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1. 1.  9TH OCT 2010  MITHUN PAUL 27/08/10
2. 2.  Quiz Of (bad)Throat Month  so all qns and answers will be in sign language 
3. 3. 3  Golden Rules:  1. There are No Rules…All you need to do is make a few educated guesses.  2. If you don’t get the answer after reading the question once, read again  3. Still if you don’t get the answer, you haven’t read carefully. Go to step 2.  4. In case of doubts, refer to the above rules..
4. 4.  You can ask for clues as and when you please, unless someone vetoes you down.  ROUND 1 –DRIES (30)  ROUND 2 –THEME 1 (6)  ROUND 3- DRIES (30)  ROUND 4-THEME 2 (5)  ROUND 5- DRIES(30)  ROUND 6- LEGO (8)  ROUND 8- DOODLES (21)
5. 5.  Same story, have around 150qns –so tell me when its time to stop   Dont give those looks, i had 729 slides in the first ppt i made, this atleast has only 486 
6. 6. ● ____ is a city built on three hillocks cascading over each other.  ● This city was founded in 1768 by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro upon the ruins of a Mauryan fishing village along the bank of the Indus known as Neroon Kot  ● When the foundations were laid, the city obtained the nickname Heart of the Mehran as the ruler Mian Ghulam Shah himself was said to have fallen in love with the city.  ● It was known as the Paris of India, for its roads used to be washed with river water.  ● Rich with culture and tradition, the city is the largest bangle producer in the world.   
7. 7. ■ _____ ______is a Dutch doctor with a wide range of interests and accomplishments, partly attested by the string of letters that follows his name: "M.D., D.Ph., D.Litt., etc." ■ Even though his name is visibly Dutch, he uses German words instead of Dutch, such as "mein Gott" and "toll", which translate in English to "my God" and "great" respectively. ■ _____ _____is called in by his former student, Dr. John Seward, to assist with the mysterious illness of Lucy Westenra. ■ ■ It is later revealed that _______ _____ is really Gabriel, the Left Hand of God - as well as the one who originally did the task.
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9. 9.  The original task done by angel gabriel being murdering the Count Dracula  Van/Von etc are typical dutch names
10. 10. Qn 1) This is a prayer that we are supposed to say before doing something. What? ‘Almighty and eternal God, Who created us in Thy image And bade us to seek after all that is good, True and beautiful, Especially in the divine person Of Thy only-begotten Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, Grant we beseech Thee that, Through the intercession of Saint X, Bishop and doctor, During our journeys through the Y We will direct our hands and eyes Only to that which is Pleasing to Thee And treat with charity and patience All those souls whom We encounter. Through Christ our Lord. Amen ‘ Clue: You do it everyday, of course without the prayer;-)
11. 11.  This is real version of the prayer..  ‘Almighty and eternal God, Who created us in Thy image  And bade us to seek after all that is good, True and beautiful, Especially in the divine person  Of Thy only-begotten Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, Grant we beseech Thee that, Through the intercession of Saint Isidore Of Seville, Bishop and doctor, During our journeys through the INTERNET  We will direct our hands and eyes  Only to that which is Pleasing to Thee And treat with charity and patience  All those souls whom We encounter. Through Christ our Lord. Amen ‘  According to Vatican you have to say this prayer everytime before you log into INTERNET…
12. 12. ■ The word _______ itself is of uncertain origin. Two possibilities are commonly proffered. It could come from a similar czech word or, it could be a blend of mazurka and polonaise. ■ In the 1840s, the _______ was sweeping Britain and America. It was the latest dance craze, like the Charleston of the 1920s. In an effort to cash in on the fad, manufacturers began naming all sorts of thing _______. _______ gauze, _______ hats, _______ curtain bands and many other products with the _______ name hit the market in the 1840s. Of these, only the _______ _____ survives today. 
13. 13. • Qn) Feeling What?Qn) Feeling What? • A popular myth states that Ghurka soldiers, fighting for Britain in WW1 ,in the pitch dark nights in trenches, crawled along the ground, feeling the ______ of the soldiers they encountered. • British soldiers employed straight- or bar-______, while Japanese troops employed a criss-cross one. Criss- cross ones could therefore mean the difference between life and death. • The importance of correct _____ was thus emphasized to British troops. 27/08/10
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15. 15.  British soldiersBritish soldiers employed straight- oremployed straight- or bar-lacing, whilebar-lacing, while Japanese troopsJapanese troops SHOE LACESSHOE LACES
16. 16. ●The spectrophotometric value of all the colors described by the ISI was measured and determined in conformity with the colors of the sealed sample held at Kanpur, by the Technical Development Establishment Laboratory (Stores) in Kanpur by using the illuminent - ' C ' as specified by the International Commission on Illumination - 1931. ●Last step in the manufacture of what?
17. 17.  Official sample of Indian National Flag is kept in Kanpur 27/08/10
18. 18.  Qn) What/fill in the blanks  It can be mixed with Jim Beam bourbon to make a cocktail called "Moon Beam“  A household tip says ______ is an excellent dishwasher cleaning agent due to its high citric acid content.  At one time, Philadelphia authorities attempted to deter addicts from misusing doses of methadone by packaging it in combination with ______; this was carried out under the reasoning that nobody would be foolish enough to intravenously inject the combination,but apparently someone was.  ______ was a component of the liquid explosive allegedly intended for use in the 2006 transatlantic aircraft plot (along with hydrogen peroxide and Hexamine, to produce HMTD(hexamethylene triperoxide diamine (HMTD) is a high explosive organic compound) 08/27/10
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20. 20.  the KRAFT manufactured drink 08/27/10 1 Point for TANG
21. 21.  Qn)  X was watching violent scenes during the filming of THE OUTLAW that he produces, and was shocked by something.  He stopped production and took the problem to his engineers .  What X asked was ‘an efficient support for _____________’. He got that; a fuselage designer, inspired by the construction of suspended bridges, created the design that would remain hidden in a bullet-shape appearance.  Who/What are we talking about?
