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Word of the Day, September 20, 2015

September 20, 2015



Word of the Day

stokehold 

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Definition: (noun) The area or compartment into which a ship's furnaces or boilers open.
Synonyms: fireroom, stokehole
Usage: When the ship was sinking, many passengers were able to escape, but the stokehold crew was trapped below deck.

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Paul Klee

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Paul Klee was a Swiss painter, graphic artist, art theorist, and violinist. His early introduction to music played a large role in the way he approached his art and its imagery. Klee often varied the media and style in which he worked and produced over 10,000 works before his death. He also taught at the Bauhaus school of art and architecture with his friend and fellow artist Wassily Kandinsky. During WWI, Klee served in the German army; what was his job?
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This Day in History

The Battle of the Sexes (1973)

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Though she won 67 tournament titles in her career, American tennis player Billie Jean King is perhaps best known for the "Battle of the Sexes" against former champion Bobby Riggs. In 1973, Riggs emerged from retirement and defeated Margaret Court in a nationally televised match. Proclaiming the superiority of the male athlete over the female no matter what the age, he challenged Billie Jean King, who accepted and routed him in three straight sets. How many people reportedly watched the match?
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Today's Birthday

Upton Sinclair (1878)

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Sinclair was a prolific American novelist and socialist activist who wrote over 90 books, including The Jungle, a best-selling muckraking exposé of conditions in the Chicago meat-packing industry that aroused public indignation and resulted in the passage of food inspection laws in the US. He also organized a socialist reform movement in the 1930s and won the Democratic nomination for governor of California but was defeated in 1934. For what book was Sinclair awarded the Pulitzer Prize?
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Today's Holiday

Walloon Regional Day

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Each of the autonomous regions of Belgium observes its own feast day. September is a month of celebration for Belgium's Walloon Region. In addition to the local traditional festivities, Walloon Regional Day takes place on the third Sunday of the month, and the Feast Day of the French Community is held in Wallonia during September. Established as a federal state in 1993, Wallonia is Belgium's largest region, making up 55 percent of the country's territory. The main festivities take place in the regional capital, Nemur.
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Quote of the Day

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The charity that is a trifle to us can be precious to others.

Homer (900 BC-800 BC)

In the News

How Yoga Can Help People with Arthritis

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Exercise works all kinds of wonders on the human body, from stabilizing joints to improving muscle mass to reducing inflammation. That's pretty motivating when your body feels good—but less so when it aches. 44% of people with arthritis say they don't ...
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