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Word of the Day, January 16, 2017

January 16, 2017



Word of the Day

sutler 

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Definition: (noun) A supplier of victuals or supplies to an army.
Synonyms: provisioner, victualler
Usage: The sutler loaded his mule with provisions and followed the army.

Idiom of the Day

hold the reins

To have or be in control, especially of a group, project, or situation. More...

Article of the Day

Hatching

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Hatching and cross-hatching are artistic techniques in which artists use closely-spaced parallel or crossed lines to create tonal or shading effects in their work. By varying the length, angle, spacing, and thickness of these lines, artists achieve a variety of visual effects. Western artists developed cross-hatching in the Middle Ages, and many 15th-century old master prints contain examples of the technique. Which artist is said to have perfected the techniques in his woodcuts and engravings?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Gerunds

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A gerund is the "-ing" form of a verb when it functions grammatically as a noun in a sentence. What is a gerund phrase?
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This Day in History

Miguel de Cervantes's Don Quixote Is Published (1605)

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A founding work of modern Western literature, Cervantes's Don Quixote presents a profound picture of the divide between idealistic and realistic world views. A burlesque of chivalric romances, it was an immediate success. In 1614, a spurious Part II was published by an unidentified author who insulted Cervantes in his prologue. Offended, Cervantes responded by publishing his own Part II, which some literary critics consider superior to Part I. What is Don Quixote's real name in the book?
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Today's Birthday

Eric Henry Liddell (1902)

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Liddell was a Scottish athlete and missionary. Because of his Christian convictions, Liddell refused to run track events on Sundays, a decision that forced him to withdraw from his best event, the 100-meter sprint, during the 1924 Paris Olympics. Instead, he ran the 400 meters, winning the gold medal and breaking the existing world record. His story is depicted in the Academy Award-winning 1981 film Chariots of Fire. Why is he listed in some literature as China's first Olympic champion?
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Today's Holiday

Ati-Atihan Festival

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This is one of the most colorful festivals in the Philippines, held in Kalibo, the capital city of the province of Aklan. Originally falling on the Feast Day of Santo Niño, the celebration combines Christian and non-Christian elements. During the present-day festival, revelers cover their skin with soot and wear Ati costumes that are patchworks of coconut shells, feathers, and fronds. They converge on the main streets, pound their spears, and repeatedly dance a two-step dance. From a distance, the celebrants look like a solid mass of people lurching in a frenzied rhythm.
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Quote of the Day

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The man who is not loved hovers like a vulture over the sweetheart of others.

Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

In the News

The Curious Case of the Hyolith, an Ancient 'Ice Cream Cone' That's Found a Home

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It has spent some 175 years homeless, wandering many paths of taxonomy without a single branch to call its own. In the time since it was first described, this now-extinct, cone-shaped sea creature has known a number of presumed families — from mollusks ...
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