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23. 23.  The actress was jane russel.  Hughes was watching violent scenes during the filming of THE OUTLAW that he produces, and was shocked by the unrestrained movements of the leading actress,Russel’s boobs during violent scene.Hethought that the censor might ban the film because of its eroticism.  When satisfied with the design, Hughes asked Russel to wear it, which she was reluctant to do. In fact, the most erotic scenes in the production were filmed bra-less, without hughes knowing, but it still passed censorship.
24. 24. ● 3 is the most common of them , but surely there are certain exceptions. ● The shortest of them have only 1,eg: G ; D ● Officialy, there is only one with a 5 - NDBRT ● There are also many with 4 :AKOT, LEDO, NANA, PATA, RURA, SELU, SIHO, TAKU, TILO, TUNI, TUWA, UMRA, UMRI, VELI, WAIR, WENA etc ● Starts with AAG=ANGAR and ends with ZW=ZAWAR. ● what are we talking about?
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27. 27. ■ In medieval ages they used to believe in the existence of monstrous dragons, griffins, mermaids, unicorns etc. One type of similar animals were the ones that had their heads and tails reversed and those which had heads at both ends, for example the Amphisbaena. ■ Hence a particular word was used to describes such things in which the the rear has been replaced with front . So, '_________' things or, more usually animals, were those which were contrary to nature; having their parts in the wrong order. ■ What word was used to describe such animals that kinda portrays a similar expression/reaction in modern day English?
28. 28.  Pre (Front)  Post (Rear)
29. 29. ■ Many nations of the Near, Middle East and Central Asia claim the _______ as their own, but it is most likely that he was Turkish .his name is spelled differently in various cultures—and often preceded or followed by titles "_____", "_____", or "Effendi". ■ 1996–1997 was declared International _______ Year by UNESCO ■ The "International ________ Festival" is held annually in Akşehir,tURKEY between July 5–10 ■ hE HAS been translated to Albanian, Arab, Armenian, Azeri, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Greek, Chinese, Russian, Hindi, Italian, Pashto, Persian, Romanian, Serbian, Turkish and Urdu folk tradition of vignettes, not entirely different from zen koans.
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32. 32.  Qn) This was originally an extensive, shallow embayment called Wai Momi or Pu'uloa by the Natives.  It was regarded as the home of the dolphin goddess kapituce and her brother, Kahi'uka and was teeming with oysters until the late 1800s.  The oyster that once flourished in X was a small species ,Pinctada Radiata, about 2 inches wide. The natives ate the soft parts either raw or cooked . They did, however, value the oysters' shells, from which they carved fishhooks.  The aboriginal lifestyle continued at this place until it was used for some other purpose in 1887?
33. 33.  Qn)  The etymology of the word is somewhat colorfully based on Roman law.  The Latin word “X",meaning witness, was used in the firmly established legal principle “X unus, X nullus" (one witness [equals] no witness), meaning that proof given by any one person in court was to be disregarded unless corroborated by the proof of at least another.  This led to the common practice of producing two witnesses, bribed to testify the same way in cases of lawsuits with ulterior motives. Since such "witnesses" always came in pairs, the meaning was accordingly extended, often in the diminutive viz X.  Also apparently no proof was considered a proof until u profess it holding it in your hands.
34. 34. ● BLAXPLOITATION is a film genre that emerged in the United States in the early 1970s when many films were made specifically (and perhaps exclusively) for an audience of urban black people. BLAXPLOITATION films were the first to feature soundtracks of funk and soul music. These films starred primarily black actors.  ● Starting from 1971 movie SHAFT, to recent Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002), and Undercover Brother (2002), as well as Quentin Tarantino's Jackie Brown (1997), and Death Proof (2007) feature pop culture nods to the BLAXPLOITATION genre.   Now the qn is what is BROWNSPLOITATION?
35. 35.  In the 2000s, A new term ‘BROWNSPLOITATION’ was termed as a play on the word in literary circles, referring to the body of conspiracy fiction that became popular after the success of author Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" and its prequel, "Angels and Demons." 27/08/10
36. 36. ■ A _______ _____ is a language systematically used to communicate between persons not sharing a common one tongue. ■ Its usage in the term _______ _____ originated from its meaning in Arabic, dating from before the Crusades, whereby all Europeans were called "Franks" or Faranji in Arabic ■ The original _______ _____ was a mixed language composed mostly (80%) of Italian with a broad vocabulary drawn from Turkish, French, Spanish, Greek and Arabic.
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38. 38. ■ originally Italian for "Frankish language"
39. 39.  Qn) Bombay's first circulating Book Library was started by the enterprise X in 1962 ,named the X Book Library.  Around 1978-79, the same group, X set up India's first video Library in Bombay.  Later in in 1986-87, they diversified into the acquisition of Video rights.  What?  Clue?
