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recessional

a hymn sung as the clergy and choir withdraw from the chancel at the conclusion of a church service
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Recessional seems a repetition of the phrase "Lest we forget" at the end of each of the first four stanzas.
The graduating students symbolically leave the University in the traditional recessional parade where they exit through the Arch.
The recessional will also feature the song "Amen/This Little Light of Mine" by Etta James, and it will be sung by Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir.
The Prince Of Wales And The Lady Diana Spencer, the live recorded Vinyl LP edition came in an album of gorgeous photographs of the pair and featured the entire service from the arrival of the bride who marched to Henry Purcell's Trumpet Tributary to the recessional of the bride and bridegroom to the tune of Edward Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance Op.39 No.
DOWN: 1 Karaoke 2 Colander 3 Shoe 4 Inner ear 5 Elan 6 Index 8 Recessional 13 Minority 14 Springer 15 Atheist 18 Intro 20 Nest 21 Meal.
And, as the newly wed are about to step out of the church, these coordinators distribute devices from which glitters and confetti would burst, turning the ordinary recessional into a ticker tape parade.
Franchised businesses have weathered the recessional storm extremely well, which is hardly surprising when we consider how easy it is to quickly recall five popular franchises when asked.
A recording of The Beatles' The Long and Winding Road will be played as recessional music at the end of the service.
Recessional Music The Long And Winding Road (The Beatles)
16) incorrectly converted the recessional velocity of 10,000 km/s to a distance of 130 million light-years; it's 130 million parsecs (1 parsec = 3.26 light-years).
It has since become one of the composer's best-loved marches and was performed at the coronation of the current queen in 1953 and again, as a recessional piece, at the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in 2011.
For the prelude, processional, and recessional, respectively, they played, Bruno Mars's "Just The Way You Are," The Lumineers' "Ho Hey," and Florence and the Machine's "You've Got the Love."