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Word of the Day, August 5, 2015

August 5, 2015



Word of the Day

fancier 

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Definition: (noun) A person having a strong liking for something.
Synonyms: enthusiast
Usage: I am somewhat of a fowl fancier, and I have seldom seen a better grown goose.

Article of the Day

The CIA

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Established in 1947, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is an independent executive bureau of the US government. Its primary function is obtaining and analyzing information about foreign governments, corporations, and persons, and reporting such information to the various branches of government. Congress placed restraints on its activities in the early 1970s, when reports that it had engaged in assassinations and domestic spying surfaced. How was CIA involved in the Watergate scandal?
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This Day in History

Cowra Breakout: One of the Biggest Escapes in History (1944)

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During World War II, Japanese prisoners of war at a camp near Cowra, Australia, orchestrated one of the largest prison escapes of the war. Armed only with makeshift weapons, hundreds of Japanese prisoners stormed the machine gun posts and overwhelmed the guards. Some prisoners, rather than escaping, attempted or committed suicide, or were killed by fellow soldiers. The breakout resulted in the deaths of four Australian soldiers and 231 Japanese prisoners. How many managed to escape?
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Today's Birthday

Joseph Merrick, "The Elephant Man" (1862)

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Known as "The Elephant Man," Merrick was an Englishman who suffered from a severely disfiguring disease, mistakenly thought to have been elephantiasis, that caused growths all over his skin and bone surfaces and made it difficult for him to walk and speak. He escaped from a workhouse at 21 to join a freak show, where he was discovered by a physician who later admitted him to London Hospital. He was cared for there until his death at age 27. What rare syndrome likely caused his deformities?
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Today's Holiday

Burkina Faso Independence Day

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Formerly called Upper Volta, Burkina Faso gained independence from France on August 5, 1960, an event commemorated as a national holiday each year. The area had been a French protectorate since the 1890s.
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Quote of the Day

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Books are good enough in their own way, but they are a mighty bloodless substitute for life.

Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894)

In the News

Here's Why You're Freezing in the Office

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Any office worker has seen it — the women wrapped up with sweaters with small heaters under their desks. In summer. It's all men's fault, researchers in the Netherlands say. Air conditioning systems are designed using a 1960s formula that assumed the ...
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