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Word of the Day, November 7, 2015

November 7, 2015



Word of the Day

tambour 

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Definition: (noun) A small wooden embroidery frame consisting of two concentric hoops between which fabric is stretched.
Synonyms: embroidery frame, embroidery hoop
Usage: She was addicted to needlepoint and took her tambour wherever she went.

Article of the Day

The Jonesboro School Massacre

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On March 24, 1998, Mitchell Johnson, age 13, and Andrew Golden, age 11, opened fire on students and teachers at their Arkansas middle school. Johnson hid in a wooded area and waited while Golden set off the school's fire alarm. Then, as the building was being evacuated, the two boys shot and killed four students and a teacher; another 10 people were wounded in the shooting. Both boys were apprehended, tried, and convicted. When were they released from custody?
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This Day in History

London Gazette, Oldest Surviving Journal, First Published (1665)

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The London Gazette is one of the British government's official journals of record in which statutory notices are required to be published. Originally called the Oxford Gazette, it was first published in 1665, making it the oldest surviving English newspaper and the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United Kingdom. The first publication of the Gazette coincided with King Charles II's movement of his court to Oxford, which he did to escape what?
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Today's Birthday

Marie Curie (1867)

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Marie Curie was a Polish-born French physical chemist. She married fellow physicist Pierre Curie in 1895, and together they discovered the elements radium and polonium—which Marie named after her native Poland. They also distinguished alpha, beta, and gamma radiation. For their work on radioactivity—a term she coined—the Curies shared the 1903 Nobel Prize for Physics with Henri Becquerel. This made Marie the first woman to receive a Nobel Prize. In 1911, she became the first person to win what?
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Today's Holiday

Terlingua Chili Cookoff

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The Terlingua Chili Cookoff is a contest of chili chefs held in Terlingua, Texas, an abandoned mining town near the Big Bend desert area in the southwestern part of the state. More than 200 cooks from as many as 30 states and occasionally from foreign countries show up to prepare the official state dish, and thousands of spectators drive or fly in. Humorists Wick Fowler and H. Allen Smith staged the first cookoff in 1967, deciding to locate it in the hot desert because it was a contest for a hot dish.
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Quote of the Day

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My definition [of a philosopher] is of a man up in a balloon, with his family and friends holding the ropes which confine him to earth and trying to haul him down.

Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888)

In the News

Just How Gassy Are Kangaroos Anyway?

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Several years ago, scientists proposed a novel solution to curb global warming: eat kangaroos.The reasoning goes like this: By replacing cattle, who tend to produce large amounts of methane – mostly by means of belching, but also out the back end – with ...
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