Absence+of+ceremony

  • 1absence of ceremony — index informality Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2Ceremony (chanson) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Ceremony. Ceremony Single par New Order Face B In a Lonely Place …

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  • 3tea ceremony — Japanese chadō or cha no yu Ritualized preparation and drinking of tea developed in Japan. It involves a host and one or more guests; the tea, utensils, and movements used in preparing, serving, and drinking the tea are all prescribed. When tea… …

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  • 4Levée (ceremony) — Lever ( rising ), adopted in English as levée initially the simple act of getting up in the morning was raised to a ceremonial custom at the court of Louis XIV. In the court etiquette that Louis formalized, the set of extremely elaborated… …

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  • 5Moshe Katsav — משה קצב 8th President of Israel In office 1 August 2000 – 1 July 2007 Prime Minister …

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  • 6Royal Maundy — A Royal Maundy ceremony in 1867 Royal Maundy ( …

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  • 7freedom — /free deuhm/, n. 1. the state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint: He won his freedom after a retrial. 2. exemption from external control, interference, regulation, etc. 3. the power to determine… …

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  • 8freedom — /ˈfridəm / (say freeduhm) noun 1. civil liberty, as opposed to subjection to an arbitrary or despotic government. 2. political or national independence. 3. a particular immunity or other privilege enjoyed, as by a city or corporation. 4. personal …

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  • 9familiarity — noun (plural ties) Date: 13th century 1. a. the quality or state of being familiar b. a state of close relationship ; intimacy 2. a. absence of ceremony ; informality b. an unduly informal act or expression ; …

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  • 10familiarity — /feuh mil ee ar i tee, mil yar /, n., pl. familiarities. 1. thorough knowledge or mastery of a thing, subject, etc. 2. the state of being familiar; friendly relationship; close acquaintance; intimacy. 3. an absence of ceremony and formality;… …

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