FARSO, Denmark — Defending champion Thomas Pieters missed the cut at the Made In Denmark tournament, as Steve Webster took a one-shot lead (...)
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- Steve Webster leads Made In Denmark tournament; Pieters misses cut
By Associated Press - Friday Aug 25, 2017
- Taylor Swift’s blank space; Foot Locker’s plunge; Webster’s fun
By Chronicle Staff and News Services - Friday Aug 18, 2017
Got nothing in her tweets Taylor Swift emptied her Instagram account and changed her Twitter profile to a blank gray image Friday, fueling speculation that she might soon release her long-awaited sixth album. With more than 9.5 million copies sold, 2014’s “1989” is one of the best-selling albums of the decade, helping juice record-industry sales as they recovered from digital decimation.
- Merriam-Webster Shuts Down ‘Doctor Who’ Sexist Trolls With Epic Tweet
By Ashley Eady, provided by
- Monday Jul 17, 2017
Merriam-Webster Shuts Down ‘Doctor Who’ Sexist Trolls With Epic TweetAfter the creators of the popular sci-fi show, “Doctor Who,” announced Sunday that its 13th doctor would be a woman — played by Jodie Whittaker — many male fans of the show expressed their displeasure that a female had been chosen.When one user argued that the word “lord” had an inherently masculine connotation (in the show, the Doctor is also called a “Time Lord”), another responded with Merriam-Webster’s actual definition of the word, which, in fact, has nothing to do with gender.Read original story Merriam-Webster Shuts Down ‘Doctor Who’ Sexist Trolls With Epic Tweet At TheWrap
- 'Sriracha' is now in the dictionary. What took you so long, Merriam-Webster?
By Maura Judkis, The Washington Post - Tuesday Sep 19, 2017
This is the life cycle of a food trend: First, it starts bubbling up in cool boutique shops in New York or Los Angeles or San Francisco, and then every city in America has it. It goes mass-market, then there's a backlash, and then a backlash to the backlash, and eventually, if it's something truly enduring, it ends up where froyo finds itself today: In the dictionary. The abbreviation for frozen yogurt, froyo - spelled exactly like that, no hyphen - a dessert that was stratospherically popular from 2006 to about 2012, is now a defined word in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, one of 250 new additions announced Monday.
- Merriam-Webster Adds ‘Showrunner’ to Dictionary the Day After the Emmys
By Tony Maglio, provided by
- Monday Sep 18, 2017
Showrunners, you’ve finally made it. Into the dictionary, that is.Merriam-Webster added 250 new words on Monday, including “showrunner,” a term commonly used in the entertainment industry for the lead writer-producer on a television series.The noun (with verb potential) made it in the morning after the 69th annual Emmy Awards. Coincidence? Maybe, considering other new entries like “alt-right” and “froyo” had nothing to do with last night’s ceremony on CBS.Also Read: 12 Times Merriam-Webster Dictionary's Twitter Trolled Trump Team - With English (Photos)Also making the cut was a new internet-focused definition for “troll,” referring to one who stalks and insults over social media and on message boards.
- Merriam-Webster gets spicy and political with new dictionary words
By Gianluca Mezzofiore - Tuesday Sep 19, 2017
Our favorite dictionary-turned-Twitter-wise-guy is back with fresh insights into our crazy, crazy times.
Merriam-Webster is expanding its vocabulary list with over 250 new words and definitions. While some of them reflect outstanding technological and societal changes, others seem to hint at how messed up our post-Trump era has become.
Two of the new words included in the dictionary's recent additions are "alt-right" and "troll," which complete each other and are a sad commentary on once-fringe movements going mainstream. Read more...More about Troll, Sriracha, Alt Right, Merriam Webster, and Merriam Webster Dictionary