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Word of the Day, September 5, 2015

September 5, 2015



Word of the Day

diffidence 

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Definition: (noun) The quality or state of being diffident; timidity or shyness.
Synonyms: self-distrust, self-doubt
Usage: The youth sat down as directed, but reluctantly and with diffidence.

Article of the Day

Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!

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L. Frank Baum was an American journalist, playwright, and author. In 1900, he published his most famous work, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, a story about a girl named Dorothy who is carried by a tornado to the magical land of Oz. Baum's fame rests largely on his 14 stories of Oz, all of which emphasize the virtues of practicality, self-reliance, tolerance, and egalitarianism. In 1938, the story was made into an extraordinarily popular motion picture. Who played the role of Dorothy?
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This Day in History

First Continental Congress Assembles in Philadelphia (1774)

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Indignation against England's colonial policy reached fever pitch in the British North American colonies after the passage of the so-called Intolerable Acts. The First Continental Congress, made up of delegates from every colony except Georgia, was convened in Philadelphia to address grievances against British policy. At that time, only a few radical members considered the possibility of breaking with England. What course of action did the delegates elect to pursue instead?
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Today's Birthday

Werner Herzog (1942)

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One of the leading filmmakers in contemporary German cinema, Herzog is a prolific director, screenwriter, and producer known for his vivid and poetic films. During the 1960s, he mostly made short films but completed his first feature, Signs of Life, in 1968. He went on to make a number of films noted for their acutely observed detail and tales of danger and escape. More recently, he has made several acclaimed documentaries. What criminal act started Herzog on his filmmaking career?
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Today's Holiday

Watermelon-Eating and Seed-Spitting Contest

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The only event of its kind sanctioned by the United States Department of Agriculture, the Watermelon-Eating and Seed-Spitting Contest in Pardeeville, Wisconsin, is attended by up to 9,000 people. Rules for the spitting contest are strictly enforced: professional tobacco spitters are not eligible; denture wearers must abide by the judge's decision if their teeth go further than the seed; and no one is allowed to propel their seeds through a pipe or tube. The festival also includes a watermelon volleyball competition, carving contests, and a parade.
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Quote of the Day

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After all, one knows one's weak points so well, that it's rather bewildering to have the critics overlook them and invent others.

Edith Wharton (1862-1937)

In the News

Pregnant Women are a Lot like Male Seahorses, Say Scientists

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What do a seahorse father and a human mother have in common? Pregnancy. But the similarities go further than simply carrying a baby, say scientists. "Surprisingly, seahorse dads do a lot of the same things human mums do," said Camilla Whittington ...
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