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Word of the Day, December 25, 2016

December 25, 2016



Word of the Day

polymorphism 

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Definition: (noun) Crystallization of a compound in at least two distinct forms.
Synonyms: pleomorphism
Usage: Calcium carbonate possesses the characteristic of polymorphism, since it crystallizes as calcite or aragonite.

Idiom of the Day

heavy-hearted

Sorrowful; melancholy; depressed. More...

Article of the Day

Axolotl

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Found in lakes near Mexico City, axolotls are salamanders affected by a phenomenon called neoteny, which means that adults of the species often fail to undergo metamorphosis and reach reproductive maturity without losing their larval characteristics. They are able to regenerate most body parts and are used extensively in scientific research. Axolotls are also commonly kept as pets in several countries and are considered a delicacy in Mexico. What prevents axolotls from undergoing metamorphosis?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Reciprocal Pronouns

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Reciprocal pronouns are used to refer to two or more people who are or were the subject of the same verb, with all parties receiving the action in the same way. What are the two reciprocal pronouns in English?
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This Day in History

Charlemagne Crowned Emperor (800 CE)

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Charlemagne was king of the Franks (768–814) and emperor of the West (800–814). With the exception of the British Isles and parts of Italy and Spain, he united in one vast state almost all the Christian lands of Western Europe. After restoring Leo III to the papacy, he was crowned emperor in Rome on Christmas Day, 800 CE, finalizing the split between the Byzantine and Roman empires and marking the revival of the empire that was the forerunner of the Holy Roman Empire. What language did he speak?
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Today's Birthday

Louis Chevrolet (1878)

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Born in Switzerland, Chevrolet was an auto mechanic who emigrated to the US in 1900 to race cars. In 1905, he drove a mile in a record 52.8 seconds. In 1911, he founded the Chevrolet Motor Company with support from General Motors founder William C. Durant and designed its first car. He sold his interest in 1915 but continued making racecars. His cars won the Indy 500 in 1920 and 1921. He later formed an aircraft company with his brother, but the venture failed. Who drove his winning car in 1920?
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Today's Holiday

Christmas (Greece)

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According to Greek folklore, supernatural beings with unusual powers are present upon earth during the 12 days between Christmas Eve and Epiphany. The name for these spirits is kallikantzari, and they wander about during the Christmas season causing mischief. They are ugly and unkempt, and their favorite way of getting into the house is through the chimney, much like the traditional Santa Claus. Christmas masqueraders often dress in animal skins to represent these demons, and their jangling bells are supposed to drive the spirits away.
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Quote of the Day

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Love comforteth like sunshine after rain.

William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

In the News

World's Biggest Diamonds May Unlock Mysteries of Earth's Mantle, Say Geologists

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A new study of the world's largest diamonds has shown that they're not only more valuable for jewelers, but also for geologists by offering an invaluable glimpse at the makeup of the Earth's interior, hundreds of miles below the surface. Led by the Gemological ...
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