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Word of the Day, April 27, 2018

April 27, 2018

Word of the Day


Definition: (verb) Wear off or die down.
Synonyms: lessen
Usage: The doctor told me that the pain should subside during the night and that I should feel much better by morning.

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Idiom of the Day

move through the gears

To steadily increase one's momentum, as of speed, intensity, progress, or success. More...

Article of the Day


Derived from the Ancient Greek expression meaning "good death," euthanasia refers to the practice of ending a life, typically in cases of terminal illness, either by painlessly causing death or failing to prevent death from natural causes. Illegal in most countries, euthanasia is a controversial subject, not only because of the many moral dilemmas associated with it, but also because the word itself can be defined in many ways. What does Hippocrates say about euthanasia in the Hippocratic Oath?

Daily Grammar Lesson

Omitting Relative Pronouns

Sometimes, especially in informal writing, relative pronouns can be omitted altogether. In order for this to be done, how must the relative pronoun be used in the sentence?

This Day in History

Disgruntled Engineer Jams HBO's Satellite Signal (1986)

In the early morning hours of April 27, 1986, a Florida electronics store owner moonlighting as a satellite uplink technician decided to protest what he considered unfair programming subscription rates for satellite dish owners. Overriding the signal of the cable network HBO, he transmitted a message to be seen by anyone watching HBO at the time. "Captain Midnight," as he called himself, was eventually fined $5,000 for the stunt. What did he elect to say in those few minutes of airtime?
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Today's Birthday

Herbert Spencer (1820)

Admired by some and loathed by others, Spencer was one of the most discussed Victorian thinkers. An English sociologist and philosopher, he was an advocate of the theory of social Darwinism. In his vast, multi-volume System of Synthetic Philosophy, he held that the physical, organic, and social realms are interconnected and develop according to identical evolutionary principles. To describe his theory of sociocultural evolution, he coined what well-known phrase?

Today's Holiday

Vidalia Onion Festival

There are no tears during this tribute to Georgia's state vegetable, the sweet Vidalia onion, which is said to be burp-free, good for digestion, and tearless. The festival is held in Vidalia at the height of the harvest season, which extends from mid-April to early June.The celebration of the onion includes standard festival fare—music, a street dance, a fishing rodeo and expo, and a fun run. Finally, there are onion-eating contests and a Vidalia Onion Cook-Off, which produces cakes, breads, and muffins made with onions.

Quote of the Day

It is a hopeless endeavor to attract people to a theater unless they can be first brought to believe that they will never get into it.

Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

In the News

Scientists Can Now Bend And Stretch Diamond Like Rubber

Diamonds are famous for being the hardest natural material found on Earth, but that hasn't stopped scientists from figuring out how to bend and stretch them like a piece of a rubber. Researchers from MIT, Hong Kong, Singapore and Korea have discovered ...

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