40. 40.  House hold name
41. 41. • Qn) There are only 7 of its kind in the world, three in Lyon, France, two each in Calcultta and lucknow  This was created by a french man Major General Claude Martin, who was initially with the French in India, then with the British East India Company and occupied an important position in the court of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daulah of Oudh  The ______ in Lucknow was awarded a Battle Honour - 'Defence of Lucknow' for the part the residents played in the Defence of the Residency at Lucknow during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 - the only _______ in the world so distinguished.  Certain names associated with this include: The Lumiere brothers,C K Birla, Nafisa Ali, Dr. Vijay Mallya, Pryanka Chopra ,Pritish Nandy, Jug Suraiya, Leander Paes,Shahnaz Husain,Rajendra K. Pachauri etc
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43. 43. ❖Public schools- The only school in the world to have awarded a battle honor La Martinière
44. 44.  MoBaTime, a Swizz company, started around the 1940s, has primary business is in Manufacturing Clocks/Watches.  Apart from this, they have minor interests in various other fields like Airways,Railways, Energy Production.  Now they have forayed into an entirely different but niche field. How do we know MoBaTime better as?
45. 45.  When this company forayed into India, they used their real swizz name, of which MoBa was just an abbreviation, viz
46. 46.  ‘Going Postal’ is an American English slang term used as a verb. The term derives from a series of incidents from 1986 onward involving United States Postal Service (USPS) workers. Till 1997, 40 people were killed in at least 20 incidents of ‘Going Postal’. What does ‘Going Postal’ mean?
47. 47.  Following this series of events, the idiom entered common parlance and has been applied to murders committed by employees in acts of workplace rage, irrespective of the employer; and generally to describe fits of rage, though not necessarily at the level of murder, in or outside the workplace. BACK TO MENU
48. 48.  Qn)  Some satanists though say its the representation of the Devil itself, because when viewed at various angles it apparently makes the number 666.  This has been adapted now under the name Corna or Mano Cornuta .  Pagans of recent ages use this to represent the Horned God (from whom we get the word Horny).  What am I talking about?
49. 49.  Google Essentially comes in 128 languages, which are spoken by humans across the world.  Apart from that there are three more non- human languages in which you can search google in.  Viz:
50. 50. Kissing the back of the hand Thumping watermelons Breaking celery or bamboo or twisting a head of lettuce Squeezing a box of corn starch Flapping a pair of gloves
51. 51.  Foley Artists are actually the UnSung heroes of Movie Production.  In most movies we assume that the background sound of horse hoofs, neck breaking are all done using Computers. But it is mostly never the case. Such sounds are made by artists called FOLEY ARTISTS.  Before the movie recording starts, these FOLEY ARTISTS go around hunting for House Hold items that can be used to make various sounds in the scripts.
52. 52. Effect How It's Made Galloping horses Banging empty coconut shells together Kissing Kissing back of hand Punching someone Thumping watermelons Bone-breaking blow Breaking celery or bamboo or twisting a head of lettuce Footsteps in snow Squeezing a box of corn starch Bird flapping its wings Flapping a pair of gloves
53. 53.  Why was 'L'Inconnue de la Seine' a French woman of 1890s named the 'Most Kissed Woman in the World'?
54. 54.  L'Inconnue de la Seine simply means the Unknown Woman of Seine. Sometime in the late 1890s, the dead body of an unknown woman was found floating in the river Seine. The coroner at the Paris morgue was so dumb struck by her beauty that he decided to make a mask of her face and keep, which later became very famous.  Peter Safar and Asmund Laerdal in 1958 created a mannequin with the same face. Only funda was that it was the time when Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Mouth to Mouth Respiration was being made mandatory as part of the Training by many organizations like the Army,Boy Scouts and ofcourse medical students. Due to the popularity of the Mannequin, people started using this as a training instrument for CPR and Mouth To Mouth Respiration.  Thus this lady became the "most kissed woman in the world."
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56. 56.  +60-5 88
57. 57.  Qn) This place gets its name from Saint Galava who cured king Suraj Sen of Leprosy.About the Fort at this place, it is said that the Mughal Emperor Babur described it as, "The pearl in the necklace of the forts of Hind". The fort, also given the epithet "Gibraltar of India‘,.  The fort’s history relates to two parts namely,the X Mahal and the Man Mandir palace. The first part was built during the early Tomar rule, while the second part, the X Mahal (now a Museum) and the palace, was constructed by Raja Man Singh Tomar in the 15th century for his favourite queen,Y     Three parts to the qn:  1.Name the place  2.What is X  3.What isY
58. 58.  +50-5 90
59. 59.  _______is a town in Nagapattinam district in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It was once a flourishing ancient port city known as Kaveripattinam, which for a while served as the capital of the early Chola kings in Tamilakkam  The Silappatikaram, apart from being the first known epic poem in Tamil, begins in this city. 91
60. 60.  +40-5 92
61. 61.  _________ University, Bhubaneswar is the oldest university in Orissa and the seventeenth oldest university in India. It is a teaching-cum- affiliating University, that has produced some of the best brains in Orissa.  After the separation of Orissa from Bihar and the creation of the new province of Orissa in April 1936, there was a strong desire among the leaders of the province for the establishment of a separate university in Orissa, and thus this was created  Motto "Seek The Highest Truth"  Established 1943  Type Public  Chancellor Mr. M. C. Bhandare  Vice-Chancellor Prof. Binayak Ratha  Location Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, India  Campus Urban  Affiliations UGC
62. 62.  +30-5 94
63. 63.  Qn) According to the hindu mythology,Muni Agastya was once on his way back from Mt.Kailas with his Kamandalu(pot) full of sacred water.  On his way, he stopped at a place for sometime to take rest.At that time a crow came and perched on the Kamandalu which caused it to topple over.  Furious at this the Muni cursed the crow, who was Lord Ganesha himself in disguise,who then came to the real form and asked him,”Is this what I get in return for starting the great ________”? What?
