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Word of the Day, June 18, 2015

June 18, 2015

Word of the Day


Definition: (adjective) Having a harmful effect; injurious.
Synonyms: injurious, hurtful
Usage: A guest speaker came to the high school to warn the students about the deleterious effects of smoking.

Article of the Day

The Hound of the Baskersvilles

Eight years after he killed off Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle brought the character back in The Hound of the Baskervilles. The novel is possibly the most popular of all of the Holmes stories and has been filmed at least 24 times since 1914. It was inspired by the regional mythology of the British Isles concerning hell-hounds and set largely on an area of moorland close to where Doyle worked as a general practitioner while writing the novel. Who helped Doyle craft its plot?

This Day in History

Monks Witness Possible Formation of Moon Crater (1178)

Giordano Bruno is a small lunar impact crater that is estimated to have been formed less than 350 million years ago. Some believe that its age can be pinpointed exactly thanks to five English monks who reported that on June 18, 1178, during the annual Taurid meteor shower, they saw "two horns of light" on the shaded part of the moon—a description some say is consistent with the visual phenomena associated with such a crater's formation. How do others interpret the monks' sighting?

Today's Birthday

E. W. Scripps (1854)

Scripps began publishing his own newspapers in 1878 and eventually went on to own 34 papers across the US. His Scripps-McRae League of Newspapers was the first major US newspaper chain. In 1907, he consolidated regional Scripps news services into what would become United Press International. In 1922, he transferred his interests to his son, who, with Roy W. Howard, formed the Scripps-Howard newspaper chain. Scripps is credited with bringing what innovations to the newspaper business?

Today's Holiday

Seychelles National Day

The Republic of Seychelles was first settled by the French in 1770. In 1814, it was ceded to Britain under the Treaty of Paris. Seychelles gained independence from Britain in 1976 and became a republic within the commonwealth. On June 18, 1993, a new constitution was approved, and the first multiparty elections were held in July. June 18 is known as National Day in Seychelles and commemorates the implementation of a multiparty democracy. On this day, thousands of people attend celebratory events that include parades, a flower show, music, and a presidential speech.

Quote of the Day

Is it not rather what we expect in men, that they should have numerous strands of experience lying side by side and never compare them with each other?

George Eliot (1819-1880)

In the News

Mystery Solved: Why Large Dinosaurs Avoided the Tropics for Millions of Years

New research has revealed why it took more than 30 million years for large Triassic dinosaurs to populate the tropics after they first appeared on Earth, ending a mystery that has kept researchers baffled for decades. Using new geological evidence ...

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