Nightfall, which in the frost of winter comes as a fiend and in the warmth of summer as a lover, came as a tranquillizer on this March day
It was then, one March day
in 1649, that a few grave-faced, somber- clad men knocked at the door of Milton's house.
If you were to see it first on a cold March day
, you would think it an excellent weather-cock; but with the first warm day of spring your confidence would be shaken.
It was one of those March days
when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.
Mark Kinsella, Rory Delap, Alan Maybury and Graham Kavanagh also got their first senior international action that March day
in Olomouc as the Ireland manager (right) contended with the retirements of Andy Townsend, Paul McGrath and Ray Houghton.
The after-effects of the big freeze, which saw Wales record its coldest ever March day
, continued yesterday even as schools, hospitals, and infrastructure finally began to return to normal.
March 5 THE first of England's Plantagenet Kings was born this warm March day
in 1133, in what is now Le Mans, France, and, at the age of 21, he was crowned King Henry II.
A press release that March day
read: "Steve Agnew will step up from his role as assistant head coach to take control of first team affairs with immediate effect.
By march day
in Winnipeg, speaker after speaker connected the dots between missing and murdered Indigenous women, the Black Lives Matter movement, trans rights, immigrant lives, and the need for greater justice for victims of sexual assault.
The ceremony, which coincided with Green March Day
, a memory deeply entrenched in the minds of Moroccans, where a mass demonstration in November 1975 forced Spain to hand over the disputed province of Spanish Sahara to Morocco.
There was also major disruption on the railways after more than an inch of rain fell in the early hours of yesterday, making it the wettest March day
in the region for 97 years.
Ten years after the 2005 Texas City explosion, there is little evidence that the 15 lives lost on that March day
brought needed changes to the nation's refining industry, a joint Texas Tribune/Houston Chronicle investigation shows.