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Word: cavalcade

Definition: procession of riders or horse-drawn carriages; parade; CF. cavalry


Sentences Containing 'cavalcade'

Cavalcade of Lights in Nathan Phillips Square included a special Holiday Moose on the Square, presented by Labatt Blue.
Herman Samuel Fuchs (10 December 1900 – November 1967) was a violinist who provided music for the Frank Buck movie "Jungle Cavalcade".
In 1804 he was responsible for organizing the cavalcade that started out from the Coutts family mansion at 78 Piccadilly.
In 1941, Fuchs, together with Nathaniel Shilkret, composed music for the Frank Buck movie "Jungle Cavalcade".
In addition to the film shorts listed above, the following Pal film shorts are also included in the 2000 DVD edition and the 2013 blu-ray edition of The Puppetoon Movie: What Ho She Bumps, Mr. Strauss Takes a Walk, Olio for Jasper, Philips Cavalcade, Jasper's Derby, Hoola Boola, Ether Symphony, Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, The Magic Atlas, Jasper and the Haunted House, The Philips Broadcast of 1938, and The Ship of the Ether.
It became a major participant in Thoroughbred horse racing and owned several Champions, including the U.S. Racing Hall of Fame horses, Cavalcade and Sword Dancer.
One year later the initial circuit of approximately was opened to the public, and the line was officially declared open by Pete Waterman on 14 July 2007, with a cavalcade of 36 locomotives.
Sullavan and Fonda play a newly married couple and the movie is a cavalcade of insults and quips.
The music playing at the garden party is the "Twentieth Century Blues", originally from Noël Coward's 1931 play "Cavalcade".
These include The Little Broadcast, The Philips Broadcast of 1938, Hoola Boola and South Sea Sweethearts, The Sleeping Beauty, Tulips Shall Grow, Together in the Weather, John Henry and the Inky Poo, Philips Cavalcade, Jasper in a Jam, and Tubby the Tuba.
They starred with other characters in DC's Columbia-licensed funny animal anthology "Real Screen Comics" (first issue titled "Real Screen Funnies") beginning in 1945, then did likewise when DC converted the superhero title "Comic Cavalcade" to a funny-animal series in 1948.
Until the 1954 demise of "Comic Cavalcade", Fox and Crow were cover-featured on three DC titles.

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