For better or worse, Ahmadinejad has always been able to take a public speech and turn it into a spectacle.
The picture turned his private assignation into a spectacle for all the world—and his wife—to see.
A few C-listers were on hand to witness the spectacle, like High Pitched Erik, a sometime-Howard Stern personality.
Observer Editor Kyle Pope, presiding over the spectacle, got right to the point.
If they are successful, it will leave a legacy that will last longer than the spectacle itself.
Never was a spectacle of a like nature, more awful yet more magnificent, beheld.
Some spectacle now drew the attention of the crowd another way.
I spoke of this spectacle in my short article in the Century.
Who would not wish to come to sea to witness such a spectacle as this?
Being hymns of joy, they called forth all the ceremony and spectacle of ecclesiastical 532 / 472 pomp.
mid-14c., "specially prepared or arranged display," from Old French spectacle, from Latin spectaculum "a show, spectacle," from spectare "to view, watch," frequentative form of specere "to look at," from PIE *spek- "to observe" (see scope (n.1)).