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Word of the Day, October 5, 2017

October 5, 2017



Word of the Day

dander 

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Definition: (noun) Temper or anger.
Synonyms: hackles
Usage: He 'pears to know just how long he can torment me before I get my dander up.

Idiom of the Day

a licence to print money

An activity, business model, or company that yields very high profits but requires little or no effort to do so. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. More...

Article of the Day

The Reichstag Fire

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The 1933 fire at the German Parliament building known the Reichstag was a pivotal event in the establishment of Nazi Germany. Allegedly set by a Dutch communist, the fire was used by Adolf Hitler to turn public opinion against his opponents, especially the communists. Immediately after the fire, he enacted a decree suspending constitutional protection of personal rights, effectively establishing the Nazi Party dictatorship. Why do some believe the fire was set by the Nazis themselves?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Expressing Inequality 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." We can use that construction to say that two actions are unequal, as long as we add an auxiliary verb and what word to the sentence?
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This Day in History

First Episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus Airs on BBC (1969)

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A highly influential British sketch comedy show, Monty Python's Flying Circus ran until 1974 and subsequently spawned four movies and several live shows. With scenes such as "The Dead Parrot Sketch" and "The Spanish Inquisition," the innovative, disjointed, non-traditional show became a cult favorite noted for its surreal, sarcastic, innuendo-laden humor. Interspersed throughout the show were Terry Gilliam's iconic animations, including a giant, crushing foot taken from what painting?
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Today's Birthday

Larry Fine (1902)

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Fine was just a toddler when his left arm was badly burned by acid used in his father's Philadelphia jewelry store. To help strengthen his damaged arm, Fine learned to play violin, which led him to a career in vaudeville. In the 1920s, he joined the comedy act that would become The Three Stooges, catapulting him—and his trademark unruly hair—to fame in several feature films and hundreds of shorts. As a young man, what else did he do to strengthen his arm until his father made him stop?
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Today's Holiday

Sharad Purnima

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Hindus devote this day to the moon god, Hari. In the belief that amrit (elixir) is showered on the earth by moonbeams, they prepare khir (milk thickened with rice and mixed with sugar) on this day and offer it to Hari amid the ringing of bells and chanting of hymns. The mixture is left out in the moonshine all night so that it may absorb the amrit falling from the moon. The resulting khir is believed to possess special qualities. In the evening, the moon god is worshipped and offered food. The next morning, the specially prepared khir is given to the devotees.
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Quote of the Day

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It is not right to glory in the slain.

Homer (900 BC-800 BC)

In the News

Huge Siberian Eruptions Caused Mass Extinction and Left Signature in Rocks 3500 Miles Away

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About 252 million years ago, the world came very close to ending when the vast majority of species on the planet winked out of existence in an event known euphemistically as "The Great Dying." Somehow, very violently, the period known to scientists as ...
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