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  • Pope Paul VI
    "Of all human activities, man's listening to God is the supreme act of his reasoning and will."
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  • Cyclist Lance Armstrong is stripped of his seven Tour de France titles
    On October 22, 2012, Lance Armstrong is formally stripped of the seven Tour de France titles he won from 1999 to 2005 and banned for life from competitive cycling after being charged with systematically using illicit performance-enhancing drugs and blood transfusions as well as demanding that some ...
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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
  • devotion

    Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for October 22, 2021 is:

    devotion • \dih-VOH-shun\  • noun

    Devotion means being dedicated or loyal, or expressing dedication or loyalty.

    // The organizer's devotion to the cause of the fundraiser was greatly admired.

    // The students' devotion of their time to the science project was not overlooked by their teacher.

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    "Restaurant loyalties run deep. Look at the scads of eateries that have drawn devotion for decades in the Park Cities, Preston Hollow, and environs." — Kathy Biehl, The Preston Hollow People (Dallas, Texas), 14 Sept. 2021

    Did you know?

    Devotion and the verb devote come from the act of taking a vow (the Latin verb vovēre means "to vow"). Devote was once used as an adjective that could mean either "devout" or "devoted." While devout implies faithfulness of a religious nature ("a devout parishioner), devoted refers to one's commitment to another through love and loyalty ("a singer's devoted fans").

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