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MAYDAY[not an acronym] General Distress Call
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The hospital has long been demolished, but Mayday Parade is able to take us back to that certain point in time with songs like 'Never Sure,' 'It's Hard to Be Religious When Certain People Are Never Incinerated by Bolts of Lightning,' and 'Piece Of Your Heart'-new anthems to take to heart from a band that fans have literally grown up with these past years.
"That's why I'm keen to support the charity's Mayday fundraiser and would urge people to give generously and do what they can to support them as you just never know when you may need them.' Luke Heritage, volunteer RNLI lifeboat helmsman at Llandudno, said: "It's great to welcome Chad back to the station.
Teachers and community groups are invited to "go yellow" for Mayday - by either wearing something yellow or lighting up an iconic building.
Tun Mayday's name pick also went through a similar spur-of-the moment decision, when Victoria was in labour.
If anyone has any information about the mayday call, they are asked to call 999 and ask for the Coastguard.
A DRY land sacrifice made by a Redcar lifeboat volunteer features in the charity's national Mayday campaign.
Mayday is a five-episode British mystery-drama about a remote community harboring dark secrets and a possible killer.
Mayday successfully holds the reader's interest with intertwining plotlines, relatable characters, and moving vulnerability.
It's been two years since Amazon introduced the Mayday Button, allowing users of its Kindle Fire HDX tablets to connect via video chat to live customer service agents.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Moments before the TransAsia Airways crashed into a river, one of its pilots said, "Mayday, mayday, engine flameout," a Taiwanese aviation official said.
All precautionary measures were taken by the airport authorities when flight has declared mayday mayday emergency request.