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Word of the Day, August 26, 2015

August 26, 2015



Word of the Day

decrepitude 

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Definition: (noun) The quality or condition of being weakened, worn out, impaired, or broken down by old age, illness, or hard use.
Synonyms: dilapidation
Usage: Despite his sixty years and snow-white hair, his handshake was firmly hearty, and he showed no signs of decrepitude.

Article of the Day

Ibn al-Haytham

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Also known as Alhazen, Ibn al-Haytham was an Arab mathematician, astronomer, and physicist. Optics, perhaps his most significant work, introduced the idea that light rays emanate in straight lines in all directions from every point on a luminous surface. Latin translations of this work influenced both Kepler and Descartes. Alhazen is considered the "father of optics" for his experiments with lenses, mirrors, refraction, and reflection. What lunar phenomenon was named in his honor?
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This Day in History

Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen Adopted (1789)

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Adopted by France's National Assembly in 1789, the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen contains the principles that inspired the French Revolution. Influenced by the American Declaration of Independence, it serves as the preamble to France's Constitution of 1791. It guarantees rights to liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression, as well as freedom of speech and of the press. Who later penned the "Declaration of the Rights of Women and the Female Citizen"?
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Today's Birthday

Guillaume Apollinaire (1880)

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Apollinaire was a French poet who developed a casual, lyrical poetic style characterized by a blend of modern and traditional images and verse techniques. His poetry was marked by daring technical experiments, and his use of unusual verbal associations and word patterns to create surprise is often considered the start of Surrealism. A friend of many avant-garde artists, including Pablo Picasso, Apollinaire was once arrested as a suspect in the theft of what famous painting?
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Today's Holiday

Tomatina

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Regardless of which legend one believes, what began in 1945 as a few tossed tomatoes as a show of disdain has developed into full-fledged tomato warfare in Buñol, Valencia, Spain, on the last Wednesday in August. Residents prepare for the impending food fight by protecting their storefronts and homes with plastic and donning special clothing. Thousands of pounds of tomatoes are trucked into town and dropped off at the Plaza del Pueblo, and the light-hearted battle commences. After the cleanup, celebrants continue to enjoy the festival's fireworks, parades, food, and music.
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Quote of the Day

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Thieves respect property. They merely wish the property to become their property that they may more perfectly respect it.

Gilbert Chesterton (1874-1936)

In the News

Japan Delivers Whiskey to Space Station for Science

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Spirits arrived at the International Space Station on Monday. Not the ghostly ones, but the kind you drink -- distilled spirits. A Japanese company known for its whiskey and other alcoholic beverages included five types of distilled spirits in the ...
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