parade in front of

parade someone or something in front of someone or something

to exhibit someone or something in front of someone or something, as if in a parade. One by one, the teacher paraded the honor students in front of the parents. The sheriff paraded the suspects in front of the camera. The sheriff paraded the suspects in front of the victim.
See also: front, of, parade
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The son of Montjeu must survive not only the fanfare played as the horses leave the parade ring but also the parade in front of the packed stands and the hubbub from the huge crowd on the Downs without boiling over.
Other troupe favorites include the Gypsies Troupe, the Traditional Indians, the Clowns, and Hugga Bunch, who boldly parade in front of fans and judges in a blaze of vivid color and dance patterns.
Our (sousaphones) are about 25 to 30 years old now and since we're marching in the Rose Parade in front of about a billion people we decided to try and buy some new ones,'' said Terry McCallum, a band booster and coordinator of the effort, as he supervised the work along Olsen Road.