May 1

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Noun1.May 1 - observed in many countries to celebrate the coming of springMay 1 - observed in many countries to celebrate the coming of spring; observed in Russia and related countries in honor of labor
day - a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance; "Mother's Day"
May - the month following April and preceding June
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Scooteney Park campground in Franklin County and Summer Falls State Park in Grant County are scheduled to open May 1st.
PESHAWAR -- In order to continue relief activities in Peshawar, Charsadda and Nowshehra districts after rainstorm, the officials of Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) has notified the employees that the May 1st Labor Day holiday was cancelled and ensure their presence at office today.
KUWAIT, April 28 (KUNA) -- The Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) said it will take part in the Expo Milano 2015 slated for May 1st in the Italian city of Milan.
Peacefully on May 1st, aged 89 years, Margaret (Peg, nee Fittes), dearly loved wife of the late Ray, much loved mam of Margaret, motherinlaw of Philip, loving Grandma Peg of Steven, Joanne and David and great grandma of Katie, Abbie and Will.
On page 22, the article about Pope John Paul II and his upcoming beatification on May 1st, states that May 1st is Divine Mercy Sunday and the evening on which the pope's earthly life ended.
on Saturday, May 1st, in the Miles Funeral Home, 1158 Main St.
ISLAMABAD, April 30, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- A week-long spring festival entitled Jashn-e-Baharan with start here on May 1st at Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) carrying a variety of colourful programmes.
In Turkey, people used to celebrate May 1st as the spring festival under a law dated 1935.
The highlight of the May 1st ceremony will feature the placement of the last steel beam on the roof, or "topping-out," of the new building.
Chased by tear gas in a May 1st demonstration, our poor street vendor may well be the future of Venezuelan free enterprise.