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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
adjective: Impossible to pacify or appease.
From Latin placare (to quiet or appease). Ultimately from the Indo-European root plak- (to be flat), which is also the source of fluke, flake, flaw, plead, please, supple, supplicatory, and archipelago. Earliest documented use: 1522.
"Big issues that pit a single, powerless individual against a vast, implacable adversary have inspired some of his most memorable novels."
Bill Sheehan; Grisham's Latest; The Washington Post; Oct 23, 2012.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Nothing is so firmly believed as what is least known. -Michel de Montaigne, essayist (1533-1592)
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