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Word of the Day, September 19, 2015

September 19, 2015



Word of the Day

cordate 

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Definition: (adjective) Having a heart-shaped outline.
Synonyms: heart-shaped, cordiform
Usage: When a cordate leaf fell from the tree, she considered it a sign that she would soon find love.

Article of the Day

The Death of Marat

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The Death of Marat, painted by Jacques-Louis David, depicts the 1793 assassination of radical journalist and revolutionary activist Jean-Paul Marat and is one of the most famous images of the French Revolution. Marat was stabbed while writing in his bathtub, and his murderer's name is written on the paper he holds in the painting. David's representation of this scene is reminiscent of depictions of Christian martyrs in religious works. What is the political significance of this imagery?
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This Day in History

Giles Corey Pressed to Death during Salem Witch Trials (1692)

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Martha Corey was a Massachusetts woman hanged for the crime of witchcraft during the Salem witch trials. A pious churchgoer, she had refused to confess but was convicted anyway. Her husband, Giles Corey, was also eventually accused but refused to enter a plea at his trial. In an attempt to make him enter a plea, he was pressed beneath an increasingly heavy load of stones. He died two days before his wife's execution. What did Giles reportedly reply each time he was asked for his plea?
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Today's Birthday

William Golding (1911)

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Praised for his highly imaginative and original writings, Golding was a British author whose works focus on the eternal nature of man. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1983 and was knighted in 1988. In his best-known work, the allegorical Lord of the Flies, he described the nightmarish adventures of a group of English schoolboys stranded on an island and traced their degeneration from a state of innocence to blood lust and savagery. What else did he write?
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Today's Holiday

Appleseed Festival

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A legend in his own time, John Chapman—better known as "Johnny Appleseed"—was born in Leominster, Massachusetts, on September 26, 1774. It was supposedly in Fort Wayne, Indiana, that he died in 1845, and Chapman has been commemorated there since 1974 with a two-day fall festival at Johnny Appleseed Park. The festival includes traditional music and entertainment, demonstrations of pioneer arts and crafts, and discussions with "The Living Lincoln," who talks with visitors about the social issues of the period in history he shared with Johnny Appleseed.
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Quote of the Day

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Literally no man has more wholly outlived life than I. And still it's good fun.

Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894)

In the News

What Happens when Two Black Holes Smash Together?

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A catastrophe of cosmic proportions will take place, scientists predict, when two black holes crash into each other. The good news is that it won't happen for another 100,000 years. In a new study, astrophysicists from Columbia University found that a ...
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