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QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
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QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
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QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
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QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
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QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
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QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
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QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
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QFI Meeting on June 8, 2014 by Jayadev and Swaroop
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  • 1. QFI Meeting Jayadev and Swaroop 8th June 2014
  • 2. Format • 4 sets (15 in each set) of infinite bounce/pounce • +10 on the bounce • +10/-10 on the pounce • 4 written rounds • +5 per right answer, no negatives • All odd numbered questions are bad • All even numbered questions are worse • Hope you have fun!
  • 3. Google doodles Written round +5/0 10 questions
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  • 13. 10
  • 14. EXCHANGE SHEETS
  • 15. ANSWERS
  • 16. 1
  • 17. 1 • FirstWorld Fair
  • 18. 2
  • 19. 2 • Winter Olympics 2014
  • 20. 3
  • 21. 3 • First free elections in Poland
  • 22. 4
  • 23. 4 • Ustad Allah Rakha
  • 24. 5
  • 25. 5 • Prague
  • 26. 6
  • 27. 6 • First broadcast of StarTrek
  • 28. 7
  • 29. 7 • Franz Kafka
  • 30. 8
  • 31. 8 • Dorothy Hodgkin
  • 32. 9
  • 33. 9 • Rachel Carson
  • 34. 10
  • 35. 10 • Counting day (May 16th)
  • 36. INFINITE BOUNCE Set One
  • 37. Q 1 • There have only been three women chief guests at the annual Republic Day parade in New Delhi. • Two were from Asian countries, while the other was from Europe. • Name all three.
  • 38. And the answer is…
  • 39. A • Queen Elizabeth II (1961) • Sirimavo Bandaranaike (1974) • Yingluck Shinawatra (2012)
  • 40. Q 2 Connect • The part of a logarithm that follows the decimal point • The part of a floating-point number that represents the significant digits of that number • A Latin word meaning “makeweight”
  • 41. And the answer is…
  • 42. A • Mantissa
  • 43. Q 3 • Previous members of this list include lions, boys in various avatars, a pepper, an orange, a leopard, a rooster, a dog and some computer- generated creatures. • What list is this? • What is the latest entrant?
  • 44. And the answer is…
  • 45. A • Three – banded armadillo • FIFAWorld Cup mascots
  • 46. Q 4 • “I chose the town of ______, which is located on the line of centrality half-way between the mountains and the sea; this allowed me to avoid both the sea mists which are a frequent feature of Masulipatnam and the clouds with which high mountain peaks are often crowned.” • “______ is a fairly sizeable Indian town (...) There are several families of French merchants living in _______.” • Whose words? What did he do? Fill in the blanks.
  • 47. And the answer is…
  • 48. A • Pierre Janssen • He discovered Helium during a Solar Eclipse using spectral data • Blank is Guntur
  • 49. Q 5 • Newtoy, Inc. was founded in 2008 by brothers Paul and David Bettner, formerly with Ensemble Studios. • Their first game was an online iOS chess game. This was followed by their second game, a hugely popular variant of scrabble. • In 2010, the company was acquired by Zynga, after which they released their third game, based on Hangman. • What is the current name of the company, also a take on the names of their games?
  • 50. And the answer is…
  • 51. A • Zynga with Friends • The games were Chess with Friends,Words with Friends and Hanging with Friends.
  • 52. Q 6 • This is the picture of a cabin next to a famous “kettle-hole” pond in Concord, Massachusetts. • The pond was formed by retreating glaciers 10,000-12,000 years ago. It covers an area of 61 acres and has a maximum depth of 31 m. • What is the name of the pond? • Who once lived in this cabin? (Pictured is a replica of the cabin)
  • 53. And the answer is…
  • 54. A • Walden • Henry DavidThoreau
  • 55. Q 7 • This entity was so named because it was first discovered in a solid mineral. • This was in contrast to related entities, one of which was discovered in plant ashes, and another which was known to be abundant in animal blood. • What entity?
  • 56. And the answer is…
  • 57. A • Lithium, from lithos (stone).
