May queen

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the girl chosen queen of a May Day festival

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The May Queen is a focal point in the club's calendar and is always an exciting event," Mr Pereira told the GDN.
In agreeing to this, MPs would vote themselves largely redundant - granting the May Queen the ability to scrap, with little or no scrutiny, 44 years of laws on everything from jobs to consumer guarantees.
The annual May Queen Ball is the signature event of GWA that has grown from strength to strength over the years and guests from the GCC and India are expected in huge numbers to attend along with local guests.
Liverpool May Day Parade, May 1, 1971: Julie Creed, aged eight, dressed as May Queen, pictured with her attendants, Paula Merriman, aged seven, left, and Margaret Hoare, aged nine.
IronRidge Resources Limited ('IronRidge' or the 'Company') is pleased to announce the intersection of significant gold and copper grades in drilling at its 100% owned May Queen high-grade gold prospect in Queensland, Australia.
Gloria Gangte, Head of Mis-sion, Indian Embassy, who was the guest of honour for the evening, crowned Linoshka May Queen 2016, Samantha De Souza as first runner-up and Fiona Pulickal second runner-up.
Legends blame the evil and ghost-like figure Birch Markle for the death of a May Queen twenty-five years earlier, as well as a recent a rash of butchered animals left in the fields.
But when the May Queen, 14-year-old Hattie Sutton, vanishes just before the event, the local people are terrified by the possibility that a killer could lurk within their midst.
Mary Hopkins (the little girl just in front of the boys) was the May Queen at St |Patrick's in Huddersfield in 1950
There will also be Anglo Saxon re-enactors, stone carving and woodturning demonstrations, and the crowning of the May Queen and King.
Her dress was made by Mrs Glenys Barker (nee Lewis) A swan float at the Llandudno Carnival in 1949 | Eirlys Pierce Wright, Dolgarrog May Queen in 1928 | Eirlys Pierce Williams, Dolgarrog Carnival Queen in 1928 | Raggle Taggle Gypsies at Ruthin Carnival 1972.
A school spokesman said: "is is a very old tradition in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, in fact our local history group have just found a photo of the 1914 May Queen.
For more than 20 years, from around the early 1970s through to the late 1990s, whenever I went down to Hobart to cover the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, I made a ritual of walking along to Waterman's Dock to look at the May Queen.