WORD OF THE DAY


Meritocracy mer-it-OK-rə-see Part of speech: noun Origin: British English, 1958 1 A government system in which power and advancement is based upon talent and performance, rather than birthright or wealth 2 Any organizational structure in which people are judged based on achievement Examples of Meritocracy in a sentence "Democratic elections promote a meritocracy, instead of a monarchy, where power … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

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Did you know... ... that today is Self-Starter Day? For you self-starters out there, the automatic self-starter for an automobile was patented by Clyde J. Coleman of New York City on this day in 1903. So, the next time you turn the key in your car, take a moment to say... thanks, Clyde! 😉 ~~~ … Continue reading Did you know…