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65. 65.  Currently, Padmasree Bharath Mammootty, a leading film actor in Malayalam, holds the post of Chairman and John Brittas is the Managing Director and editor.  The channel is more known as the official mouthpiece of the CPI(M) in Kerala. 97
66. 66.  +10-5 98
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68. 68.  Where will you find this form of Lord Shiva?  As the history says, Due to king's misunderstanding with this temple builder, king ordered to make him blind. Hearing this the builder plucked his own eyes and throw at this temple walls. Till date one can find those blood scars on that particular wall. 100
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70. 70.  Qn) This place gets its name from Saint Galava who cured king Suraj Sen of Leprosy.About the Fort at this place, it is said that the Mughal Emperor Babur described it as, "The pearl in the necklace of the forts of Hind". The fort, also given the epithet "Gibraltar of India', The fort’s history relates to two parts namely,the X Mahal and the Man Mandir palace. The first part was built during the early Tomar rule, while the second part, the X Mahal (now a Museum) and the palace, was constructed by Raja Man Singh Tomar in the 15th century for his favourite queen, Y     Two parts to the qn:  1.Easier part- Name the place  2.Fill in X and Y 102
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72. 72.  X=GURJARI  Y=MRIGANAYANI  the GURJARI Mahal (now a Museum) and the palace, was constructed by Raja Man Singh Tomar in the 15th century for his favourite queen, MRIGANAYANI 104
73. 73.  _______is a town in Nagapattinam district in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It was once a flourishing ancient port city known as Kaveripattinam, which for a while served as the capital of the early Chola kings in Tamilakkam  The Silappatikaram, apart from being the first known epic poem in Tamil, begins in this city. 105
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75. 75. 107 POOMPUHAR
76. 76.  _________ University, Bhubaneswar is the oldest university in Orissa and the seventeenth oldest university in India. It is a teaching-cum-affiliating University, that has produced some of the best brains in Orissa.  After the separation of Orissa from Bihar and the creation of the new province of Orissa in April 1936, there was a strong desire among the leaders of the province for the establishment of a separate university in Orissa  Motto "Seek The Highest Truth"  Established 1943  Type Public  Chancellor Mr. M. C. Bhandare  Vice-Chancellor Prof. Binayak Ratha  Location Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, India  Campus Urban  Affiliations UGC 108
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78. 78. 110 UTKAL UNIVERSITY
79. 79. Qn) According to the hindu mythology,Muni Agastya was once on his way back from Mt.Kailas with his Kamandalu(pot) full of sacred water.On his way, he stopped at a place for sometime to take rest.At that time a crow came and perched on the Kamandalu which caused it to topple over.Furious at this the Muni cursed the crow, who was Lord Ganesha himself in disguise,who then came to the real form and asked him,”Is this what I get in return for starting the great ________”? What? 111
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81. 81. 113 RIVER KAVERI
82. 82.  ____________is a Malayalam television channel based in Trivandrum, Kerala. Currently, Padmasree Bharath Mammootty, a leading film actor in Malayalam, holds the post of Chairman and John Brittas is the Managing Director and editor.  The channel is the official mouthpiece of the CPI(M). 114
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86. 86.  Where will you find this form of Lord Shiva?  As the history says, Due to king's misunderstanding with this temple builder, king ordered to make him blind. Hearing this the builder plucked his own eyes and throw at this temple walls. Till date one can find those blood scars on that particular wall. 118
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88. 88. 120 Akshi as in eyes
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90. 90.  GURJARI-GUJARAT  MRIGANAYANI-RAJASTHAN  POOMPUHAR-TAMILNADU  UTKAL-ORIYA  KAVERI-KARNATAKA  KAIRALI-KERALA  LEPAKSHI-ANDHRA 122 STATE HANDICRAFT EMPORIUMS OF INDIA
91. 91.  COUNTER CLOCKWISE
92. 92.  One of the origins of the wordY is that, In Italy you just need to have earned any degree to be called a Y. And ofcourse X has a degree.  Another, as spoken by X himself, " And in Italy, TheY is a name you give to someone for respect, it's very important,TheY... important".  Although X often jokes that the name arrived because in Italy, X is a common surname forYs.  These days X rarely crashes and in fact holds the record for the longest streak of consecutive podiums. From September 8, 2002 to April 18, 2004, he stood on the podium at the end of all 23 races including every race in 2003.
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94. 94. ❖nicknamed DOCTOR ❖In Italy, Rossi is a common surname for doctors. VALENTINO ROSSI
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101. 101. ■Movies made in Hindi- Translated from Ruskin Bond Novel/Novellas 08/27/10
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104. 104. ■Upcoming vishal bharadwaj movie Saath Khoon Maaf is based on Bond's Susanna's Seven Husbands (from the collection 'When darkness falls') 08/27/10
105. 105.  This place was a Portuguese colony, administered by the Portuguese Governor, from 1779 until 1954 when the residents with some help from X volunteers, pushed them out. It then became, in the eyes of international law, an independent country.  They requested the Government of X for administrative help and officer of the X Administrative Service was sent in as Administrator.  Now a legal stalemate arouse - As per International Law no Independent nation can be annexed till a) through force or b) through independent surrender  Thus this place was made a country just for a day, and the administrative officer was made its new President, so that he can surrender the place to X.  Which place?
106. 106.  Mr. KG Badlani, an IAS office, was, for one day, designated the Prime Minister of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, so that, as Head of State, he could sign an agreement with the Prime Minster of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, and formally merge Dadra and Nagar Haveli with the Republic of India.
