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A Nielsen survey found that American adults spend over eleven hours a day interacting with media. (https://goo.gl/5djjVP)
France has banned smartphones and tablet devices from schools in an effort to keep kids from getting distracted in class. (https://goo.gl/fs9GFZ)
A new survey by CBS Moneywatch found that the number of people living in their cars has risen by 46% in the past year.
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LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words
-The act of shaking to and fro. An awkward or clumsy movement.
-Pertaining to something that shakes or quakes.
-To shake to and fro. To move heavily or unsteadily from side to side or up and down.
From Late 16th century “quag" - shake, quiver; probably symbolic, the qu- suggesting movement (as in quake and quick).
Middle English “swag” (in the sense ‘bulging bag’): probably of Scandinavian origin akin to Norwegian svagga to sway, rock; akin to Middle Low German swacken to rock. The original sense of the verb (early 16th century) was ‘cause to sway or sag’.
Used in a sentence:
“Poor Charlie, quafftide always adds too much quag to his swagger, leaving him quagswagging.”
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