  • 58. Q 8 • Leucas zeylanica, commonly Ceylon slitwort is a small plant with white flowers native to Tropical Asia. • In India, this flower is largely found near the southern part of the Western Ghats. It is used for Ayurvedic purposes and in Onam decorations. • Until the 1990s, this flower grew in abundance in a particular location lending its name to the place. • Name the place/flower.
  • 59. And the answer is…
  • 60. A • Thumba, the locations of TERLS
  • 61. Q 9 • Built in the mid-1990s, this is located near MalampuzhaVillage in Kerala, and covers an area of 1.5 acres. • In stark contrast to its northern counterpart, this is a lesser-known site, though conceptualized by the same person. • What?
  • 62. And the answer is…
  • 63. A • Nek Chand’s Rock Garden in Kerala
  • 64. Q 10 • Rope is a 1948 American crime thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock based on a play of the same name by Patrick Hamilton • The story revolves around two young students, Brandon and Phillip, who strangle to death a former classmate in their apartment. They commit the crime as an intellectual exercise; they want to prove their superiority by committing the "perfect murder". • Their idea for the murder was inspired by conversations with their prep-school housemaster who taught them the intellectuals concepts of Nietzsche. • Which real-life incident was it inspired by?
  • 65. And the answer is…
  • 66. A • The murder of Bobby Frank by Leopold and Loeb
  • 67. Q 11 • A possibly apocryphal story mentions X, a person from this area, using aY to illustrate the Christian doctrine of the Trinity while spreading Christianity in this region. • Y rose to become a national symbol when militias from the area adopted it around the 18th century. • X andY?
  • 68. And the answer is…
  • 69. A • X – St. Patrick • Y – Shamrock
  • 70. Q 12 • It is said that, when James I was about to enter the city, re-conquering it from the Moors, this creature landed on the top of his flag. • He interpreted it as a good sign and after he conquered the city, he did something. • What was the creature and what did he do? • Which city?
  • 71. And the answer is…
  • 72. A • He added a bat to the coat of arms of Valencia.This is whyValencia CF and Levante UD still have a bat in their crests.
  • 73. Q 13 • This is the only island to be divided among three different (recognized) countries. • One of the countries is entirely located on the island, while the other two countries have administrative divisions on the island and elsewhere. • Which island?Which are the countries?
  • 74. And the answer is…
  • 75. A • Borneo • Brunei, Malaysia and Indonesia
  • 76. Q 14 • VR Gopala Menon, an ardent devotee used to accompany Thirumeni Eashwaran Namboothiri, to Sannidhanam of the Sabarimala Temple every day. • He would stay there by himself even when the temple was closed, singing hymns praising the lord. • Later, when Devaswom Board was formed, it is believed that he was asked to move out. He eventually died at a tea estate atVandiperiyar. • When Thirumeni Eashwaran Namboothiri heard about the passing away of the Mr. Menon, he was deeply saddened and did something to remember Mr. Menon by, thus starting a long tradition. • What?
  • 77. And the answer is…
  • 78. A • He sang Harivarasanam before closing the temple doors at night.
  • 79. Q 15 • As of 2013, there were slightly less than a thousand of these all over the world. • Italy had the most, with 49, followed closely by China (45) and Spain (44). • India stands 7th on the list, with 30 of these all over the country. • What?
  • 80. And the answer is…
  • 81. A • UNESCOWorld Heritage Sites
  • 82. Statues/Monuments/Sculptures Written round 10 questions +5/0 Part points wherever applicable
  • 83. 1
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  • 93. Exchange sheets
  • 94. Answers
  • 95. 1
  • 96. • Dmitri Mendeleev
  • 97. 2
  • 98. • Nataraja statue at CERN
  • 99. 3
  • 100. • Oliver Cromwell
  • 101. 4
  • 102. • Ted Williams
  • 103. 5
  • 104. • Headquarters of Lloyd’s
  • 105. 6
  • 106. • Stevie RayVaughan
  • 107. 7
  • 108. • Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice
  • 109. 8
  • 110. • James Dean
  • 111. 9
  • 112. • El Cid
  • 113. 10
  • 114. • John Muir
  • 115. INFINITE BOUNCE SetTwo
  • 116. Q 16 • X diplomacy is a form for cultural diplomacy practiced by the People’s Republic of China through building and donating Xs in Latin America,Africa,Asia, the Caribbean and the South Pacific. • The construction of Xs is financed depending on the project with some given as gifts; paid for through low interest, concessional loans; built in partnership with both China and the host nation taking on different construction responsibilities. • Id X.
