You simply replaced the pomp and ceremony of hereditary monarchy and with the pomp and ceremony of elected monarchy.
“During more affluent times, we could afford to bury this kind of conflict,” pomp explains.
With pomp and poignancy, Britain buried its longest-serving prime minister of the 20th century.
Some of that has to do with the pomp that comes with being president.
We still seem driven by hype, by illusory health scares and benefits, by pomp, by the new and trendy, than by taste.
Being hymns of joy, they called forth all the ceremony and spectacle of ecclesiastical 532 / 472 pomp.
He invested the ceremony with all the pomp he could command.
He had seen Ninus in pride and pomp of warlike power, Pharaoh dazzling in the blaze of his golden throne.
His eyes were full of mischief, for Theodora's tone matched the pomp of her words.
After centuries of pomp and power, the great East India Company had been deprived of its last exclusive rights afloat in 1833.
c.1300, from Old French pompe "pomp, magnificence" (13c.) and directly from Latin pompa "procession, pomp," from Greek pompe "solemn procession, display," literally "a sending," from pempein "to send." In Church Latin, used in deprecatory sense for "worldly display, vain show."
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