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  • 1. 11/01/2012 ENQUIRY SESSION #2
  • 2. 1. This novel was ranked by Modern Library as the third greatest English-language novel of the 20th century. Throughout the work, language and prose are used to describe indirectly the state of mind of the protagonist, and the subjective effect of the events of his life. A film version, adapted for cinema by Judith Rascoe and directed by Joseph Stric, was released in 1977. It’s title has been adopted and parodied by, among others, Dylan Thomas, the punk band Dillinger Four, A.M. Klein and Grayson Perry. Identify the novel.
  • 3. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
  • 4. 2. Jointless(1899), Jack Knife Safety(1909), Jotter(1954), Classic(1967), Vect or(1986) and Sonnet(1993) are all different kinds of what?
  • 5. Parker models.
  • 6. 3. The X features a bas-relief of someone fishing from a boat. A letter written by Guido Fulcodi Il Grosso in 1265 to his nephew describes X for the first time ever. X ‘s use changed in the 15th century when it was used to seal official documents called ________ briefs. That practice ended in 1842, when the wax with its guard of silk and the impression of X was replaced by a stamp which affixed the same device in red ink. Identify X.
  • 7. Ring of the Fisherman.
  • 8. 4. During the Ming dynasty’s reign (13681644), characters from popular novels such as Water Margin were widely featured on Xs.By the 11th century Xs could be found throughout the Asian continent. Xs first entered Europe in the late 14th century, probably from Mamluk Egypt.Till 1960, Xs printed and sold in the United Kingdom were liable for taxable duty and a certain X carried an indication of the name of the printer and the fact that taxation had been paid on the Xs due to Stamp Act 1765. Identify X.
  • 9. Playing Cards.
  • 10. 5. Which band took it’s name by combining the following two elements :- A patch that had something written on it+ A softball jersey with a certain number on it?
  • 11. Matchbox Twenty.
  • 12. 6. In 1938, Lee Byung-Chull came to Daegu and founded ______ Sangho, a small trading company with forty employees located in Su-dong (now Ingyo-dong). It dealt in groceries produced in and around the city and produced noodles itself. The company prospered and Lee moved its head office to the capital in 1947. X diversified into many areas and Lee sought to establish X as an industry leader in a wide range of enterprises, moving into businesses such as insurance, securities, and retail. Lee placed great importance on industrialization, and focused his economic development strategy on a handful of large domestic conglomerates, protecting them from competition and assisting them financially. In 1980, the company acquired Hanguk Jeonja Tongsin in Gumi , and started to build telecommunication devices. Its early products were switchboards. Identify X.
  • 13. Samsung
  • 14. 7. On 3 October 2005 X was admitted to intensive care at the private Cromwell Hospital in London, suffering from a kidney infection caused by the side effects of immuno-suppressive drugs used to prevent his body from rejecting his transplanted liver. On 27 October, newspapers stated that X was close to death and had sent a farewell message to his loved ones. X's condition improved at first, but deteriorated again in November. On 20 November the British tabloid News of the World published a picture of X at his own request, showing him in his hospital bed, along with what was reported to be his final message: "Don't die like me". Identify X.
  • 15. George Best.
  • 16. 8. X was founded as National Allied Publications in 1934. In March 2003, X acquired publishing and merchandising rights to the long-running fantasy series Elfquest, previously selfpublished by creators Wendy and Richard Pini under their WaRP Graphics publication banner. X’s logo has undergone numerous changes, having been first published in April 1940. Some of its active imprints are Mad Books and Johnny X, while some of its now defunct imprints are Paradox Press, Piranha Press and Helix. Identify X.
  • 17. DC Comics.
  • 18. 9. He is the winner of the 1997 Dirac medal and the 2004 Wolf Prize, amongst numerous other prizes. One of his sons is a computer scientist, whilst the other is a jazz musician. He is an emeritus professor at Edinburgh University. In conjunction with which famous indigenous (to the people present here) name is his well known?
  • 19. Satyendra Nath Bose. (The Higgs Boson particle).
  • 20. 10. Leonid Hurwicz- Economic Sciences Raymond Davis Jr.- Physics John B.Fenn-Chemistry Joseph Rotblat-Peace ??????????????-Literature Identify the connect, or fill in the blanks.
  • 21. Oldest Nobel laureates in their respective spheres. Doris Lessing.
