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Word of the Day, September 26, 2015

September 26, 2015



Word of the Day

templet 

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Definition: (noun) A model or standard for making comparisons.
Synonyms: guide
Usage: By using a templet, the artist was able to reproduce the exact same design on each of the tiles.

Article of the Day

The Cerebral Cortex

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The vertebrate brain's cerebrum is covered by an outer layer, or cortex, that is largely responsible for higher brain functions, including sensation, voluntary muscle movement, thought, reasoning, and memory. It is composed of unmyelinated fibers that—in preserved brains—are grey in color, hence the name "grey matter." Each region of the cerebral cortex is highly differentiated and sends and receives information specific to its function. How thick is the cerebral cortex in humans?
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This Day in History

Sir Francis Drake Circumnavigates the Globe (1580)

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In 1577, Drake set out with five ships to raid Spanish holdings on the Pacific coast of the New World. He abandoned two ships in South America, and, with the remaining three, navigated the Straits of Magellan, becoming the first Englishman to make the passage. After one ship was destroyed and another returned to England, Drake continued alone. He crossed the Pacific, rounded the Cape of Good Hope, and arrived at Plymouth with an abundance of treasure that he had mostly acquired where?
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Today's Birthday

Saint Francis of Assisi (1181)

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The patron saint of animals, Saint Francis of Assisi was an Italian monk canonized as a saint in 1228. Born into a wealthy family, he was a soldier and prisoner of war before he experienced a conversion in his early 20s. He sold his property, gave the money to the church, and began a life of poverty and devoutness. He soon attracted followers and became the founder of the Franciscan order of friars. Catholics believe that Saint Francis was the first person to exhibit stigmata, which are what?
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Today's Holiday

Galway Oyster Festival

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In Galway, Ireland, the opening of the oyster season is celebrated with parties, music, and an oyster-opening competition. A young woman chosen to preside over the activities as the Pearl presents the first oyster to the mayor, who traditionally stands on Clarenbridge Pier in his scarlet robes waiting to open and taste it. Banquets are held in the evening and local pubs serve oysters by the bucketful, washed down by beer.
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Quote of the Day

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An unhappy gentleman, resolving to wed nothing short of perfection, keeps his heart and hand till both get so old and withered that no tolerable woman will accept them.

Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864)

In the News

Rare Supermoon Eclipse Should Bring Wonder, Not Apocalypse

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On Sunday night and early Monday morning, much of the Earth will witness a glorious heavenly event. The night of September 27-28 will showcase a lunar eclipse coupled with a "supermoon" -- a full moon that appears larger because it's at perigee, ...
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