  • 117. And the answer is…
  • 118. A • Stadium Diplomacy
  • 119. Q 17 • Shahid, a taxi driver, wanted to name his first child after a great sportsman who had visited his island nation. However, the child was female, and his wife refused to bestow an odd name upon her daughter. • Their second-born was a boy, and Shahid enthusiastically named him after his idol.This was revealed by the son in 2012, incidentally while being interviewed by his father’s idol. • Who was the son?
  • 120. And the answer is…
  • 121. A • Sunil Narine, supposedly named after Gavaskar.
  • 122. Q 18 • Kullottonga Chola II, was a staunch devotee of Lord Siva Natraja at Chidambaram. He continued the reconstruction of the center of Tamil Saivism that was begun by his ancestors. • However Kullottonga II was also enchanted by the Jain courtly epic, Jivaka Cintamani an epic of erotic flavor, whose hero, Jivaka, combines heroics and erotics to marry eight damsels and gain a kingdom. • In order to wean Kullonttonga Chola II from the heretical Jivaka Cintamani, his chief minister did something.What?
  • 123. And the answer is…
  • 124. A • His chief minister, Sekkizhar wrote Periya Puranam.
  • 125. Q 19 • Paracerceis sculpta is a marine isopod native to the Pacific Ocean. Males of this species are found in three forms – Alpha, Beta and Gamma. • The Alpha males are physically larger and more powerful than the Beta and Gamma males. • As a result, the Beta and Gamma males use alternate strategies to ensure that they are also able to enter the harem and mate with females. • What strategies are employed by each of these? • [IMAGE]
  • 126. Gamma, Beta and Alpha males (L-R)
  • 127. And the answer is…
  • 128. A • The beta males mimic females and enter the harem. • The gamma males mimic juveniles and enter the harem.
  • 129. Q 20 • Canola oil derives its name from Canada and ola (meaning oil).This was not the name under which it was initially marketed. • Why was the name changed?
  • 130. And the answer is…
  • 131. A • Canola oil is made from seeds from modified Rape plants. The Rapeseed Association of Canada wanted to avoid the negative connotations of rape and hence chose the name Canola oil.
  • 132. Q 21 • The images on the next slide show two custom- made units from Panavision, which will be used in the coming months for a particular purpose. • The units are named X andY, after two famous ‘vehicles’, and photos of these units were released in early April 2014. • What purpose? What are the names of the units? • [IMAGE]
  • 133. [IMAGE]
  • 134. And the answer is…
  • 135. A • Cameras for filming StarWarsVII • Death Star and Millennium Falcon
  • 136. Q 22 • The city was perched on a high steppe plateau and needed direct access to the harbor below it. Before the construction of X, winding paths and crude wooden stairs were the only access to the harbor. • In 1837 the decision was made to build X, and it was constructed between 1837 and 1841 by and English engineer named Upton. • What 142-meter long structure are we talking about?
  • 137. And the answer is…
  • 138. A • Odessa Steps (or) Potemkin Stairs
  • 139. Q 23 • In the 1700s, the French called it hautbois, a compound word literally translating to ‘loud woodwind instrument’. • The current spelling adopted into English was derived from the Italian transliteration of the same French word. • What are we talking about?