  • 22. 11. A X (two word term, very short) is an act committed by a terrorist organization without carrying out any actual terrorism in an attempt to determine whether a technique they are planning to use will be successful. The X is part of the rehearsal for a terrorist act, and is often the immediate precursor to the attack. Xs may include attempting to smuggle weapons or other items to be used in the attack past a security checkpoint to determine whether or not this will be noticed, or monitoring the reactions of security personnel to the actions that would occur during a real attack. Identify X, a term which also has widespread uses elsewhere.
  • 23. Dry run.
  • 24. 12. Put funda/ Identify the occasion.
  • 25. The gunpowder plot/ Guy Fawkes day.
  • 26. 13. Identify.
  • 27. Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart.
  • 28. 14. The above is the final resting place for what, supposedly?
  • 29. Noah’s ark.
  • 30. 15. What are Ruy Lopez, Dutch, Pirc, NimzoIndian, Caro-Kann and Grunfeld different types of?
  • 31. Chess openings.
  • 32. 16. The X is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide and attains a depth of over a mile (6,000 feet / 1,800 metres). The first European known to have viewed X was García López de Cárdenas from Spain, who arrived in 1540. The Pueblo people considered X ("Ongtupqa" in Hopi language) a holy site and made pilgrimages to it. About 600 deaths have occurred in X since the 1870s. Some of these deaths occurred as the result of overly zealous photographic endeavors, some were the result of airplane collisions, while others have died by drowning. Identify X.
  • 33. The Grand Canyon.
  • 34. 17. Which word in English, also the name of a 2000 movie which won Academy Awards for screenplay and editing, derives from an Arabic word which means to slowly walk along together?
  • 35. Traffic.( The Arabic word being Taraffaga) Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic.
  • 36. 18. Dried leaves of which plant?
  • 37. Cannabis.
  • 38. 19. With over 20 million manufactured in an aircooled, rear-engine, rear-wheel drive configuration, X is the longest-running and most-manufactured automobile of a single design platform anywhere in the world. X’s sales boomed in the 1960s, thanks to clever advertising campaigns, and X's reputation for reliability and sturdiness. X is widely used in drag racing;its rearward weight distribution keeps the weight over the rear wheels, maximizing grip off the starting line. In Footloose , Kevin Bacon drives an X. Id X.
  • 39. The Volkswagen Beetle.
  • 40. 20. X's success within the television industry has launched her film career, appearing in films such as Lucky 13 (2005), The Penthouse (2010), Hop (2011) and The Last Ride (2011). X was named #77 on FHM-Us 100 Sexiest Women in 2005 and #21 in 2008. Born in 1985, role as Maureen McCormick in the 2000 TV movie Growing Up Brady brought her much attention, as well as a role on the CBS sitcom Ladies Man. Name X, or gimme the name of the most famous character she’s been playing.
  • 41. Kaley Cuoco, who plays Penny on The Big Bang Theory.
  • 42. 21. Circumaural and Supra-Aural are the two different types of what very commonly used equipment?
  • 43. Headphones.
  • 44. 22. The origin of which very well known term in literature and cinema in Horace’s Ars Poetica, wherein lines 147– 149 describe the ideal epic poet? Nor does he begin the Trojan War from the egg, but always he hurries to the action, and snatches the listener ………………….. The "egg" reference is to the mythological origin of the Trojan War in the birth of Helen and Clytemnestra from the double egg laid by Leda following her rape, as a metamorphosed swan, by Zeus.
  • 45. In medias res (into the middle of things).
  • 46. 23. The R effect is the effect of the subjectivity of perception on recollection, by which observers of an event are able to produce substantially different but equally plausible accounts of it. A useful demonstration of this principle in scientific understanding can be found in an article by that name authored by Karl G. Heide. Id R.
  • 47. Rashomon effect.
  • 48. 24. Xs are served warm or cold. They have a somewhat chewy texture with a crystallized sugary exterior coating. Citric acid or lime juice is sometimes added to the syrup, as well as rosewater. The earliest written references to X are found in a 13th century cookbook by Muhammad bin Hasan al-Baghdadi. In Iran, Xs were traditionally given to the poor during Ramadan. Xs are used as a remedy for headaches in some parts of Pakistan, where they are placed in boiling milk and left to stand before eating.Id X.
