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Word of the Day, April 10, 2016

April 10, 2016



Word of the Day

soupcon 

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Definition: (noun) A very small amount; a trace.
Synonyms: mite, tinge, jot, hint, pinch, speck, touch
Usage: This dish could use a soupcon of salt.

Idiom of the Day

cut it close

To do or complete something very near to its limit, especially of time. More...

Article of the Day

The Flu

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Influenza, commonly known as "flu," is a highly contagious viral disease that is characterized by fever, respiratory symptoms, fatigue, and muscle pain. The word influenza stems from the Latin root influentia, meaning "influence of the stars," because before people knew that organisms cause disease, they thought that the stars influenced the spread of influenza. Between 1918 and 1919, how many people were killed in a worldwide lethal flu pandemic?
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This Day in History

First Arbor Day Celebrated (1872)

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Generally observed on the last Friday in April, Arbor Day is an unofficial US holiday designated as a day for planting trees. The holiday was founded by agriculturist Julius Sterling Morton, a Nebraska resident who believed that the prairies were in need of more trees to serve as windbreaks, hold moisture in the soil, and provide lumber for housing. To this end, he proposed that a specific day be set aside for the planting of trees. About how many trees were planted on the first Arbor Day?
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Today's Birthday

Joseph Pulitzer (1847)

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Born in Hungary, Pulitzer immigrated to the US during the Civil War and served in the Union Army. He later became a reporter and purchased and founded several newspapers, establishing the pattern of the modern newspaper by combining investigative reporting with publicity stunts, self-advertising, and sensationalism. In his will, he established the Pulitzer Prizes, annual awards for achievements in American journalism, letters, and music. What famous saying about journalism is attributed to him?
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Today's Holiday

Salvation Army Founder's Day

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April 10 is the day on which William Booth (1829-1912), founder of the international religious and charitable movement known as The Salvation Army, was born in Nottingham, England. With the help of his wife, Catherine, he established the East London Revival Society, which soon became known as the Christian Mission and, later, The Salvation Army. Although Booth's birthday is observed to varying degrees at Salvation Army outposts around the world, a major celebration was held on the organization's centennial in 1965.
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Quote of the Day

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When we quarrel, how we wish we had been blameless.

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

In the News

Exploding Stars Leave Radioactive Clues Beneath Earth's Oceans

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During the past 10 million years, a series of stars in the Earth's neighborhood exploded, raining a radioactive form of iron onto our planet that left its signature in the material beneath the world's oceans. The remnants of these supernovae hit the ...
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