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  • Hostage Terry Anderson freed in Lebanon
    On December 4, 1991, Islamic militants in Lebanon release kidnapped American journalist Terry Anderson after 2,454 days in captivity. As chief Middle East correspondent for the Associated Press, Anderson covered the long-running civil war in Lebanon (1975-1990). On March 16, 1985, he was kidnapped ...
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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
  • interloper

    Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for December 4, 2021 is:

    interloper • \in-ter-LOH-per\  • noun

    An interloper is a person or thing that intrudes in a place or sphere of activity.

    // As he watched the doe and fawn grazing in the field, the photographer was struck by a feeling of being an interloper.

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    "For decades, physicists have suspected an interloper. A reclusive, hypothetical subatomic particle might be creeping into studies of neutrinos, nearly massless particles with no electric charge. A new study casts doubt on that idea…." — Emily Conover, Science News, 27 Oct. 2021

    Did you know?

    The -loper part of interloper is believed to be either from an English dialectal word meaning "leap" or from a Dutch word meaning "to run." (The prefix inter- means "between" or "among.") An interloper is essentially one that jumps into the midst of things without an invitation to do so.

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