torchlight procession


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torchlight procession

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It was a regular torchlight procession. Irish, Germans, French, Scotch, all the heterogeneous units which make up the population of Maryland shouted in their respective vernaculars; and the "vivas," "hurrahs," and "bravos" were intermingled in inexpressible enthusiasm.
Why, we could work with a torchlight procession if we wanted to, I believe.
- And I've always noticed this peculiarity about a dead barkeeper - he not only expects all hands to turn out when he arrives, but he expects to be received with a torchlight procession."
Whig and Tory alike joined in mourning, and as the torchlight procession wound slowly through the dim isles, the organ played and the choir sang a funeral hymn.
A triumph like a torchlight procession, with torchlights that might have been firebrands.
The chairman was still more worried when the monster torchlight procession came off, with the members of the Doyle Republican Association all in red capes and hats, and free beer for every voter in the ward--the best beer ever given away in a political campaign, as the whole electorate testified.
The town of Dudelange hosts a torchlight procession, and the castle at Wiltz hosts a fete in the courtyard.
There will also be an events toolkit offering detailed advice on how to plan, organise and promote their own - as well as a series of public surgeries run by the council events team Paisley's festive events programme is being boosted with a series of special events to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Glen Cinema disaster, including a torchlight procession featuring local schoolchildren and community groups.
The winners will join one of the world's leading thriller writers, David Baldacci, at the head of the annual torchlight procession down to the Albert Halls.
A half-mile torchlight procession took place along the street where Abbie was hit, as mourners demanded safer streets in the wake of her death.
With the biggest packed programme of Scottish and international artists for the contemporary celebration of the bard's birthday planned to date, the usual torchlight procession of performers, schoolchildren, youth organisations and community groups is being put on a back burner but will return in 2020.
This was followed by a torchlight procession to Jerusalem, arriving at the Church of the Resurrection at dawn.