Word Of The Day – Morass

Morass: Noun Origin: late 15th century. from the Dutch word moeras, of Middle Dutch marasch, from  Old French marais ‘mash‘, also from Latin medieval: ‘maricus.’ IPA Pronunciation: /məˈras/ – muh-RASS Meaning: A situation that’s complicated or confusing. An area of muddy or boggy ground. Synonyms: confusion, mix-up, chaos, marsh,swamp,clutter. Sentences:  The landlord was quite upset about the morass she found … More Word Of The Day – Morass

Pain Au Chocolat

Originally posted on The Cynical Obscurantist:
Sweet and savoury Drops of lovely melody With every bite and whim . Light fluff of tender bread Dark intensity of chocolate Clashing greatly from within . Despite your offbeat name You never cause any pain And relinquish every part of me . Viennoiserie sweet roll Taking delicate mouthfuls…

Roche Forte L’Afrique Spelling Bee 2016 Program Schedule and Travel Information.

Schedule and Travel Information.     Tuesday May 24th 2016 Arrival of International Delegates From East Africa Wednesday May 25th 2016 Arrival International Delegates From Nigeria May 24th and 25th 2016  12 noon Registration of spellers at the National University Of Benin Ampli Epac Office. 1300-1500 GMT Hotel Check in 1700-1900 GMT Dinner and introduction of … More Roche Forte L’Afrique Spelling Bee 2016 Program Schedule and Travel Information.