Monday, September 03, 2018

Monday, September 3, 2018

hieratic \hahy-uh-RAT-ik\, adjective:
1. Highly restrained or severe in emotional import: Some of the more hieratic sculptures leave the viewer curiously unmoved.
2. Also, hi·er·at·i·cal. of or pertaining to priests or the priesthood; sacerdotal; priestly.
3. Noting or pertaining to a form of ancient Egyptian writing consisting of abridged forms of hieroglyphics, used by the priests in their records.
4. Noting or pertaining to certain styles in art in which the representations or methods are fixed by or as if by religious tradition.
1. Ancient Egyptian hieratic writing.
Related to the word hierarchy, hieratic comes from the Greek word hierātikós meaning "priestly."
no cap 
  • Usually means No lie. Someone usually uses this after saying an unbelievable statement or asking a serious question. 
Kayla: How do I look? 
Brianna: No cap, you look a mess.

  • Labor Day: Holiday celebrated in the United States and Canada on the first Monday in September to honor the laborer. It was inaugurated by the Knights of Labor in 1882 and made a national holiday by the U.S. Congress in 1894. In most other countries—and among the leftists in the United States and Canada—May Day (May 1) is celebrated instead.

  • San Marino: independent country inside Italy — arguably the world's smallest and oldest republic — was founded (301)
  • Richard the Lion-Hearted: was crowned king of England after defeating his father, Henry II (1189)
  • Treaty of Paris: the US Revolutionary War came to an official end (1783)
  • Malcolm Campbell: English racer and journalist became the first person to drive an automobile over 300 mph, at Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah (1935)
  • Nicolo Amati 1596
  • Ferdinand Porsche1875
  • Alan Ladd 1913
  • Tom Glazer 1914
  • Kitty Carlisle-Hart 1914
  • Helen Wagner 1918
  • Mort Walker 1923
  • Hank Thompson 1925
  • Irene Papas 1926
  • Bill Fleming 1926
  • Anne Jackson 1926
  • Hugh Sidney 1927
  • Tompall Glaser 1933
  • Freddie King (Frederick Christian) 1934 - Guitarist and singer known as "the Texas Cannonball."
  • Richard Castellano 1934
  • Eileen Brennan 1935
  • Pauline Collins 1940
  • Al Jardine (Beach Boys) 1942
  • Valerie Perrine 1943
  • Dave Eichelberger 1943
  • Gary Leeds (The Walker Brothers) 1944
  • George Biondo (Steppenwolf) 1945
  • Donald Brewer (Grand Funk Railroad) 1948
  • Steve Jones (Sex Pistols) 1955 
  • Charlie Sheen 1965 - WINNING!
  • Costas Mandylor 1965
  • Todd Lewis (The Toadies) 1965
  • Jennifer Paige 1973