  • 49. Jalebi.
  • 50. 25. Depiction of what? (with a disputed area in light green).
  • 51. Speakers of Mandarin Chinese.
  • 52. 26. The part was written with J in mind, but J screwed it up in the first audition, assuming it to be a reading, and Paul Calderon was initially chosen. However, upon being urged to retry, J did so and won over the writer-director after his performance in the final, climactic scene. Paul Calderon appears in the concerned movie as a bartender in W’s social bar. Id J, W(or the characters they play), and the movie.
  • 53. Samuel L.Jackson, Jules Winnfield, Ving Rhames, Marsellus Wallace, Pulp Fiction.
  • 54. 27.X is married with five children, and covertly lives in Paraguay under the alias of "Pedro Salazar". Some speculate that he has an agreement with the CIA, who is said to be protecting him, while others theorize that he is afraid of people seeking revenge. In an ironic happening, ,X was treated for free under a false name for cataracts by physicians from Cuba in the Operation Miracle program in Venezuela in 2006, which restored his sight. A 2007 newspaper report on this read:“Four decades after X attempted to destroy a dream and an idea, ____________ returns to win yet another battle. Now an old man, X can once again appreciate the colours of the sky and the forest, enjoy the smiles of his grandchildren”. Either name X or state what he did as a half drunk individual in the 1960s as mentioned above.
  • 55. Mario Teran (the man who killed Che Guevara on October 9th,1967.)
  • 56. 28.He now works as an artist, interning at Shepard Fairey’s Obey Giant studio in Los Angeles. In 2008, he granted an interview to NPR's All Things Considered. He was supposed to be taken out for dinner by a couple at a certain point of time, but that didn’t materialise because of an event in 1994. However, he is now remembered for something iconic for which he has expressed utter embarrassment, but he also claims to have used it for a good pickup line. What is his claim to fame?
  • 57. Spencer Elden(the baby on the cover of Nevermind)
  • 58. 29. Darkly Dreaming X (2004) Dearly Devoted X(2005) X in the Dark (2007) X by Design(2009) X Is Delicious (2010) Double X(2011). A series of novels by Jeff Lindsay. Id X.
  • 59. Dexter.
  • 60. 30.Flag of?
  • 61. Catalonia.
  • 62. 31. Geometrically, X can be regarded as an irregular icosagon. Characteristic is the 90° rotational symmetry and chirality, hence the absence of reflectional symmetry, and the existence of two versions of X that are each other's mirror image. The mirror-image forms are often described as clockwise and anticlockwise, left-facing and right-facing and lefthand and right-hand. X was used as a good luck charm by early aviators. Id X.
  • 63. Swastika.
  • 64. 32. T was born in 1946. T was handsome and charismatic, traits he exploited to the full whilst luring people do what he became famous for. Though T spoke warmly of his grandfather in interviews, later interviews from T’s family suggested that he had been a bully and a bigot who hated Catholics, Jews, Blacks and Italians. A film was made on T’s life, released 13 years after his death in 2002, with Michael Reilly Burke in the title role. Id T( picture next slide).
  • 65. Ted Bundy.
  • 66. 33. X was launched on January 5, 2005, by Jonathan Huang, known online as "Chronarion", and a pseudonymous partner called "Stillwaters".Though it started as an independent project, X quickly outgrew its original webhost, leading Huang to search for a new host. On May 26, 2005, Angela Beesley, Vice President of Wikia, Inc., announced that Wikia would host X. X's content is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 license.[In May 2006, The New Zealand Herald reported that school officials, including the headmaster of King's College, stating that X and Bebo were "cyber bullying menace[s]”. Id X.
  • 67. Uncyclopedia.
  • 68. 34.Id.
  • 69. Alec Stewart and Ed Harris.
  • 70. 35.Id.
  • 71. Callum Ferguson and Billie Joe Armstrong.
  • 72. 36. It has been announced that Seth MacFarlane will produce a revival of X for the Fox network. Development has began since fall of 2011 and the first episode is scheduled to air in 2013. The opening and closing credits theme during the first two seasons was called "Rise and Shine", a lively instrumental underscore accompanying the protagonist on his drive home from work. X also became the first primetime animated series to last more than two seasons; this record wasn't surpassed by another primetime animated TV series until the third season of The Simpsons in 1992. At least two X-themed amusement parks exist in the United States, one in Custer, South Dakota and another in Valle, Arizona. Id X.