  • 140. And the answer is…
  • 141. A • Oboe
  • 142. Q 24 • One apocryphal story involves the Emperor and his wife, Elisabeth of Bavaria. • Obsessed with maintaining a minimal waistline, the Empress Elisabeth directed the royal chef to prepare only light desserts for her, much to the consternation of her husband. • Upon being presented with the chef's confection, she found it too rich and refused to eat it.The exasperated Emperor quipped,“Now let me see what ‘_____’ our chef has cooked up.” It apparently met his approval and has since been known by its present name. • What dish?
  • 143. And the answer is…
  • 144. A • Kaiserschmarrn
  • 145. Q 25 • The son of Leo III and Maria, ConstantineV was the Byzantine emperor from around 741 to 755 AD. • His detractors and rivals called him Copronymus, referring to a supposed ‘accident’ that had occurred when he was a child. • What happened, or why did the call him that?
  • 146. And the answer is…
  • 147. A • He had supposedly pooped while being baptized. • Copronymus literally means shit-name.
  • 148. Q 26 • The name of which smartphone-based service gets its name from an acronym formed using the names of six mythical heroes ?
  • 149. And the answer is…
  • 150. A • Shazam (formerly Captain Marvel) comes from Solomon, Hercules,Achilles, Zeus,Atlas and Mercury.
  • 151. Q 27 • In the Icelandic version, he was calledTrevor Delgrome, while in the Dutch version he was called Marten AsmodomVilijn. • Others such as the French, Norwegian and Swedish versions all have different names for him. • What was he called in the English version? • Why was the name changed in non-English versions?
  • 152. And the answer is…
  • 153. A • Tom Marvolo Riddle • In order to make the name an anagram of a phrase that meant “I am LordVoldemort” • Trevor Delgome - Eg erVoldemort • Marten AsmodomVilijn - Mijn naam is Voldemort • Tom Elvis Jedusor - Je suisVoldemort
  • 154. Q 28 • The term alludes to the tenacious, thorny desert plant, prickly pear. • The plant has a thick, thorny skin that conceals a sweet, softer interior.The cactus is compared to a set of people, who are supposedly tough on the outside, but delicate and sweet on the inside. • What term? • What set of people?
  • 155. And the answer is…
  • 156. A • Sabra • Refers to Jews born in Israel post-1948
  • 157. Q 29 • A recent statement gave the following as reasons for something – “… very low productivity, growing indiscipline, critical shortage of funds, lack of demand for its core product ….. large accumulation of liabilities”. • It also added that “…. suspension of work will enable the company in restricting mounting liabilities and restructure its organisation and finances and bring in a situation conducive to reopening of the plant….”. • What was being talked about?
  • 158. And the answer is…
  • 159. A • Hindustan Motors stopping production of the Ambassador
  • 160. Q 30 • According to Henry Chadwick, the letter ‘S’ was used for ‘sacrifice’ and hence not available, so he decided on doing this. • Those unaware of Chadwick’s motive have speculated that it may have originated from the name of Matt Kilroy, a 19th century pitcher who raised the prominence of X. • What are we talking about ?
  • 161. And the answer is…
  • 162. A • Using the letter ‘K’ to denote strike-outs in Baseball
  • 163. Stamps Written round 10 questions +5/0 Part points wherever applicable
  • 164. 1
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  • 171. 8
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  • 173. 10
  • 174. EXCHANGE SHEETS…
  • 175. ANSWERS
  • 176. 1
  • 177. 1 • Baron Edmund Rothschild
  • 178. 2
  • 179. 2 • Jessica Ennis
  • 180. 3
  • 181. 3 • Ashfaquallah Khan and Ramprasad Bismil (Kakori conspiracy)
  • 182. 4
  • 183. 4 • Sherlock Holmes • Adventure of the Six Napoleons
  • 184. 5
  • 185. 5 • Rialto bridge and St. Mark’s Square inVenice
  • 186. 6
  • 187. 6 • Akkineni Nageswara Rao
  • 188. 7
  • 189. 7 • Kudu • Oryx
  • 190. 8
  • 191. 8 • Bessel
  • 192. 9
  • 193. 9 • Hercules cleaning the Augean Stables
  • 194. 10
  • 195. 10 • Baba Kanshi Ram
  • 196. INFINITE BOUNCE SetThree
  • 197. Q 31 • The official name of this country translates to ‘Oriental Republic of _______’, quite surprising considering that it is located in Latin America. • Which country? • What was the reason for this odd name?
