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  1. 1. 1. Released as a single in August 1973, X went straight to the top of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and reached number five on the UK singles chart. The song was also a #1 hit in both Canada and Australia for five weeks each and topped the charts in many countries throughout Europe and the rest of the world. The principal songwriter wrote in his biography that X is basically heroin and his attempt while detoxing in Switzerland to once and for all "say goodbye". Two music videos were shot to promote the song. The song garnered controversy when, in 2005, the German party CDU used the song for its election campaign for Angela Merkel, though the band who had performed the song hadn’t given them permission to do so. Identify X.
  2. 2. Angie.
  3. 3. 2. Xs are blue and diamond-shaped with the word "Pfizer" engraved on one side, and "VGR xx" (where xx stands for "25", "50" or "100", the dose of X in milligrams) engraved on the other. The 2007 Ig Nobel Prize in Aviation went to Patricia V. Agostino, Santiago A. Plano, and Diego A. Golombek of Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina for their discovery that X aids jet lag recovery in hamsters. Professional athletes have been documented using X, believing the opening of their blood vessels will enrich their muscles. In clinical trials, the most common adverse effects of X use included headache, flushing, dyspepsia, nasal congestion and impaired vision, including photophobia and blurred vision. Identify X.
  4. 4. Viagra.
  5. 5. 3. 1993 saw X win the only doubles title of his career, at the Cincinnati Masters, partnered with Petr Korda. X missed much of the early part of that year with injuries. Although he made the quarterfinals in his Wimbledon title defense, he lost to eventual champion in five sets. In 2005, X left Nike after 17 years and signed an endorsement deal with Adidas. A major reason for X leaving Nike was because Nike refused to donate to X's charities and Adidas was more than happy to do so. In 2005 Tennis magazine named X the 7th greatest male player—and 12th greatest player overall—for the period 1965 through 2005. On July 9, 2011, X was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Newport, Rhode Island. X holds the record for the most number of grand slam sets played in the Open Era. Identify X.
  6. 6. Andre Agassi.
  7. 7. 4. In medieval England there were nomadic mercenaries who wandered the country side and would sell their services to the highest bidder. These were hardened fighters who lived solitary lives in the wilderness. They did not have the luxury of servants to polish their armor and it would oxidize to a blackish hue, and they came to be known as black knights. At local town festivals they would have exhibition jousting matches in which the winner of the fight would win the loser's weapons and armor. The local gentry, softened by the good life, would lose to these black knights. The nomadic knights didn't have much use for an extra set of armor and would sell it back to them immediately after the fight. The losing nobility would be forced to buy back their armor. Which oft used term did this give rise to?
  8. 8. Black Market.
  9. 9. 5. Which relatively well known Japanese word roughly translates to “New trunk line”?
  10. 10. Shinkansen(Bullet Train).
  11. 11. 6. A X is approximately 1.9 cm in diameter and 0.4 cm deep. Introduced for the first time in 1948, the iconic element to X was introduced for the first time in 1955. X is still Britain's best variety of it’s kind with approximately 20 million produced every day and an average of one hundred and fifty of them consumed every second. Identify X.
  12. 12. Polo.
  13. 13. 7. Test Points, Crystal Oscillator and Writeprotect Switch are different parts of which very commonly used object?
  14. 14. USB Drive.
  15. 15. 8. N was a Czech journalist, writer and poet, one of the most prominent representatives of Czech Realism and a member of "the May school". However, he will be forever remembered in the world of literature for having lent a part of his name to Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto, who died in 1973. Put funda.
  16. 16. Jan Neruda, from whom Pablo Neruda borrowed his pen name and later, legal name.
  17. 17. 9. X suffered from a liquidity crisis when its credit ratings were downgraded below "AA" levels in September 2008. The United States Federal Reserve Bank on September 16, 2008 created an $85 billion credit facility to enable X to meet increased collateral obligations consequent to the credit rating downgrade, in exchange for the issuance of a stock warrant to the Federal Reserve Bank for 79.9% of the equity of X. Their deal with Y was announced on April 6, 2006, by Y’s CEO(picture next slide). In January 2009, it was announced that X wouldn’t renew the deal beyond May 2010 ,and hence, Y had something new. Identify X and Y.
  18. 18. X-AIG Y-Manchester United F.C.
  19. 19. 10. 19th century manuscript of what?
  20. 20. Bhagavad Gita.
  21. 21. 11. X has been awarded gold medals at Monde World Selections since 1982. X is produced by Mohan Meakin, based in Mohan Nagar in Ghaziabad and is available in all parts of India. There is very little advertising whatsoever for X; its popularity depends on word of mouth and loyalty of customers. X, according to many estimates, is the world’s third highest selling variety of it’s kind. Identify X.
  22. 22. Old Monk.
  23. 23. 12. Put funda.(Hint:- Think abolition, continuance and no reported use for a long time).
  24. 24. Capital punishment.
  25. 25. 13. Whose statue in Ashdod, Israel?
  26. 26. Samson.
