## 每日一词：sciential（转自 韦氏词典）

Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Day for December 2, 2018 is:

1 : relating to or producing knowledge or science

2 : having efficient knowledge : capable

Examples:

There was no apparent sciential reason for the birds to have migrated this far south.

“The hidden treasures of science, St. Bonaventure tells us, can be discovered … in a knowledge of either the principles or the conclusions of sciential demonstrations.” — John Francis Quinn, The Historical Constitution of St. Bonaventure’s Philosophy, 1973

Did you know?

You might expect sciential, which derives from Latin scientia (meaning “knowledge”), to be used mostly in technical papers and descriptions of scientific experiments. In truth, however, sciential has long been a favorite of playwrights and poets. It appears in the works of Ben Jonson, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and John Keats, among others. Keats made particularly lyrical use of it in his narrative poem “Lamia,” which depicts a doomed love affair between the Greek sorceress Lamia and a human named Lycius. In the poem, Hermes transforms Lamia from a serpent into a beautiful woman, “Not one hour old, yet of sciential brain.”

Lake桑

December 02, 2018 at 01:00PM

## 满偏电流与电竞队伍。

iG战队，一个电子竞技俱乐部，成立于2011年，大概是由于一些原因（这里不再赘述）（因为说实话看了会令人发笑那就不写了），大家开始纷纷喊到：“iG 牛逼！”（简写作ignb），于是……

Lake桑

2018.12.2