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Word of the Day, December 21, 2017

December 21, 2017



Word of the Day

extempore 

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Definition: (adjective) Spoken, carried out, or composed with little or no preparation or forethought.
Synonyms: ad-lib, extemporaneous, impromptu, off-the-cuff, offhand, offhanded, unrehearsed
Usage: The class performed an extempore skit that condensed the complex plot of Shakespeare's Hamlet into a single, 15-minute act.

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Idiom of the Day

have a heavy heart

To have a dejected or miserable attitude or disposition; to be in a depressed or grievous state. More...

Article of the Day

Faraday Cages

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In 1836, scientist Michael Faraday observed that a charge on a conductor resides only on its surface and does not impact anything enclosed within. To demonstrate this, he coated a room with metal foil, had high-voltage discharges strike its exterior, and showed with an electroscope that no electric charge reached the interior. Today, any container made of a conductor that shields its interior from electric fields is called a Faraday cage. What common modes of transportation act as Faraday cages?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

The Coordinating Conjunction "Nor"

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"Nor" is one of the most limited coordinating conjunctions. It's used to present an additional negative idea when a negative idea has already been stated. When "nor" is used to join two independent clauses, what must be used in the second clause?
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This Day in History

Marie and Pierre Curie Discover Radium (1898)

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Scientists Marie and Pierre Curie were working with pitchblende, a heavy mineral known to contain the radioactive element uranium, when they noticed something unusual. Somehow, the pitchblende was more radioactive than the uranium it contained. The culprit was radium, a previously unknown element present in pitchblende only in trace amounts—yet more than a million times more radioactive than uranium. What common household products contained radium until it was discovered to be dangerous?
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Today's Birthday

Cicely Isabel Fairfield, AKA Dame Rebecca West (1892)

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One of the most highly regarded British prose writers of the 20th century, West began her career as a journalist for feminist and suffragist publications. She then served as a literary critic and political writer for American and British journals. Her admired reports on the Nuremberg Trials were collected in A Train of Powder, and her history of Yugoslavia, Black Lamb and Grey Falcon, is a classic work of travel literature. Why did West have to be evacuated from her home in 1980?
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Today's Holiday

Feast of Juul

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The Feast of Juul was a pre-Christian festival observed in Scandinavia at the time of the Winter Solstice. Fires were lit to symbolize the heat, light, and life-giving properties of the returning sun. A Yule (or Juul) log was brought in with great ceremony and burned on the hearth in honor of the Scandinavian god Thor. A piece of the log was kept as both a token of good luck and as kindling for the following year's log. The present-day custom of lighting a Yule log at Christmas is believed to have originated in the bonfires associated with the Feast of Juul.
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Quote of the Day

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The latter part of a wise man's life is taken up in curing the follies, prejudices, and false opinions he had contracted in the former.

Jonathan Swift (1667-1745)

In the News

Can a cup of hot tea every day keep glaucoma away?

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Your morning cup of tea may have more power than you thought. Researchers have found that drinking a cup of hot tea at least once a day may lower the risk of developing glaucoma, one of the leading causes of blindness worldwide. Glaucoma causes fluid pressure to ...
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