  27. 27. 14. From 1994 until 2007 X was part of the Ford Motor Company, becoming part of the company's Premier Automotive Group in 2000. On 12 March 2007, X was purchased for £479 million by a joint venture company, headed by David Richards and co-owned by Investment Dar and businessman John Sinders. X was founded in 1913 by Lionel ___________ and Robert Bamford. The two had joined forces as Bamford & ____________ the previous year to sell cars made by Singer from premises in Callow Street, London. In 1947, David Brown Limited bought X under the leadership of managing director Sir David Brown—its "post-war saviour". In January 2009, it was announced that X was entering the 2009 Le Mans 24 hour race as a factory team in the prestigious LMP1 division. A silver/grey convertible from X was driven by Michael Caine's character in the original 1969 version of The Italian Job. Identify X.
  28. 28. Aston Martin.
  29. 29. 15. As of 2011, the only nations in Europe that prohibit live X are Norway and Albania, according to Dagbladet. Straight, Stud ,draw and Flop are certain varieties of X. In the 1970s, the first serious X strategy books appeared, notably Super/System by Doyle Brunson. By the 1980s, X was being depicted in popular culture as a commonplace recreational activity.X was featured in at least 10 episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation as a weekly event of the senior staff of the fictional ship's crew. In 1999, Late Night X debuted on British television, introducing X for the first time to many Europeans. Identify X.
  30. 30. Poker.
  31. 31. 16. Put funda. (Hint:- Classic Rock N Roll).
  32. 32. Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters, the song which lent The Rolling Stones their name.
  33. 33. 17. In 1987, Thomas Knoll, a PhD student at the University of Michigan began writing a program on his Macintosh Plus to display grayscale images on a monochrome display. Thomas took a six month break from his studies in 1988 to collaborate with his brother (who had insisted on it) on the program, which had been renamed. During this time, John traveled to Silicon Valley and gave a demonstration of the program to engineers at Apple and Russell Brown, art director at __________. Both showings were successful, and _________ decided to purchase the license to distribute in September 1988 .And hence, X 1.0 was released in 1990 for Macintosh exclusively. The Arabic, Greek, and Hebrew versions of X are now .available from Winsoft. Identify X.
  34. 34. Adobe Photoshop.
  35. 35. 18. Whose coat of arms?
  36. 36. James Bond.
  37. 37. 20. X coined the word Y (the behavioral equivalent of a gene) to describe how Darwinian principles might be extended to explain the spread of ideas and cultural phenomena. This has spawned the field of Ytics. X‘s Ys refer to any cultural entity that an observer might consider a replicator of a certain idea or a complex of ideas. X hypothesised that people could view many cultural entities as capable of such replication, generally through exposure to humans, who have evolved as efficient (although not perfect) copiers of information and behaviour. Ys are not always copied perfectly, and might indeed become refined, combined or otherwise modified with other ideas, resulting in new memes, which may themselves prove more, or less, efficient replicators than their predecessors, thus providing a framework for a hypothesis of cultural evolution, analogous to the theory of biological evolution based on genes. Identify both X AND Y, the author The Selfish Gene.
  38. 38. X- Richard Dawkins Y-Meme.
  39. 39. • 21. He was born on June 22nd, 1969 in Exeter, New Hampshire, and was raised a Catholic. He drives an automatic Saab 900S and is nicknamed “The Dolphin” at the place where he works, both for his affable nature and something else. The Lost Language of Ideograms and Religious Iconology are two books written by him. He was named after a professor of Typography at Drexel University. Identify.
  40. 40. Robert Langdon.
  41. 41. 22. XY is a cartoon character created by Joanna Ferrone and Sue Rose. Rose first developed the character in 1985 on a napkin in a restaurant. They later stenciled X on T-shirts with the credo: “X is for X, X is against no one". These T-shirts became very popular in New York. XY and other friends also appeared in Saturday morning bumpers for CBS from 1990 to 1993 and in the early 1990s XY had his own comic strip in the teenage magazine YM. XY reappeared majorly in the 2000s and has become famous since then. Identify XY or put funda.
  42. 42. Fido Dido, used for advertising by 7Up.
  43. 43. 23. In the Jewish tradition, Lilith was a demon who was believed to steal children's souls at night. To guard against Lilith, Jewish people would hang four amulets on nursery walls with the inscription "Lilith – abi!" ["Lilith – begone"] . In 1072, Turkish writer Mahmud alKashgari mentions old Turkish Xs as 'balubalu' in his book 'Dīwānu l-Luġat al-Turk‘. The above are contested origins for which word(X)?
  44. 44. Lullaby.
  45. 45. 24. Identify the instrument.
  46. 46. Aeolian Harp.
  47. 47. 25.(Dedication) In 2002, Q named him the 6th most influential figure in music. He has a famous drooping left eyelid due to a botched surgery. He released his first solo album , The Eraser in 2006. He has never learned to read music , considering it meaningless. He now lives in Oxford with his girlfriend Rachel Owen. He was born in 1968. Identify him.
