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Word of the Day, December 22, 2016

December 22, 2016



Word of the Day

inculcate 

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Definition: (verb) To teach (others) by frequent instruction or repetition.
Synonyms: infuse, instill
Usage: All of virtue and chivalry and true manhood which his old guardian had neglected to inculcate in the boy's mind the good priest planted there.

Idiom of the Day

(one's) heart's desire

Something one very much wants or needs. More...

Article of the Day

The Mad Baron

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Known as both the "Mad" and "Bloody" Baron, Baron Roman Ungern von Sternberg was a military commander who became an independent warlord after the Russian Civil War. A mystic who believed he was the reincarnation of Genghis Khan, he aimed to unite the Far-Eastern nations under one monarch. In 1921, he achieved this goal, becoming dictator of Mongolia before being captured by his own troops and executed by the Red Army. How did he trick the Chinese into abandoning Mongolia's capital city, Urga?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Prepositions in Idioms

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Many prepositions can be used with certain words or phrases to form idioms. These prepositional idioms typically begin or end with a preposition. How can prepositional idioms function in a sentence?
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This Day in History

Berlin's Brandenburg Gate Reopens (1989)

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The only remaining town gate of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate was modeled after the propylaeum of the Athenian Acropolis. Originally topped with the "Quadriga of Victory," a statue of a chariot drawn by four horses, it was heavily damaged in World War II but was later restored. In 1961, the Berlin Wall blocked access to it for both eastern and western Germans, but it was reopened in 1989 with the reunification of East and West Berlin. The gate was the backdrop for what historic speeches?
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Today's Birthday

Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887)

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Ramanujan was an Indian mathematician. Extremely poor, he was largely self-taught from age 15. In 1913, he began a correspondence with English mathematician Godfrey H. Hardy that took him to England, where he made advances, especially in the theory of numbers, the partition of numbers, and the theory of continued fractions. He died of tuberculosis at age 32, generally unknown but recognized by mathematicians as a phenomenal genius. What anecdote exists about Ramanujan and the number 1,729?
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Today's Holiday

Toji

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The earliest mention of Winter Solstice celebrations in Japan dates back at least to 725 CE and comes from records left by Emperor Shomu. It is an especially happy time for farmers, because it marks the time of year when the days begin to grow longer and the sun nearer. Many of the customs associated with Toji are still observed in rural areas—they include enjoying citrus baths, eating foods made from pumpkins (which is believed to bring good luck), and offering gifts to one's ancestors. Servants and workers are often given a day off, and many shrines sponsor bonfires.
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Quote of the Day

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Modern education includes morality; therefore the modern child seeks only entertainment in its wonder tales and gladly dispenses with all disagreeable incident.

L. Frank Baum (1856-1919)

In the News

Big Diamonds Bring Scientists a Message from Superdeep Earth

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Evan Smith wanted to get his hands on the world's biggest diamonds — the kind that sit atop royal scepters, and the ones that are always the target of elaborate movie heists. But this wasn't for some nefarious get-rich-quick scheme. It was for science. "The ...
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