on great occasions in a sentence
- On great occasions the light produced rivaled that of the sun.
- Historically, Britain has so often on great occasions thrown up the leader that the occasion demanded.
- Magnes could speak Hebrew eloquently on great occasions, but it was with an American accent and in a literary style.
- In the mid 19th century, the park contained a Crimean War cannon known as the'Sebastopol Gun', which was fired on great occasions.
- The building has evolved over time and continues to serve the University in the manner envisioned by SMU President Charles Selecman as " a place where we can have our friends from the community and elsewhere gather together on great occasions ."
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- Ordinary questions of discipline are in the ordinary course settled in councils, often held with the assent of the kings, but on great occasions & ndash; the Canon Law; they show indignation at the mere idea that anyone should fail in consideration for them.
- Theodore Ledyard Cuyler described Cox as " one of the most famous celebrities in the Presbyterian Church . . . famous for his linguistic attainments, for his wit and occasional eccentricities, and very famous for his bursts of eloquence on great occasions . " When awarded the appellation of Doctor of Divinity by the College of New Jersey, which would later become Princeton University, he famously derided it as a couple of " semi-lunar fardels ".