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Word of the Day, September 12, 2015

September 12, 2015



Word of the Day

danseuse 

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Definition: (noun) A woman who is a ballet dancer.
Synonyms: ballerina
Usage: The painting depicted a beautiful danseuse putting on her ballet shoes while waiting in the wings of the theater.

Article of the Day

Salman Rushdie

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Rushdie is a British-Indian novelist known for the allusive richness of his language and the wide variety of Eastern and Western characters and cultures he explores. After his 1988 novel The Satanic Verses was deemed sacrilegious, Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa, or legal ruling, sentencing him to death. Rushdie was forced into hiding, where he wrote Haroun and the Sea of Stories, a novelistic allegory against censorship. What is the fatwa's current status?
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This Day in History

Teens Stumble upon Ancient Cave Paintings in Lascaux, France (1940)

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In 1940, four teens uncovered a fantastic archeological site, a cave system decorated with prehistoric paintings, drawings, and engravings that have been dated to about 15,000–13,000 BCE. Many of the paintings are drawn over former works, enabling experts to trace stylistic developments over more than 1,000 years. The later paintings, featuring animals along with signs and symbols, exhibit an advanced artistic quality and technical skill. Why was the cave closed to the public in 1963?
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Today's Birthday

Richard Jordan Gatling (1818)

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Gatling, an inventor who began his career creating agricultural devices including a rice-sewing machine and a steam plow, is best remembered as the creator of a rapid-firing gun that was the precursor of the modern machine gun. He offered his Gatling gun to the Union army in the Civil War, but only a few were put into use toward the war's end. For a time, Gatling worked on improving the gun, but he eventually went back to devising agricultural machinery. What were some of his other inventions?
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Today's Holiday

Bad Durkheim Wurstmarkt

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Although called Bad Durkheim Wurstmarkt, or Sausage Fair, this is actually Germany's biggest wine festival—the name is said to have originated about 150 years ago because of the immense amounts of sausage consumed. The opening day of the festival features a concert and a procession of bands, vineyard proprietors, and tapsters of the tavern stalls with decorated wine floats. The following days are a medley of fireworks, band playing, dancing, and singing through the night. Wine is served in glasses called Schoppen that hold about a pint.
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Quote of the Day

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Every secret of a writer's soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind is written large in his works.

Virginia Woolf (1882-1941)

In the News

Cancer Patient Gets 3-D Printed Rib Implant

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A Spanish man with a cancerous tumor in his chest wall has received a 3-D-printed titanium implant, and scientists say the device is the first of its kind. On Sunday, Aug. 30, doctors at Salamanca University Hospital in Salamanca, Spain, removed part ...
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