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- Mayo, William James 1861-1939. American surgeon who with his brother Charles Horace Mayo (1865-1939) founded the Mayo Clinic, a renowned private medical center in Rochester, Minnesota.
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- proper n. A county in the Republic of Ireland.
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- n. egg yolks and oil and vinegar
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And how could you have forgotten our FRITES with Dutch (or preferably Belgium)MAYO or better yet PATATJE OORLOG (translation: The Fries War: Mayo, saté sauce and finely chopped onions) DELICIOUS!
On Android, the app costs $5.69 and goes by the name Mayo Clinic Insomnia Wellness Solutions $25 on Apple.
Cinco de Mayo is more widely celebrated in USA than Mexico: Mexico Culture & Arts
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In Mexico, the Cinco de Mayo is still celebrated with lengthy parades in the state and city of Puebla, and in neighboring states like Veracruz.
She was remarking the in the USA Cinco de Mayo is a beer holiday.
In fact, Cinco de Mayo is so popular in the USA that the majority of US natives who don't know Mexican history believe that Cinco de Mayo is Mexican Independence Day.
Fox Lake, as depicted in Mayo's 1912 promotional booklet for his earlier resort at Lakewood Club, Muskegon County, Michigan.
A competitive streak that appeared to run strong in Mayo, causing him to leave M.I.T., apparently also made him restless.
Evidently, somebody neglected to tell the planners that "cinco de Mayo" is Spanish for the 5th of May.
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