Next, with all the fanfare of the Second Coming, tech giants offer a few incremental improvements to old products.
As Iran gears up for elections in June, the fanfare of vetting a presidential-candidate list is once again in full swing.
It is not just the rhetoric that has changed, but also the glitz and the fanfare.
The first Metsu survey in five decades recently opened at the National Gallery in Washington, to zero fanfare.
But really, all this fanfare seems more like a howl for Washington's attention and a ploy for PR.
We started the wedding procession upstairs, and came down to the fanfare of uniformed trumpeters.
Now, near sunset, there was the fanfare for officers' orders for the next day.
Having done so the trumpeters sounded a fanfare, and afterwards played "A fine old English gentleman."
A fanfare of cornets; and from the wings a supple, dark girl bounded.
A few groups of settlers from Chicago and other cities came with a fanfare of adventure new to the homestead country.
c.1600, from French fanfare, from fanfarer "blow a fanfare," perhaps echoic, or perhaps borrowed (with Spanish fanfarron "braggart," and Italian fanfano "babbler") from Arabic farfar "chatterer," of imitative origin.