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TGIX quiz conducted by Melvin and Suraj

TGIX quiz conducted by Melvin and Suraj

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  • 1. X was a weapon devised by the finns in World War 2 when the Soviets invaded their country.<br />The then soviet foreign affairs minister Vyacheslav ________ claimed in radio broadcast that they were dropping foods.<br />So the finns responded by bombarding the advancing tanks using these incendiary devices (X) .<br />
  • 2. Molotov Cocktail<br />
  • 3. ID the person<br />Dutch: Marten asmodenVilijn<br />French: Tom Elvis Jedusar<br />Czech: Tom RowleDenem<br />Czech: Tom RojvolRaddle<br />
  • 4. English: Tom Marvolo Riddle<br />
  • 5. ID x and y<br />X started to produce his own sports shoes in his mother's wash kitchen in Nuremberg, Bavariaafter his return from World War 1. In 1924, his brother Y joined the business which became (_______Brothers Shoe Factory) and prospered.<br />By the 1936 Olympics, X drove from Bavaria on one of the world's first motorways to the Olympic village with a suitcase full of spikes and persuaded United States sprinter Jesse Owens to use them, the first sponsorship for an African-American. After Owens won four gold medals, his success cemented the good reputation of X and Y’s shoes among the world's most famous sportsmen.<br />Eventually they split up after world War 2 and created their own companies. ID x and y or both the companies<br />
  • 6. Rudolph and Adolf DasslerPuma and adidas<br />
  • 7. Who’s the only fictional character whose death in a book was first declared in The New York Times??<br />
  • 8. HerculePoirot in Curtain<br />
  • 9. ID<br />According to the jahangirnama the emperor was impressed by the performance of certain performers from bengal.<br />Their leader Krichna Chandra Dev was given a whole village near Dhaka. Hence becoming landlords of the village, his family was called _______ a term that became their family name. Currently their eigth generation continue to entertain us. <br />
  • 10. Sarkar( P C Sorcar)<br />
  • 11. What peculiar about the logo?<br />
  • 12. Arrow between E and x symbolising speed and precision<br />
  • 13. Connect<br />
  • 14. The name’s Bond, James Bond<br />
  • 15. During a previous solar ecclipse in french scientist Pierre jansen travelled to a tobacco field outside Guntur to observe the spectrum. Resultingly a yellow line was found in the spectrum indicating the discovery of X for the first time outside the Earth.ID X<br />
  • 16. Helium<br />
  • 17. By convention two symbols are traditionally used in publishing houses to specify the first and second footnote after the to the main text. <br />
  • 18. Asterix and Obelix<br />
  • 19. Tyburn, near what is now Marble Arch, in London, was the principal location for public hangings in England until 1785. The 'drop' method of hanging wasn't then in use and the process was sometimes a prolonged affair. There are records showing that some of those who were about to be hanged opted to pay people to hang onto their legs so that they died quickly. <br />Which phrase is said to be derived from this.<br />
  • 20. Die Hard<br />
  • 21. Which animated character of the porifera species and a resident of bikini bottom is one of the latest to be featured in Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum<br />
  • 22. SpongebobSquarepants<br />
  • 23. The original apple logo featured which person<br />
  • 24. Isaac Newton<br />
  • 25. Which football club was initially established as a cricket club by britishers Alfred Edwards and Herbert Kiplin.<br />As honour to their origins it still retains the english spelling of its city’s name instead of reverting back to the original spelling.<br />
  • 26. AC Milan<br />
  • 27. ID<br />
  • 28. wolverine<br />
  • 29. Origin of this occurred when a factory worker in York put a suggestion in the suggestion box for ‘a snack a man could bring in his lunch box’<br />It was launched in UK in 1935 as Rowntree’s chocolate crisp<br />It was renamed in 1937 with its present name. What is it?<br />
  • 30. Kit Kat<br />
  • 31. What did Stanley Morrison alongwith Stanley Burgess and Victor Lardent design for UK’s ‘THE TIMES’<br />
  • 32. Times New Roman font<br />
  • 33. Why India got independence at the stroke of midnight of Aug 14, 1947 rather than August 15?<br />
  • 34. August 15 was considered to be inauspicious<br />
