Arm people with a cloak of anonymity and a shield of non-accountability, and watch the cavalcade of crazy charge.
White House visitor logs show that Rahm has met with a cavalcade of Daley allies during the past 18 months.
Those three lies are just the beginning of a cavalcade that followed.
Yet surprisingly, the woman who originated this annual cavalcade now dismisses the spectacle she seemingly created.
In a cavalcade of similar stunts played regularly by radio announcers around the world.
The cavalcade provoked no comments from the spectators, nor was any word uttered by the escort.
The November evening had closed in when the cavalcade entered Canterbury.
Jean, Frieda and Olive ran out in the yard to meet the cavalcade.
The cavalcade, for it was no less, broke into parties which were often out of sight of each other.
The cavalcade was ambling along toward the branding pen, which was in the bottom of a coulie.
1590s, via Middle French cavalcade (15c.), from Italian cavalcata, from cavalcare "to ride on horseback," from Vulgar Latin *caballicare (also source of Spanish cabalgada, Portuguese cavalgata), from Latin caballus (see cavalier). Literally, "a procession on horseback;" in 20c. -cade came to be regarded as a suffix and taken to form motorcade (1913), etc.