When a wedding party proceeds down the aisle, that's a procession. Right? When and why did people start using the verb "processed" or "processing," as in "the groom is now processing"? It reminds me of a friend who said that his father used the word "conversating" instead of "conversing" . . . it's that same process of taking a verb, converting it into a noun, and then backwards converting it into a different verb that means the same thing. It's duplicative.