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During the day, MSNBC was down 20 percent in viewers and 37 percent in the advertising-coveted 25-54 demo.
In primetime, it fell 23 percent in viewers and 39 percent in the demo.
Called the drowning of the Marzanna, a doll, usually made of straw, is made to symbolize the cold, dreary winter.
The dolls are then paraded through the street as crowds make their way to a river or other body of water.
From exploding snowmen to flower festivals, check out how cultures around the world celebrate the start of the spring season.
In a tradition originating from the 16th century, people in Poland celebrate the first day of spring with dramatic fashion.
A snowman is burned on a stake once the first flowers begin to bloom, marking the definite end to winter's dark days.
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