motorcade


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motorcade

a parade of cars or other motor vehicles
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'Hindi ko po inaakalang hanggang second term lang ako dahil in all the motorcades we had during the campaign napakainit ng pagsalubong ng Manilenyo sa akin.
Meanwhile, firefighters from the San Juan City Bureau of Fire Protection took a break from fighting the fiery blaze and doused San Juanenos with water during the motorcade and at the City Hall grounds.
Local media reported that a man was arrested after he drove his car into Hun Sen's motorcade en route to Phnom Penh International Airport, where he was scheduled to depart for an official visit to Hungary from June 13 to 15.
Quezon City residents came out on the streets, cheered and waved back at him during the motorcade. "Sobrang init nang pagtanggap ng tao kahit saang eskinita kami pumasok dito sa Quezon City.
Local media reports suggest that the pedestrian is a protester and he approached the motorcade, with the situation escalating as a Secret Service agent intervened, Sputnik reported.
Owuor's motorcade caused a massive gridlock along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway with transport being paralysed for hours.
Last week, the motorcade began its journey from the Afghan city of Herat.
The need for the motorcade, however, prompted questions, and a healthy dose of speculation, about why the Trumps were unable -- or unwilling -- to simply walk across the street.
The motorcade was travelling along the Champs Elysees in the heart of the French capital when the half-naked woman approached the vehicles.
The minibus hit into the motorcade of President Rahmon.
After which another motorcade comprising 27 vehicles appeared including an armoured vehicle having number plate 'GAC-56', which was probably the one carrying the man, who served thrice as the prime minister of the country, and his daughter.
On the other hand, police are carried out raids to apprehend miscreants who pelted stones at Bilawal's motorcade and resorted to vandalism.