Alliteration (also known as head rhyme, initial rhyme, or front rhyme) is a device in written and spoken languages in which a string of words and phrases repeats the same letter or letter combinations. Much of children's poetry uses alliteration: "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers" is a memorable tongue-twister taught to English-speaking children.
Archaeologists have discovered large quantities of treasure, which may be called ‘Atlantean treasures,’ in ancient Minoan-era buildings in Crete. Excavations conducted this year by Lasithi Antiquities Ephorate on the western part of the islet Chryssi
Meteorology is becoming more and more popular, but it's still a fairly uncommon field of study. If you have the smallest inkling of fascination. Here are nine reasons why a career in the weather sciences may be a good fit for you. Maybe a 4-year degree isn't feasible for you-that's okay! There are still ways you can contribute to your local and national weather communities.
A cave dig in Indonesia has unearthed a unique collection of prehistoric ornaments and artworks that date back in some instances to at least 30,000 years ago. The site is thought to have been used by some of the world’s earliest cave artists.
Let's look at four words that sound similar but have different meanings. Medal and meddle are homophones, as are metal and mettle . Definitions The noun medal refers to a flat piece of metal stamped with an image or design--like a badge on a police officer's uniform, a medallion on a New York City taxicab, or a service medal awarded to a member of the armed forces.