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Oxford's Defining Words Of 2020: 'Blursday,' 'Systemic Racism' And Yes, 'Pandemic'

Each year, lexicographers at Oxford Languages, the maker of the Oxford English Dictionary, choose a single word or phrase to define the past 12 months. In 2019, it was "climate emergency," and in 2018, it was "toxic."

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NPR News:
China Moon Mission Will Try To Bring Back The First Lunar Rocks In Decades

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PBS NewsHour:
France postpones ‘Black Friday’ to help locked-down shops

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Maine Public News: 
Proposal Would Build 16-Square-Mile Wind Farm Off Maine Coast
 

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NPR News:
Tiana Major9
Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
 

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BBC News: 
Metal monolith found by helicopter crew in Utah desert

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Maine Public News: 
State To Spend $6 Million on Broadband To Unserved Maine Students

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PBS NewsHour: 
What does climate change have to do with a record number of hurricanes?

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BBC Future Planet: 
The seaweed swamping the Atlantic Ocean

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CBC Docs: 
Rewilding Australia, one devil at a time

 

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Take on Maine Public’s Dash of Maine Holiday Cooking Challenge!

Our Week Four recipe is Baked Yellow-Eye Beans recipe submitted by Martha Hadley of Fort Fairfield. Send us a picture of how this recipe turned out in your kitchen to FUN@mainepublic.org. We will then randomly pick one winner from all this week’s submissions and award them a copy of the Maine Bicentennial Community Cookbook!

 

Deadline: Friday, December 4 by noon. Click HERE to view the complete recipe.

 

 

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