Motivational Quote of the Day-17 Oct 2011


MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Do just once what others say you can’t do, and you will never pay attention to their limitations again.”

James R. Cook
1728-1779, Naval Explorer

WORD OF THE DAY

dorsal

\DAWR-suhl\ , adjective;

1.
Situated on the back
2.
In Anatomy situated on or toward the upper side of the body, equivalent to the back, or posterior, in humans.
3.
In Botany pertaining to the surface away from the axis, as of a leaf; abaxial.
4.
In Phonetics articulated with the dorsum of the tongue.

noun:

1.
In Phonetics a dorsal speech sound.
2.
In Anatomy a dorsal structure.
Quotes:
The arm was lying, fully extended, with the dorsal side uppermost.
— R. Austin Freeman, The Eye of Osiris
Dorsal fins broke the surface, carving the cobalt water clean and silver.
— Zoë Archer, Scoundrel
Origin:
Dorsal comes from the Latin dorsum meaning “back.”
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JASON DERULO-IT GIRL-LYRIC VIDEO

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