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Word of the Day, December 3, 2015

December 3, 2015



Word of the Day

desiccant 

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Definition: (noun) A substance, such as calcium oxide or silica gel, that has a high affinity for water and is used as a drying agent.
Synonyms: drier, drying agent, siccative
Usage: The shipment was packed with a desiccant to prevent humidity from warping the wood during transport.

Article of the Day

Marmalade

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Marmalade is a sweet preserve with a bitter tang made from citrus fruit, sugar, water, and, in some commercial brands, a gelling agent. The term marmalade stems from marmelo, Portuguese for quince, which is the fruit originally used to make the preserve. The term marmalade first appeared in the English language in the 15th century, and has been used since the 17th century to refer to any preserve derived from citrus fruit. What is the legend of Dundee Marmalade?
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This Day in History

World's First Human Heart Transplant (1967)

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After studying medicine at the University of Cape Town, South African surgeon Christiaan Barnard came to the US in 1955 to improve his surgical technique. There, he performed his first heart operation before returning to Cape Town, where he was soon appointed director of surgical research at the Groote Schuur Hospital. He made medical history there in 1967 when he completed the world's first human heart transplant on 55-year-old Louis Washkansky. When was the first pediatric heart transplant?
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Today's Birthday

Joseph Conrad (1857)

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Before becoming a novelist, Conrad lived an adventurous life at sea. He later fictionalized many of his experiences in novels that combine realism and high drama. Though he knew little English before he was 20, Conrad became one of the greatest novelists and prose stylists in English literature. Marked by a distinctive, rich prose, many of his novels are considered masterpieces, but he is perhaps best known for the novella Heart of Darkness. What were some of Conrad's real-life escapades?
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Today's Holiday

International Day of Disabled Persons

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The years 1983-92 marked the United Nations Decade of Disabled Persons, a period during which great strides were made in raising awareness and enacting laws to improve the situation of individuals with disabilities. At the conclusion of this 10-year observance, December 3 was proclaimed the International Day of Disabled Persons. The U.N. General Assembly appealed to its members to observe this day with activities and events designed to promote the advantages of integrating disabled persons into every area of social, economic, and political life.
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Quote of the Day

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Money's a horrid thing to follow, but a charming thing to meet.

Henry James (1843-1916)

In the News

Brains aren't actually 'male' or 'female,' new study suggests

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Lots of folks—well-intentioned and otherwise—like to point out the supposed differences between male and female brains. But it's time to throw away the brain gender binary, according to a study published Monday in ...
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