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Every scandal begins with a lie. But the truth will come out. And then comes the fallout and the outrage. Scandals have shaped America since its founding. From business and politics to sports and society, we look on aghast as corruption, deceit and ambition bring down heroes and celebrities, politicians and moguls. And when the dust finally settles, we’re left to wonder: how did this happen? Where did they trip up, and who is to blame? From the creators of American History Tellers, Business ...
 
Welcome to Tony Sam's Word of the Day Podcast! You may think you know what words mean, but YOU DON'T! Lucky for you, Tony Sam DOES. Tony Sam graduated magna cum laude from the Harvard School of Law and has been fascinated with the evolution of the English language as far back as he can remember. Currently serving as a Judge in the 23rd Circuit Court of Illinois, he finds time to learn more about words whenever he’s not walking his prized Labrador, Marshall. His other accolades include gradua ...
 
The Quote of The Day Show is your daily dose of inspiration, featuring the best-of-the-best speakers and prosperity teachers. Each episode spotlights an inspiring quote and 5-10 minute motivational audio clip to help you live a life you love. Featured speakers include Bob Proctor, Lisa Nichols, Tony Robbins, Les Brown, Jim Rohn, and more. Hosted by entrepreneur and money mindset expert Sean Croxton. Follow Sean on IG, Twitter, and FB at @seancroxton. Also, subscribe to his interview podcast, ...
 
One classic John Piper sermon or conference message for each day of the year, based on listeners’ recommendations and feedback. Piper is founder and teacher of desiringGod.org and is author of more than 50 books. His sermons, books, articles, and more are available free of charge at desiringGod.org.
 
On occasion I hear people say, are we really in the last days? How do we know? Does it really matter one way or another? We will try to answer these questions as well as many others in this study. But the most important question may be, how can we reach others with the message of hope in these changing times? Many times when a study of the Last Days is taught, one part of prophecy is emphasized over another causing people to lose perspective and therefore missing the blessing and beauty of p ...
 
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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 17, 2021 is: modicum • \MAH-dih-kum\ • noun : a small portion : a limited quantity Examples: "While his narrative on the politics of the place is interesting and edifying it's the passages about his adventures by land, air and sea that really capture the wild beauty and remoteness of a region he grew to…
 
Abecedarian is a noun that refers to someone who is beginning to learn something. Our word of the day’s origin comes literally from the ABCs. It was initially used to refer to people learning the alphabet, so its first six letters are a loose approximation of A-B-C-D-E. When it comes to bowling, Erica was an abecedarian, so I was patient with her u…
 
They told me, "Let 'er rip, guy!" "Tighten up that zip tie!" This is Episode 103 of Engineering Word Of The Day, an informal show on favorite, fascinating, or funny words and phrases used in various engineering disciplines. Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pioslabs --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to ma…
 
The radio show/podcast “A Way With Words” explains “materteral,” meaning “pertaining to an aunt; or, aunt-like.” Walter Cronkite avuncularly broadcasting the first moonwalk. A modern herald announcing important royal baby news (separate Tony Appleton feature here). Hire me to be your voiceover or public speaking coach here!…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 16, 2021 is: effusive • \ih-FYOO-siv\ • adjective 1 : marked by the expression of great or excessive emotion or enthusiasm 2 : characterized or formed by a nonexplosive outpouring of lava Examples: Lila's history teacher wrote an effusive letter of recommendation. "Lyrics like that are desolate, a littl…
 
Rictus is a noun that refers to a gaping mouth. Our word of the day comes directly from Latin where it is translated into ‘open mouth.’ A person’s rictus refers to their mouth made wide open, usually in disgust or horror. I didn’t know what had happened before I entered the room, but I could tell by Leslie’s rictus that something horrific had taken…
 
Brian Tracy closes out the week with a quick question that can double your income, guaranteed. Miss This Week’s Free Money Class? No worries. You can catch the limited-time replay at www.moneyclassreplay.com. Money Mind Academy Winter Semester enrollment is officially OPEN. Get signed up today at www.moneymindacademy.com. Source: Brian Tracy - Sale…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 15, 2021 is: vulcanize • \VUL-kuh-nyze\ • verb : to treat crude or synthetic rubber or similar plastic material with chemicals to give it useful properties (such as elasticity, strength, and stability) Examples: "In 1939 [Charles] Cornell invented a safer and more efficient way of patching holes in tire…
 
Firebrand is a noun that refers to one who agitates in support of a cause. Our word of the day began in the 13th century as a term for a type — or ‘brand’ — of wood that was used to start or maintain fires. By the 14th century it had become used to refer to agitators for a cause. My grandmother was a firebrand for equal rights in her day. She would…
 
On today’s Throwback Thursday episode, Dr. John Demartini reveals one of the most important (and seldom talked about) elements of building wealth. Miss This Week’s Free Money Class? No worries. You can catch the limited-time replay at www.moneyclassreplay.com. Money Mind Academy Winter Semester enrollment is officially OPEN. Get signed up today at …
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 14, 2021 is: servile • \SER-vul\ • adjective 1 : of or befitting a menial position 2 : meanly or cravenly submissive : abject Examples: "Ms. [Judith] Jamison remembers Ailey's teaching her 'Cry' in the company's original studios…. 'It took Alvin eight days to choreograph…. Our musicality was always very…
 
They told me, "Let 'er rip, guy!" "Tighten up that zip tie!" This is Episode 103 of Engineering Word Of The Day, an informal show on favorite, fascinating, or funny words and phrases used in various engineering disciplines. Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pioslabs Listen to the latest episodes, ad-free: http://engineeringwordof…
 
Inure is a verb that means to become accustomed to something unpleasant. Our word of the day’s origin is from the Latin word opera (OH per uh) which means ‘work.’ From there it evolved into a word that means ‘to become accustomed to.’ Inure is generally used with a subject, meaning we usually become inured to something, as in: I didn’t like coming …
 
You have to have believe in you. Because none of this personal development stuff works if you don’t believe in yourself. On today’s episode, Rev. Ike encourages you to learn how to have faith in yourself, without giving a darn about what other people think. Miss This Week’s Free Money Class? You can catch the limited-time replay at www.moneyclassre…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 13, 2021 is: rapport • \ra-POR\ • noun : a friendly, harmonious relationship; especially : a relationship characterized by agreement, mutual understanding, or empathy that makes communication possible or easy Examples: Once our daughter had developed a rapport with her piano teacher, she began to show s…
 
Exfiltrate is a verb that means to withdraw people from a dangerous position. Our word of the day could be thought of as the opposite of ‘infiltrate,’ a word of Latin origin that means to secretly place people in an organization. To exfiltrate people means to secretly remove them. Both exfiltrate and infiltrate are often used in reference to spies …
 
On today’s episode, Craig Ballantyne, author of The Perfect Day Formula, shares 5 of his personal rules for productivity. FREE CLASS: How to Crush Your 2021 Money Goals When: TONIGHT, January 12th at 5pm PT/8pm ET Where: Live online via Zoom www.freemoneyclass.com (replay available) Source: Structure & Productivity | Craig Ballantyne Hosted by Sean…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 12, 2021 is: pedantic • \pih-DAN-tik\ • adjective 1 : of, relating to, or being a pedant 2 : narrowly, stodgily, and often ostentatiously learned 3 : unimaginative, dull Examples: "It is always very difficult to know how to pronounce [the name van Gogh]—it's not easy for someone English or American, we …
 
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