  • 73. The Flintstones.
  • 74. 37. This phrase emerged in the USA in the early part of the 20th century. Its introduction is widely attributed to Frederick R. Barnard, who published a piece commending the effectiveness of graphics in advertising with the title "One look is _____ _ ________ _____", in Printer's Ink, December 1921. Barnard claimed the phrase's source to be oriental by adding the text "so said a famous Japanese philosopher, and he was right". Printer's Ink printed another form of the phrase in March 1927, this time suggesting a Chinese origin: "Chinese proverb. One ______ is ______ __ ___________ _______" The arbitrary tenfold escalation and the switching from Japan to China as the source lead many to smell a rat with this derivation. The idea of evocation contained in the phrase also appeared in Ivan S. Turgenev's novel Fathers and Sons. Id the phrase.
  • 75. A picture is worth a thousand words.
  • 76. 38. What are Soul Patch, Van Dyke, Shenandoah, Chinstrap and Chin Curtain different kinds of?
  • 77. Facial hairstyles.
  • 78. 39. Opened in 1884, A was originally owned by John Orrell, a minor land owner who was a friend of an E member John Houlding. In 1892, negotiations to purchase the land at A from Orrell escalated into a dispute between Houlding and E committee over how E was run. Events culminated in E's move to G. As a result of this, L was formed by Houlding , and L occupied A, holding it to the present day. Id all.
  • 79. Liverpool, Anfield, Everton and Goodison Park.
  • 80. 40. Taglines for which movie:One Man's Struggle To Take It Easy And Leisure Rules
  • 81. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
  • 82. 42. He played 4 tests and 32 ODIs for India. Having commenced his Ranji Trphy career in 1980-81, he continued playing in the championship till 1997-98. He aggregated 1034 runs in 10 matches at an average of 73.86 with 3 centuries and 4 half centuries in the season 1994-95 which was also a record in Ranji Trophy of scoring the maximum runs in a Ranji season. Mehrab Hossain, the scorer of Bangladesh’s maiden ODI 100, played an instrumental role in his career, and his life. Id him.
  • 83. Raman Lamba.
  • 84. 43. The XYs were women who worked at X Clubs. There were different types of Ys, including the Door , Cigarette and Floor Ys .To become a Y women were first carefully chosen and selected from auditions. Then they underwent thorough and strict training before officially becoming Ys. Ys were required to be able to identify 143 brands of liquor and know how to garnish 20 cocktail variations. Most dating or mingling with customers was forbidden. Customers were also not allowed to touch the Ys, and demerits were given if a Y's appearance was not properly organized. The costume itself was conceived by X's director of promotions, Victor Lownes and subsequently refined by H. Originally the ears were taller and the ensemble lacked the trademark bow tie, collar, and cuffs. Identify X, Y and H.
  • 85. X-Playboy Y-Bunny H-Hugh Hefner
  • 86. 44. Which English word is derived from the Latin for the first day of every month?
  • 87. Calendar.
  • 88. 45. Whose mugshot upon being arrested?
  • 89. Ozzy Osbourne.
  • 90. 46. Covered by? Original artist?
  • 91. Daughtry. Lady Gaga.
  • 92. 47. The origin of the word R is generally unclear. In an 1824 essay about the word's origin, Samuel Morewood, a British etymologist, suggested that it might be from the British slang term for "the best," as in "having a R time. Morewood later suggested another possibility that it was taken from the last syllable of the Latin word for sugar, sacchaR, an explanation that is commonly heard today Some of the many other names for R are Nelson's Blood, KillDevil and Demon Water. Spiced, Overproofed and Premium are all varieties of R. Id R.
  • 93. Rum.
  • 94. 48. T was initially supposed to be cast as an extra, but he got the only role he’s famous for for being the only extra who could operate an espresso machine. T became the most frequent recurring character in the given show, appearing in 131 out of the show’s 236 episodes. Id T.
  • 95. James Michael Tyler, who played Gunther on Friends.
