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Typically, Mars landings are cause for great pomp and circumstance at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
NASA ROVER PERSEVERANCE LANDS ON MARS IN MISSION TO SEARCH FOR PAST LIFEJOEL ACHENBACH, SARAH KAPLAN, BEN GUARINOFEBRUARY 18, 2021WASHINGTON POST
You watch enough of these inaugurations and you think there’s nothing left to impress you in the pomp and the circumstance.
They buried her body in the Recollect convent, with the greatest pomp possible.
The date was fixed for the interment with military pomp, and immense crowds came out to witness the imposing procession.
The Cardinals started for the north, 'as the manner of the Romans is,' with great pomp and circumstance.
If he has painted vice and shown Satan in all his pomp, it is without the least complacence in the task.
All this pomp and circumstance was in their eyes no other than a distinctive mark of paganism.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
Ceremony of laying the corner stone of the Washington monument at Washington, conducted with great pomp.
The Pope wished to make Wolfe a bishop, and to invest him with all the pomp proper to a nuncio.
Do we see a great multitude of humble, generous prelates devoid of ambition, enemies of pomp and grandeur, the friends of poverty?

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