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Word of the Day, April 16, 2018

April 16, 2018



Word of the Day

waffle 

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Definition: (verb) Pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness.
Synonyms: hesitate, waver
Usage: The mayoral candidate waffled on his position regarding abortion and gay rights.

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Idiom of the Day

more haste, less speed

Acting too quickly and without due dilligence, focus, and attention to detail will result in avoidable mistakes and thus require even more time to complete the task satisfactorily. (The logic of the phrase is essentially "too much haste results in less overall speed.") Primarily heard in UK. More...

Article of the Day

Exquisite Corpse

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Exquisite corpse is an exercise in which a collection of words or images is assembled by several participants, each of whom adds to a composition by either following a predetermined sequence—such as adjective-noun-adverb-verb-article-adjective-noun—or by looking at the end of the previous entry. The name of the game is derived from the phrase that French Surrealists created when they first played it in 1925: "Le cadavre exquis boira le vin nouveau," which means what?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Defining Aspect

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Aspect is a grammatical element that has to do with how an action, state of being, or event as described by a verb relates to time. It is through aspect that we understand whether an action takes place at a single point in time, during a continuous range of time, or repetitively. How is aspect conveyed in a sentence?
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This Day in History

Chinese Submarine Suffers Mysterious Accident that Kills 70 (2003)

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A week and a half after a mysterious event left the entire 70-man crew of the Chinese Ming-class submarine No. 361 dead at their posts, the stricken vessel was spotted by fishermen and towed to shore. The official explanation for the disaster is that the crew suffocated when diesel engines failed to shut down while the vessel was submerged. What had allowed the crippled submarine to drift for over a week without raising concern?
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Today's Birthday

Sir John Franklin (1786)

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Franklin was a British Royal Navy officer and Arctic explorer who also served as governor of Tasmania. He is best remembered for presiding over a doomed expedition in the 1840s to chart the Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic. He and his crew fell prey to a host of ills, including starvation, disease, and lead poisoning. Of the entire expedition of nearly 130 men, not one is known to have survived. What evidence suggests that some of the crew members may have resorted to cannibalism?
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Today's Holiday

Sechseläuten

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This colorful springtime festival in Zurich, Switzerland, ushers in spring by exploding the Böögg ("snowman"), the symbol of winter. Sechseläuten means the "six-o'clock ringing." On Monday, members of the guilds parade through the city in medieval costumes, accompanied by bands. Everyone converges at six that evening; the bells ring, groups on horseback gallop around the Böögg (which is stuffed with cotton wadding and firecrackers) to the music of a hunting march, and then the Böögg explodes and burns. Torchlight parades go on into the night, and feasts are held at guild halls.
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Quote of the Day

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How is it that the poets have said so many fine things about our first love, so few about our later love? Are their first poems their best? Or are not those the best which come from their fuller thought, their larger experience, their deeper-rooted affections?

George Eliot (1819-1880)

In the News

These hummingbirds aim their singing tail feathers to wow mates

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There's more subtlety than humans have realized in dropping out of the sky so fast your tail feathers sing. Male Costa's hummingbirds in western North America are masters of the tail-screaming courtship plunge. Acoustic cameras recorded these repeated stunts and ...
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