For example, coming by the house of a country gentleman, as Father Simon called him, about ten leagues off the city of Nankin, we had first of all the honour to ride with the master of the house about two miles; the state he rode in was a perfect Don Quixotism, being a mixture of pomp and poverty.
Leaving the poor wretch to please himself with our looking at him, as if we admired his idle pomp, we pursued our journey.
The farce then closed, to be repeated again with every change of the watches, and embellished with new and still more extravagant inventions of pomp
Moved by a common impulse, they rose to their feet and fled from POMP
It was ye, ye wisest ones, who put such guests in this boat, and gave them pomp
and proud names--ye and your ruling Will!
A second hearse, decked with the same funereal pomp, was brought to M.
There, after a few days, if you like, the civil marriage shall be celebrated without pomp or ceremony.
Gulf News photographer Ahmad Ramzan takes a walk around Heart of Sharjah, a five-stage project slated for completion in 2025 that looks to restore the old town of Sharjah to its 1950s pomp
On the other hand there is a huge pomp
and show in the election campaign and processions of Pakistan Tehreek Insaf and Pakistan Peoples Party, worker were busy in inauguration of new election office in different union councils of Islamabad and convincing their friends and other party workers to join, a number of PML (N) worker now supporting other parties.
Regarding the pomp
, I imagine there would have to be some sort of a carriage procession through Windsor," he said at the time.
BRITAIN'S biggest indoor military tattoo, with more than 1,000 performers, returns to Birmingham's NIA, bringing together marching bands, exciting displays and culminating in the spectacular Grand Finale featuring all the performers in a spectacle of pomp
IT'S that time of the year to dig out your Union Flags and get bobbing to Pomp