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Word of the Day, September 9, 2015

September 9, 2015



Word of the Day

callback 

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Definition: (noun) A recall of a recently sold product by the manufacturer to correct a defect.
Synonyms: recall
Usage: The manufacturer was forced to issue a callback of the toy when it was declared a choking hazard.

Article of the Day

Sudoku

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Sudoku is a number puzzle based on the Latin squares described by the 18th-century Swiss mathematician Euler. The modern version consists of a box divided into nine squares, each of which is again divided into nine smaller boxes, making 81 boxes in total. The puzzle setter provides a partially completed grid so that there is only one solution. The objective is to fill the grid so that every column, every row, and every 3??3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. What was sudoku originally called?
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This Day in History

Tajikistan Gains Independence from the Soviet Union (1991)

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Russia first took control of Tajik lands in the 1880s. In the aftermath of the 1917 Russian Revolution, the Tajiks rebelled against Russian rule, and the Red Army did not retake control until 1921. Tajikistan was made an autonomous republic within Uzbekistan in 1924 and joined the USSR in 1929. In 1991, at around the time the USSR was being dissolved, the Republic of Tajikistan declared its independence. Civil war broke out a year later. When was a peace agreement reached?
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Today's Birthday

William Bligh (1754)

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Though he had a long and notable career in the British Royal Navy, Bligh is chiefly remembered for the 1787 mutiny on his ship, the HMS Bounty, during which he and those crew members who remained loyal to him were set adrift in a longboat. In a remarkable act of seamanship, with neither a map nor a compass, Bligh guided them across 3,618 mi (5,822 km) of ocean to the nearest European outpost, Timor. In the 1770s, Bligh served as the sailing master on what famous explorer's final voyage?
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Today's Holiday

Toronto International Film Festival

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Second in size only to the Cannes Film Festival in France, the Toronto International Film Festival is considered one of the world's most prestigious artistic events. It features some of the year's most anticipated films, attracts leading stars in the movie business, and serves as a networking and educational opportunity for industry professionals. Festival organizers pride themselves on creating a public festival, which means film submissions from all over are accepted and screenings are open to the public as well as to the media and the film industry.
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Quote of the Day

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In order to improve the mind, we ought less to learn, than to contemplate.

Rene Descartes (1596-1650)

In the News

Your Cat May Not Need You as Much as You Need It

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Your cat may love you, but it may not need you.That's according to a new study by animal behavior specialists at England's University of Lincoln, which confirms the old trope about our feline friends: that unlike dogs, which perceive their owners as a ...
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