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word of the week Tag Archive

Word of the Year: SMOMBIES

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If you’ve read Fahrenheit 451, you might remember a passage where he talks about a woman, almost catatonic, oblivious to the world thanks to a radio in her ear. This sort of...

Word of the Week: BORBORYGMUS

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Word of the Week: BORBORYGMUS...

Word of the Week: INCANDESCENCE

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Incandescence stems from Latin, meaning ‘to glow white’. It describes a special type of thermal radiation, when visible light is emitted from a hot object. Visible...

Word of the Week: PHOTOVOLTAIC

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Sarah Main explains what "photovoltaic" means...

Word of the Week: Amazonia

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Amazonia, or the Amazon rainforest, is the world’s largest rainforest. It covers an area of around 2,124,000 square miles across 9 countries, including Brazil, Peru, Colombia,...

Word of the Week: Regeneration

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Cellular regeneration is something you probably thought was only allowed for a few choice humans, like say David Tennant or Ryan Reynolds, and most of the time you probably...

Word of the week- Thorium

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Ollie Burton explains what's thorium...

Word of the week: Mutant

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First things first, we can probably ignore the word ‘mutant’ in relation to the homo superior race. When scientists say ‘mutant’ they can be referring to a whole variety...

Word of the week- cafune

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Jordan Oloman explains the meaning of the word that English language needs not only on Valentines Day...

Word of the Week: PANDICULATION

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It’s four in the morning and you’re 6 cups of coffee down. This assignment is really getting to you and the deadlines tomorrow! Tired from sitting for so long only exercising...