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Word of the Day, March 4, 2016

March 4, 2016



Word of the Day

battlement 

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Definition: (noun) A notched parapet built on top of a wall, with alternating merlons and crenels for decoration or defense.
Synonyms: crenelation, crenellation
Usage: I came upon it by a winding ledge of road, which clung to the bare side of the hill like the battlements of some huge castle.

Idiom of the Day

a bit of a stretch

A mild exaggeration beyond the truth or what is likely the case. More...

Article of the Day

The "Rat-Squirrel"

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When scientists discovered the Laotian rock rat, a large, rat-like creature with a thick, hairy tail, they believed that the animal was so different from known rodents that it warranted classification in a new, distinct family called Laonastidae. Shortly thereafter, another group of experts published their assertion that the animal was actually a member of the ancient fossil family Diatomyidae. Under what urban circumstances did researchers find the first Laotian rock rat specimens?
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This Day in History

Chicago Is Incorporated as a City (1837)

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In 1803, the US Army built Fort Dearborn on a tract of land along the Chicago River that had been acquired from the Native Americans after the Northwest Indian War. Over time, the settlement that grew up around the fort was incorporated as a city. A major port and the commercial, financial, industrial, and cultural center of the Midwest, Chicago is now the third-largest city in the US. Its name is derived from the Native American word shikaakwa, meaning "onion field," a reference to what?
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Today's Birthday

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (1678)

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Vivaldi was an Italian composer, considered the greatest master of Italian baroque. He became a priest in 1703 and spent most of his life after 1709 in Venice, teaching and playing the violin and writing music for the Pietà, a music conservatory for orphaned girls. Although he produced vocal music, including 46 operas, Vivaldi is best known for instrumental music, including The Four Seasons and nearly 500 concertos for violin and other instruments. Why was he nicknamed the "Red Priest"?
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Today's Holiday

World Day of Prayer

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The idea of designating a day for Christians to pray together was suggested in 1887 by the Presbyterian Church in the United States. Today, the observance has spread to other denominations, all of which hold the same service on the first Friday in March. The Church Women United movement organizes the observance and selects a theme upon which women around the world focus as they join together in prayer. The praying starts as soon as the sun crosses the International Date Line and travels westward around the globe.
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Quote of the Day

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I keep six honest serving-men
(They taught me all I knew);
Their names are What and Why and When
And How and Where and Who.

Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)

In the News

Exquisitely detailed 520 million-year-old fossil shows individual nerves

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Chengjiangocaris kunmingensis wasn't exactly a beautiful animal: The crustacean-like Cambrian creature had a long, segmented body and an unholy number of legs that it used to scuttle across the ocean floor. But scientists are oohing and ahhing over the ...
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