April 1st, 2020

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Welcome to the April Daily Count Challenge!

Last night was rough. I forgot to post this.

Welcome to the April Daily Count Challenge!

Behind the cut, you will find a list of everyone participating in the Daily Count Challenge and their day. I'm 99% certain I got everyone who signed up and put them on the correct days, but if I missed up, or a day doesn't work out, comment to this entry and let me know.

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Every Tuesday night I will put up a reminder post for the next week. If someone forgets to post that they've done their writing for the day, the next person will know it's their turn and can post after they've done their writing.

For example, it's 05 April and simplyn2deep hasn't made a post saying that they've done their daily writing, on 06 April, jennytork can post when they've done their writing to keep things moving on.

I think I've covered everything, but if not, please let me know.
Adele:pink & yellow

Word of the Day 04/01/20 Vis-à-vis

Vis-à-vis (adverb, adjective, preposition, noun)
vis-à-vis [ vee-zuh-vee; French vee-za-vee ]


adverb
1. face to face: They sat vis-à-vis at the table.

adjective
2. face-to-face: a vis-à-vis encounter.
3. Numismatics. (of a coin) having two portraits facing each other.

preposition
4. in relation to; compared with: income vis-à-vis expenditures.
5. facing; opposite: They were now vis-à-vis the most famous painting in the Louvre.

noun, plural vis-à-vis [vee-zuh-veez; French vee-za-vee].
6. a person face to face with or situated opposite to another: He offered a cigarette to his vis-à-vis.
7. a date at a social affair: She introduced her vis-à-vis to the hostess.
8. a person of equal authority, rank, or the like: my vis-à-vis in the Louisville office.
9. a carriage in which the occupants sit face to face.
10. Furniture. tête-à-tête(def 2).

WORDS RELATED TO VIS-A-VIS
facing, date, escort, opposite, versus

See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com

Origin: 1745–55; < French: face to face; see visage

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Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.