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Word of the Day, March 31, 2017

March 31, 2017



Word of the Day

invective 

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Definition: (noun) Denunciatory or abusive language.
Synonyms: vituperation, vitriol
Usage: Bartle had become so excited and angry in the course of his invective that he had forgotten his supper.

Idiom of the Day

be losing it

To start becoming crazy, insane, or mentally unstable. More...

Article of the Day

Masamune Okazaki

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Widely recognized as Japan's greatest swordsmith, Masamune is thought to have forged most of his swords in the 14th c, but because no exact dates are known for his birth or death, he has attained an almost legendary status. With a reputation for superior beauty and quality—remarkable at a time when the steel used in sword making was often impure—his swords are often referred to by the name of their maker, much like famous works of art. What is the best known Masamune, and where is it today?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Focusing Adverbs that Partially Limit Information

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Focusing adverbs are used to draw attention to a particular part of a clause. Sometimes, we want to emphasize information that isn't completely limited, but rather partially limited. What is the partially limiting focusing adverb in the following sentence? "A few people were missing at the party, notably Tom."
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This Day in History

UNIVAC Computer Delivered to the US Census Bureau (1951)

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By 1870, the US population was so large that hand-counting the census was no longer feasible. Despite the invention of a counting machine, by the time the 1880 census was tabulated, it was almost 1890. Dealing with so much data remained a problem until the late 1940s, when the Census Bureau commissioned the first civilian computer. In 1951, it was used to count part of the 1950 census and was so successful that the bureau bought another. What presidential election did UNIVAC correctly predict?
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Today's Birthday

Jack Johnson (1878)

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The son of two ex-slaves, Johnson was the world's first African-American heavyweight champion. At the height of his career, Johnson was excoriated by the press for having twice married white women, and he offended white supremacists by defeating former champion James J. Jeffries, the "Great White Hope." In 1912, Johnson was convicted under the Mann Act for transporting his wife-to-be across state lines. Sentenced to a year in prison, he fled the country. What happened when he returned?
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Today's Holiday

First Monday Trade Days

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The First Monday Trade Days are a trading bazaar that each month brings 100-300,000 people to the small town of Canton, Texas. This legendary affair in northern Texas has its origins in the 1850s when the circuit court judge came to Canton on the first Monday of the month to conduct court proceedings. Farmers from the area would gather to sell or trade horses, conduct other business in town, and watch the occasional hanging. Now the flea market starts on Thursday and runs through the weekend before the first Monday, offering merchandise and food at more than 3,000 exhibition stalls.
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Quote of the Day

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In a democracy the poor will have more power than the rich, because there are more of them, and the will of the majority is supreme.

Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC)

In the News

Playing 'Tetris' after Trauma May Reduce Bad Flashbacks

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Playing the video game "Tetris" shortly after a traumatic event, such as a car crash, may reduce the risk of developing intrusive flashbacks of the event, a new study suggests. Researchers found that car crash survivors who played "Tetris" in the ...
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