Words You Should Know 2013: The 201 Words from Science, Politics, Technology, and Pop Culture That Will Change Your Life This Year

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Simon and Schuster, 18 nov. 2012 - 224 pages
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The most influential words and phrases of 2013!

Every day, hundreds of new words join our vocabulary, whether they're scientific creations, cultural terms, or politically and historically charged additions. With Words You Should Know 2013, you will not only be able to keep up with the changing language, but also discover how these important concepts will impact your life in 2013. This book reveals the origins, usage, and influence of 201 brand-new expressions, including:
  • Gaia mission: a European Space Association project that will map out the galaxy
  • Cash mob: a spinoff of a flash mob, this group of shoppers descends upon an establishment with the idea that they will all spend a collectively agreed-upon sum in order to stimulate the local economy
  • Babymoon: a short vacation an expecting couple takes to savor the simplicity of life before children
  • SkyVue: aiming to be the world's third-largest Ferris Wheel in the world, this 500-foot ride will be the newest addition to the Vegas skyline in 2013

From cyberespionage and gendercide to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and aerostats, Words You Should Know 2013 presents you with words and phrases that will define your way of life this year.
 

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Section 12
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À propos de l'auteur (2012)

Nicole Cammorata is a Boston-based journalist. Her work has appeared in the "Boston Globe," the "Boston Globe Sunday Magazine," Boston.com, and "Dazed & Confused" magazine.

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