By the time we arrived, it was the last five minutes of the ceremony.
The ceremony, which is scheduled for September 20, will be held in Venice.
At this point, the ceremony was itself as respectful as any of the families could have desired.
At the ceremony and afterward I got to thinking about the Underground Railroad.
When he is awarded Player of the Match while competing for India in England, he is given champagne at the ceremony.
He is convinced that, but for the ceremony, he would have been seriously injured.
His dress of ceremony was black, with a tie-wig and a little sword.
Do not cut me, for I have come to invite you to the ceremony which Dumalawi and his wife are to make.
Civilized people do the same when they wear robes of office or ceremony.
In this way they had finished the ceremony of exposing him, and taken their final leave of him.
late 14c., cerymonye, from Old French ceremonie and directly from Medieval Latin ceremonia, from Latin caerimonia "holiness, sacredness; awe; reverent rite, sacred ceremony," an obscure word, possibly of Etruscan origin, or a reference to the ancient rites performed by the Etruscan pontiffs at Caere, near Rome. Introduced in English by Wyclif.