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Tune in weekdays beginning at 8:05 AM to WFLO AM and FM for the Call Flo Radio Show! Your hosts Francis Wood, along with Chris Wood, and Christopher Brochon, will bring you the show! Whether its some good news, birthdays and anniversaries, the word of the day, or laughs about sardines, join us on CALL FLO. We would love to hear from you during the show! The contact numbers for The Call Flo Radio Show are 434-392-8881 (local) or 1-800-825-5356 (long distance). Monthly, host Francis Wood will speak with 5th District Congressman Robert Hurt (R). Join Francis and the Congressman on the first Tuesday of the month to hear about what’s going on in Washington D.C. and how it affects you!
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Chris Brochon’s Word of the Day If you come across or know some great words, send them to me at email@example.com.
1/27/2015: priggish-with a self-righteous, superior tone or attitude
1/26/2015: oblate- flatted at the poles; often the object is spheroid
1/23/2015: prognathous- having a projecting lower jaw or chin
1/22/2015: caprice- a sudden and unaccountable change of behavior
1/21/2015: plebiscite- direct vote of all members
1/20/2015: piebald-multicolored, black and white, or brown and white
1/19/2015: neoteric- modern, recent
1/16/2015: diaphragmatic- involving or resembling the diaphragm
1/15/2015: parlous- bad, dreadful, risky
1/14/2015: larrikin- disorderly or rowdy
1/13/2015: evanesce- vanish or fade away
1/12/2015: dowie- dull or melancholy
1/9/2015: monocotyledenous- any flowering plant having a single seed leaf with parallel veins, like grasses and orchids
1/8/2015: cogitation- the faculty of thinking
1/7/2015: caesura- an interruption or break
1/5/2015: belletrist-essay written and read for aesthetic effect