grand marshal

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grand′ mar′shal

marshal (def. 4).
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At six in the evening, Kutuzov went to the Emperor's headquarters and after staying but a short time with the Tsar went to see the grand marshal of the court, Count Tolstoy.
"Yes, yes, I understand," said Danglars, and then in a low tone, he added, "To Paris, no doubt to deliver the letter which the grand marshal gave him.
ENPNewswire-August 14, 2019--Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade Announces Bret Michaels as 2019 Grand Marshal
Around 30,000 spectators watched the Scottish comedian perform the role of Grand Marshal.
The comedy legend was cheered on by 30,000 people who turned up to watch him in his role as Grand Marshal.
Acting as Grand Marshal of the New York City Tartan Day Parade, Sir Billy said: "I've absolutely loved being Grand Marshal of this year's New York City Tartan Day Parade.
In Cork, parade Grand Marshal Rob Heffernan told yesterday how he attended Paddy's Day celebrations as a child - but was too small to see most of the action.
The Scots comedian has been chosen as grand marshal of the event - which showcases Scotland to people in the Big Apple - on Saturday, April 6.
The one above that, Grand Marshal VIP Pass, includes access to a standing-room-only area at the front of the festival's three biggest stages - Acura Stage, Gentilly Stage and the Congo Square Stage - on top of giving fans entrance to private restrooms and the Grand Marshal Hospitality Tent.
On the brink of her first new album in a decade, and, on New Year's Day, serving as grand marshal at the Rose Parade, Chaka Khan is in bloom again.