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Word of the Day, September 29, 2017

September 29, 2017



Word of the Day

polarity 

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Definition: (noun) The possession or manifestation of two opposing attributes, tendencies, or principles.
Synonyms: mutual opposition
Usage: The women did not allow their political polarity to damage their lifelong friendship.

Idiom of the Day

let it slip

To accidentally or inadvertently reveal a given secret or important piece of information. More...

Article of the Day

Pollywogs and Shellbacks

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Originally created as a test to ensure new sailors were capable of handling long, rough stretches at sea, the "Crossing the Line" ceremony is an initiation rite used by many navies to commemorate a sailor's first crossing of the equator. Sailors who have already crossed the equator are nicknamed Shellbacks; those who have not are called Pollywogs. Many navies now have regulations to prevent hazing during the tradition, which often involves various physical tests. What is a Golden Shellback?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Categories of Dependent Clauses

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Because dependent clauses must be a part of or attached to an independent clause, they serve a variety of grammatical functions depending on what type of dependent clause we are using. What are the three primary categories of dependent clauses?
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This Day in History

Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II Is Excommunicated (1227)

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Prior to being excommunicated the first of several times, Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II had planned to go on a crusade. However, an epidemic waylaid him and a large part of his army, delaying the conquest. As a result, he was excommunicated by Pope Gregory IX. He eventually went on the postponed crusade and became king of Jerusalem. With Italy as the center of his power, Frederick, a religious skeptic, was in frequent conflict with the papacy. Frederick wrote the first book on what subject?
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Today's Birthday

Gene Autry (1907)

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Probably the most successful "singing cowboy" in American film, Autry began performing on the radio during the 1920s in Oklahoma. He moved to Hollywood in the early 30s and went on to star in nearly 100 films, becoming America's top Western star from 1937 to 1943. He usually played a singing hero astride his famous horse, Champion. He wrote and recorded hundreds of songs, including his signature song, "Back in the Saddle Again." What well-known Christmas song was Autry's biggest hit?
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Today's Holiday

State Fair of Texas

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Not surprisingly, the State Fair of Texas is one of the nation's biggest state fairs, claiming more than three million visitors to the 200-acre Fair Park in Dallas. The fair began in 1887, and in 1952 Big Tex, its symbol of bigness, arrived. Big Tex is a 52-foot-tall cowboy with a 30-foot chest and 7'8" biceps, wearing a five-foot-high, 75-gallon cowboy hat. The cowboy stands in the middle of the fairgrounds booming out welcomes and announcements. Among fair events are a college football game, concerts, and parades.
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Quote of the Day

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I can resist everything except temptation.

Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)

In the News

Fall in Love With This Newly Discovered Giant Island Rat

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When mammalogist Tyrone Lavery traveled to the island of Vangunu in 2010 to research the region's mammals, the last thing he expected was that he'd be embarking on a seven-year search for an undiscovered species. Vanganu, a 210-square-mile island belonging to ...
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