  • 198. And the answer is…
  • 199. A • Uruguay • It was the country located to the east of the Uruguay river.
  • 200. Q 32 • What word, used to refer to an innumerable number of entities derives from Greek word for “milk-like”?
  • 201. And the answer is…
  • 202. A • Galaxy • The only galaxy the Greeks knew was the MilkyWay galaxy and since it looked like somebody had spilt some milk in the sky, the called it “Galaxy”
  • 203. Q 33 • A renowned anatomist from the 16th century, a lot of his work was on the structure of the middle and inner ear. • He was the first to accurately describe the working of the cochlea and other parts of the inner ear. • Apart from his work on the ear, he also studied the anatomy of the teeth, and discovered the adrenal glands. • Who?
  • 204. And the answer is…
  • 205. A • Bartolomeo Eustachi (Eustachius), after whom the Eustachian tube was named
  • 206. Q 34 • Most historians agree that the terms originated in the Vietnam war. • As the story goes, infantry soldiers would navigate by bearing (compass direction) and would measure distance by pacing. In order to keep track of distance, one or two "nominated" soldiers would count their paces. • The soldier would keep track of each 100 meter "lot" by moving the gas regulator on the rifle, one mark.After moving it 10 marks, the soldier would then indicate movement of 1000 meters by lifting the rifle and rewinding the gas regulator with a movement of the thumb, resulting in an _______. • What term?
  • 207. And the answer is…
  • 208. A • Klick to denote 1 kilometre
  • 209. Q 35 • The Latin word sagma referred to a pack- saddle, and gave its name to an officer charged with transportation of supplies in 13th century France. • In later times, the term began to be used to refer to butlers.Today, the same term is used for specialized professionals in a certain field related to the food and beverage industry. • What term?
  • 210. And the answer is…
  • 211. A • Sommelier
  • 212. Q 36 • KAL007 was a scheduled Korean Air Lines flight from NewYork City to Seoul. On September 1, 1983, the plane was shot down by a Soviet interceptor.All 269 passengers and crew aboard were killed. • As a result of the incident, the United States altered tracking procedures for aircraft departing Alaska.The interface of the autopilot used on airliners was redesigned to make it more ergonomic. • In addition, the event was one of the most important single events that prompted the Reagan Administration to do something.What?
  • 213. And the answer is…
  • 214. A • Following this, the United States allowed worldwide access to the Military’s GNSS system, today known as GPS.
  • 215. Q 37 • The Maori call it Te Punga, meaning ‘the anchor’. • The Javanese names for it translate to ‘raking hut’ or ‘the granary’. • The Tswana people of Botswana call it Dithultwa, meaning ‘two giraffes’. • What do English-speaking nations call it? • What did the ancient Indians call it, based on an incident involving two quarrelling sages and a king?
  • 216. And the answer is…
  • 217. A • Southern Cross or Crux • Trishanku
  • 218. Q 38 • The current Minister of Railways is D.V. Sadananda Gowda. • Which politician from the same state as Mr. Gowda was the previous Minister of Railways?
  • 219. And the answer is…
  • 220. A • Mallikarjun Kharge
  • 221. Q 39 • The images on the next slide represent two different types of distance measures. • While standard Euclidian distance uses the L2 norm, these distance measures use the L1 and L∞ norms instead. • The first system is given certain names based on its resemblance to something else. • The second system is known as Chebyshev distance, after the famous Russian mathematician. It is also called by another name, as something we all know uses this distance measure for its operations. • What are the two systems? [IMAGES]
  • 222. [IMAGE]
  • 223. And the answer is…
  • 224. A • Manhattan Distance orTaxicab Distance • Chessboard distance (kings in chess move this way)
  • 225. Q 40 • X is a Scandinavian word meaning “Divine Strength”. • Y was a name coined by a consulting company. They had been instructed to find a name which began with a letter from either the top or bottom of the alphabet and was phonetically memorable, of no more than three syllables and did not have an offensive meaning in any language. • What did X &Y merge to form?
