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Liliana Mayo

Liliana Mayo (born March 30, 1952) is a Peruvian psychologist and special education teacher.==Biography==Liliana Mayo is the founder and general director of Centro Ann Sullivan del Perú, an organization that serves people with developmental disabilities and their families.O'Neil, J., ''The New York Times'', November 18, 2002 She is a frequent key speaker on parent and sibling training, supported employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities, inclusion and distance education.... read more

Veinticinco de Mayo-class cruiser

The two ''Veinticinco de Mayo''-class heavy cruisers served in the Argentine Navy through World War II. They were the only post-Washington Naval Treaty heavy cruisers built for a South American Navy. Both ships of the class were built in Italy by the OTO company, and commissioned into the Argentine Navy in 1931.==Design==The ''Veinticinco de Mayo'' design was derived from the Italian , identifiable by the closely paired main guns, similar to the last batches of the cruisers. The ships were smaller... read more

Bombing of Plaza de Mayo

The Bombing of Plaza de Mayo was a massacre which took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 16 June 1955. On that day, 30 aircraft from the Argentine Navy and Air Force strafed and bombed Plaza de Mayo square in Buenos Aires, in what remains to this day the largest aerial bombing ever on the Argentine mainland. The attack targeted the adjacent Casa Rosada, the official seat of government, as a large crowd was expressing support for president Juan Perón. The strike took place during a day of official... read more

Shrule Castle (County Mayo)

Shrule Castle (, ) is a ruined tower castle near Shrule in County Mayo, Ireland. The castle was built in c.1238, near the Black River at the County Mayo and County Galway border by the de Burgh family. It was given to John de Burgh in 1308 by his father Richard Óg de Burgh, 2nd Earl of Ulster.The castle was captured in 1570 by a strong force led by Sir Edward Fitton, President of Connaught and Vice Treasurer of Ireland and consisting of McDonnells of Knocknacloy gallóglaigh. Mac Uilliam Ochtair,... read more

Westport, County Mayo

Westport (, historically as ''Cahernamart'') (see archival records) is a town in in . It is at the south-east corner of , an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast of Ireland.The design for the town was commissioned in the 1780s by the of the nearby stately home, as a place for his workers and tenants to live. cleared the original village of Cahernamart, that had 700 inhabitants, to make way for his gardens at Westport House.Antiquities of West Mayo, Christiaan Corlett, pp87 & Cathair... read more

Plaza de Mayo

The Plaza de Mayo (; ) is the main square in the Monserrat '' Monserratbarrio '' of central MonserratbarrioBuenos Aires , MonserratbarrioBuenos AiresArgentina . It is flanked by Hipólito Yrigoyen, Balcarce, Rivadavia and Bolívar streets.Since being the scene of the 25 May 1810 revolution that led to independence, the plaza has been a hub of political life in Argentina.==History==The modern plaza took form in 1884 when the colonnade separating the ''Plaza de la Victoria'' and the ''Plaza del... read more

Qiwllaqucha (Dos de Mayo)

Qiwllaqucha (Quechua ''qillwa, qiwlla, qiwiña'' gull, ''qucha'' lake,Teofilo Laime Acopa, Diccionario Bilingüe, Iskay simipi yuyay k'ancha, Quechua – Castellano, Castellano – Quechua: ''qillwa, qiwlla, qiwiña'' - ''s. Gaviota. Ave palmípeda de color blanco.'' ''qucha'', ''qhucha, quchacha.'' - ''s. Laguna. Lago pequeño.'' ''qucha'', ''qhucha.'' - ''s. Lago. Gran masa de agua en una depresión.'' "gull lake", hispanicized spelling ''Quiullacocha'') is a small lake in Peru located in the Huánuco... read more

Sport Dos de Mayo

Sport Dos e Mayo is a Peruvian association football club, playing in the city of Tarma.The club were founded 23 February 1919 and play in the Copa Perú which is the third division of the Peruvian league.==History==In the 2002 Copa Perú, the club classified to the Regional Stage, but was eliminated by León de Huánuco.In the 2010 Copa Perú, the club classified to the Regional Stage, but was eliminated by Bella Durmiente.==Rivalries==Sport Dos de Mayo has had a long-standing rivalry with Asociación... read more

Veinticinco de Mayo, Uruguay

The Centenario Plaza, located in Villa 25 de Mayo, San Rafael, Province of MendozaVeinticinco de Mayo, mostly written 25 de Mayo, is a small town in the Florida Department of central Uruguay. ==Location==The town is located on Route 76, east of its intersection with Route 77. The railroad track Montevideo - Florida passes through the village. The stream Arroyo Isla Mala, tributary of Arroyo Santa Lucía Chico, flows along the west and north limits of the village, forming a lake or wetland to the... read more

Salón de Mayo

The Salón de Mayo (May Salon) was an art exhibition held in Havana, Cuba, in July 1967. It took its name from the Salon de Mai, an artists collective founded during the Nazi occupation of France. It was organized by Carlos Franqui with the assistance of such artists as Wifredo Lam, René Portocarrero, Alexander Calder, Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso.The exhibition presented works by more than a hundred artists and represented rival schools of twentieth-century art: early modernists (Picasso, Miro, Magritte);... read more

Dos de Mayo (Misiones)

Dos de Mayo (Misiones) is a village and municipality in Misiones Province in north-eastern Argentina. ==References==Category:Populated places in Misiones Province read more

Veinticinco de Mayo (Misiones)

Veinticinco de Mayo (Misiones) is a village and municipality in Misiones Province in north-eastern Argentina. ==References==Category:Populated places in Misiones Province read more

Primero de Mayo

Primero de Mayo is Spanish for the First of May. It may refer to: read more

Campo de Mayo Airport

Campo de Mayo Airport is a military airport located near San Miguel, Buenos Aires, Argentina. read more

Seis De Mayo

''Seis De Mayo'' is an entirely orchestral album by the guitarist and composer Trey Anastasio. It was released on April 6, 2004 by Elektra Records and seems to return to the "musical obscurism" that was evident in his first solo album, ''One Man's Trash''. ''Seis De Mayo'' was recorded in between 2000 and 2003, and features many reincarnations of some of Anastasio's older musical compositions, now with classical arrangements, from a string quartet to a full 66-piece orchestra.==Track listing==# Prologue... read more


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