107. 107.  Qn)  The X Islands , are a group of four islands in the southern Pacific Ocean viz the X,Henderson, Ducie, and Oeno Islands, out of which Only X Island — the second smallest — is inhabited.  The islands are a British overseas territory, the last remaining in the Pacific. With only 50 inhabitants (from nine families), X is also notable for being the least populated jurisdiction in the world.  The Y Day is celebrated on X Island on January 23rd .  Various events and celebrations on that day include the burning of Model replicas of Y, made by the islanders. a re-enactment of the series of events, march to the cenotaph to lay wreaths in remembrance, Food, Ball etc  Pic Next Slide
108. 108.  X- Pitcarin Islands  Y- Bounty day in memory of the landing of the crew members of HMS Bounty, on Pitcarin Islands
109. 109.  * Qn)  Two etymologically inter-related words X andY  X,in latin, meaning "nourishing mother", was used in ancient Rome as a title for various mother goddesses, especially Ceres or Cybele, and in Medieval Christianity for theVirgin Mary.  Y is the Greek for "mother" which is how the Greek colonies of antiquity referred to their original cities, with whom they retained cultic and political- cultural connections.
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111. 111. ❖Mater/Me'ter meaning Mother X-ALMA MATER Y- METRO POLIS
112. 112.  Nang Samut-devi ,  Thotsarot ,  Nang Kaosuriya ,  Nang Kaiyakesi ,  Nang Sida ,  Tosakan
113. 113.  Samut-devi - Sumitra  Thotsarot -Dhasarath,  Kaosuriya - Kausalya,  Kaiyakesi – Kaikeyi,  Nang Sida -Sita  Tosakan - Ravan 
114. 114. ❖Identify first two and Connect with the rest
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116. 116. Airports in India Ahalya Devi Holkar (Indore) Kushok Bakula Rinpoche (Leh ) Sardar Patel (Ahmedabad) Chattrapathi Shivaji (Mumbai) Subhash Chandra Bose (Kolkatta) B R Ambedkar (Nagpur) Jayaprakash Narayan (Patna) Vir Savarkar (Port Blair) Biju Patnaik (BBSR)
117. 117. ■ The title was inspired by the John Lennon song "Instant Karma!", which contained the line "We all X on…"  ■ The Y was considered to be one of the most beautiful resort hotels in the Rockies, if not the world. It had many illustrious guests: Vanderbilts, Rockefellers, Astors, Du Ponts, Marilyn Monroe, Truman Capote, and presidents Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Richard Nixon.But it soon hit scandals and business went downhill.  ■ In 1972, the then owner hired a man named Delbert Grady to be the Y's winter caretaker. Along with his wife and two daughters, Grady spent the winter months in the hotel. When the Y's staff returned to open the hotel for the summer season, they discovered that Grady had murdered his daughters with a hatchet before killing his wife and himself with a shotgun.
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119. 119. ● One reason for this name was because "______" is a standard of registration pins and holes that allow animation cels to be consistently aligned. (An alternative registration is Oxberry (or Oxbury) standard.)  ● The company name is ironic since the word ______ is derived from Greek meaning the peak, zenith or prime, and products from the ______ Corporation are both generic and tend to fail. 
120. 120. ■ wHAT did Thomas Lanier Williams, after moving to New Orleans in 1939 and change his name to, after the Southeastern state,which was his father's birthplace.
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123. 123. ● The first of this occured in 1937, when something was introduced by the first Indian National Congress government led by C. Rajagopalachari (Rajaji). The  ● Justice Party was the leader of this.This stopped when Lord Erskine in February 1940 revoked the introduction after the resignation of the Congress Government in 1939.   The second time this occured in 1965 when a 15 year deadline proposed for something in 1950 got over.  ● Hence even now the duplicity continues.
124. 124. ●Introduction of hindi as a national language was twice tried, in 1937 and 1965 both time vehemently opposed by Justice Party and DMK which was its offspring ●Hence India has TWO OFFICIAL LANGUAGES- Hindi and English
125. 125. Which Benedictine monk's statue is this at Moët et Chandon ?
126. 126. And the answer is
127. 127. Who created the Champagne of the same name. Moet Et Chandon is the winery who owns this now DOM pierre PERIGNON
128. 128.  Born to George and Margaret Roberts in Willows Wisconsin on March 9 1959, this person attended Willows High School and later the Manhattan International High School (NYC).  This person had a brief relationship with Blaine (an australian surfer). Owned Corvette Convertibles, Jeeps and Trailers.  Holds a pilot’s licence and operates commercial jet liners in addition to serving as an attendant. She has done various jobs including being an astronaut, a doctor and a nascar racer.Who is this successful lady?
129. 129.  Blaine is the new boyfriend after Ken
130. 130. ●What word originating from old French for 'Rhombus' is currently used for a small tablet (originally diamond-shaped) or medicated sweet.
131. 131. 27/08/10
132. 132.  (attached pic1.jpg) This report that came in the  July 14, 1970 edition of Evening Standard in London, talks about how a nuclear-powered heart pacemaker was implanted on a pregnant woman’s heart thus saving her life.  Put fundaes
133. 133.  PINK FLOYD
134. 134. The phrase comes from freemasonry, where a ------ ----- or Master Mason is the highest rank. To obtain the ____ ____ of Freemasonry one must submit to ritual questioning. Some sources say the questioning is l88ong and intense, others that it is a mere formality (not being a Mason I don’t know), but whichever is true, the idea that the Masons’ testing was an ordeal became fixed in the public mind. From Jeremiah How’s 1865 Freemason’s Manual: The Fellow-Craft who is duly qualified by time, on presenting himself as candidate for the ------ -----, has to submit himself to an examination of his qualifications as a Craftsman.
