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Word of the Day, June 28, 2015

June 28, 2015



Word of the Day

ventail 

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Definition: (noun) A medieval hood of mail suspended from a basinet to protect the head and neck.
Synonyms: camail
Usage: The sword caught him just below the jaw, but the ventail protected his neck.

Article of the Day

Geneva

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Geneva is the second largest city in Switzerland. Situated on the Lake of Geneva and divided by the Rhône River, it became a focal point of the Reformation when John Calvin arrived there in 1536, after the city expelled its bishop. The city's intellectual life reached its zenith in the 18th century, when the stern theocracy of Calvin had mellowed into patrician rule and Voltaire and Rousseau were among the city's residents. What important international organizations are headquartered there?
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This Day in History

Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated (1914)

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Nephew of Francis Joseph, emperor of Austria and king of Hungary, Ferdinand became heir apparent in 1896. While visiting Sarajevo, he and his wife were assassinated by Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip. Austria soon declared war on Serbia, prompting countries allied with Austria-Hungary—the Central Powers—and those allied with Serbia—the Triple Entente—to declare war on each other, precipitating WWI. The assassination was not the first attempt on his life. What had happened earlier that day?
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Today's Birthday

Paul Rubens (1577)

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Rubens was a prolific 17th-century Flemish Baroque painter whose exuberant style emphasized movement, color, and sensuality. Known for his altarpieces, portraits, and landscapes, Rubens ran a large studio in Antwerp where he produced more than 2,000 paintings by supervising an enormous workshop of skilled apprentices. Also a diplomat, Rubens was knighted by both Philip IV of Spain and Charles I of England. Aspects of Rubens's paintings gave rise to the term "Rubenesque," which means what?
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Today's Holiday

Svenskarnas Dag

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Svenskarnas Dag honors the Swedish heritage of the people of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and the longest day of the year. When the festival first started in 1934, it was observed in August, but in 1941 the day was changed to the fourth Sunday in June so that it would coincide with midsummer observances in Sweden. The festival includes a band concert, Swedish folk dancing, choral group performances, and the crowning of a Midsummer Queen. A national celebrity of Swedish descent is often asked to officiate at this one-day event, which attracts more than 100,000 visitors each year.
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Quote of the Day

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Follow your honest convictions and be strong.

William Makepeace Thackeray (1811-1863)

In the News

New Species: Hairy-Chested Yeti Crab Found in Antarctica

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It's white. It's hairy. It's elusive. It's a yeti . crab. Meet Kiwa tyleri, the newest member of the yeti crab family and the first to be found in the cold waters off Antarctica. Unlike its Abominable Snowman namesake, this clawed crustacean ranges ...
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