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  • n  an internationally recognized distress signal via radiotelephone (from the French m'aider)
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  • Gareth Southgate in
    Southgate said: "I am disgusted with the manner in which this campaign has gone about its fundraising. Mayday for Nurses is a worthy cause, but there are many others. The players at this club support any number of local and national charities and...
  • Nick Clegg in
    Nick Clegg, the Liberal Democrat leader, added: "Damian Green's arrest is a Mayday warning for our democracy. British democracy is in danger when opposition politicians get arrested by teams of counter-terrorism officers. This is something you might...
  • Ryan Getzlaf in Boston Globe (registration)
    Thornton, Mayday, and Marchant went out one shift and hit everything in sight,said forward Ryan Getzlaf. "They kept the puck in the zone for about 2 1/2 minutes. I give all the credit to those guys for sparking our group. I don't think we...

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