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Definition of Maypoles

Maypole
Maypole May"pole`, n. A tall pole erected in an open place and wreathed with flowers, about which the rustic May-day sports were had.

Meaning of Maypoles from wikipedia

- maypoles thought that they were phallic" and that "they were not carved to appear so." The anthropologist Mircea Eliade theorizes that the maypoles were...
- A maypole is a tall wooden pole. Maypole may also refer to: George M. Maypole (1883-1956), American politician Maypole, Birmingham, England Maypole, Isles...
- Maypole Dairy Products Ltd. is Canadian foodservice company founded in 1950. Maypole Dairy Products was taken over by Central Smith. is based in Etobicoke...
- George M. Maypole (July 25, 1883 – January 19, 1967) was an American businessman and politician. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Maypole went to the Chicago...
- download. Berry has toured with a number of bands including Jonas 3 and The Maypoles. The latter comprises former Bluetones singer Mark Morriss and singer/clarinet...
- The Maypole Dairy Company or Maypole Dairies were an early chain of British dairies who rose to be the biggest employer in Britain[citation needed] and...
- folk activities, parti****ted in to this day, such as Morris dancing, Maypole dancing, Rapper sword in the North East, Long Sword dance in Yorkshire...
- The Maypole Colliery disaster was a mining accident on 18 August 1908, when an underground explosion occurred at the Maypole Colliery, in Abram, near Wigan...
- Dani is coerced into taking more psychedelic drugs and parti****tes in a maypole dancing competition. She wins and is crowned May Queen, an esteemed title...
- May Queen. The Golden Bough Sacred king John Barleycorn May Folklore: May Day, Maypoles and May Queens in Britain BBC News: May Day history and folklore...
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