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Richard, German physician. See: May-Hegglin anomaly.
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It is the first [of May], when May Day should be [celebrated], which we have chosen as day of rest, as a recurrent report [on the situation of the workforce].
In many countries, May Day is synonymous with International Workers' Day, or Labor Day, a day of political demonstrations and celebrations organized by unions, communists, socialists and activist groups.
The company has reported that its services on May Day will be affected by route improvement work.
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Many celebrations take place during the weekend preceding May Day as well as on the Monday of May Day when many people are off from work and schools are closed.
Outlining the strategy, Tourism Minister John Penrose said moving the May Day bank holiday could bring tourism benefits.
"So, if there is a message to the Government it is, 'Hands off May Day'.
May Day is particularly worth remembering--and analyzing historically--for the very reasons that it has been largely forgotten.
- Desktop study of historical May Day drilling and geological data including 3D modelling completed.
May Day was chosen as International Labour Day by the labour movement.
Addressing a press conference ahead of the May Day protest on Friday, Landgren said," There are grave concerns about the direction that the peace process may take in the coming days."
To some extent, the civic and collegiate May Day celebrations fed upon each other.