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Word of the Day, October 4, 2016

October 4, 2016



Word of the Day

sunstone 

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Definition: (noun) A translucent quartz spangled with bits of mica or other minerals.
Synonyms: aventurine
Usage: He loved the red gold of the sunstone, and the moonstone's pearly whiteness, and the broken rainbow of the milky opal.

Idiom of the Day

have a say (in something)

To have an active and participatory role in making or influencing a decision about something. More...

Article of the Day

Electron Microscopes

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Producing images of specimens magnified to about 2 million times their natural size—compared to just 2,000 for common light microscopes—electron microscopes use electron beams to resolve the minute structural details present in samples. An integral part of many laboratories, electron microscopes are used by researchers to examine biological materials, such as microorganisms, cells, and medical biopsy samples. Why are samples sometimes coated with gold before they are magnified?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Common Prepositional Errors

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Some common errors that arise when trying to determine the appropriate preposition to use with a particular kind of verb. How are prepositions used with transitive verbs?
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This Day in History

Sputnik 1 Launch Begins the Space Race (1957)

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The first artificial satellite, Sputnik I, was launched by the USSR in 1957 and spurred the dormant US space program into action, leading to an international competition popularly known as the "space race." Explorer I, the first American satellite, was launched just months later, in January 1958. In the decade that followed, the US and the USSR launched approximately 50 space probes between them to explore the Moon. What project is said to have marked the end of the space race?
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Today's Birthday

Rutherford B. Hayes (1822)

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After fighting in the Union army in the American Civil War, Hayes served in the US House of Representatives and then as governor of Ohio. In 1876, he won the Republican nomination for president. His opponent, Samuel Tilden, won a larger popular vote, but the election was so close that a special commission had to decide the issue. It eventually ruled in Hayes's favor. What concessions did Hayes make as part of a secret compromise reached with Southerners during the electoral dispute?
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Today's Holiday

Fiesta of San Francisco (San Pacho)

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In Quibdó, Colombia, the Fiesta of San Francisco is one of the biggest celebrations of the year. The procession on October 4 is the highlight of the festival, but several days of sports—including boxing, horse racing, cycling, and pig-catching contests—precede this. The streets are filled with people dressed up as devils, savages, and various animals, and there are dancing and fireworks every night. On the final day, there is an afternoon procession, in which everyone accompanies the statue of St. Francis as it is carried through the streets of Quibdó.
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Quote of the Day

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Men become old, but they never become good.

Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)

In the News

How a Strange Triassic Reptile Could Change What an Arm Looks Like

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Most forearms look the same. Whether the animal is a human, a cat, or even a Tyrannosaurus rex, the same bones attach in about the same places to form roughly the same shaped limb. But not in the Triassic reptile Drepanosaurus. The strange Drepanosaurus ...
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