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Word of the Day, October 28, 2015

October 28, 2015



Word of the Day

beebread 

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Definition: (noun) A brownish substance consisting of a mixture of pollen and honey and used by bees as food.
Synonyms: ambrosia
Usage: The worker bees prepared the beebread, which was then fed to the larvae.

Article of the Day

Terror Behind the Walls

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Philadelphia's Eastern State Penitentiary, which operated from 1829-1970, is considered the world's first penitentiary. Its revolutionary incarceration system used solitary confinement to rehabilitate inmates, but it is believed that this led to significant mental illness rather than the intended spiritual reflection. The prison now operates as a museum and hosts over 74,000 visitors at its annual Terror Behind the Walls haunted house. How did bank robber Willie Sutton escape the prison in 1945?
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This Day in History

Siege of La Rochelle Ends (1628)

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In 1598, French King Henry IV issued the Edict of Nantes to restore internal peace in France, ravaged by the Wars of Religion. The edict gave the French Protestants, or Huguenots, extensive rights and control of certain cities, including La Rochelle, which became a stronghold for them. However, Henry's successor, Louis XIII, and his minister, Cardinal Richelieu, resolved to crush the Huguenots, and La Rochelle fell after a 14-month siege. How did the royal forces block sea access to the city?
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Today's Birthday

Jonas Salk (1914)

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Salk was an American physician and microbiologist renowned for his work in developing the first vaccine against polio. He began his groundbreaking studies on viruses and immunization with the influenza virus. Later, while working with other scientists to classify the poliovirus, he confirmed earlier studies that identified three strains, and he showed that the killed virus of each strain could induce antibody formation without producing disease. Who owned the patent for Salk's vaccine?
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Today's Holiday

St. Jude's Day

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Because St. Jude is believed to have been martyred with St. Simon in Persia, where they had gone to preach Christianity, their feast is celebrated jointly on October 28, thought to be the date on which their relics were moved to old St. 's basilica. Since St. Jude is the patron saint of hopeless causes, the saint's day is observed particularly by students. St. Jude and St. Joseph traditionally are the most important saints to Roman Catholics in Buffalo, New York, where people buy St. Jude medals to help them win over impossible odds or achieve the unachievable.
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Quote of the Day

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Nature knows no indecencies; man invents them.

Mark Twain (1835-1910)

In the News

Mysterious Space Object Set to Enter Earth's Atmosphere Next Month

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A mysterious piece of space junk dubbed WT1190F will enter Earth's atmosphere on Friday Nov. 13, scientists say, plunging into the Indian Ocean about 62 miles off the coast of Sri Lanka. The object, which was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey, is ...
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