  • 35. X is an animated American television sitcom that ran from September 30, 1960 to April 1, 1966 on ABC. Produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions . Critics and fans alike agree that the show was an animated imitation of The Honeymooners with rock puns thrown in. William Hanna admitted that "At that time "The Honeymooners" was the most popular show on the air, and for my bill, it was the funniest show on the air. The characters, I thought, were terrific. Now, that influenced greatly what we did with “X"...."The Honeymooners" was there, and we used that as a kind of basis for the concept." However Joseph Barbera disavowed these claims in a separate interview, stating that "I don't remember mentioning "The Honeymooners" when I sold the show, but if people want to compare “X" to "The Honeymooners," then great. It's a total compliment. "The Honeymooners" was one of the greatest shows ever written.<br />
  • 36. THE FLINTSTONES<br />
  • 37. What internationally accepted emergency radio communication derives from the French meaning ‘come help me’? <br />
  • 38. May Day (from venezm’aider”)<br />
  • 39. In 1968, X founded X Limited, a coat shop in the York Hotel in New York City, with $10,000. Legend has it that a year later a buyer from Bonwit Teller got off the elevator on the wrong floor, and ended up placing a $50,000 order. It is more likely though, that X showed his work to Bonwit Teller staff, which led to the first X collection: a line of men's and women's coats featured at the New York City store.In 1969, Mr.X, who was later described as "the supreme master of minimalism," appeared on the cover of Vogue magazine. By 1971, sportswear, classic blazers as well as lingerie were added to his women's collection. In 1973, he was awarded the Coty Award for the first time, which he received for three consecutive years, for his 74-piece womenswear collection. By 1977, annual revenues had jumped up to $30 million, and he had licenses for scarves, shoes, belts, furs, sunglasses, and sheets. X and Schwartz were making $4 million each. After the company signed licenses for cosmetics, jeans, and menswear, X's annual retail volume was estimated at $100 million. In 1978, X claimed sales of 200,000 pairs of his famous jeans the first week they were on the market. By 1981, Fortune magazine figured X's annual income at $8.5 million a year. In the mid-1970s, he had created a designer-jeans craze by putting his name on the back pocket. IDENTIFY X.<br />
  • 40.
  • 41. Which company’s tagline is“look sharp! Feel sharp! Be sharp”?<br />
  • 42. Gillete<br />
  • 43. X started his career with Atlético Madrid, progressing through their youth system. He made his first team debut in 2001 and finished his career with the club having scored 75 goals in 174 La Liga appearances. Prior to his La Liga debut, X played two seasons in the Segunda División, making 40 appearances and scoring seven goals. He joined Premier League club Y in 2007 after signing for a club record transfer fee. He marked his first season by being Y's first player, since Robbie Fowler in 1995–96, to score more than 20 league goals in a season. X became the fastest player in Y history to score 50 league goals after scoring against Aston Villa in December 2009.<br />
  • 44. FERNANDO TORRES<br />
  • 45. CONNECT<br />
  • 46. DAN BROWN<br />
  • 47. Throughout his comic book appearances, X is portrayed as a master criminal whose characterization has varied. The original and currently dominant image is of a highly intelligent psychopath with a warped, sadistic sense of humor, while other versions have placed varying emphasis on humor, eccentricity, and pranks. Similarly, throughout the character's long history, there have been several different origin tales; they most commonly depict him as falling into a tank of chemical waste,<br />
  • 48. JOKER<br />
  • 49. CONNECT<br />
  • 50. AMITABH BACHCHAN<br />
  • 51. Which city is hosting the commonwealth games 2014?<br />
  • 52. Glasgow,scotland<br />
  • 53. Who was musician at India's first Independence Day ceremony at LalQuila -. <br />
  • 54. UstabBismillah Khan<br />
  • 55. Which city is the brightest ..when watched from space ?<br />
  • 56. Las vegas<br />
  • 57. Which TV series documents the bizarre adventures of Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick, in and around their town in Colorado? <br />
  • 58. South park<br />
  • 59. Brand of machines called ‘JUKI’ from Japan manufactures what in 9 different sizes in India?<br />
  • 60. Ans:National Flag of India<br />
  • 61. In june 2008,germany played poland in a football match that ended 2-0.this match is now known for someone who made his debut .who ?<br />
  • 62. Ans : Paul the octopus<br />
  • 63. Oracle released racle version 2.0,its famous database management software,in 1983.the software would later go on to become their flaghip product. What was unusual about the product?<br />
  • 64. There was no version 1.oracle named its very first release version2,as they felt customers might hesitate to buy a company’s initial offering<br />

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