1.) It was a propaganda poster produced by the Govt. of United Kingdom in 1939 during the beginning of theSecond World War, intended to raise the morale of theBritish public in the event of a Nazi invasion of Britain.The poster was rediscovered in 2000 and has been re-issued by a number of private companies, and used as the decorative theme for a range of products. Many versions of it occur with differing colours and iconography. Which poster are we talking about?
2.) The name of which youth apparel brand that designs high quality, functional products for surfingis derived from an Australian English word meaning a small lake, specifically an oxbow lake?
4.)Which term was used by the Romans to refer to the Roman province covering much of the island of Great Britain.(The name was taken fromindigenous name for the Pretani people whom the Greeks believed to inhabit the British Isles).
6.) X is the worlds oldest cosmetics company. Established in 1770 by Jonathan X. The company holds 2 Royal Warrants(an honour for the finest British companiesthat provide outstanding service).Wipro Consumer Care and Lighting acquired X in certain markets including Asia, Middle East, Australasia as well as North andWest Africa for $45.5 million. In August of 2012, Wipro purchased the UK/European division from Lornamead, with the exception of Germany and Austria, where Lornamead still holds the rights to the brand.
7.)Rolls Royce came out with many brands - ghost,phantom. When they came out with Silver Mist,they were told it was German word for manure, rubbish, or dirt, so they changed it to what?
10.)Dada and Co. were the first distributors of HLL in India. Which brand was named after them?
11.) X is a luxury watches house based in Saint Imier, Switzerland. Founded by Auguste Aggasiz in 1832, thecompany is owned by the Y group. Its winged hourglass logo is the oldest registered for a watchmaker.It is also the official time keeper and partner of _______ Open(Tennis) since 2007
12.)Mary Quant ran a popular clothes shop in Kings Road, Chelsea, London, called Bazaar, from which she sold her own designs. She named which product after her favourite car model?
13.) What is the name given to an employee whoquits a company to take up a job with another company, but rejoins his previous company?
15.)Which football club has the motto "Nil Satis Nisi Optimum"
16.)Identify this person, the photograph’s name, and the person in the photograph (erased).
17.) “______" is a neologism that refers to a lifestyle associated with the X district of Seoul, where people are trendy, hip andexude a certain supposed "class". The term was listed in Times weekly vocabulary list as a manner associated with lavish lifestyles in Seoul’s X district.
19.) This brand was created in the 1860s under TsaristRussia. The founder X was known to be pretty adept at marketing. One of his marketing strategies involved rounding up panhandlers and bringing them to his home for food and drink in one of Moscows poorest neighbourhoods. Then he paid them to fan out and "demand Y“ .Identify X and Y
21.) The songs title, “X", is taken from a painting by 20th century Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. It translates into English as "long live life", or "love the life". When asked about the album, theband’s lead referred to Frida Kahlos strength, enduring polio, a broken spine, and a decade of chronic pain. "She wentthrough a lot of [things], of course, and then she started a big painting in her house that said X, I just loved the boldness of it", he said.
23.)The calendar is famous for its limited availability, as it is only given as a corporate gift to a restricted number ofimportant X customers and celebrity VIPs. The calendar is perhaps the worlds only prestigious and exclusive"girly" calendar featuring pictures generally consideredglamour photography. It’s 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.
24.)If something was supposed to move along the length of this structure, it would return to its starting point having traversed the entire length of the structure (i.e.on both sides of the structure) without ever crossing an edge. What are we talking about?