An eclipse will occur on Monday if you live in the United States. However, I am blind and will not look at it. So, I will use this post to understand what I think it will look like and what it is. ___
The word is eclipse and according to the dictionary it means:
an obscuring of the light from one celestial body by the passage of another between it and the observer or between it and its source of illumination.
a phase during which the distinctive markings of a bird (especially a male duck) are obscured by molting of the breeding plumage. ___
Monday will be the first one. What I think it will look like: the yellow sun will be blacked out by a shaddow, which will cover most of the sun excluding the part around the edge. It will darken the sky. Am I correct?
The word for today is rellie and it means:
Hey my rellie is coming over 4 dinner. Make your posta dish. I got the word from the Oxford English Dictionary.
The word of the day is Reme and it means:
To cry, call out, shout; to speak very loudly. Also: to cry out in grief or pain, to scream, yell; to lament, weep. Don’t reme my dear over the Notebook it isn’t werth it.
The word for today is mentimutation and it means:
A change of mind.
anyone who has a mentimutation is a normal man. However, our president likes to have mentimutations more than once a day.
The word for today is savor
and it means:
taste (good food or drink) and enjoy it completely.
the pig that is in Hawaiian cooking I savor when I eat it.
The Word of the day for today is Bury. and it means:
put or hide under ground.
Who would bury a book under ground.
The word for today June 23, 2017 is Commit.
carry out or perpetrate (a mistake, crime, or immoral act); pledge or bind (a person or an organization) to a certain course or policy; send, entrust, or consign, in particular.
I cannot commit to Portland State because their website cannot be accessed on my Laptop.
99% of my work will be done online and if I cannot access the website why waste my money?