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
- Nationwide Foundation Awards $10 Million for Pediatric Innovation Fund
By email@example.com (Matt Sinclair) - Friday Jun 2, 2017
The gift will support the Institute for Genomic Medicine, one of the first ventures focused on personalized pediatric medicine at a children's hospital in the United States....
- 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.