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On the HBO show Euphoria, Alexa Demie’s character, Maddy Perez, wore a pair of bright purple pants with slits cut on the side to a carnival.
PANTS ARE FUN NOWMELINDA FAKUADEMARCH 5, 2021VOX
“So far, Liberty has not agreed to any particular plan or contract,” the statement said, going on to add that the school would rent its parking areas to any political party if asked, as it has done in the past for carnivals, circuses and car shows.
They likened the barriers to hockey penalty boxes or a carnival funhouse.
A simple but effective analogy is to imagine the carnival game where balls are dropped onto a vertical board covered in wooden pegs.
There are fireworks, barbecues, carnivals, parades, and a whole slew of activities.
At two o'clock, the general of the Carnival opens the public ball with the Mugnaia.
If you wanted to let her go you did so; if not, you talked in the squeaky voice that is the recognized etiquette of the carnival.
If the work goes well I shall try to arrange for you both to come here in the Carnival Week, so that you may hear it.
The Turkish lines stretched away to his left; he had cleared their flank, and the battle raged in its mad carnival behind him.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
The story goes that one night during the carnival he was wounded by some masqueraders, who mistook him for another person.
BELGIUMGEORGE W. T. (GEORGE WILLIAM THOMSON) OMOND

WORDS RELATED TO CARNIVAL

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