The elaborate world of children's pageantry can be a strange one indeed to the outsider.
But recently, news broke of a woman who claimed to be blowing the lid off a "dirty little secret" of pageantry.
Even though it was Ronald Reagan coming through the door, I loved the pageantry.
Even the hot Jewish women I mentioned above did something a bit more “intellectual” than pageantry: acting.
Cannons were fired, brass bands played, and American-inspired pomp and pageantry abounded.
We choose our own colors and there is little of pageantry or show.
He began the battle with all the solemnity and pageantry of a hero of romance.
How doleful, trist, and plangorous would such a sight and pageantry prove unto them?
But pleasure, pomp, and pageantry were not the sole uses of these guilds in olden days.
"Let them worship their old emperor," say some, largely those with a love of pageantry in their unconscious.