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Word of the Day, March 12, 2017

March 12, 2017



Word of the Day

patella 

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Definition: (noun) A flat triangular bone located at the front of the knee joint.
Synonyms: kneecap, kneepan
Usage: Having learned his lesson, the rollerblader wore kneepads to protect his patellae from further injury.

Idiom of the Day

be (someone's) huckleberry

dated To be well or perfectly suited to someone's job, need, or purpose. Primarily heard in US. More...

Article of the Day

Bloatware

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During the 1970s, computer system resources like disk space and memory were fairly limited, and software developers worked long hours to produce small, efficient software products. Although technology has since improved, the industry's focus on marketing and rapid coding has resulted in the proliferation of bloatware—software that gets larger and more complex with each version without providing obvious benefits to users. Which of today's programs are often cited as examples of bloatware?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Viewpoint Adverbs

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Viewpoint adverbs are used to indicate whose point of view we are expressing, or to specify what aspect of something we are talking about. What do they modify in a sentence?
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This Day in History

First "Fireside Chat" by US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1933)

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The "fireside chats" were a series of informal radio speeches delivered by president Roosevelt beginning in 1933, when the US was in the midst of the Great Depression and a third of Americans were unemployed. With his calm manner and simple way of explaining issues, Roosevelt discussed such issues as the banking crisis, the New Deal program, and the drought. During WWII, he reported on the progress of the war and discussed national defense. How many fireside chats did he deliver in all?
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Today's Birthday

Vaslav Nijinsky (1890)

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Nijinsky was a ballet dancer and ballet's first modernist choreographer. One of the greatest dancers of the 20th century, he performed spectacular leaps with unrivaled grace. During his career, his innovations were considered both scandalous and revolutionary. He had a romantic relationship with his mentor, Sergey Diaghilev, who dismissed him from the Ballets Russes when he married a Hungarian countess. A few years later, acute schizophrenia ended his career. Did he and Diaghilev ever reconcile?
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Today's Holiday

Mauritius Independence Day

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This national holiday commemorates the day in 1968 when Mauritius gained independence from Britain, after being under its rule since the early 19th century.
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Quote of the Day

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The only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it.

Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)

In the News

Maybe You, Too, Could Become A Super Memorizer

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There is such a thing as a memory athlete. These are people who can memorize a truly insane amount of information really quickly, like the order of playing cards in a deck in under 20 seconds, or 200 new names and faces in a matter of minutes. Neuroscientists
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