explained that the first alternative is broader than the Uniformity Committee's proposal and the second alternative.
We do exist, all of us here, and we exist in good part because of Lewis and Clark and, yes, little Pomp
, who innocently linked Native America and Europe and civilization and wilderness, and who, throughout his life, seemed to display an optimistic appetite for whatever would come next.
Lahore [Pakistan], Jan 22 ( ANI ): Even as Basant Panchmi, the festival marking the onset of spring, is celebrated with great pomp
and show, the occasion remains lackluster in Pakistan.
Crowds gathered at Victoria Park to watch the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, led by conductor Vasily Petrenko, perform some proms favourites including Jerusalem, Rule Britannia and Elgar's Pomp
and Circumstance march.
I hope that the crowds flock to his match to see a master of his art at work, perhaps not in his pomp
, but still able to show his range of shots supported by one of the best, coolest temperaments in sport.
And, of course, it wouldn't be complete without Elgar's Pomp
They carry the emotion of a slightly pompous Cure, the drama of a slightly pompous Waterboys, the swagger of a slightly pompous Specials and the pomp
of a slightly pompous Spiritualized.
THE "NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND" ACT CELEBRATED ITS fourth anniversary in January with only minor pomp
as President Bush starred in a lackluster photo-op at a Maryland public school.
Rudyard Kipling, the bard of Imperial Britain during the 19th century, marked the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897 with a poem that reflected on the ephemeral character of empire: Far-called, our navies melt away; On dune and headland sinks the fire: Lo, all our pomp
of yesterday / Is one with Nineveh and Tyre
A rousing extravaganza of musical pomp
and circumstance is set to stir the city as the Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra announces the Summer Prom and an opportunity to win of the 20 pairs of tickets to the concert on July 7.
Every summer across the country there are Renaissance Fairs and medieval events reenacted for men and women who enjoy the pomp
, life styles, music, foods, and battles associated with the Middle Ages.
Synod wrapped up with an appropriate measure of pomp
Tchaikovsky was so successful in telling a story musically and conjuring up characters through the themes in the music--from the magical atmosphere of the lake to the brassy pomp
of the royal court," he says.
The orchestra will play well-known favourites such as the William Tell Overture and Pomp