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Word of the Day, November 3, 2017

November 3, 2017



Word of the Day

excavate 

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Definition: (verb) Remove the inner part or the core of.
Synonyms: dig, hollow
Usage: The mining company wants to excavate the hillside and build a tunnel.

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Idiom of the Day

hit a brick wall

To come up against an immovable or insurmountable difficulty or obstacle. More...

Article of the Day

Attachment Therapy

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Attachment therapy refers to a category of mental health interventions used to treat patients with attachment disorders, behavioral disorders caused by the lack of an emotionally secure attachment to a caregiver in the first two years of life and characterized by an inability to form healthy relationships. While there are attachment-related interventions based on generally accepted theory, some treatments are so controversial that they have been banned. Which methods are most strongly opposed?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Modal Verbs that Indicate Possibility

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Because modal auxiliary verbs can be quite similar in how they are used, it is sometimes unclear when it's more appropriate to use one instead of another. For instance, we use "may," and "might" to express a possibility. Which of these verbs tends to express less certainty or a lower likelihood?
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This Day in History

Laika the Dog Launched into Outer Space (1957)

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Soviet scientists found her wandering the streets of Moscow. Nicknamed Laika, or "Barker," the little stray dog was recruited because she had already learned to withstand hunger and cold—two things she might experience in space. After intensive training, Laika became the first animal to be launched into orbit. Though she survived the launch—and even ate some food while in orbit—her capsule was not designed for a return trip. Within hours, she overheated and died. How long did the capsule orbit?
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Today's Birthday

Stephen Fuller Austin (1793)

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Austin was the founder of the first legal colony of English-speaking people in Mexican Texas. Following the death of his father, who had conceived the plan, Austin led 300 families to settle on the Brazos River in 1822. As his colony prospered, US immigrants poured into Mexico. Initially opposed to Texan independence, Austin tried to organize Texas as a Mexican state. He was instead imprisoned by the government for treason, after which he supported the Texas Revolution. What were his last words?
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Today's Holiday

Panama Independence Days

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Panama celebrates two Independence Days: November 28, the anniversary of freedom from Spain, and November 3, the anniversary of independence from Colombia. After gaining independence from Spain on November 28, 1821, Panama joined the Republic of Greater Colombia. For 50 years, Panama struggled for complete autonomy. In 1903, Colombia and Panama disagreed on whether to let the U.S. build a canal at Panama. With U.S. backing, Panama broke away on November 3, 1903, and the canal was built. November 3 is celebrated with parades and fireworks in Panama City.
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Quote of the Day

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My dreams were at once more fantastic and agreeable than my writings.

Mary Shelley (1797-1851)

In the News

Humans didn't outsmart the Neanderthals. We just outlasted them.

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By the standards of the Paleolithic age, members of Homo neanderthalensis were the height of sophistication. These ancient hominins ranged across Europe and parts of Asia for more than 300,000 years, producing tools, jewelry and impressive cave ...
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