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The “Two Tickets to Paradise Christmas Giveaway” was a great success!  Mary Jo Cook is ecstatic! Everyone had fun at the party! Mama Russo’s fed us well. They say a picture paints a thousand words….all our pictures should write a book! Check out this link http://broadcasteverywhere.org/?p=1474 to see all the fun! A big thanks goes […]

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Adjective: Heliacal  (hih-LYE-uh-kul) Definition:  Relating to or near the sun — used especially of the last setting of a star before and its first rising after invisibility due to conjunction with the sun’s rising and setting. Sample sentence: If you wish to watch the heliacal rising of Sirius, you’ve got to wait until August.

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A GPS driven app, RunKeeper allows you to keep track of your workouts, view your progress, and share your stats with friends. Login and create a profile and select an activity, such as running or swimming, create a goal, and the app will load a recommended training schedule. Tap the activities tab to view details […]

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Noun: Festoon  (fess-TOON) Definition: 1. A decorative chain or strip hanging between two points. 2. A carved, molded or painted ornament representing a decorative chain. Sample sentence: A festoon of colored paper was draped along the front wall of the classroom as part of the holiday party decorations.

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So you mad the New Year’s Resolution to eat well. There is an app to help you and it is The Eatery. If you had to take a picture of everything you put in your mouth, would you eat better? That’s the idea behind this app, where you record the meals you eat by snapping […]

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The app “My Last Cigarette” helps users quit smoking by mapping out the changes in their health as they quit. Simply enter in your smoking habits, and the app keeps you informed on how you’re bettering your life through quitting. There are over ten different readouts, with indicators that display how your lifespan is increasing, […]

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Noun: Farrier  (FAIR-ee-er) Definition: A person who shoes horses. Sample sentence: Since he spent so much of his childhood around horses, it was not a surprise when James decided to apprentice to learn to be a farrier.

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Many people probably will be welcoming the new year with familiar resolutions: Live healthier, save more and, in general, improve one’s life. But New Year’s resolutions tend to fizzle out faster than an old bottle of champagne. Luckily, several great smartphone apps can help keep you on track with your 2013 resolutions. If losing weight […]

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Adjective: Vacuous   (VAK-yuh-wus) Definition: 1. Emptied of or lacking content 2. Marked by lack of ideas or intelligence: stupid, inane 3. Devoid of serious occupation: idle Sample sentence: The student’s vacuous facial expression suggested a lack of comprehension.

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Verb: Promulgate  (PRAH-mul-gayt) Definition: 1.  To make (as a doctrine) known by open declaration: proclaim 2.  To make known or public the terms of (a proposed law) or to put (a law) into action or force Sample sentence:  The bishop will promulgate the new changes in the church at the next conference.

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