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Word of the Day, December 12, 2016

December 12, 2016



Word of the Day

runnel 

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Definition: (noun) A small stream; a brook.
Synonyms: streamlet, rill, rivulet, run
Usage: He could tell from the impression carved into the landscape that the runnel's flow had drifted a few feet to the north.

Idiom of the Day

have the world by the tail

To be very successful, contented, and happy in life. More...

Article of the Day

Automatic Writing

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Used as a form of channeling by proponents of Spiritualism and the New Age movement, automatic writing is a writing process that is performed without conscious thought or deliberation, at times, while the writer is in a trancelike state. Practitioners often attribute the resulting message to aliens, the deceased, the subconscious, or even God. Skeptics note, however, that there is no evidence to support such claims. Which books have allegedly been written using this technique?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Personal Pronouns - Case

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Case is the manner by which a noun is inflected depending on its grammatical function as a subject or object in a sentence. While the English language has largely discarded its case system, personal pronouns are one area in which the case system is still active, being inflected depending on whether they function as what?
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This Day in History

Kenya Gains Independence from the United Kingdom (1963)

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European settlers began establishing themselves as large-scale farmers in the Kenyan highlands in 1903, taking lands from local tribes like the Kikuyu and Masai. In 1920, the British designated the interior of the region Kenya Colony and a coastal strip the Protectorate of Kenya. Africans began protesting their inferior status, and the Kikuyu staged an armed revolt in the 1950s. Britain eventually put down the rebellion, but Kenya gained its independence soon after. Who was its first president?
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Today's Birthday

Edvard Munch (1863)

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Best known as the painter of The Scream, Munch was a Norwegian artist and an important forerunner of expressionistic art. His early life was marked by the deaths of his mother and favorite sister, and he said about his father: "From him I inherited the seeds of madness." Aestheticizing his trauma, Munch visually explored primal themes like death, sex, and fear. Reaction to his stark and sometimes fearsome images caused his first major exhibition to be closed. How did he feel about this?
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Today's Holiday

Jamhuri Day

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The biggest of the national holidays in Kenya, Jamhuri is observed to commemorate the full independence of Kenya from the British in 1963. A year later, the country became a republic with Jomo Kenyatta (c. 1894-1978) as the first president. The day is celebrated nationwide but with special events in Nairobi: speeches by the president and other officials, parades, fireworks, and ngomas (dances) performed in public plazas.
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Quote of the Day

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It's so easy to be wicked without knowing it, isn't it?

Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942)

In the News

Flickering Lights May Illuminate a Path to Alzheimer's Treatment

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New research demonstrates that, in mice whose brains are under attack by Alzheimer's dementia, exposure to lights that flicker at a precise frequency can right the brain's faulty signaling and energize its immune cells to fight off the disease. Light ...
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