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Word of the Day, July 11, 2015

July 11, 2015



Word of the Day

capote 

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Definition: (noun) A long, usually hooded cloak or coat.
Synonyms: hooded coat
Usage: The men wore matching black capotes with hoods that obscured their features, and we watched in terror as they advanced in the dim light.

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The Khmer Rouge

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The Khmer Rouge was a Cambodian Communist movement that was active as a guerrilla force from 1970 to the late 1990s and held power under the leadership of Pol Pot from 1975 to 1979. The Khmer Rouge is remembered largely for causing the deaths of up to 1.5 million people through execution, starvation, and forced labor. A tribunal consisting of both Cambodian and international judges was established in 2006 to try former Khmer Rouge leaders. Who were the "New People?"
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This Day in History

The Oka Crisis (1990)

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This 1990 confrontation between the Mohawk nation and the town of Oka, Quebec, was the first of several violent conflicts between the First Nations and the Canadian government. It began when developers tried to turn a plot of land into a golf course. Because that land contained a burial ground and sacred pine grove, members of the Mohawk community blockaded the area. Canadian troops were sent in, and a 78-day standoff ensued, ending with the Mohawks' surrender. What happened to the golf course?
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Today's Birthday

Millie and Christine McCoy (1851)

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Millie and Christine McCoy were American conjoined twins born to slaves and sold to showman J.P. Smith as infants. A rival showman kidnapped the girls, but Smith reclaimed them. He taught them to speak five languages, play music, and sing, and the twins enjoyed a successful career under the stage names "The Two-Headed Nightingale" and "The Eighth Wonder of the World." In 1912, the girls died of tuberculosis just 17 hours apart. What was the title of the book sold at their public appearances?
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Today's Holiday

St. Placidus Festival

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Sankt Placidusfest is a religious procession held on July 11 at Disentis, Switzerland, in honor of St. Placidus, who was murdered near the Benedictine abbey that he and St. Sigisbert helped establish there in 614. Every year, the relics of St. Placidus and St. Sigisbert are carried in a solemn procession from the abbey to the parish church and back through the village to the abbey. Traditionally, during the ceremonies, parishioners in colorful folk costumes chant the old, and very long, "Song of St. Placidus."
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Quote of the Day

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I feel monotony and death to be almost the same.

Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855)

In the News

Experts Warn about New Social Media Trend Called Sunburn Art

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A new social media trend is taking over Instagram but experts warn it could be very dangerous. The hashtag #SunburnArt has quickly been making its way across social media platforms the past few weeks. It's done by creating designs by exposing certain ...
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