They repeated that several times and before the procession moved on.
Before his lecture was finished, a procession of people had started streaming out the doors.
The procession continued on to the Cypress Hill Cemetery, where Ramos was buried the week before.
Despite its deletion, the villagers of Calcata hold their annual procession each year.
The answers to these questions are revealing, as we will see, and also relevant to the fate of the Shia procession.
Three days later the procession assembled and started from the house.
In consideration of the health of Paralus, the customary evening procession was dispensed with.
Templeton was first on the programme, and opened the proceedings with a procession.
That Spain was much in favour there was evident from his place in the procession.
After the procession they adjourned to the amphitheater for the exercises.
late Old English, "act of marching or proceeding," from Old French procession "procession" (religious or secular), 11c., and directly from Late Latin processionem (nominative processio) "religious procession," in classical Latin "a marching onward, a going forward, advance," noun of action from past participle stem of procedere (see proceed).