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a U.S. public holiday celebrated every July 4th to mark the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. It is traditionally celebrated with fireworks. It is also called Independence Day.
May 1st, when people traditionally celebrated the beginning of spring. Many countries have a public holiday on or near this date, in honor of working people.
a rainbow produced when water droplets in the air reflect light from the moon rather than the sunBuzzWord Article
a way of doing business that involves recruiting large numbers of people who work for themselves using the company's platform, as used by companies such as Uber, Deliveroo and the likeadd a word
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