tajine (cooking) An earthenware cooking pot of North African origin, consisting of a shallow, round dish without handles and a tall, conical or dome-shaped lid. (by extension) A stew, originally from Morocco, the ingredients of which are traditionally cooked slowly in such a pot; the dish is normally served with couscous. Today is Eid Al-Ârch … Continue reading Word of the day.
smocking (sewing) An embroidery technique in which the fabric is gathered and then embroidered with decorative stitches to hold the gathers in place; the product of the use of this embroidery technique. http://bit.ly/2JXTZ5g n
brawl (intransitive) To engage in a brawl; to fight or quarrel. (intransitive) To create a disturbance; to complain loudly. (intransitive) Especially of a rapid stream running over stones: to make a loud, confused noise. (transitive) To pour abuse on; to scold. [...] (intransitive, obsolete) To move to and fro, to quiver, to shake. http://bit.ly/2yg1gXn v
carrier wave (physics) A wave that can be modulated, either in amplitude, frequency, or phase, to carry or transmit images, music, speech, or other signals. Italian electrical engineer and inventor Guglielmo Marconi, who is credited with inventing the radio, made the first public transmission of wireless signals on this day in 1896, from a site … Continue reading Word of the day.
"Ultimately love is everything." - M. Scott Peck
"Love is moral even without legal marriage, but marriage is immoral without love." - Ellen Key
"The eyes those silent tongues of love." - Miguel de Cervantes
"There is no love that is not an echo." - Theodor W. Adorno
"I never think of the future - it comes soon enough."
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