Today’s face of the day, Kiwi, Joshua Toon, has beaten 6 million kids to win the World Education Games. Joshua is eight years old, is home schooled and has a photographic memory.
The word for today is…
crepuscular (form) – 1. Of or like twilight; dim.
2. (a) Active primarily at dawn or dusk or both. Used of animals.
(b) Occurring at dawn or dusk or both:
Source : The Free Dictionary
Etymology : Figurative use from 1660s; literal use from 1755, from Latin crepusculum “twilight, dusk,” from creper “dusky,” which is of unknown origin.
20Fire goes out without wood, and quarrels disappear when gossip stops.
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Grasshoppers don’t breath through their mouths, they use their entire body. (Source)
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