And this two-minute extravaganza is expresses exactly how Pawlenty would like to be seen.
The three-day extravaganza, which kicked off Thursday morning, has no power to pass laws or set agendas.
He kicked off his stateside appearances with the Arabian Nights extravaganza XXVII at the Paris Grand Ballroom in Las Vegas.
Other than the man accepting the nomination, he will be the unquestioned star of the extravaganza.
That extravaganza, as she is called, is fatal, dogs him with burlesque—of all men!'
These stories, in their grotesque severities, have almost the air of an extravaganza.
It strained itself to death; it became its own burlesque of the bizarre, an extravaganza of extravagance.
They all laughed at Jack's extravaganza, which is of a kind to which they are beginning to be accustomed.
Mindful of the futility of claiming for an author more than is warranted, no eulogy will be offered, extravaganza will be avoided.
The world—including old Rome—had been robbed of statuary for the adornment of this extravaganza.
1754, with reference to peculiar behavior, 1794 of a fantastic type of performance or writing, from Italian extravaganza, literally "an extravagance," from estravagante, from Medieval Latin extravagantem (see extravagant).