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Word of the Day, September 6, 2015

September 6, 2015



Word of the Day

snuggery 

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Definition: (noun) A small secluded room.
Synonyms: cubby, cubbyhole
Usage: Now that they were alone, in this snuggery, which seemed barely large enough to contain so great a man's moustaches, the parties understood each other.

Article of the Day

Silly Putty

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When scientists tried to find a rubber substitute for the US during WWII, they stumbled upon a product that would entertain children for generations. Silly Putty is silicone plastic "clay" sold in an egg-shaped plastic container and marketed as a children's toy. As an inorganic polymer, it can pick up ink when pressed against a newspaper; the imprint can then be stretched in any direction. It also bounces, breaks, and "melts" into a puddle. What causes these unusual flow characteristics?
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This Day in History

Leon Czolgosz Assassinates William McKinley (1901)

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In 1901, anarchist Leon Czolgosz shot US President William McKinley at the Pan-American Exposition, a World's Fair in Buffalo, New York. McKinley died a week later, and Czolgosz was convicted of his murder and executed that same year. Though judged sane during the trial, Czolgosz is believed by some to have been mentally unstable after suffering a breakdown years earlier. What Broadway musical incorporates the story of Czolgosz with those of eight other presidential assassins?
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Today's Birthday

Sir Alexander Tilloch Galt (1817)

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Galt was a British-Canadian statesman. Born in London, he immigrated to Canada in his teens and began his political career there in 1849, eventually serving several terms as minister of finance. Although he signed the 1849 manifesto favoring the annexation of Canada by the US, he became one of the most persistent and influential leaders of the movement for confederation of the provinces and later advocated Canadian independence. He was a founding member of what company that still exists today?
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Today's Holiday

Great Montana Sheep Drive

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Called "The World's Largest Small Town Parade," the Great Montana Sheep Drive, founded in 1989, features hundreds of Montana-bred sheep herded down the six blocks of Main Street in downtown Reed Point, Montana. There is also a parade, a shoot-out between two gunfighters, carnival games, and an evening street dance. The event has raised money for community projects in the small town, including a new fire truck and the refurbishing of the town library. Some 12,000 people attend the annual event, making Reed Point one of Montana's largest towns on the weekend of the sheep drive.
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Quote of the Day

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There are some cases in which the sense of injury breeds—not the will to inflict injuries and climb over them as a ladder, but—a hatred of all injury.

George Eliot (1819-1880)

In the News

The Number of Trees on Earth May Surprise You

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How many trees are there on Earth? It's the ultimate estimation game, but a group of Yale researchers believe they have arrived at the most precise answer yet. There are 3.04 trillion trees on Earth -- nearly eight times as many as was previously ...
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