ceremonial

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  • The governor general was replaced as head of state by a ceremonial president.
  • The University arms will still be used in its original form for ceremonial purposes only.
  • Most of the important ceremonial and administrative buildings were located in the central city.
  • You will all admit that you place more weight upon your ceremonials than upon your faith. Cited from Rabbi and Priest, by Milton Goldsmith
  • Both rooms are located in the ceremonial complex on the west of the central court.
  • These ceremonial sites were the most complex of that early time period.
  • The role is largely cultural and ceremonial, and has no legal power.
  • It was originally formed for military and trade purposes, but is now entirely ceremonial.
  • The role of the president as head of state is largely ceremonial.
  • The present day ceremonial county boundary is almost the same as the historic one.
  • The honorary mayor has no real political power and only has ceremonial duties.
  • His unit was mostly ceremonial and did not face much combat.
  • Both use French to some degree, mostly in an administrative or ceremonial capacity.
  • The title of Mayor is a ceremonial position that is changed each year within the council.
  • His hands are bent in a position that appears to possibly hold a ceremonial object.
  • However, also this role is today, according to the instrument of government, ceremonial.
  • In former days, perhaps, he had been too much set upon the outer ceremonials of religion. Cited from Brought Home, by Hesba Stretton
  • However, the German President has a role which is more than ceremonial.
  • Such ceremonials are now conducted, I believe, just as the ordinary church services. Cited from Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character, by Edward Bannerman Ramsay
  • For ceremonial bands, this could be a traditional color guard or honor guard.
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