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motorcade

a parade of cars or other motor vehicles
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Islam Alloush of the Liwa al-Islam, another rebel brigade, told Reuters earlier on Thursday that rebels fired rockets which struck Assad's motorcade.
A female commando said she and her lady colleagues were assigned duties with the motorcade of Kharasan-e-Razdi (Iranian province) Governor Muhammad Jawad Mohammadi Zadey when he visited Lahore in January.
While they do not disclose the exact routes or the numbers of officers involved in the visitation of a president, a motorcade is a rare event.
Nevertheless, traffic experts say a motorcade does have an impact on traffic.
But the fact that the motorcade moves around makes the delays briefer than they would be with an accident.
The president's limousine was waiting, and scores of officers were ready to lead the motorcade east across the L.
Usually, when you see a motorcade, it's the president or the vice president,'' said CHP spokesman Tom Marshall.
The Secret Service, which protects the president, said it goes to great lengths to make sure the motorcade has as little effect as possible on commuters, especially in traffic-choked Los Angeles.
1 -- color) President Bush's motorcade races toward LAX on the 10 Freeway on Thursday morning, unbothered by other traffic.
Jaguar engineer Kyle Martin of Jaguar said: ''The XJ220 wasn't in the motorcade last year.