July 22nd, 2017

Travel is love::Go Places

Word of the Day 07/22/17 Instantiate

Instantiate (verb)
instantiate [in-stan-shee-eyt]


verb (used with object), instantiated, instantiating.
1. to provide an instance of or concrete evidence in support of (a theory, concept, claim, or the like).



Origin: 1945-50; < Latin instanti(a) (taken as combining form of instance) + -ate

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Weekend Challenge: We're all going on a, summer holiday!

Hey everyone! Happy wording!

Here in the United Kingdom it is now the SUMMER holidays for all the university students and small school children. In celebration of this and the fact I am currently booking the flights for my Asian travelling extravaganza with my best friend... This weekend Challenge is all about locations.

Comment on this post and I will give you a picture of a place and the name of a place. Use this in any way you choose, go crazy.
Post your creation back here by midnight at the end of Monday and I will make you a written reward or contribute words to my numerous WIPs

Fire away and have fun