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Sharepoint word of the day

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I need to display a single word from a list on to a page within Sharepoint. The source of the word can be a list, txt or excel file or embedded in the code. I would like to have the word list be made up of 1095 words so this provides for 3 years of words.

Each time the page loads, the ford for that day is looked up and displayed on the page. I would prefer that this be displayed within a Content Editor webpart

I have attempted to do this with java script but have been unsuccessful.
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