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LONGEST TACHI
ADMIRALS FUNERAL
CEREMONIAL MILITARY BAND
RITUALISTIC
CONSTITUTIONAL FUNCTIONS
CEREMONIAL LORD-LIEUTENANTS
COMMONWEALTH GAMES CEREMONIAL FLAG
IMPORTANT CEREMONIAL ROLE
AZTECS
CEREMONIAL IMPORTANCE
CEREMONIAL OFFICE
CEREMONIAL WEAPON
CEREMONIAL PROCESSIONS
CEREMONIAL COSTUME
NON-METROPOLITAN HOME COUNTY
ADMINISTRATIVE
CEREMONIAL RESIDENCE
CEREMONIAL BORDERS
CEREMONIAL SITES
CEREMONIAL DEGREE
CEREMONIAL MILITARY PARADES
CEREMONIAL CENTER
CEREMONIAL CLOTHING
CEREMONIAL BRIDGE
LIEUTENANCY
CEREMONIAL EVENTS
CEREMONIAL EVENT
CEREMONIAL FIGUREHEAD
CEREMONIAL ARMOR
PURELY CEREMONIAL
CEREMONIAL ROBES
CEREMONIAL START
CEREMONIAL MUSIC
CEREMONIAL LAW
CEREMONIAL DANCE
CEREMONIAL DANCES
CEREMONIAL FUNCTIONS
CEREMONIAL MACE
CEREMONIAL MAGIC
CEREMONIAL COUNTY
PRIOR
POSITION
ELECTION
NATURE
INFLUENCE
FOCUS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Ceremonial"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The ceremonial is a modern-day dress uniform.

Longest Tachi

  1. The longest tachi (considered a 15th century odachi) in existence is more than 3.7 meters in total length (2.2m blade) but believed to be ceremonial.

Admiral???s Funeral

  1. The ceremonial of the admiral’s funeral was conducted with the utmost pomp and magnificence.

Ceremonial Military Band

  1. The Military Ensemble Formally this is part of the Army Militia, and is the ceremonial military band of San Marino. (Web site)

Ritualistic

  1. This form of magic is very highly ritualistic and ceremonial with some elements believed to date back to the high rites of ancient Egypt.

Constitutional Functions

  1. In these countries the Governor General acts as the Monarch's representative, performing the ceremonial and constitutional functions of a Head of State. (Web site)

Ceremonial Lord-Lieutenants

  1. The lieutenancy areas of Scotland are the areas used for the ceremonial lord-lieutenants, the monarch 's representatives, in Scotland. (Web site)

Commonwealth Games Ceremonial Flag

  1. The opening of the Games is symbolised by the raising of the Commonwealth Games Ceremonial Flag.

Important Ceremonial Role

  1. Beyond constitutional functions, the Governor-General has an important ceremonial role.

Aztecs

  1. The Aztecs kept hummingbirds and other species in special extensive zoos in order to have a supply of feathers and pelts for ceremonial purposes.

Ceremonial Importance

  1. The largest of these tombs were clearly places of religious and ceremonial importance to the Neolithic population.

Ceremonial Office

  1. The president of Iceland is a largely ceremonial office that serves as a diplomat, figurehead and head of state.
  2. In a gracious eight-minute televised speech from his ceremonial office next to the White House, Mr. Gore said he had telephoned Gov.

Ceremonial Weapon

  1. The Tabar Zin shows characteristics of both, functional and ceremonial weapon.

Ceremonial Processions

  1. The distinction between the three degrees of Cardinals has little practical significance except in determining the order and rank for ceremonial processions. (Web site)

Ceremonial Costume

  1. Over time, the toga evolved from a national to a ceremonial costume.

Non-Metropolitan Home County

  1. Buckinghamshire (abbreviated Bucks) is a ceremonial and non-metropolitan home county in South East England. (Web site)

Administrative

  1. It is the largest "permanent" tactical unit in most corps, although it is only an administrative and ceremonial grouping of battalions in the infantry.

Ceremonial Residence

  1. It is the site of the Moscow Kremlin, which serves as the ceremonial residence of the President of Russia. (Web site)

Ceremonial Borders

  1. In 2003 the ceremonial borders were further adjusted, placing the entire of Caerphilly county borough in the ceremonial Gwent. (Web site)
  2. In 2003 the ceremonial borders were further adjusted, placing the entire Caerphilly county borough in the ceremonial county of Gwent.

Ceremonial Sites

  1. The first large-scale constructions were built, including settlement towers and walls (e.g., Jericho) and ceremonial sites (e.g., Stonehenge).

Ceremonial Degree

  1. However, it was maintained at least to a ceremonial degree until the very end of the Roman Empire.

Ceremonial Military Parades

  1. Today and traditionally, ceremonial military parades are held on the day, such as the one in Moscow on the Red Square.

Ceremonial Center

  1. Monk's Mound, the major ceremonial center of Cahokia, remains the largest earthen construction of the prehistoric New World. (Web site)
  2. The Clarendon Building in Oxford, England, stands in the ceremonial center of the University of Oxford, near the Bodleian Library and the Sheldonian Theatre.

Ceremonial Clothing

  1. Bray, James E. Half-length to left, portrait of man wearing item of ceremonial clothing [picture] Date(s) of creation: [ca.

