2.<br />The origin of this is traced to the heyday of the textile mills. The mill workers used to have lunch breaks too short for a full meal, and a light lunch was preferred to a heavy one, as the employees had to return to physical labor after lunch. A vendor created this dish using items or parts of other dishes available on the menu. Roti or rice was replaced with ____ and the curries that usually go with Indian bread or rice were amalgamated into just one spicy concoction<br />
A3<br />The connect is Hansie Cronje. <br />Bell Equipment was the company that he was working for after <br />retiring from professional cricket. <br />Jannat is a hindi movie about match fixing<br />
4<br />X was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, to Fred X and Deborah Sue Davisson. He has two older sisters, Whitney and Hilary. In his youth, X was diagnosed with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). He started doing what he does partly because of the influence of his sisters and partly to provide an outlet for his energy.<br /> Between 2004 and 2008, X attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, studying sports marketing and management. X has made an estimated $5 million per year in endorsements, including a $1 million endorsement from Speedo. <br /> Identify X.<br />
5.<br />X is impulsive, sometimes overly creative, imaginative, energetic, curious, intelligent, and often selfish, whose last name is never mentioned. Despite his low grades, X has a wide vocabulary range that rivals that of an adult as well as an emerging philosophical mind. He commonly wears his distinctive red-and-black striped shirt, black pants, and white and magenta sneakers. <br /> X is a compulsive reader of comic books and has a tendency to order items marketed in comic books or on boxes of his favorite cereal. X chews gum regularly and subscribes to a magazine called Chewing, which contains lots of hardcore data about chewing gum. Throughout, he is also revealed to be a "trial and error" sort of person. <br /> Identify X.<br />
7<br />The magazine has a long history of publishing short stories by such novelists as Arthur C. Clarke, Ian Fleming, Vladimir Nabokov, and Margaret Atwood, as well as monthly interviews of notable public figures, such as artists, architects, economists, composers, conductors, film directors, journalists, novelists, playwrights, religious figures, politicians, athletes and race car drivers. The magazine throughout its history has expressed a libertarian outlook on political and social issues. Its original title was to have been Stag Party, but the owners of an unrelated magazine Stag said that they would protect the trademark and sue. What<br />
9<br />X is a term commonly encountered in the African-American folk belief of hoodoo. It is a type of magic charm, often of red flannel cloth and tied with a drawstring, containing botanical, zoological, and/or mineral curios, petition papers, and the like. It is typically worn under clothing. In modern usage X is increasingly being used to refer to possessing a magical touch of creativity or charm. Which term? <br />
13<br />This word was first used during World War II to refer to bombs. This word was Air Force slang to refer to large bombs weighing as much as 8000 pounds. These bombs were so powerful that they were capable of destroying an entire city, hence the term.<br />
17<br /><ul><li> X is in the form of a woman leaning forwards with her arms outstretched behind and above her. Billowing cloth runs from her arms to her back, resembling wings.
X is also called "Emily", "Silver Lady" or "Flying Lady", was designed by Charles Robinson Sykes and carries with it a story about a secret passion between John Walter Edward Scott-Montagu, (second Lord Montagu of Beaulieu after 1905) and his secret love, Eleanor Velasco Thornton.
X was initially called the “Whisper”.</li></li></ul><li>A17<br />The “Spirit of Ecstasy” – The emblem seen on the Rolls Royce cars. <br />
19.<br />The William X Jr. Company was founded on April 1, 1891 originally selling products such as soap and baking powder. In 1892,William X Jr., the company's founder, began packaging Y with each can of baking powder. The Y eventually became more popular than the baking powder itself and X's reoriented the company to produce it. The company currently sells its products in more than 180 countries and maintains 14 factories in various countries, including the United States, Serbia, Mexico, Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, Spain, ,Taiwan, China, India and Poland.<br />Id X, Y.<br />
20<br />The company started as a sock and underwear manufacturer in 1916 in Turin. Its logo, known as the Omini, was created in 1969 by mere accident. After a photo shoot for a bathing suit ad, a man and a woman were sitting back-to-back, naked, with the outlines of their bodies traced by the back lighting. The photographers knew they had something and the idea grew into what is now the logo ,later attributed to the active and sports wear.<br />Id company.<br />
21.<br /> Founded by William Barton Rogers in 1861 in response to the increasing industrialization of the United States, X adopted the European university model and emphasized laboratory instruction from an early date.Its current 168-acre (68.0 ha) campus opened in 1916 and extends over 1 mile (1.6 km) along the northern bank of the Charles River basin. Its researchers were involved in efforts to develop computers, radar, and inertial guidance in connection with defense research during World War II and the Cold War. In the past 60 years, X’s educational disciplines have expanded beyond the physical sciences and engineering into fields like biology, brain science, economics,philosophy, linguistics, political science, and management. The aggregated revenues of companies founded by its alumni would be the seventeenth largest economy in the world.<br />Id X.<br />
A21<br />Massachusetts Institute of Technology<br />
23<br />Published in 1951, this immediate bestseller almost simultaneously became a popular target of censorship. A 1991-92 study by the People for the American Way found that the novel was among those most likely to be censored based on the fact that it is "anti-Christian". Challenged by Concerned Citizens of Florida who wanted the book removed from a high school library (1991) in Leesburg, Florida due to "profanity, reference to suicide, vulgarity, disrespect, and anti-Christian sentiments". They were unsuccessful: a review committee voted unanimously to retain the book.<br /> What am I referring to?<br />
25.<br />In an acidic solution, the “lawsone” molecule can react via a process called<br /> Michael addition with keratin to create a stain. What do we know<br /> this process as?<br />Hint: Lawsone molecule is also known as Henatonic acid.<br />