As the remnants of the French regiments, engaged in the Malakoff, marched in the morning to their camps, the second division was drawn up on parade.
Faulkner personally knew Grimm, McElfresh and a number of others who marched in the parade.
Through this vast array of works which the reception committee had designed for their slaughter, the Germans came marching in as if on dress parade.
It was not that Joe Strong felt above appearing in the parade.
Unlike so many of those around him, who would spend on a single pretending and comfortless entertainment, in which the ostentatious folly of one contended with the ostentatious folly of another a sum that, properly directed, would introduce order and system into a family for a twelvemonth, by commanding the time and knowledge of those whose study they had been, and who would be willing to devote themselves to such objects, and then permit their wives and daughters to return to the drudgery to which the sex seems doomed in this country, he first bethought him of the wants of social life before he aspired to its parade.
Chariots, cages, vehicles holding tent paraphernalia, a calliope, ticket wagons, horses, mules, ponies, seemed in endless parade.
~Perhaps the men will find me fair!~ Charming and charmed, flippant, arrayed, Fluttered and foolish, proud, displayed, Infinite pathos of parade!
He was still a tad disgruntled about being used as a work-horse, but he allowed this feeling to be repressed in favor of the pomp and circumstance of the parade.
Kabumpo agreed to this only because he respected Dorothy and because he enjoyed parades.
Cassius M. Clay was the speaker, and after the meeting was escorted to the Allyn House by a torch-light parade.
He was answered with a cheer, and the lines advanced across the plain steady and unbroken, as though on parade.
And the next day they rode on the elephant's back, and also on a camel's and they went in the big parade.
Illness.--Every morning 300-400 prisoners come on sick parade.
We got downtown, to a wide street, and there was a fire alarm ahead, or something, and the procession stopped, and the manager and chief of police disappeared, and there was a wagon load of green corn stalks right beside the lead team, which a farmer was taking to a silo, but he had stopped his team to see the parade.
Five on parade.
Could not the man have fallen into the subject without this parade?
But they make no parade.
The band on parade.
Their accomplices in guilt stood aghast at this new order of things, and, foreseeing their fate, either bolted, reformed, or fell victims to it, and Havana became as quiet and orderly as a church-parade.
The love parade.
It was fully a week before the Caribees were installed ready for Sunday inspection, as no exigency was permitted to interfere with morning and afternoon drill, guard-mount, and parade.
The love parade.
The men stood their ground as if on dress parade.
The Athenians sent some ships of war to bring him home from Euboea, with a present of a silver-footed litter; and in this, clothed in purple, and with a fine ring on his finger, which he had got probably from his friend Mithridates, he came back to Athens with much parade.
He was simple in dress, and only on rare occasions did he indulge in parade.
I remember when that green Witch appeared at the parade.
When five days later a yet more stupendous though quieter thing occurred, the tidings reached Kincaid's Battery only on the afternoon of the next one in fair time to be read at the close of dress parade.
Thus far we learnt from the Major, and Vicars, whose duties as Adjutant required his presence at the barracks at once, donned his uniform, and, mounting his horse, rode in all haste to give directions for the general parade.
The drums beat the advance, and the army swept forward as though on parade.
Their air and dress asserted the parade.
The Starmen were the subjects of many award ceremonies, dinners and receptions, interviews, and parades.
There had never been a plot laid to murder anybody, nor to shoot anybody in any parade.
For five miles outside Rheims they lined both edges of that road like people waiting for a circus parade.
Charlie Chaplin's parade.
A workingman, John Patterson, had come down town on Armistice Day with his three small children to watch the parade.
On reaching home, after satisfying myself at the Station Hospital that the man was dead, I said to my poor, pale and red-eyed wife:-- "Dolores, Sergeant Burker met with an accident this morning on parade.
Billy Blow was making up for the morning parade.
We condense the following account of the origin of the "Wide Awakes" from memoranda kindly furnished us by William P. Fuller, one of the editors of the Hartford "Courant" in 1860, Major J.C. Kinney, at present connected with the paper, and General Joseph R. Hawley, the principal editor, now United States Senator from Connecticut, and who in 1860 marched in the ranks in the first "Wide Awake" parades.
answered she, while her face lighted up with eager interest, which she did not care to conceal, perhaps chose, in her woman's love of tormenting, to parade.
The Minister's own room is probably on the first floor--perhaps looking into Whitehall, perhaps into the Foreign Office Square, perhaps on to the Horse Guards Parade.
Three nights in each week they have music in the plaza, in front of the governor's palace, by the bands of four different regiments, who collect there after the evening parade.
But Arminius was far too sage a commander to lead on his followers, with their unwieldy broadswords and inefficient defensive armor, against the Roman legionaries, fully armed with helmet, cuirass, greaves, and shield, who were skilled to commence the conflict with a murderous volley of heavy javelins hurled upon the foe when a few yards distant, and then, with their short cut-and-thrust swords, to hew their way through all opposition, preserving the utmost steadiness and coolness, and obeying each word of command in the midst of strife and slaughter with the same precision and alertness as if upon parade.
The dead lay in heaps in front of them and almost filled the ditch around the breastworks, but the command though terribly cut to pieces was forming as cooly as if on dress parade.
In their well-appointed quarters in Nome, with each dog in his own stall, revenge was out of the question; and when in harness, or out with Matt for exercise, there was as little chance for settling a grievance as there would be with soldiers on parade.
We were not waked by bugle notes No cheer our dreams invaded, And yet, at dawn, their yellow coats On the green slopes paraded.
It was actually filled with some fermented sucopinesz juice that a family of wombats had hidden there for consumption after the parade.
The three great hooligans trembled all over, clicked their heels and stepped off the mark as punctiliously as though on the Tempelhofer Feld at the Spring Parade.
There came the Circus Cotton-Tails on parade!
They are men not far from sixty, wearing their army uniforms, carrying the muskets they used in the parade.
was heard, and at his presence men grew steady as on parade.