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Word of the Day, December 26, 2016

December 26, 2016



Word of the Day

comedo 

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Definition: (noun) A plug of keratin and sebum within a hair follicle that is blackened at the surface.
Synonyms: blackhead
Usage: On the morning of the school dance, she was dismayed to discover a large comedo on her chin.

Idiom of the Day

H-E-double-hockey-sticks

A euphemistic spelling of "hell," referring to each L resembling a hockey stick in shape. More...

Article of the Day

Mechanical Puzzles

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These puzzles are comprised of mechanically interlinked pieces that must be manipulated in a certain way in order for them to be assembled, disassembled, and otherwise solved. The oldest known example, from the 3rd century BCE, consists of a square divided into 14 parts that fit together to form other shapes. Mechanical puzzles have since taken on myriad forms, including dexterity and disentanglement puzzles, trick vessels, and impossible objects. What is the most well-known impossible object?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Aspect

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Aspect has to do with how an action, state of being, or event as described by a verb relates to time. It is often confused with tense. How do aspect and tense differ?
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This Day in History

Boston Red Sox Sell Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees (1919)

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Between 1914 and 1919, Ruth compiled an outstanding pitching record, but because pitchers do not play in every game, he was shifted to the outfield so that his powerful hitting could be used consistently. The following season, he was sold to the New York Yankees, and his batting feats and public personality helped salvage baseball's popularity, which had been damaged by the Black Sox scandal. According to legend, Ruth was sold by the owner of the Red Sox in order to finance what?
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Today's Birthday

George Dewey (1837)

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Dewey was an American admiral and a hero of the Battle of Manila. He graduated from the US Naval Academy and served with Union naval forces in the American Civil War. In the Spanish-American War (1898), his Asiatic Squadron sailed to the Philippines and defeated the Spanish fleet at the Battle of Manila Bay, destroying eight Spanish ships in six hours and suffering only one American fatality. His victory led to the US acquisition of the Philippines. What rank did Congress create for him in 1899?
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Today's Holiday

Fiesta de Sumamao

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The Argentine ritual drama known as sumamao ("beautiful river") is named after the location in which it is traditionally performed—near the Rio Dulce. On San Esteban's (St. Stephen's) Day, December 26, an avenue of arcos, or arches, tied together by cords hung with ichas (cakes in the form of puppets), leads up to the altar. The drama begins at dawn with trumpets and fireworks, followed by a slow procession through the arches. The rest of the drama unfolds throughout the day, culminating in the demolition of the arcos and the eating of the ichas.
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Quote of the Day

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This simple accident of falling in love is as beneficial as it is astonishing.

Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894)

In the News

Mysterious Metallic Sound in the Mariana Trench Finally Identified

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An otherworldly noise that was recorded near the Mariana Trench could be a never-before-heard whale call. Dubbed the "Western Pacific Biotwang," this newly discovered call might be from a minke whale — a type of baleen whale — according to the researchers ...
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