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Word of the Day, September 15, 2015

September 15, 2015



Word of the Day

perambulator 

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Definition: (noun) A small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around.
Synonyms: stroller, baby buggy, pram, pushchair, go-cart, pusher, carriage
Usage: Charlotte is quite spoiled; each of her dolls has its own perambulator, parasol, and wardrobe.

Article of the Day

Genocide in Darfur

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In 2003, political conflict between Darfur's government and rebel groups erupted when rebels killed 75 military personnel in a surprise raid. The government-backed Janjaweed have since destroyed countless villages and murdered their civilian inhabitants. One UN observer team reported that non-Arab villages were attacked, while Arab villages were unharmed. The mass media has termed the events in Darfur "genocide." Most NGOs report 400,000 deaths in the region; how many people have been displaced?
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This Day in History

Tragedy at Opening of Liverpool and Manchester Railway (1830)

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In 1830, festivities were held to mark the opening of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, the world's first inter-city passenger railway. Unfortunately, the celebration turned tragic when William Huskisson, the Member of Parliament for Liverpool, got off the train to speak with the Duke of Wellington during a temporary stop and was fatally injured by an oncoming train. He thus became the world's first railway passenger to be killed by a train. How fast did these trains initially travel?
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Today's Birthday

Titus Oates (1649)

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Oates was an Anglican priest whose whole career was marked with intrigue and scandal. In 1678, he invented the story of the Popish Plot, a fictitious Jesuit conspiracy to kill Charles II and place his Catholic brother James—later James II—on the throne. Oates's testimony resulted in a frenzy of anti-Catholic hatred throughout England, and caused more than 30 people to be executed. He was finally convicted of perjury and imprisoned in 1685. Who conspired with Oates to invent the plot?
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Today's Holiday

Prinsjesdag

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The state opening of Parliament in the Netherlands takes place on the third Tuesday in September at the 13th-century Ridderzaal, or Knights' Hall, in The Hague. The reigning monarch rides to Parliament in a golden coach drawn by eight horses. He is received by the two houses of Parliament, to whom he addresses his speech outlining the government's intended majority program for the coming year.
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Quote of the Day

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Boredom: the desire for desires.

Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910)

In the News

10000-Year-Old Stone Tools Found near Seattle

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When real estate developers call in a team of archaeologists to survey the land prior to breaking ground, they're hoping for a routine, ho-hum report.That's not what they got at a planned mall construction site near Redmond, Washington. Instead, archaeologists ...
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