miscellany miscellany  /ˈmɪs ə ˌleɪ ni/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a collection containing a variety of sorts of things
  2. (n) an anthology of short literary pieces and poems and ballads etc.

News

  1. Piccolo’s Music moves into larger space 2 doors down

    Piccolo’s Music barely missed a beat after moving to their new store location two doors down at the former Pet Town at 1401 11th Ave., opening for business just two days after their move, with the help of 40 or so volunteers. On Wednesday piles of miscellany, boxes and buckets — remnants of the volunteer “bucket brigade” — were still scattered throughout the sales floor between display racks ...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Helena Independent Record

  2. Charlotte's Edison Nation Is Churning Out The Next Big Thing

    The following guest post is by Nate Hindman and Joe Epstein. Exoskeletal body armor designed for protecting guards in prison riots. Infinitely gyroscoping bowls designed for spill-prone toddlers. High-powered pneumatic pogo sticks designed for? people who are really into falling from extreme heights. They?re the kind of instruments of miscellany you would expect to find in an MIT engineering lab ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Forbes

  3. NBA Replay: Spurs, Heat gear up for Game 3

    NBA Replay: Heat, Spurs gear up for Game 3 There were no games in the NBA last night, unless you count the off-the-court coaching shuffles, tampering fines and other miscellany. The NBA Finals do resume tonight in San Antonio (Game 3 is at 9 p.m. ET on ABC with the series tied 1-1.)The Spurs Nation blog at mysantonio.com has tonight's keys to victory for the Spurs, and it starts with minimizing ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Sentinel & Enterprise

Quotes

  1. Tory MSP Bill Aitken said: "It will be a case of carry on thieving, disturbing the peace, shoplifting, subjecting people to fear and all other miscellany of petty crime. These proposals are going to profoundly damage Scotland's society."
    on Jun 30, 2010 By: Bill Aitken Source: The Sun

  2. Mary Baker Eddy, who discovered Christian Science, wrote in "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany": "What cannot love and righteousness achieve for the race? All that can be accomplished, and more than history has yet...
    on Mar 9, 2005 By: Mary Baker Eddy Source: Christian Science Monitor

Word of the Day
nebulous nebulous
/ˈnɛb jə ləs /