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I saw a car heading for the scene so I gained more altitude and circled the area while calling "Mayday" on the radio.THE BIOGRAPHY OF A RABBITROY BENSON
Emersons Mayday, from which I just now quoted, has no real evolution at all; it is a series of observations.DISCOURSES IN AMERICAMATTHEW ARNOLD
Now one hundred years ago, Mayday was looked forward to with glee by all English children living in the country.YOUNG FOLKS TREASURY, VOLUME 3 (OF 12)VARIOUS
All the children who had given up their Mayday money to Susan were playing on the green.YOUNG FOLKS TREASURY, VOLUME 3 (OF 12)VARIOUS
He expressed in his poems Voluntaries and Mayday views similar to those declared here.ESSAYSRALPH WALDO EMERSON
Get on another ComWeb and start putting out those Mayday messages right now!LION LOOSEJAMES H. SCHMITZ
We children, who had been confined to the wagon so many hours each day, stretched our limbs, and scampered off on Mayday frolics.THE EXPEDITION OF THE DONNER PARTY AND ITS TRAGIC FATEELIZA POOR DONNER HOUGHTON
She seemed to me a very comely woman: but I hope to see more of her on Mayday.DIARY OF SAMUEL PEPYS, COMPLETESAMUEL PEPYS
Then there used to be the shooting at the butts, and the shows, and the Mayday revels, and all sorts of things.THE LION OF SAINT MARKG. A. HENTY
It is a truly kind, loving and cheerful principle; mild and balmy as a cloudless Mayday.TOUR IN ENGLAND, IRELAND, AND FRANCE, IN THE YEARS 1826, 1827, 1828 AND 1829.HERMANN PCKLER-MUSKAU

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