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136. 136.  As in Third Degree torture
137. 137.  First the dress was changed to a blue drape.  In 1936, a shimmering light was placed behind in place of the more artificial-looking rays of light projecting from the handheld.  1976 concentrated more on the handheld, and the light rays then formed an abstract blue semicircle depicting the top half of the rays of light.  In 1993, she was repainted digitally by New Orleans artist, Michael Deas. Although the it closely resembles Dorothy Kilgallen and it has been rumored that Annette Bening was the model, in fact, Deas used a model named Jenny Joseph, and said he used a composite for the face. 185
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143. 143. ► Robert LeROy Parker ► Harry Longabaugh 191 Next Slide
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147. 147. ► Each one of the young men presented himself to a medicine-man, who took between his thumb and forefinger a fold of the loose skin of the breast—and then ran a very narrow-bladed or sharp knife through the skin—a stronger skewer of bone, about the size of a carpenter's pencil was inserted. ► ► This was tied to a long skin rope fastened, at its other extremity, to the top of the sun-pole in the center of the arena. The whole object of the devotee is to break loose from these fetters. To liberate himself he must tear the skewers through the skin, a horrible task that even with the most resolute may require many hours of torture 195
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152. 152.  Supposed benefits of this, not related to the main use, include, sharpening memory, curing headaches, creating a glow on the face of the one who continually uses it, strengthening the eyesight, assisting in digestion and clearing the voice.  A _________ should be one hand span in length when selected. If it becomes dry, it should be soaked in rose water to ensure the end is soft.  Its use has spread from the Middle East to South and Southeast Asia, where it is known as Kayu Sugi (Malay for '_______stick') and features in Islamic hygienical jurisprudence,hadith.  200
153. 153. 201 And the answer is
154. 154. 202 MESWAK
155. 155. ●Ernst _________ was an Austrian physicist and philosopher, remembered for his contributions to physics such as the study of shock waves ●He described how passing the sound barrier caused the compression of air in front of bullets and shells. Using a so-called "schlierenmethode" he and his son Ludwig were able to photograph the shadows of the invisible shock waves. ●_________'s paper on this subject was published in 1877 and correctly describes the sound effects observed during the supersonic motion of a projectile ●As a philosopher of science, he was a major influence on logical positivism and through his criticism of Newton, a forerunner of Einstein's relativity. 203
156. 156. Sub Title And the answer is 204
157. 157. ERNST MACH ●After whom Mach Number is named 205
158. 158. 206
159. 159. ●In English A Furrow is a narrow groove made in the ground, esp. by a plow. ●The word X is derived from Old English word originally meaning "open field.The X was approximately the amount of land tillable by one man behind an ox in one day.A long narrow strip of land is more efficient to plough than a square plot, since the plough does not have to be turned so often ●This explains one definition as the area of a rectangle with sides of length one chain and one Y.The word "Y" itself derives from the fact that it is one furrow long. 207
160. 160. Sub Title And the answer is 208
161. 161. ACRE and FURLONG(Furrow Long) 209
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163. 163. ●(no, this is not what u think it is) ●This is the picture of a ____ ,which is a pore used for gas exchange. The word ____ derives from Greek for 'mouth'. ●The pore is bordered by a pair of specialized parenchyma cells known as guard cells which are responsible for regulating the size of the opening ●_______ are present in the sporophyte generation of all land plant groups except liverworts. Dicotyledons usually have more _______ on the lower epidermis than the upper epidermis. Monocotyledons, on the other hand, usually have the same number of _______ on the two epidermes. 211
164. 164. Sub Title And the answer is 212
165. 165. STOMATA ●The word stoma derives from Greek for 'mouth' 213
166. 166. ● This is the flag of a national political organization founded in 1916.  ● This came from a mixed emotional response that arose during the WW1:Most Indians and Indian political leaders had been divided in their response to World War I and the Indian soldiers fighting on behalf of the British Empire against Germany, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Ottoman Empire. The latter's involvement irked India's Muslims, who saw the Sultan as the Caliph of Islam.  ● Its further growth and activity were so stalled by the rise of one Mr.Mohandas Gandhi and his Satyagraha (art of revolution: non-violent, but mass-based civil disobedience ) that it silently merged into INC in 1920. What? 
167. 167. ●That is why that flag had both Indian an British insignia to denote a HOME govt, within the British government
168. 168. ■ ______ is an American physician, advocates the controversial and unproven use of malaria to treat HIV. ■ First published his views about something in a June 1974 informal article in Emergency Medicine entitled, "Pop Goes the Cafe Coronary". ■ tENnnesse williams, George W Bush,JImmie Fox,Queen mother Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon etc are associated with this.
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170. 170. ■ HENRY HEIMLICH ■ He has received credit as the inventor of one kind of abdominal thrusts ■ Used to push if something gets stuck in throat
171. 171. ■ Jacob Bernoulli discovered this _________while studying a question about compound interest.  ■ An account that starts with \$1.00 and pays 100% interest per year. If the interest is credited once, at the end of the year, the value is \$2.00; but if the interest is computed and added twice in the year, the \$1 is multiplied by 1.5 twice, yielding \$1.00×1.5² = \$2.25. Compounding quarterly yields \$1.00×1.254 = \$2.4414…, and compounding monthly yields \$1.00×(1.0833…)12 = \$2.613035….  ■ Bernoulli noticed that this sequence approaches a limit (the force of interest) for more and smaller compounding intervals. Compounding weekly yields \$2.692597…, while compounding daily yields \$2.714567…, just two cents more. Using n as the number of compounding intervals, with interest of 100%/n in each interval, the limit for large n is the number that came to be known as _____________; with continuous compounding, the account value will reach \$2.7182818…. More generally, an account that starts at \$1, and yields (1+R) dollars at simple interest, will yield ____________ dollars with continuous compounding.