  • 226. And the answer is…
  • 227. A
  • 228. Q 41 • Gavage is a French term used to refer to methods of force-feeding, usually on ducks and geese for producing foie gras. • In certainWest African countries, the same word is used to refer to a related practice, widely condemned by human rights activists. • What practice is this? • Why is it practiced in these countries?
  • 229. And the answer is…
  • 230. A • Force-feeding young women in order to make them fatter, as Mauritanians consider obesity desirable in brides.
  • 231. Q 42 The word ____ literally means “shore” or “coast”, describing the appearance of the vegetation found in the ____ region as being akin to that of a coastline delimiting the sand of the Sahara.
  • 232. And the answer is…
  • 233. A • Sahel
  • 234. Q 43 • Masherbrum • _________ • Broad Peak • Gasherbrum II • Gasherbrum I • What does this list represent?What is missing?
  • 235. And the answer is…
  • 236. A • The list of tall peaks in the Karakoram range, as represented in the GreatTrigonometric Survey of India. • The missing one still retains its name – K2.
  • 237. Q 44 • What name is given to this type of mate in Chess because the image is evocative of a piece of military clothing ? •
  • 238. And the answer is…
  • 239. A • Epaulette mate
  • 240. Q 45 • The image on the next slide shows the Kyocera Stadium, with the logo of the football club whose home ground it is. • Which city is the stadium in? (or identify the club). • Till 15th June, what is this stadium going to be used for? • [IMAGE]
  • 241. [IMAGE]
  • 242. And the answer is…
  • 243. A • The Hague (ADO Den Haag) • HockeyWorld Cup
  • 244. Nicknames/Aliases Written round 10 questions +5/0 Part points wherever applicable
  • 245. 1 • He was originally named David Dwight but later his mother reversed his name. His nickname is thought to be an abbreviation of his last name. • What was his nickname ?
  • 246. 2 • Which cricketer, formerly contracted to the Mumbai Indians franchise is nicknamed “The Doctor” ?
  • 247. 3 • Andre RomelleYoung once said to Jimmy Iovine, a record producer,“Man, it's one thing that people steal my music. It's another thing to destroy the feeling of what I've worked on.” This led Jimmy Iovine to do something. • How do we better know Andre Romelle Young?
  • 248. 4 • Which state of the USA is nicknamed “Green Mountain State” ?
  • 249. 5 • His father worked in the Opium Department of the Indian Civil Services. He was born in the east Champaran District of Bihar. • He took his name from a river flowing through Suffolk county in England.Who?
  • 250. 6 • If Sheikh Mujibut Rahman was Bangabandu and Chitta Ranjan Das was Deshbandu, who was Dinabandu?
  • 251. 7 • The Dieri people of South Australia said that it was "Kootchee", an evil spirit creating a large fire.The Gunditjmara people of western Victoria called it "Puae buae", meaning "ashes". • What do we call it?
  • 252. 8 • Who once called himself “The Fred Astaire of Karate” ?
  • 253. 9 • Which Jazz musician’s nickname comes from a Romani word meaning “I am awake”?
  • 254. 10 • What term refers to people born within a certain area of London covered by "the sound of Bow bells" ?
  • 255. Exchange sheets
  • 256. Answers
  • 257. 1 • He was originally named David Dwight but later his mother reversed his name. His nickname is thought to be an abbreviation of his last name. • What was his nickname ?
  • 258. • Ike, Dwight D Eisenhower
  • 259. 2 • Which cricketer, formerly contracted to the Mumbai Indians franchise is nicknamed “The Doctor” ?
  • 260. • Dwayne Romel Smith
  • 261. 3 • Andre RomelleYoung once said to Jimmy Iovine, a record producer,“Man, it's one thing that people steal my music. It's another thing to destroy the feeling of what I've worked on.” This led Jimmy Iovine to do something. • How do we better know Andre Romelle Young?
