Campaign: Irving Thalberg's Final 'Attack Ad' Sparks Riots

  • This fraud gave speeches and marched in parades for POWs.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Wore Dress uniform and medals in parades SINCE being thrown out of VFW.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • What these guys -- and reportedly thousands more who are being revealed as frauds through Defense Department records checks -- don't realize is that there's far more to being a vet than marching in parades wearing medals and unit citations.

    Media Coverage October

  • Retired chef Tom Cattell took part in parades across the country for nearly a decade dressed in the uniform and medals of the Parachute

    Media Coverage October

  • Ø Has two military jeeps he rides in parades in, decked out with his numerous medals while putting himself forth as Virginia's most decorated hero, and calls newspapers and encourages them to send out reporters to interview him


  • Their use at fiestas and for parades is common practice in Oaxaca, the tradition dating back perhaps 3,000 years, when permanent settlements were first established in the region.

    Manuel Reyes: sculptor, painter and renaissance man from Oaxaca's Mixteca Alta

  • Dancing with the stars in four days of parades is a great way to escape from the cold winter rain and snow of the northern states.

    Dancing with the Stars: Carnival on Cozumel

  • They bring out the calandrias and the Percheron horses, which are only used in parades, never in charreadas.

    Dia del Charro 2007


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