  48. 48. Thom Yorke.
  49. 49. 26. The name of which country comes from the Old English word for “Foreigner’s land”?
  50. 50. Wales.
  51. 51. 27. This film, released in 1958, did not show the credits in Bengali, but French. Some subsequent DVDs even contain it’s French title , “La Pierre Philosophale”. This is the director’s first film with a concerned actor ,who only makes a guest apperance at a cocktail party ,going on to play the lead in the director’s next film. It was nominated for the Palme D’Or at the 1958 Cannes Film Festival. Name the film.
  52. 52. Parashpathar.
  53. 53. 28. He was born in 1949. He has worked for ,among others, AIR and UBI. He stayed at the USA from 1980 to 1986, working for the Bengali language Department of the Voice of America at Washington D.C. He was a journalist in Nicaragua during the Sandinista revolution and wrote Mukto Nicaragua on his experiences. He has been married five times and describes himself as an agnostic, nihilistanarchist and polygamous. Identify him.
  54. 54. Kabir Suman.
  55. 55. 29. The founding ideas of what began with a posting by Col Needham titled "Those Eyes", on the subject of actresses with beautiful eyes, in the late 1980s?
  56. 56. IMDB.
  57. 57. 30. Satellite image of what?
  58. 58. Statue of Liberty.
  59. 59. 31. Dear Boss, Saucy Jacky(postcard) and Openshaw were the lesser known ones. Which ones were the most well known?
  60. 60. The From Hell letter.
  61. 61. 32. Identify the voice.
  62. 62. Ed Sullivan.
  63. 63. 33. What started with “There's nothing to tell, he's just some guy I work with” , and ended with a sarcastic “Sure. Where?” ?
  64. 64. Friends.
  65. 65. 34.In 2008, Facebook announced that it would set up it’s international headquarters in this city. The English or the common name for it is derived from it’s local name meaning “black pool”. The city is currently ranked 29th in the Global Financial Centres Index and is listed by the GaWC as a global city. The Garden of Remembrance is a major landmark in the city. The city has more green spaces per square kilometre than any other European capital city, with 97% of city residents living within 300 meters of a park area. Identify the city.
  66. 66. Dublin.
  67. 67. 35. X’s story is found in the Devi Mahatmya text within the Markandeya Purana. X is the son of Rambha and the water princess Shyamala, condemned to be an animal. X was trained to be a king by his relatives. Identify X.
  68. 68. Mahishashura.
  69. 69. 36.Ferdowsi, the famed Iranian poet-historian, gives a number of accounts of royal X tournaments in his 9th century epic, Shahnameh (the Epic of Kings), including an international match. Certainly Persian literature and art give us the richest accounts of X in antiquity. The modern game of X, though formalized and popularized by the British, is derived from Manipuris, who played the game known as 'Sagol Kangjei‘ or 'Kanjai-bazee‘. The oldest X club in the world still in existence is the Calcutta X Club (1862). X is now an active sport in 77 countries, and although its tenure as an Olympic sport was limited to 1900–1939, in 1998 the IOC recognised it as a sport with a bona fide international governing body. X is unique among team sports in that amateur players, often the team patrons, routinely hire and play alongside the sport's top professionals. Identify X.
  70. 70. Polo.
  71. 71. 37.How is this contraption known to us?
  72. 72. Jefferson Airplane.
  73. 73. 38.X was the first emperor crowned by a Pope, Pope Leo III. X's native language was undoubtedly a form of Germanic idiom; however, the specifics as to which remain a matter of controversy. It was probably a Germanic dialect of the Ripuarian Franks, but linguists differ on its identity and chronology. X died January twenty-eighth, the seventh day from the time that he took to his bed, at nine o'clock in the morning, after partaking of the Holy Communion, in the seventy-second year of his age and the forty-seventh of his reign. Charlemagne is quoted by Dr Henry Jones Sr. (played by Sean Connery in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Identify X.
  74. 74. Charlemagne.
  75. 75. 39.The roots of the term X can be traced back to the1900s when certain people resisted the control of a trust called the Motion Picture Patents Company or "Edison Trust.“At the time of the formation of the MPPC, Thomas Edison owned most of the major patents relating to motion pictures, including that for raw film. The MPPC vigorously enforced its patents, often bringing suits. Because of this, a number of these people responded by building their own cameras and moving their operations to Hollywood, California. Identify X.
  76. 76. Independent or Indie films.
  77. 77. 40.X's story has striking similarities to the 10th century AD Persian tale of Rudāba, included in the epic poem Shahnameh by Ferdowsi. The plot of X’s story has been used and parodied in various media and its best known line is an idiom of popular culture. X is called Locika in Czech, Roszpunka in Polish and Zlatokosa in Croatian. An influence for X was Petrosinella or Parsley, written by Giambattista Basile in his 1634 work, Lo cunto de li cunti (The Story of Stories), or Pentamerone. Identify X.
  78. 78. Rapunzel.