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173. 173. ■ The mathematical constant whose value approximately is given by: ■ e=2.71828182845904523536….
174. 174. ■ He was unable to pay the prescribed customs duties the King's officials detained his agents as security for payment (who were released later). This however annoyed him and he carried a few local community members and sixteen Mukkuva fishermen with him by force to take revenge. ■ He inflicted acts of cruelty upon competing traders and local inhabitants.Once he intercepted a ship of Muslim pilgrims at Madayi travelling to Mecca. He looted the ship with over 400 pilgrims on board including 50 women, locked the passengers, the owner and an ambassador from Egypt and burnt them to death. ■ When he demanded the expulsion of Muslims to the local ruler as a precondition, the ruler sent the high priest for talks.He called the priest a spy, ordered the priests' lips and ears to be cut off and after sewing a pair of dog's ears to his head, sent him away ■ Qn)Lesser known feats of which hero?
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177. 177. ●______ is the direct descendant of ______ (Fire) Insurance Company, of Hartford, Connecticut.The name was meant to invoke ______, at the time ●Europe's most active volcano. ●Recently _______disclosed that from approximately 1853 to approximately 1860 ______ had issued life insurance policies to slaveowners covering the lives of their slaves. ●This is a Fortune 500 American health insurance company, providing a range of traditional and consumer directed health care insurance products.
178. 178. ●Named after Mt.Etna
179. 179. ■ ________is a term of British origin (ultimately from Latin scutarius in the sense of shield bearer via Old French “_______"). ■ In the U.S., usually applied to lawyers, women as well as men; in Britain, applied to a commoner considered to have gained the social position of a gentleman.
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181. 181. ●One of the earliest practical _____ _____ machines, the Universal _____ _____ developed by Thomas Edison in 1869, had an alphanumeric printing speed of approximately 1 character per second. ●_____ _____ was the earliest digital electronic communications medium, transmitting stock price information over telegraph lines, in use between around 1870 through 1970 ●The first term "_____" came from the sound made by the machine as it printed, and the second part simply refers to the machines using a paper printout as a rolling display of prices
182. 182. ●Another version for the origin of this name is that "X" originated from the suggestion of David Houston, a fellow inventor, who started receiving patents in 1881, was said to have chosen "X" as a nickname of his home state, North Dakota. ●The actual inventor had been a fan of one particular english letter. ●he is quoted as saying, "it seems a strong, incisive sort of letter." ●He and his mother devised the name X with an anagram set.
183. 183. ●NoDak-Northern Dakota ●K was eastman’s favorite letter
184. 184. ■ The title was inspired by the John Lennon song "Instant Karma!", which contained the line "We all X on…"  ■ This was considered to be one of the most beautiful of its kind in the Rockies, if not the world. Many illustrious names associated with it include: Vanderbilts, Rockefellers, Astors, Du Ponts, Marilyn Monroe, Truman Capote, and presidents Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Richard Nixon.  ■ In 1972, the then owner hired a man named Delbert Grady to be its winter caretaker. Along with his wife and two daughters, Grady spent the winter months here. But when the staff returned to open it for the summer season, they discovered that Grady had murdered his daughters with a hatchet before killing his wife and himself with a shotgun.
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186. 186.  Thats where the twin girls come “into the picture” from
187. 187.   B is regarded as one of the greatest British poets and remains widely read and influential.   A was the daughter of B. She alongwith C, created the first of this and hence is also considered the fore-'father' of many toiling souls now. A was a great mathematician. One of her tutors was the noted mathematician and logician D, well known for D's laws.   G was another student of D who proposed the four color theorem.   F was the inventor of electricity and used to have regular correspondance with B.   W developer of the electric telegraph, a musical instrument , a widely used electric bridge and a family friend, contacted B once about translating it for the British journal Taylor's Scientific Memoirs.  27/08/10
188. 188. And the answer is
189. 189. A- Lord Byron B- Ada Lovelace (daughter of A)-mother of all computer programmers D- DeMorgan (Tutor of B) C- Charles Babbage (Colleague of A) E- Francis Guthrie(Student of C) F- Faraday,Michael W-Wheatstone
190. 190.  In 1909, the mother of the founder Carl Elsener died and he named the company in her honor.  In 1921, with the introduction of the French term for stainless steel into their products, the brand and name of the company became thepresent…. What??  Their famous emblem —a cross in a shield, has been around since 1909..
191. 191. 08/27/10
192. 192.   Victoria- dedication tohismother  Inox- French for steel
193. 193. ■ This is a congressionally chartered mutual-aid veterans organization of the United States armed forces founded to benefit those veterans who served during a wartime period as defined by the United States Congress. This was founded in 1919 by veterans returning from Europe after World War I.  ■ This organization became world wide known in 1976 when something happened in one of their conventions at The Bellevue Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia. Which organization, What happened?
