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Word of the Day, July 11, 2018

July 11, 2018



Word of the Day

seeker 

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Definition: (noun) Someone making a search or inquiry.
Synonyms: quester, searcher
Usage: A seeker of the truth, he never took things at face value.

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Idiom of the Day

not have a penny to (one's) name

To be extremely poor; to have very little or no money to spend. More...

Article of the Day

Butterflyfish

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Found mostly near the reefs of the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans, butterflyfish are named for their brightly colored and strikingly patterned bodies. Seen in shades of black, white, blue, red, orange, and yellow, many have eyespots on their flanks and dark bands across their eyes that resemble the patterns on butterfly wings, making them popular additions to aquaria. Because butterflyfish are easily spotted among reefs, some believe their conspicuous coloration serves what purpose?
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Daily Grammar Lesson

Demonstrative Pronoun Usage

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Demonstrative pronouns always represent nouns, typically things, places, events, ideas, and animals. In certain cases, however, some of these pronouns may also be used to describe what?
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This Day in History

UK Court Finds Gay News and Its Editor Guilty of Blasphemy (1977)

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The June 3, 1976, issue of the British newspaper Gay News included James Kirkup's poem "The Love that Dares to Speak Its Name," which depicts Jesus as a homosexual. Mary Whitehouse—a media watchdog known for her "Clean Up TV" campaign—described the poem as a "blasphemous libel" and sought charges against Gay News and its publisher, Denis Lemon. On July 11, 1977, a jury found Lemon guilty, and his later appeal to the House of Lords was unsuccessful. What was Lemon's sentence?
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Today's Birthday

Elwyn Brooks "E. B." White (1899)

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After starting his writing career as a reporter, White settled in New York and became known for his impeccable prose style as a contributing editor of New Yorker magazine. Talented in diverse genres, he collaborated with James Thurber on satire, wrote the classic children's books Stuart Little and Charlotte's Web, and revised William Strunk Jr.'s grammar and composition text The Elements of Style, which became a definitive writing guide. How did White know Strunk?
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Today's Holiday

World Population Day

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World Population Day was established by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme to focus public attention on the issue of population growth. Schools, businesses, and organizations around the world are urged to observe July 11 with speeches, programs, and activities that address population issues and encourage people to think of solutions to the health, social, and economic problems associated with population growth.
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Quote of the Day

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All say, "How hard it is that we have to die"—a strange complaint to come from the mouths of people who have had to live.

Mark Twain (1835-1910)

In the News

Stonehenge Builders Used Pythagoras' Theorem 2000 Years Before He Was Born

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As one of the most famous landmarks in the United Kingdom, Stonehenge is a symbol of scientific achievement during an age when scientific understanding did not seem likely. Stonehenge, located in South West England, is a prehistoric monument with standing ...
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