  • 262. • Dr. Dre
  • 263. 4 • Which state of the USA is nicknamed “Green Mountain State” ?
  • 264. • Vermont
  • 265. 5 • His father worked in the Opium Department of the Indian Civil Services. He was born in the east Champaran District of Bihar. • He took his name from a river flowing through Suffolk county in England.Who?
  • 266. • George Orwell
  • 267. 6 • If Sheikh Mujibut Rahman was Bangabandu and Chitta Ranjan Das was Deshbandu, who was Dinabandu?
  • 268. • C F Andrews
  • 269. 7 • The Dieri people of South Australia said that it was "Kootchee", an evil spirit creating a large fire.The Gunditjmara people of western Victoria called it "Puae buae", meaning "ashes". • What do we call it?
  • 270. • Aurora Australis
  • 271. 8 • Who once called himself “The Fred Astaire of Karate” ?
  • 272. • Jean-ClaudeVan Damme
  • 273. 9 • Which Jazz musician’s nickname comes from a Romani word meaning “I am awake”?
  • 274. • Jean “Django” Reinhardt
  • 275. 10 • What term refers to people born within a certain area of London covered by "the sound of Bow bells" ?
  • 276. • Cockney
  • 277. INFINTE BOUNCE Set Four
  • 278. Q 46 • The word has an unknown origin and was originally used as a term for a short knife or dagger. • It subsequently transferred over to a variety of digging tools and subsequently to this plant since digging tools were used in the cultivation of this plant. • What plant and what word?
  • 279. And the answer is…
  • 280. A • Spud • Potatoes
  • 281. Q 47 • A 2003 poll by Channel 4 sought to determine the “100 Greatest Sexy Moments” in cinema over the ages. • The poll was topped by a scene from the 1960s, featuring a then 26 year old actress. • Which scene, which movie?
  • 282. And the answer is…
  • 283. A • Ursula Andress emerging from the sea in Dr. No.
  • 284. Q 48 • On February 22, 1681, Charles II granted a land charter to X as repayment of a debt owed to his father who was an admiral. • X wanted to name the land “New Wales” orY, a word meaning woodland. However, Charles II decided to name the land,“X’sY”. X was embarrassed at the change, fearing that people would think he had named it after himself, but King Charles would not rename the grant. • Identify X and the piece of land
  • 285. And the answer is…
  • 286. A • William Penn • Pennsylvania
  • 287. Q 49 • The story goes that this raga was composed by Harikesanallur Muthaiah Bhagavathar. His composition is one of the few songs in this raga. • The aarohanam and avarohanam are Sa Ri Ga Dha Ni Sa and Sa Ni Dha Ga Ri Sa respectively. • Identify the raga or explain why it was named so. [AUDIO]
  • 288. [AUDIO]
  • 289. And the answer is…
  • 290. And the answer is…
  • 291. A • Niroshta (literally without lips) • Called so because of the absence of Ma and Pa in the scale, ensuring that the notes can be sung without using the lips.
  • 292. Q 50 • In Orson Scott Card’s ‘Speaker for the Dead’ , X is a world colonized by Portuguese Catholics from a Brazilian settlement. • They decide upon the name X , because it is the Latin/Roman name for Portugal. • Id X.
  • 293. And the answer is…
  • 294. A • Lusitania
  • 295. Q 51 • He was originally introduced as an infant character in The Eternal Lover, appearing along with his parents. • In his youth, he returned to Africa and took up a name that meant ‘killer’. He later rescued an Arab girl, was separated from her, and then married her in the end. • In some cinematic adaptations, he was replaced by an adopted son called ‘Boy’, with a certain difference in plot from the original material. • Who? Why was he replaced in the movies?
  • 296. And the answer is…
  • 297. A • Korak, the son ofTarzan • The films did not want to show Jane as having been pregnant and given birth to a child, as that would have led to censorship.This led them to create an adopted son in the storyline.
