May 1

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observed in many countries to celebrate the coming of spring

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Summer Falls State Park will open on May 1st as well but for day-use only.
Peacefully in hospital on May 1st, aged 82 years, Elizabeth (nee Smith), dearly loved wife of Alan, much loved mam of Michael, Sylvia, Carole and the late Alan and motherinlaw of Alan.
efforts at immigration reform also took place on May 1st throughout Latin America, in, for instance: Mexico City, Mexico; Quito, Ecuador; Bogota, Colombia; Caracas, Venezuela; Havana, Cuba; Guatemala City, Guatemala; and San Salvador, E1 Salvador.
pays tribute to the late Washington, DC born poet extraordinaire, Sterling Brown, whose centennial will be celebrated in poetry circles around the world on May 1st.
From May 1st the HD+ lineup will thus include the following encrypted channels: RTL HD, Sat.
and trimmed once a week from May 1st thru August 1st and mowed once a week thereafter until September 30th.
Bellevue, WA - April 30th (Thursday) to May 1st (Friday) From Thursday,
A calling hour in the funeral home will be held on Friday, May 1st from 9:00 to 10:00 a.
ISLAMABAD, April 29, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) will hold week-long colourful programmes to celebrate Jashn-e-Baharan here from May 1st to May 7.
Fee Real Estate, Westchester's full service residential real estate firm, volunteered Sunday, May 1st at the Westchester County Walk America to benefit the March of Dimes and its mission to save babies from birth defects, prematurity and infant mortality.
Jane Taber reported in the National Post (May 2) that Chretien told the Liberal caucus on May 1st that the "best decision" he made after September 11 was not to have a priest speak at the memorial service on Parliament Hill.
Management will host a conference call the following day, May 1st, at 8:30 a.
On May 1st, during an emotional Rose Garden ceremony, President Bush stated that "the United States acknowledges a debt that time has not diminished" as he conferred the Medal of Honor, our nation's highest military commendation, on two servicemen who died in battle during World War II and the Vietnam War.