  • 96. 49. The early pioneers of X manufacturing were Micronics, Mylex, DTK, Hauppauge, Orchid Technology, Elitegroup, and a number of Taiwanbased manufacturers. A X, like a backplane, provides the electrical connections by which the other components of the system communicate, but unlike a backplane, X also connects the central processing unit and hosts other subsystems and devices. Xs are generally air cooled with heat sinks often mounted on larger chips, such as the Northbridge, in modern Xs. Insufficient or improper cooling can cause damage to the internal components of the computer and cause it to crash. Id X.
  • 97. Motherboard.
  • 98. 50. C, as a term for a particular compartment in a particular machine first appeared in 1914. From about 1935 C also came to be used informally to refer to another kind of compartment, especially a high performance one, and this is official terminology used in something that finally reached India in 2011. The term is most likely related to the sailing term for the ___swain's station in a Royal Navy ship, and later the location of the ship's rudder controls. Id C.
  • 99. Cockpit.
  • 100. 51.Identify.
  • 101. Steve Jobs.
  • 102. • 52. In comic books, a P is simply a full-page piece of artwork, most often without dialogue, that showcases a character, group of characters, or significant event, published within an issue, rather than made available by itself as a poster. • In professionally published fan magazines for films and television series, a posed photograph of actors or actresses from the subject matter, but which might also showcase specific scenes from the subject matter in photograph form (called stills) are occasionally called Ps. The label is very casual, though, as these types of fan media are more accurately described as posters. • Ps are also referred to as "cheesecake", the male counterpart being "beefcake". • Id P.
  • 103. Pin-up boy/girl.
  • 104. 53.This annual publication dates back to 1964. Publication was discontinued after the 1974 issue as an economising cut back in response to the world recession from the oil shock. It was resurrected 10 years later and has been published regularly since then. The 2012 issue featured Mario Sorrenti working in Corsica. It also featured Lara Stone, Natasha Polly and Rinko Kikuchi among others. Id the publication.
  • 105. Pirelli calendar.
  • 106. 54. Connectamundo.
  • 107. Satyajit Ray movies.
  • 108. 55. Minimalist poster for?
  • 109. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
  • 110. 56. Rommy Revson patented the design of X in the US in 1994. Xs are generally used, aside from their primary purpose, for decorating vases, doorknobs and bottles, and, also, to hold card decks together. In constructing a X, sewing machines and safety pins need to be used. Id X.
  • 111. Scrunchy.
  • 112. 57. In the United States, Xs have a size of 75 cm across opposite flats of the red octagon, with a 20mm white border. The white uppercase letters forming X are 25 cm tall. Xs originated in Michigan in 1915. Xs are sometimes vandalized or stolen as pranks. A fatal accident caused by the theft of a X could result in manslaughter charges against the offender(s).Id X.
  • 113. Stop sign.
  • 114. 58. X was little understood during his lifetime. In fact, he received scanty attention and was considered incomprehensible. Readers including his contemporary literary critics also alleged about his style and diction. During his lifetime, X published only 269 poems in different journals and magazines of which 162 were collected in 7 anthologies, from Jhara Palak to Bela Obela Kalbela. Variously branded at different times, and popularly known as a modernist of the Yeatsian-Poundian-Eliotesque school, X has been termed the truest poet by Annadashankar Roy. Sense of time and history is an unmistakable element that has shaped X's poetic world to a great extent. His accidental death in 1954 has often been seen since as an attempt at suicide. Id X.
  • 115. Jibananda Das.
  • 116. 59. Put funda.
  • 117. World Cup Willie, the first ever mascot at a World Cup.(1966)
  • 118. • 60. A has suggested that she may have inadvertently taken the name of B from a plant which she had seen at Kew Gardens some time before writing C. The name "The B" appears in the 1954 Nigel Molesworth book How To Be Topp by Geoffrey Willans. • B was voted as the 36th best Scottish educational establishment in a 2008 online ranking. • A has stated her visualisation of B as, ” A huge, rambling, quite scary-looking castle, with a jumble of towers and battlements.” • The Headmaster or Headmistress, assisted by a Deputy Headmaster or Headmistress, undertakes management of B. The Head is answerable to the twelve-member Board of Governors. • On designated weekends, B students in their third year or higher, with a signed permission slip, are permitted to walk to a nearby village , where they can relax and enjoy the pubs, restaurants and shop. • Id A, B and C.
  • 119. A-J.K. Rowling. B-Hogwarts C-Harry Potter

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