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motorcade

a parade of cars or other motor vehicles
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[I never imagined that I will only serve for a second term because in all the motorcades we had during the campaign Manilenos gave me a very warm welcome.
MMDA EDSA Traffic Manager Bong Nebrija said launching motorcades at main thoroughfares should be avoided, even on weekends.
Church officials in Manila asked the candidates not to make noise near churches during their motorcades. In Makati, incumbent Mayor Abigal Binay led the proclamation rally of her team with her father, fomer vice president Jejomar Binay, along Lawton Avenue yesterday afternoon.
At the same time, Albayalde reminded political parties and their candidates to observe road safety protocol and courtesy when holding campaign motorcades and convoys along national highways and main thoroughfares to prevent accidents and unnecessary inconvenience to other motorists.
But the actual distance was just 250 yards -- a route Trump and his wife Melania traveled in the presidential parade limousine, with a motorcade of at least seven other vehicles.
Motorcade of country's leadership can move in the city with the speed of 90-100 km per hour, said chief of the main road safety directorate Kanat Jumagaziyev in response to the question asked during the parliament session on June 13.
Summary: Series of events including motorcade, job fair, medical mission, cultural activities and competitions to be held
Johor Police Chief Datuk Mohd Khalil Kader Mohd warned those who planned to organise motorcycle motorcades in support of political parties tomorrow to refrain from doing so.
In PM Narendra Modi's home state of Gujarat, the motorcade of Union minister Parshottam Khodabhai Rupala was in itself sufficient to draw public attention to his elitist status.
Syrian rebels said on Thursday they targeted President Bashar al-Assad's motorcade heading to a Damascus mosque to mark the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, but state television showed him unharmed and the government denied he had been attacked.
Commenting about the incident Charbel said, "Absolutely the motorcade is divided into several motorcades.
A handbook distributed to police updates the guidelines for motorcades and other public appearances by Thailand's royal family.