Wordy Wednesday - ouroboros

Welcome to 'Wordy Wednesday' brought to you by our friends at Yorkton Public Library, (including Slow the friendly sloth), and appearing here courtesy of Yorkton This Week.

Today’s word is ouroboros - a circular symbol depicting a snake, or less commonly a dragon, swallowing its tail, as an emblem of wholeness or infinity.

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 As an example; Locked in a chess game, Slow the Sloth and the alligator were entangled in an ouroboros of tension.

The library also provides free scanning to email and photocopies for a fee.

And, you can find all kinds of great books filled with words to read at the YPL, plus DVDs, audiobooks and magazines to borrow. All for free. Check it out at https://parklandlibrary.ca/branch/159

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