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parade

Sport a parry in fencing

parade

of finery; most notable ones in New York and Atlantic City on Easter Sunday. [Pop. Culture: Misc.]
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PARADE

PARallel Applicative Database Engine. A project at Glasgow University to construct a transaction-processor in the parallel functional programming language Haskell to run on an ICL EDS+ database machine.
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Neil McEvoy, deputy leader for Cardiff council, said: "It's a huge boost that Gary will be joining the parade, as a proud Welshman and manager of Wales he will prove very popular with the paraders and those cheering on the parade.
Many of our paraders are a disgrace - they look like they've just come out of the labour exchange.
Carnival kicks in with mud, oil and grease-covered paraders on Monday morning around 4 a.
45pm and also of the requirement for paraders to wear black trousers and shoes.
Set in Blackwood Town centre and its outskirts the event is rapidly increasing attracting more and more visitors, stall holders, paraders, entertainers and local community organisations and businesses.
Like the Rodney Paraders and the Stradey Parkers, they are prepared to accept the regional concept as long as their region is synonymous with their club.
Kennelhands, paraders, trainers, owners, trackstaff, racing staff, barstaff, fastfood staff, and management all came together and dug deep.
Mrs Pick was actively involved in village life, as a member of the neighbourhood watch and a committee member of the Llanharry Welsh Paraders Jazz Band, of which granddaughter Louise was a member.
Hove reminds trainers that paraders must have black trousers and shoes tonight.
Reunion of the Fochriw mini paraders jazz band, 7pm.