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1. Ideas passed in quick procession through her mind.
2. The procession passed along the street.
3. A funeral procession filled the street.
4. They came in flocks to see the procession.
5. The procession moved into the church.
6. People came in flocks to see the royal procession.
7. Congress could ban the procession altogether.
8. The festivities started with a procession through the town.
9. It was a seamless procession of wonderful electronic music.
10. The procession moved slowly down the hill.
11. They rushed out to see the procession.
12. The trumpets blared as the procession got under way.
13. We've had an endless procession of new secretaries through the office since Amy left.
14. The procession moved through the mountain village at a stately pace.
15. The procession moved through the streets at a steady pace.
16. The festival will open with a procession led by the mayor.
17. A procession of mourners slowly followed the coffin.
18. A vast crowd turned out to watch the procession.
19. A procession of waiters appeared bearing trays of food.
20. The funeral procession moved slowly down the avenue.
21. The procession passed right by my door.
22. A trumpet fanfare sounded and the procession began.
23. Stand back to allow the procession to pass.
24. Last came the procession of the coaches.
25. The mourners followed the funeral procession,(sentencedict.com) weeping and wailing.
26. The procession passed right by my front door.
27. The procession snaked its way through narrow streets.
28. The congregation entered the church in procession.
29. The Queen's carriage headed the procession.
30. From my vantage point on the hill, I could see the whole procession.
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