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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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They have also become a status symbol, a parader of wealth, with women waiting for months just to get their hands on the hot bag of the moment.
A noter que les deux Corees ont fait parader leurs delegations sous la banniere de la reunification lors de la ceremonie des Jeux Olympiques d'hiver de Pyeongchang, a a peine80 km de la ligne scindant les deux Corees.
It was a far cry from his first journalistic job editing a local church newspaper, The Parader. The paper which covered life in and around Leeds' South Parade Baptist Church was remodelled by John to be more like the Daily Express and he brought in catchy headlines.
r The Cardiffr Mardir Grasr eventv sawa thousands turn out to see a parader throughr the city,y beforfe ra concert at the stadium headlined by soul singer Beve e rley Knight.
Crayford's 'magnificent seven' - back row (left to right): Diane Buckingham (parader), Gill Keys (tote supervisor), Cynthia Taylor (tote supervisor) and Pam Parker (betting operator).
Dave Barfoot (track manager), Diane Buckingham (parader), Val Philpott (cleaning supervisor), three tote ladies Gill Keys, Pam Parker and Cynthia Taylor, plus Diana Illingworth, marketing and PR manager are all expected to be on duty tonight.
Trainer Kelly Macari sports a red parader's coat as she holds the winner
John Johnson presents the trophy to Mark Benham, kennelhand to Steve Gammon, trainer of Corbally Bound, who was led round by regular parader Paul Spinks (left)
Sponsor Savva Roberts (left) with trainer Harry Williams' assistant Leeanne Betteridge, parader Laura Baker and connections of Boherbradda Mac after the veteran's victory at Pelaw Grange on Saturday
(r to l) Next is his wife Rachel, trainer Steve Race, parader Alan Davison and assistant trainer Tony Race
If Newport beat Caerphilly at Rodney Parader and Neath lose to Cardiff, the Black and Ambers will be crowned champions.