[ ɹˈaɡ dˈe͡ɪ], [ ɹˈaɡ dˈeɪ], [ ɹ_ˈa_ɡ d_ˈeɪ]
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Rag day is an annual observance in the United States to commemorate the end of the British occupation of Boston during the American Revolution. The day is also a time to celebrate the traditional textile manufacturing industry of Massachusetts. It is also celebrated in countries that were formerly part of the British Empire, such as Canada. The first known celebration of rag day took place on May 19, 1775, in Boston. In 2004, the Massachusetts General Court designated June 2 as Rag Day in honor of the state's rich textile history.
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- divider, segregator, Detailer, Divorcer, Estranger, Isolator, severer.