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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: A formal discussion on a subject: discourse or dissertation.
From Latin disquirere (to investigate), from dis- (intensive prefix) + quaerere (to seek or ask). Earliest documented use: 1605.
“Boris Johnson’s disquisition to the United Nations described potential futures in which ‘your fridge will beep for more cheese’, ‘pink-eyed terminators’ are sent back in time to ‘cull the human race’, and synthetic biologists create ‘terrifying limbless chickens’.”
Weekly Review; Harper’s Magazine; Oct 1, 2019.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Choose only one master -- Nature. -Rembrandt, painter and etcher (15 Jul 1606-1669)