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Word of the Day, December 1, 2016

December 1, 2016



Word of the Day

sagacity 

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Definition: (noun) The quality of being discerning, sound in judgment, and farsighted; wisdom
Synonyms: discernment, sagaciousness, judgment
Usage: Spies cannot be usefully employed without a certain intuitive sagacity.

Idiom of the Day

good God!

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Article of the Day

Abbas the Great

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Shah Abbas I ascended the Persian throne in the late 16th century, after participating in the coup that deposed his father. Persian artistic achievement flourished during Abbas's reign. The empire's new capital, Isfahan, was transformed into one of the world's most beautiful cities and quickly became one of the most important cultural centers in the Islamic world. Abbas's rule was tarnished, however, by his cruelty to his family. What did he do to three of his sons?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Parentheses

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Parentheses are used to separate information that is not necessary to the structure or meaning of the surrounding text. When can parentheses be replaced by em dashes?
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This Day in History

Portuguese Restoration War Begins (1640)

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Following the death of Henry, the cardinal-king of Portugal, in 1580, Philip II of Spain assumed control of Portugal by force of arms. The "Spanish captivity" lasted for 60 years. Finally, in 1640, the Portuguese took advantage of Philip IV's preoccupation with a rebellion in Catalonia and revolted. The Portuguese dethroned him and reclaimed independence for Portugal. Undeterred, Philip fought for decades to regain control of Portugal. When did Spain finally recognize Portugal's independence?
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Today's Birthday

Louis Allen "Lou" Rawls (1933)

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Rawls was an American soul, jazz, and blues singer known for his smooth vocal style. He began singing in his church choir at the age of seven and later sang with local Chicago groups. Though he was pronounced dead after a severe car accident in 1958 that left him in a coma for several days, he recovered and went on to enjoy a successful career, winning multiple Grammy Awards and selling more than 40 million records. Who once credited Rawls with having the "silkiest chops in the singing game"?
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Today's Holiday

Portugal Restoration of Independence Day

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This public holiday commemorates the restoration of Portugal's independence from Spain on December 1, 1640. Philip II (1527-1598) of Spain assumed control of Portugal in 1580 upon the death of Henry, prince of Portugal, and the "Spanish captivity" lasted for 60 years. Revolution began in Lisbon, and, in 1640, the Portuguese dethroned Philip IV (1605-1665; grandson of Philip II) and reclaimed independence for Portugal.
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Quote of the Day

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An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea at all.

Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)

In the News

This American Sparrow Could Be Gone in 50 Years, Say Conservationists

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The saltmarsh sparrow could soon become the first bird to go extinct in the continental United States in more than eighty years, according to a new report from the Connecticut Audubon Society. The population of saltmarsh sparrows, which reside on the East Coast ...
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