Ceremonial Bridge

  1. Bridging A ceremony where Webelos Cub Scouts cross a ceremonial bridge to signify their transition from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts.

Lieutenancy

  1. This led to a resurrection of a distinction between administrative counties and the ceremonial or geographic counties used for Lieutenancy.
  2. Portsmouth remains part of the ceremonial county of Hampshire for purposes such as lieutenancy and shrievalty. (Web site)

Ceremonial Events

  1. The Opening Ceremony and all other ceremonial events were held in front of the finish area for the Alpine Skiing events.

Ceremonial Event

  1. For the closing of any ceremonial event is Kendari will be highlighted by the local "Modero Dance" performed by local men and women.
  2. Their primary duty is to march at the head of the battalion on all ceremonial event.

Ceremonial Figurehead

  1. Under Japan's present constitution, the emperor is a ceremonial figurehead in a constitutional monarchy (see Politics of Japan).
  2. As a ceremonial figurehead, he is defined by the constitution as "the symbol of the state and of the unity of the people".
  3. In short, they served as the real emperors and purveyors of power, behind the scenes, while the titular ruler was just a ceremonial figurehead.

Ceremonial Armor

  1. Cultural achievements The Kangxi Emperor in ceremonial armor, armed with bow and arrows, and surrounded by bodyguards. (Web site)

Purely Ceremonial

  1. Although the majority of the British Army performs both operational and ceremonial roles, there are some units that are purely ceremonial. (Web site)
  2. By convention, however, the monarch always grants the Royal Assent; therefore, the Sovereign's role with respect to approving bills is purely ceremonial.
  3. The Senate was turned into a club of old aristocratic families, and its approval of the acts of the emperor was purely ceremonial. (Web site)

Ceremonial Robes

  1. Kinsmen in ceremonial robes at the opening ceremony of the 1927 Althing, the Kibbo Kift annual general meeting.
  2. At age of eight, he received the Black Crown and ceremonial robes of the Karmapa then was accompanied by Tai Situpa on the long journey to Tsurphu. (Web site)
  3. The Mongols even wrapped silk thread with gold and wove sumptuous textiles of it for ceremonial robes, and such cloth-of-gold was an important trade item.

Ceremonial Start

  1. The Iditarod always begins on the first Saturday in March with a ceremonial start in down town Anchorage.

Ceremonial Music

  1. Shinto music is ceremonial music for Shinto (神道) which is the native religion of Japan. (Web site)
  2. Obtaining permission to return to England in 1712, Handel once again composed several operas as well as some ceremonial music for Queen Anne.

Ceremonial Law

  1. It demands a ritual ceremony for its removal, and the divine instruction is part of the ceremonial law with its rituals of cultic purpose and design.

Ceremonial Dance

  1. Post a question or answer questions about "Ceremonial dance" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)

Ceremonial Dances

  1. For other cultures the terms "ethnic dance" or "traditional dance" are sometimes used, although the latter terms may encompass ceremonial dances. (Web site)

Ceremonial Functions

  1. Queen Elizabeth II is head of state and is represented on the island by a governor general, an office with mostly ceremonial functions. (Web site)
  2. Gwent itself was abolished in 1996 but remains in use for ceremonial functions as a preserved county. (Web site)
  3. After the nation became a republic, the President of India continued to perform the same ceremonial functions. (Web site)

Ceremonial Mace

  1. As the Speaker became responsible to the House rather than the King, the power of the Crown was represented in the ceremonial mace. (Web site)
  2. Keith Martin, Member of Parliament for Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca, had seized the ceremonial mace from the Clerk's table.

Ceremonial Magic

  1. The Golden Dawn, with a smaller membership, was formed for the practice of ceremonial magic and the acquisition of initiatory knowledge and powers. (Web site)

Ceremonial County

  1. So for example, the ceremonial county of Leicestershire was composed of the administrative county of Leicestershire, and the county borough of Leicester.
  2. The county town is Aylesbury, the largest town in the ceremonial county is Milton Keynes and largest town in the non-metropolitan county is High Wycombe.
  3. All these titles cover the ceremonial county of Buckinghamshire.

Prior

  1. Prior to becoming Emperor, Domitian's role in the Flavian government was largely ceremonial. (Web site)
  2. Prior to both of these, it was in the North Riding of Yorkshire, and currently is within the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire.

Position

  1. In 2000 he was defeated in a Knesset election for the largely ceremonial position of president of Israel. (Web site)
  2. He was a miserable failure as Governor of Texas, which is not much more than a ceremonial position anyway.
  3. While a page is a comparatively low-ranking servant, a Page of Honour is a ceremonial position in the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom.

Election

  1. However, in this case the election is only for a five years term and is essentially ceremonial, while a pope mainly governs absolute for life.

Nature

  1. I prefer ritual magick to ceremonial magick simply because I'm essentially a hacker by nature and I'm always looking to enhance and improve my techniques. (Web site)

Influence

  1. The Mahayana schools also added ceremonial and devotional practices to their lists of means whenever they expanded their influence into the popular domain.

Focus

  1. In the Neolithic period, Newgrange continued as a focus of some ceremonial activity. (Web site)

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