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Word of the Day, November 4, 2016

November 4, 2016



Word of the Day

homily 

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Definition: (noun) A sermon, especially one intended to edify a congregation on a practical matter and not intended to be a theological discourse.
Synonyms: preachment
Usage: The priest addressed a hasty homily to the pair on the perils of life, on the duties they must, some day, inculcate upon their children.

Idiom of the Day

have the goods on (someone)

To have incriminating evidence or proof against someone. More...

Article of the Day

Mongolian Script

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The classic Mongolian script was the first of many writing systems created for the Mongolian language. It is still in use today—having been only slightly modified since its initial development—in China's Inner Mongolia region. The script was created in the early 13th century, when Genghis Khan ordered a captured scribe to create a writing system. In 1587, a number of new characters were devised to transcribe sounds from foreign languages. In what direction is Mongolian script written?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Objects

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Grammatical objects are nouns or pronouns that complete the meaning of verbs and prepositions. What is an indirect object?
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This Day in History

Iran Hostage Crisis Begins (1979)

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In 1979, an Islamic revolutionary government overthrew Muhammad Reza Shah Pahlevi of Iran. When the exiled shah was admitted to the US for medical treatment, a crowd of about 500 seized the US embassy in Tehran, demanding the shah's extradition. US President Jimmy Carter halted Iranian oil imports and froze Iranian assets, but his diplomatic initiatives proved fruitless, and a US rescue mission failed. Fifty-two hostages were held for 444 days until the end of the crisis in 1981. How did it end?
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Today's Birthday

Guido Reni (1575)

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Reni was an Italian painter and engraver whose style was influenced by his rival, Caravaggio. Reni was apprenticed to Flemish painter Denis Calvaert as a boy and by 23 had been commissioned by the government to execute decorative frescoes for the facade of the Palazzo Pubblico. Shortly thereafter, he made the first of his many trips to Rome, where he executed many important commissions, including the celebrated ceiling fresco Aurora. What are some of Reni's other well-known works?
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Today's Holiday

Tonga National Day

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Located in the Pacific Ocean some 1,250 miles north of New Zealand, the island nation of Tonga consists of about 150 islands, 36 of which are inhabited. With a population of about 120,000, Tonga is ruled by a royal family that goes back to 1831. On November 4, 1875, King George Tupou I gave his consent to the constitution of the new nation of Tonga. Celebrated for many years as Tonga Constitution Day, the holiday was renamed by the government in 2006 as Tonga National Day and pronounced as an occasion to celebrate the country's heritage as a whole.
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Quote of the Day

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When I read a book I seem to read it with my eyes only, but now and then I come across a passage, perhaps only a phrase, which has a meaning for me, and it becomes part of me.

W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965)

In the News

How NASA Has the Tools to 'Sniff' Out Life on Mars

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A team of NASA researchers have developed a "sniffer" with "a nose for certain molecules." The instrument could analyze dust on Mars for signs of life. Inspired by a sensor currently used by the US military to scan the air for potentially dangerous chemicals and ...
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