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Word of the Day, September 16, 2015

September 16, 2015



Word of the Day

despondency 

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Definition: (noun) Depression of spirits from loss of hope, confidence, or courage; dejection.
Synonyms: despondence, disconsolateness
Usage: He slipped through all the grades of despondency until he reached a bottom of absolute gloom.

Article of the Day

Sea Sponges

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Sponges are sessile, mostly marine animals from the phylum Porifera. Until the 18th century, scientists classified them as plants because they demonstrated so little movement. More than 4,500 living species, which reproduce through both sexual and asexual means, have been documented. Sponges are colonial in nature, living in groups that may grow to 5 feet (150 cm) in diameter. In common usage, the term "sponge" refers to what part of this aquatic animal?
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This Day in History

Wall Street Bombing (1920)

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At about noon on September 16, 1920, a horse-drawn wagon stopped across from the headquarters of the J.P. Morgan Inc. bank on Wall Street in New York City's Financial District. Moments later, the hundreds of pounds of explosives and shrapnel it was carrying exploded, killing 38 people and injuring hundreds more. Despite the chaos, markets reopened the next day. Now known as the Wall Street Bombing, it was the deadliest bomb attack on American soil at the time. Who was responsible for the attack?
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Today's Birthday

Hans Augusto "H.A." Rey (1898)

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Rey and his wife were the creators of the Curious George series of children's books. George, an impish monkey, first appeared in Rey's little-remembered Cecily G. and the Nine Monkeys and was so well received that the Reys decided to write an entire book about him. Their work was interrupted by the outbreak of WWII, however, and the Reys, who were Jews, fled Paris hours before it fell to the Nazis, taking with them the illustrated manuscript of Curious George. How did they escape?
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Today's Holiday

National Championship Air Races and Air Show

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The National Championship Air Races and Air Show is a four-day nostalgia trip for air buffs, held since 1964 in Reno, Nevada, and providing some 180,000 spectators with the sight and sound of piston-engine planes flying around closed-pylon race courses. The race is the only one in the world that covers all four classes: Unlimited (vintage warbirds and homebuilt racers), AT-6 (World War II pilot trainers), Formula One (super-midget planes), and Biplane (double-winged barn stormers). Air shows of military demonstrations, parachuting exhibits, and military fly-bys are also some of the events.
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Quote of the Day

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The soul is placed in the body like a rough diamond, and must be polished, or the luster of it will never appear.

Daniel Defoe (1660-1731)

In the News

Even Children on Tricycles Should Wear Helmets, Researchers Say

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For the past decade, we've drilled into children that when they ride a bike, they need to wear a helmet. Now scientists say it may be too late: Tricycle riders should be wearing them, too. Think this is a case of safety overkill? Authors of a new ...
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