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Score (Number)

Score is an Old English word referring to a set of twenty. It originated from Old Norse, where its meaning referred to cutting a notch into a piece of wood.

Newton's Laws of Motion

Newton’s laws of motion: objects at rest remain at rest, acceleration of an object is related to the force applied to it, for every action there is a reaction


The theory of the panopticon is that the prisoners must assume they are being watched. It is insignificant how many guards are in the tower fifty, one, or none.


Hummingbirds get their name from the quiet hum produced by their rapidly flapping wings, allowing them to hover and fly backwards. They are 3 to 5 inches long.


A landlubber is someone who has no knowledge of boats or the sea. Lubber (noun) referring to a clumsy, lazy, or all around inexperienced person with boats.

Chemistry Vs. Alchemy

Chemistry is the study of matter's molecular structure and how it changes. Alchemy is the study of converting one material to another, typically metal to gold.


A wainwright is the occupational name of a craftsperson skilled in the art of constructing and fixing wagons. This historical word's origin is in Old English.

Passive Aggressive

Passive aggression is a human behavior where disapproval, disappointment, or anger is communicated indirectly and the aggressor admits no responsibility.


Cyrodiil is the Imperial Province of the Empire in Tamriel in the fantasy world of The Elder Scrolls. The majority of Oblivion takes place in Cyrodiil.
William Buckland

William Buckland

William Buckland was an English palaeontologist who wrote the first paper describing a dinosaur in 1824 on the genus Megalosaurus. He also won the Copley Medal.
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