Overwhelm originally meant "bury" or "drown" and the root of of the word is "over the helm" as in stormy seas breaking over the side of the ship.
BBC: “A painting seized by the Nazis from a Jewish family in Germany in 1933 has been found at a museum in New York. The artwork – entitled Winter, by American artist Gari Melchers – was on display at the Arkell Museum until it was recognised last month. Before being taken by the Nazis, it was owned by German philanthropist and publisher Rudolf Mosse, who was Jewish. The piece is being held by the FBI until it can be returned to the Mosse family. The recovery is part of an international effort to locate artwork that was seized by Nazis…”
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DRIVERS ARE KILLING PEDESTRIANS AT THE HIGHEST RATE IN ALMOST 30 YEARS The Verge
Both Protestantism and Catholicism are experiencing losses of population share. Currently, 43% of U.S. adults identify with Protestantism, down from 51% in 2009. And one-in-five adults (20%) are Catholic, down from 23% in 2009. Meanwhile, all subsets of the religiously unaffiliated population – a group also known as religious “nones” – have seen their numbers swell. Self-described atheists now account for 4% of U.S. adults, up modestly but significantly from 2% in 2009; agnostics make up 5% of U.S. adults, up from 3% a decade ago; and 17% of Americans now describe their religion as “nothing in particular,” up from 12% in 2009. Members of non-Christian religions also have grown modestly as a share of the adult population….”
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