If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world. -- J.R.R. Tolkien
July 02, 2022
conditions: Partly Cloudy, 25.5°C, 101.0 kPa falling, wind at WSW 33 km/h and 38 % humidity

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Sun Jul 3Sunny
high: 24 c
Mon Jul 4A mix of sun and cloud
A mix of sun and cloud
high: 26 c
Tue Jul 5Chance of showers
Chance of showers
high: 20 c
pop: 60%
Wed Jul 6Sunny
high: 23 c
Thu Jul 7A mix of sun and cloud
A mix of sun and cloud
high: 28 c

adjective (AP-uh-zit)

Apposite is used to describe what is very appropriate, or what is suitable for an occasion or situation. It is a synonym of apt.

// Before sending the final draft of his novel to his editor, Lyle searched for an apposite quotation that could serve as the book's epigraph.

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“The fact that Apple can make these stories, many of which have been told before, feel so immediate is a testament to his canny knack for choosing apposite details.” — Seth Mnookin, The New York Times, 6 Jun. 2021

"Often the oppressor goes along unaware of the evil involved in his oppression so long as the oppressed accepts it." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Pietro Ottoboni, Italian cardinal and grandnephew of Pope Alexander VIII, born in Venice (d. 1740)
- Maria Theresa of Austria-Este, Queen of Bavaria, born in Brno, Austrian Empire (d. 1919)
- Alfons Maria Jakob, German neurologist, born in Aschaffenburg, Bavaria (d. 1931)
- Gus Dorais, American College Football Hall of Fame quarterback (Notre Dame), coach (Gonzaga, Detroit Lions), born in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin (d. 1954)
- Pierre Cardin, Italian-French fashion designer, born in San Biagio di Callalta, Italy (d. 2020)
- Medgar Evers, American civil rights activist and NAACP official who was assassinated, born in Decatur, Mississippi (d. 1963)
- Richard Axel, American scientist, Nobel laureate
- Pat Dufficy, Westerly RI, female catcher (Colo Silver Bullets)

On this date in 1979, it snowed nearly six inches in Stampede Pass, Washington, setting a record for the month of July.

- Battle of La Roche-aux-Moines (Angers), part of King John of England's attempt to reclaim Normandy from France
- King James II disbands English parliament
- Labor disputes lead to race riot in East St Louis, Illinois - Black neighborhood attacked and burned, 40-200 killed and 6000 left homeless
- Gulf of Biskaje: Liberator bombers sinks U-126
- Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Venus Williams beats fellow American Lindsay Davenport 4-6, 7-6, 9-7 for the 3rd of her 5 Wimbledon singles titles
- Women's PGA Championship, Olympia Fields CC: American Danielle Kang scores her first professional win, 1 stroke ahead of defending champion Brooke Henderson of Canada
- Elizabeth Tudor, English princess, second daughter and fourth child of Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, born in Richmond Palace, Surrey, England (d. 1495)
- Ruth Berghaus, German choreographer and opera director, born in Dresden, Germany (d. 1996)
- Ervin Hall, 100m hurdler (Olympic silver 1968), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Mark Tewksbury, Canadian swimmer (Olympic gold 100m backstroke 1992), born in Calgary, Alberta

Generated 4:13 PM Sat, Jul 02 2022 (week 26)