1 And she had three great crowns on her head, and around her stood all the pomp and power of the Church.
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2 And Snowdrop consented, and went home with the prince; and everything was got ready with great pomp and splendour for their wedding.
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3 Then the wedding was held with great pomp, but as the train came from the church, and passed with the torches before the hall, a very small ray of light fell upon the prince.
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4 Everything was ready, and all the pomp and brightness of the court was there.
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5 There, after a few days, if you like, the civil marriage shall be celebrated without pomp or ceremony.
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6 In June she married Tom Buchanan of Chicago with more pomp and circumstance than Louisville ever knew before.
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7 Vanity, it may be, chose to mortify itself, by putting on, for ceremonials of pomp and state, the garments that had been wrought by her sinful hands.
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8 Some of them, indeed, by their services in the Low Countries and on other fields of European warfare, had fairly won their title to assume the name and pomp of soldiership.
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9 Mr. Bumble had quite dignity enough for two; supposing even that the stranger had been more familiar: so he drank his gin-and-water in silence, and read the paper with great show of pomp and circumstance.
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10 You may possibly remember that you chaffed me a little, some hours ago, when the sun seemed on your side of the hedge, so you must not grudge me a little pomp and ceremony now.
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11 If on the other hand you hear of his death, come home at once, celebrate his funeral rites with all due pomp, build a barrow to his memory, and make your mother marry again.
12 And upon coming to the north, I expected to meet with a rough, hard-handed, and uncultivated population, living in the most Spartan-like simplicity, knowing nothing of the ease, luxury, pomp, and grandeur of southern slaveholders.
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13 Though Balashev was used to imperial pomp, he was amazed at the luxury and magnificence of Napoleon's court.
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14 So that we may say that Paris's great prodigality, its wonderful festival, its Beaujon folly, its orgy, its stream of gold from full hands, its pomp, its luxury, its magnificence, is its sewer system.
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15 In the religious ceremonies of the ancients neither pomp nor splendour were wanting; but to these was joined the ordinance of sacrifice, giving occasion to much bloodshed and cruelty.
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