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Word of the Day

inadvertent

Definition: (adjective) Happening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally.
Synonyms: accidental
Usage: An autobiography, when confronted by a careful editor with documentary evidence, is usually found to be full of obviously inadvertent errors.
Article of the Day

Tomb KV62

Tomb KV62 is the tomb of Tutankhamen, a 14th-century BCE Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty. Because his name was stricken from the royal lists during the 19th dynasty, his tomb's location was forgotten until 1922, when Howard Carter discovered it in the Valley of the Kings. Carter and his patron were the first people to enter the tomb in over 3000 years, and the objects they found inside afforded a new store of knowledge on Egyptian sculpture and life. What were some of the tomb's treasures? More...
Daily Grammar Lesson

Using the Present Perfect Tense with "For" and "Since"

In English, we use the present perfect simple with the prepositions "for" and "since" when we speak about something that started in the past and is still true now. "For" is used to specify the duration of time leading up to the present. When is "since" used? More...
Idiom of the Day

fresh-faced

Of or having an appearance of health, vitality, and/or youthfulness. More...

This Day in History

The Apalachin Meeting (1957)

The Apalachin Meeting was a summit of some 100 Mafiosi from the US, Canada, and Italy that was raided after their fancy cars and out-of-state license plates aroused the suspicions of law enforcement agents in Apalachin, New York. Fifty-eight Mafiosi, including bosses Carlo Gambino and Vito Genovese, were detained. Perhaps the most significant consequence of the raid was that it confirmed the American Mafia's existence, a fact that had long been denied by what prominent law enforcement official? More...
Today's Birthday

Aaron Copland (1900)

Famously public-spirited and generous, Copland came to be unofficially regarded as the US's national composer. Although his earliest works show European influences, the American character of the greater part of his compositions is evident in his use of jazz and American folk tunes. He is best known for his three ballets based on American folk material: Billy the Kid, Rodeo, and Appalachian Spring, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize. For what films did Copland compose music? More...
Today's Holiday

Plebeian Games (2019)

The Roman leader Flaminius is thought to have instituted the Plebeian Games in 220 BCE. They originally may have been held in the Circus Flaminius, which he built. Later, they may have moved to the Circus Maximus, a huge open arena between the Palatine and Aventine hills. The Games were dedicated to Jupiter, one of whose feast days was November 13, and included horse and chariot races and contests that involved running, boxing and wrestling. The first nine days of the festival (November 4-12) were devoted to theatrical performances. More...
Quote of the Day
There are two good things in life, freedom of thought and freedom of action.
W. Somerset Maugham
(1874-1965)
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Today's topic: tails

comet - Has a tail, and gets its name from Greek kometes, "long-haired star." More...

bangs - The practice of cutting horses' tails the same length was called "banging off," which led to this term for a woman's hairstyle. More...

soup-and-fish - Refers to the attire of white tie and tails. More...

tailgate - Originally a gate that dropped down at the tail of a wagon. More...

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