Opening-ceremony sentence example

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  • Tony Blair was so vain that all he could think about was the glory of the opening ceremony.
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  • John Blow wrote a new anthem for the opening ceremony.
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  • Her Majesty the Queen has been invited to perform an official opening ceremony in the summer.
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  • The last time we saw a superb opening ceremony was in Turin for the Winter Olympics.
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  • During the Opening Ceremony of the 27th European cystic fibrosis Conference 2004, in Birmingham, Dr. Littlewood was awarded both the above honors.
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  • It is Diamond Jubilee Year, and the Duchess of Albany, Queen Victoria's widowed daughter-in-law, is to perform the opening ceremony.
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  • I would like to nominate my great granddad to perform the opening ceremony of your new look store in March on August 31.
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  • At this opening ceremony LBC OSCARS will be awarded in a series of categories, from best outtake, to best dog.
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  • We invite all concerned residents to be present at Vansittart Rec in the course of this opening ceremony and to lobby officials and councilors.
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  • At the end of June the opening ceremony for the conservatory saw Goon cutting the tartan ribbon watched by over a score of members.
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  • This week end, the plan is to chill a bit and watch the opening ceremony of the Nokia world snowboard championships.
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  • Just a week before the opening ceremony soldiers with fixed bayonets charged a crowd of over 15,000.
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  • Tony Blair and New Labor were so vain that all they could think about was the glory of the opening ceremony.
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  • For those wanting to add warmth while keeping the classic look of a Levi's jean jacket, consider the flannel-lined Trucker jacket or the Opening Ceremony Trucker Jacket lined with Sherpa.
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