MAYFLOWER


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I was offered some Mayflowers too, but I rejected them with scorn.
After the Mayflowers came the violets, and Violet Vale was empurpled with them.
Ahead of next year's 400th anniversary of the creation of the first permanent colony in the New World, the app helps anyone looking to do a self-guided tour of the British towns, cities and villages connected to the pioneering transatlantic voyage of the Mayflower ship.
Founded in 1927, Mayflower is the most recognized name in moving.
The open date and status above indicate when Mayflower Primary School opened or when it changed to its most recent incarnation, with a number of schools converting to academies in recent years.
The Rating Watch Negative reflects Fitch's concern over Mayflower's expected sizeable debt issuance to fund a capital expansion.
According to KCS Datawright's general manager Andy Gough, their new offices at Mayflower House will provide the ideal space for this expansion.
More than 300 years later, a full-scale reproduction of the ship--the Mayflower II--was built in 1957 in Devon, England, and gifted to America as a symbol of post-World War II unity.
Rockland Trust has welcomed Mayflower Bank customers following the addition of Mayflower branches in Plymouth County.
18 November 2013 -- Massachusetts US-based bank holding company Independent Bank Corp (NASDAQ: INDB) said it has closed its acquisition of Mayflower Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ: MFLR).
The March 29 pipeline rupture did not occur in the Lake Maumelle watershed, and ExxonMobil says the spill didn't contaminate Mayflower's drinking water supply.