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Word of the Day, September 7, 2015

September 7, 2015



Word of the Day

witless 

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Definition: (adjective) Lacking intelligence or wit; foolish.
Synonyms: nitwitted, soft-witted, senseless
Usage: He was a witless soul who never learned from his mistakes.

Article of the Day

Piazza San Marco

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St. Mark's Square, or Piazza San Marco, is Venice's principal plaza. Originating in the 9th c as a small area in front of St. Mark's Basilica, the Piazza was enlarged to its present shape and size in 1177. As Venice's central gathering place, it is extremely popular with tourists, pigeons, and photographers. The Piazza is surrounded by a number of historic structures, including the Doge's Palace, Procuraties, and Biblioteca Marciana. What was the purpose of the paved pattern on the Piazza floor?
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This Day in History

Last Captive Thylacine Dies in Hobart Zoo (1936)

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The thylacine, known also as the Tasmanian wolf and Tasmanian tiger, was a carnivorous marsupial once found on the Australian mainland, New Guinea, and Tasmania. Often cited as an example of convergent evolution, it was superficially similar to a wolf or dog, though it evolved entirely independently of these animals. It was hunted to probable extinction in the 1930s, and the last captive thylacine died in the Hobart Zoo in 1936. How many thylacine sightings have been reported since then?
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Today's Birthday

Buddy Holly (1936)

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An early rock 'n' roll star, Holly began as a country-and-western singer and gradually added rhythm-and-blues elements to his innovative style. With his band, the Crickets, he established the standard rock instrumentation of two guitars, bass, and drums, and toured the US extensively for two years before his death in a plane crash. He became one of rock's most enduring cult figures and much of his material was released posthumously. Who else died in the plane crash that killed him?
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Today's Holiday

Festival of Piedigrotta

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Held in Naples, Italy, in September, the Festival of Piedigrotta is known primarily for its noise and gaiety. According to one legend, it commemorates the destruction in 44 CE of a site that had formerly been the scene of pagan orgies, and the building of a chapel in its place. A second explanation is that the chapel was built in 1356 after the Blessed Virgin Mary had appeared to a priest, a nun, and a man named and ordered its construction. In any case, the festival is a particularly joyful one, with processions, fireworks, and some very unusual puppet shows.
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Quote of the Day

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People only see what they are prepared to see.

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

In the News

Is There a Planet X, a "Massive Perturber," Hidden beyond Pluto?

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If you've been following our coverage of the New Horizons mission, you know that the NASA probe had a spectacular fly-by of Pluto on July 14 and, if the agency approves the funding, will scrutinize a "cold, classical" Kuiper Belt Object on New Year's ...
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