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5.6 earthquake strikes northeastern Taiwan

A 5.6-magnitude earthquake struck northeastern Taiwan on Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
The quake hit at a depth of about 10 kilometers (6 miles), the USGS said.
Its epicenter was 36 kilometers north-northwest of the city of Hualian, according to the USGS.
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Now, the VOA Special English program WORDS AND THEIR STORIES.

Some unusual words describe how a person spends his or her time. For example, someone who likes to spend a lot of time sitting or lying down while watching television is sometimes called a couch potato. A couch is a piece of
Update 2: furniture that people sit on while watching television.

Robert Armstrong, an artist from California, developed the term couch potato in nineteen seventy-six. Several years later, he listed the term as a trademark with the United States government. Mister Armstrong also helped write a funny book
Update 3: about life as a full-time television watcher. It is called the “Official Couch Potato Handbook.”

Couch potatoes enjoy watching television just as mouse potatoes enjoy working on computers. A computer mouse is the device that moves the pointer, or cursor, on a computer screen. The description of
Update 4: mouse potato became popular in nineteen ninety-three. American writer Alice Kahn is said to have invented the term to describe young people who spend a lot of time using computers.
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