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Word of the Day, June 13, 2015

June 13, 2015



Word of the Day

sardonic 

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Definition: (adjective) Scornfully or cynically mocking.
Synonyms: wry
Usage: He continued to grin with a sardonic humor, with a cynical mockery and defiance.

Article of the Day

The Great Toronto Fire

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The Great Toronto Fire of 1904 began in a factory in downtown Toronto, the capital city of Ontario, Canada, and spread to more than 100 other buildings before it was extinguished. For nine hours, Toronto's firefighters—as well as firefighters from Hamilton, Ontario, and Buffalo, New York, that had come to help—braved strong winds and sub-zero temperatures as they fought to bring the blaze under control. What was the total estimated value of the property damaged by the fire?
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This Day in History

Martin Luther Marries a Catholic Nun (1525)

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Eight years after he issued his 95 Theses and sparked the Protestant Reformation, Luther married former Catholic nun Katherina von Bora, with whom he raised six children. Though little is known about her, she is considered an important figure of the Reformation due to her role in helping to define Protestant family life and setting the precedent for clergy marriages. Von Bora was one of 12 nuns Luther helped escape from a convent in 1523. How was he said to have smuggled them out?
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Today's Birthday

Dorothy L. Sayers (1893)

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Sayers, an English writer, is considered one of the masters of the detective story. In 1915, she became one of the first women to graduate from Oxford University. In her first major work, Whose Body?, she created the witty and dashing detective Lord Wimsey, who would be featured in several later novels and short story collections. She later concentrated on theological works and scholarly translations. Which of Sayers's previous jobs provided a setting for one of her novels?
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Today's Holiday

Feast of St. Anthony of Padua

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St. Anthony of Padua (1195-1231) was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1195, and is the patron saint of Portugal. The festivities held here in his honor begin on the evening of June 12 with an impressive display of marchas, walking groups of singers and musicians, who parade along the Avenida da Liberdade. The celebration continues the next day with more processions and traditional folk dancing. Another custom of the day is for a young man to present the girl he hopes to marry with a pot of basil concealing a verse or love letter.
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Quote of the Day

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Few serve truth in truth because only few have the pure will to be just, and of those again very few have the strength to be just.

Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)

In the News

A Chimp Walks into a Bar: Scientists Observe Apes Regularly Quaffing Booze

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Monkeys in the wilds of West Africa routinely quaff a crude form of booze made from the naturally fermenting sap of palm trees, a team of scientists have found. "Some of the chimpanzees ... consumed significant quantities of ethanol and displayed ...
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