  • 298. Q 52 • Opponents of last month’s coup in Thailand have adopted this gesture as a symbol of resistance to the military takeover. Pictures of protesters displaying this gesture have gone viral on social media.According to an op-ed on the Bangkok post, • "Right now, there is no heroine like _____ to lead the anti- coup crowd.The military does not want to quell the movement to the point that one is produced. It has seen how former prime ministerYingluck Shinawatra could lead her party to election victory in less than 50 days. It does not want to see 'a girl on fire' leading the protests.” • What gesture?
  • 299. And the answer is…
  • 300. A • Three fingered salute from Hunger Games
  • 301. Q 53 • The name of this organism’s genus, Connochaetes, comes from the Greek words meaning “beard” and “mane”. • Which ungulate?
  • 302. And the answer is…
  • 303. A • Wildebeest
  • 304. Q 54 • It must be a gelding with an even temperament and strong, draft horse appearance, be at least four years old, stand at least 18 hands at the withers when fully mature, and weigh between 1,800 and 2,300 pounds. • In addition, each horse must be bay in color (a reddish-brown coat with a black mane and tail), have four white stocking feet, and a blaze of white on the face. • Qualification for what?
  • 305. And the answer is…
  • 306. A • Budweiser Clydesdales
  • 307. Q 55 • The images on the next slide depict coins issued by a particular Indian king, showing some facets of his life. • Which king? • What do each of the coins represent? • [IMAGE]
  • 308. [IMAGE]
  • 309. And the answer is…
  • 310. A • Samudgagupta • Ashwameda (horse sacrifice) • Samudragupta playing the veena or the lyre
  • 311. Q 56 • Movies are normally filmed and played back at 24 fps, producing the illusion of motion. • The retina captures and holds an image for one- tenth of a second after we see it before processing the next image. If we see a light flash every tenth of a second or less, we perceive it as continuous. • Early movies were produced at low framerates and therefore caused a _____ effect. • What term originated thus?
  • 312. And the answer is…
  • 313. A • ‘Flicks’ to refer to movies
  • 314. Q 57 • The currencies (current or former) of several Nordic nations share the same etymological root X. • Furthermore, each of these was divided into 100 units (similar to the Indian paisa), and these smaller units also had similar names derived from Y. • One theory states that traditionally, the value of an X was equal to a 100Ys, and that gave rise to these names. • What are X andY?
  • 315. And the answer is…
  • 316. A • X – Crown (e.g., Danish krone, Swedish krona) • Y – Gold/gold coins (e.g., eyrir from Aurum)
  • 317. Q 58 • “I wrote that as a kind of Beach Boys parody.And "________________" was a Chuck Berry song, so it kinda took off from there. I just liked the idea of Georgia girls and talking about places like the Ukraine as if they were California, you know? It was also hands across the water, which I'm still conscious of. 'Cause they like us out there, even though the bosses in the Kremlin may not.The kids from there do.And that to me is very important for the future of the race.” • Quote about what?
  • 318. And the answer is…
  • 319. A • Paul McCartney on Back in the U.S.S.R
  • 320. Q 59 • At the 2004 Olympics, this event started and ended at places with historical significance. • The start was the site of a historic altercation from ancient times, while the finish was a location with a significant sporting history. • What were the start and end points?
  • 321. And the answer is…
  • 322. A • Start – Marathon (where the Battle of Marathon was fought) • End – Panathenaic Stadium, the site of the first modern Olympics in 1896.
  • 323. Q 60 • Nepeta cataria is a short lived plant native to Europe. Nepeta cataria is cultivated as an ornamental plant for use in gardens. • Nepetalactone, extracted from the plant is a mosquito and fly repellent. It is also known for its attractant qualities to butterflies and other creatures. • The reason we know this plant is primarily due to its use as a recreational substance. Only 2/3rd of the population is affected by the plant. • What plant?
  • 324. And the answer is…
  • 325. A • Catnip
  • 326. THE END. That’s it for now.

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