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Word of the Day, August 30, 2015

August 30, 2015



Word of the Day

nutriment 

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Definition: (noun) A source of nourishment; food.
Synonyms: sustenance, victuals, aliment, nourishment, nutrition
Usage: The animals' habitat was destroyed in the storm, and they wandered the ravaged plains searching for nutriment.

Article of the Day

Andr?? the Giant

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Andr?? "the Giant" Ren?? Roussimoff was born in France and rose to fame as a pro wrestler. His stature was the result of pituitary gigantism, a hormonal disease. Conflicting reports exist as to his actual height; estimates range from 6 ft 10 in (208 cm) to 7ft 5 in (226 cm). His weight, also under dispute, has been billed as lying anywhere between 380 lb (172 kg) and 540 lb (245 kg). Andr?? played Fezzik in the movie The Princess Bride and later inspired Billy Crystal to write what film?
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This Day in History

Fort Mims Massacre (1813)

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At the start of the Creek Civil War, settlers north of Mobile, Alabama, sought refuge at Fort Mims. Approximately 550 settlers, including 175 armed militiamen, were at the fort when it was attacked by a force of Creek Indians belonging to the Red Sticks faction under the command of McQueen and William Weatherford, known as Red Eagle. The massacre marked the transition from civil war among the Creeks to war between Americans and Red Stick warriors. How many settlers were killed or captured?
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Today's Birthday

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1797)

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In 1816, 18-year-old Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin and her soon-to-be husband, poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, traveled to Geneva to spend the summer with poet Lord Byron. Forced indoors by unpleasant weather, the friends amused themselves by sitting around a fire and reading ghost stories. Byron suggested they each write their own supernatural tale, and the story that Mary wrote became the basis for her novel, Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus. What real-life events may have inspired her?
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Today's Holiday

Goombay!

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Goombay! is a celebration of African and Caribbean heritage, culture, and arts held during the last weekend of August at Eagle and Market Streets in Asheville, North Carolina. "Goombay" is a Bantu word that refers both to a goatskin drum and to the music played on it. Activities are scheduled over three days and include dance and stilt performances, as well as entertainers in a variety of musical styles, such as reggae, R&B, jazz, and Afro-fusion. In addition, festivalgoers may take part in games, mask making, demonstrations of traditional crafts, or African percussion lessons.
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Quote of the Day

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The burning of rebellious thoughts in the little breast, of internal hatred and opposition, could not long go on without slight whiffs of external smoke, such as mark the course of subterranean fire.

Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896)

In the News

Texters Rejoice: The Phone-brella is Here

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You know you've done it. That awkward texting-while-holding-umbrella dance. Or the finding-directions-while-holding-umbrella dance. Whatever your version of it, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Umbrella in one hand, phone in the other, you search ...
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