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Word of the Day, April 13, 2017

April 13, 2017



Word of the Day

quagmire 

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Definition: (noun) Land with a soft muddy surface.
Synonyms: mire, morass, quag, slack
Usage: We had some difficulty in reaching the point, owing to the intolerably bad paths; for everywhere in the shade the ground soon becomes a perfect quagmire.

Idiom of the Day

in a/the flash of an/the eye

So quickly as to seem almost imperceptible (i.e., in the space of time it takes a person to blink). More...

Article of the Day

The Shroud of Turin

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The subject of intense study, the Shroud of Turin is a linen cloth bearing the image of a man who appears to have been crucified. Though carbon dating places the shroud's origin in the Middle Ages, some believe the image on the cloth is that of Jesus of Nazareth, recorded on the shroud at the time of his proclaimed resurrection. Skeptics, however, have dismissed the shroud as a medieval forgery created using paint or even crude photography. How recently did the shroud undergo carbon dating?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Expressing Equality Using "As . As"

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One way of expressing similarities, differences, or changes with comparative adverbs is by using the structure "as . as." What construction do we use to describe two things as equal?
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This Day in History

Sidney Poitier Becomes the First African American to Win Best Actor Oscar (1964)

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The first African American to achieve leading man status in Hollywood, Poitier began acting with the American Negro Theatre in New York City and made his film debut soon after. He won acclaim on Broadway for his role in 1959's A Raisin in the Sun and, in 1964, became the first African American to win the Academy Award for Best Actor, for his role in Lilies of the Field. Many of his films address issues of race, yet some have criticized his choice of film roles for what reason?
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Today's Birthday

Lanford Wilson (1937)

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One of the founders of the "off-off-Broadway" theater movement, Wilson began writing plays in 1962 and helped found the Circle Repertory Company in 1969. His plays frequently address themes of decay, solitude, and loss, and are known for their realistic dialogue in which monologue, conversation, and direct audience address overlap. His Pulitzer Prize-winning Talley's Folly depicts the post-Vietnam War world of a Southern family. What Russian work did he translate for the stage?
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Today's Holiday

Maundy Thursday (Holy Thursday)

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Also known as Sheer Thursday or Holy Thursday, this is the day preceding Good Friday. It commemorates Jesus' institution of the Eucharist during the Last Supper, celebrated by Christians since the middle of the fourth century. The Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion still celebrate the rites of Maundy Thursday, which may include handing out special coins known as "Maundy money" to the aged and the poor, instead of footwashing. Also on this day, the sacramental Holy Oils, or chrism, are blessed.
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Quote of the Day

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A man can never quite understand a boy, even when he has been the boy.

Gilbert Chesterton (1874-1936)

In the News

A 'Hot Zone' in the Brain May Reveal When, and Even What, We Dream

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Most of us have about five dreams each night, though we're not likely to remember any of them. But a team of researchers has found a pattern of brain activity that seems to reveal not only when the brain is generating a dream but something about the ...
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