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Word of the Day, May 6, 2017

May 6, 2017



Word of the Day

exigency 

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Definition: (noun) Urgent requirements; pressing needs. Often used in the plural.
Synonyms: need, demand, requirement, necessity, constraint, wont
Usage: The reduction was caused by the exigencies of a wartime economy.

Idiom of the Day

in the circumstances

Due to the conditions or particular situation; such as the case is. More...

Article of the Day

Vertigo

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Derived from a Latin phrase meaning "a condition of turning about," the term vertigo is used in medical circles to describe the sensation of spinning or swaying while the body is stationary. Usually associated with a disturbance in the inner ear balance mechanism, the brain, or nerve connections between the two, vertigo is a major symptom of a balance disorder. There are two types of vertigo: subjective and objective. What is the difference between the two?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Defining Declension

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Declension collectively refers to the inflection (change in form) of nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and adverbs to reflect certain aspects of how they are used in a sentence. How does declension differ from conjugation?
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This Day in History

The Hindenburg Disaster (1937)

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Launched in 1936 in Germany, the Hindenburg was the largest rigid airship ever constructed and was promoted by the Nazis as a symbol of national pride. It started the first commercial air service across the North Atlantic and made several trips to the Americas. On one such trip, the hydrogen-filled airship violently and unexpectedly exploded in flames and crashed in New Jersey, killing 35 of the 97 people on board. What non-flammable gas was originally supposed to provide the airship's lift?
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Today's Birthday

Maximilien François Marie Isidore de Robespierre (1758)

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Robespierre was one of the leading figures of the French Revolution. He was elected to the National Assembly in 1789 and became an influential orator. After calling for the execution of the king in 1792, he led the Jacobins and the Committee of Public Safety in establishing the Reign of Terror, during which hundreds of thousands of political opponents were arrested and thousands were guillotined. In 1794, he was overthrown and executed. What was his role in the Cult of the Supreme Being?
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Today's Holiday

Kentucky Derby

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The Kentucky Derby is the greatest and most glamorous horse race in America, run since 1875 in Louisville, Kentucky. It is a one-and-one-quarter-mile race for three-year-old thoroughbreds and is the first race in the Triple Crown. The Derby became Louisville's major social occasion of the year; women to this day wear their most stylish hats to the racetrack, and there are numerous lavish Derby breakfasts and parties. And, of course, the Derby wouldn't be the Derby without mint juleps, the bourbon-and-mint drink served in cold silver cups.
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Quote of the Day

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God is for men and religion is for women.

Joseph Conrad (1857-1924)

In the News

An 'Exercise Pill' May Replace Workouts in the Future

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Anyone with a job, kids, or heck, a life knows fitting in fitness isn't always easy. Then there are the folks who can't exercise at all — be it due to a pre-existing health condition or old age. If you're among those groups, but want to reap the ...
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