Celebrate English Language Day with these Words!

Dawn Jones October 19, 2020

Starting in 2010, the United Nations named six language days in recognition of the six official languages of the UN. April 23 was selected as “English Language Day” which also commemorates one of its most celebrated writers and master of the language, William Shakespeare. To get prepared – and utilize …

Are We Alone in the Universe? The Kardashev Scale Could Have Answers

Cameron Norris October 12, 2020

Humans live on a mostly-water planet in a somewhat typical solar system. Our sun, Sol, is an average-sized G-type standard sequence star. From what humans can gather, we are not just the only intelligent life in the observable universe: Earth is the only life-bearing planet we’re aware of. However, millions …

Fun Facts: Nicknames and their Origins

Cameron Norris October 5, 2020

Have you ever wondered why people named Richard get the nickname Dick, or why Margaret is called Peggy by her pals? Today, we’re looking into some of the strangest nicknames for common names and their interesting origins. So, Recline Your Mind and get ready to learn something new. Diminutive Kin …

Fun Facts: Did You Know These Fascinating Space Facts?

Cameron Norris September 26, 2020

Space is a vast, fascinating expanse that surrounds us at all times. Space is part of the natural world in much the same way as trees and rivers. When you get technical, everything is in “space”: every planet is moving through space. Earth is spinning around the sun, spinning on …

Daily Trivia: Did You Know These Fun Facts?

Cameron Norris September 18, 2020

Want to seem like the smartest person at your next Zoom meeting? Looking for a fun fact to drop on a date? I don’t know if these will help you with the hook up – but they certainly won’t hurt! Left-Handedness Did you know that only around eleven percent of …

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Word of the Day: Complete by Dawn Jones

Word of the Day: Complete

complete/ kəmˈplit /adjective Definition of Complete finished, concluded, ended perfect in quality or in kind unmodified, uncompromised, thorough, total having all elements of a given whole Usage of Complete “Our work here is complete.” “This is a complete explanation of the task.” “We have a book of the complete works …
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Celebrate English Language Day with these Words!

Starting in 2010, the United Nations named six language days in recognition of the six official languages of the UN. April 23 was selected as “English Language Day” which also commemorates one of its most celebrated writers and master of the language, William Shakespeare. To get prepared – and utilize …

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