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198. 198. ■ Kala Azar is also known as Dum Dum Fever ■ Upendranath Brahmachari Invented an antidote for this, for which he was recommended for nobel prize
199. 199. ■ _____________ has long had a left-wing editorial policy on economics, foreign policy, and social issues. This distinguishes it somewhat from other similar magazines, which generally embrace progressive ideas about free speech and morality issues, but remain conservative, libertarian, or neutral on other matters such as the economy ■ Every month _____________ is mailed, uninvited and for free, to the office of each member of the United States Congress. ■ Another feature of _____________ is a column called "A\$\$hole of the Month." In every monthly issue of the magazine, some public figure is selected for severe criticism as that month's a\$ \$hole. An illustration showing a photograph of the criticized person's head emerging from the anus of a cartoon donkey is shown alongside the article.
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201. 201. ■ These are all the OTHER THINGS they do apart from being a hardcore porn magazine :-)
202. 202.  Sahir Ludhianvi used to charge his fees in a very special way.How?
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204. 204.  Lata’s fees + 1 rupee.
205. 205.      a. Little worms     b. Cooking pot     c. Little tongues     d. Butterflies     e. Little pies 
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207. 207.  Vermicelli     b. Lasagne     c. Linguine     d. Farfalle     e. Tortellini
208. 208.  11. What couldn't cope recently at 47 47?
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210. 210.  The electronic score board. (on Court 18 during the marathon match between Isner and Mahut at Wimbledon) .
211. 211.  Josef Madlener was a German artist and illustrator. His works were published in various newspapers, magazines, and a few children's Christmas books. The most famous of Madlener's paintings is "Der Berggeist" ("the mountain spirit").  Who later found this picture on a postcard that was in his possession, ?
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213. 213.  Qn 5)  Though the botanical name of this flower is, Polianthes Tuberosa, it is commonly known as _______________.  The literal hindi translation of this name means "The Fragrance of the Night". Its nectar is said by some to have special powers and its scent magical to all who experience it.  What is the common name of this flower which has been flourishing in an entirely different garden since last 25 years?  What name am I talking about?  Pic Next Slide:
214. 214.  You know, 25 years, new pack, advertisement, etc etc  
215. 215. Qn) Why in news now for the 101st time- 1975 Kannada movie Katha Sangama by Puttanna Kanagal?
216. 216.  ROBO being 101st
217. 217.  In ancient rome, the famous emperor Nero (best known for fiddling :)) started a tax known as urine tax, later the "legacy" continued as his successor Vespasian imposed tax on public toilets.  urine was collected in cesspools and used in chemical processes such as tanning, as a source of ammonia and cleaning woollen togas. when questioned, he merely replied with a phrase ____ ____
218. 218.  He said: they are stinking rich, let them pay 27/08/10
219. 219.  This word was coined in 1754 by Sir Robert Walpole. He describes it thus:  ‘I once read a silly fairy tale, called ‘The Three Princes of _____’; as their highnesses traveled, they were always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things which they were not in quest of’  Also, the name a Hollywood Movie and the Persian name of a Country …
220. 220.  Serendipity  SERENDIP, was the old Persian name for Sri Lanka
221. 221.  Connect the 3 images…
222. 222. Sarah Josepha Hale (pic above) wrote this famous rhyme; which was, amongst other things the first recording on Edison’s phonograph and a song by Wings (McCartney). Sarah, incidentally, was the one who had convinced Abe Lincoln to make Thanksgiving a national holiday in United States (through a letter dated circa 1863) BACK TO MENU
223. 223.  In 1992, Ernest Hemingway's sons (John, Patrick and Gregory) formed Hemingway Ltd. to license the use of his name, image and signature.  The brothers soon came under fire when one of the first items they authorized was a Hemingway shotgun. (Hemingway had used a double- barreled 12-gauge English shotgun to commit suicide.) They protested that their father really had loved such a gun.  Some time later, they were criticized again, this time for licensing a \$600 limited-edition Mont Blanc fountain pen. Why?
224. 224.  Hemingway never used a pen, he always wrote with a pencil !!!
225. 225.  +50 -5  +40-5  +30-5  +20-5  +10-5
226. 226. The title of this famous novel comes from Miranda's speech in Shakespeare’s – The Tempest, Act V, Scene I: "O wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O _______ ____ ______ That hath such people in't!" Fill in the blanks which is also the name of the novel.
227. 227.  This industry was noted by the Human Rights Group as the "the most dangerous factory job in America".  The publication of the best selling book – “The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair in 1906, shocked the public about the poor working conditions, corruption and unsanitary practices in this industry at that time.  Chicago was once the hub of this industry in America. What industry are we talking about here?
228. 228.  He was born on Feb 6th 1976. He is of Punjabi Sikh heritage from his grandmothers side and a Bengali Kulin Brahmin from his mother’s side.  He was dyslexic as a child which he overcame. After studying in Mumbai and Delhi he went to US to complete his education at Boston University but soon left his course midway and came back to India when his father was going through troubled times to pursue his present career although he failed miserably for several years. Identify this person whose family is equally famous (or perhaps more ;-))
229. 229.  Who?
230. 230. The title of this famous novel comes from Miranda's speech in Shakespeare’s – The Tempest, Act V, Scene I: "O wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O _______ ____ ______ That hath such people in't!" Fill in the blanks which is also the name of the novel.
231. 231.  This industry was noted by the Human Rights Group as the "the most dangerous factory job in America".  The publication of the best selling book – “The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair in 1906, shocked the public about the poor working conditions, corruption and unsanitary practices in this industry at that time.  Chicago was once the hub of this industry in America. What industry are we talking about here?
232. 232. Meat Packing Industry
233. 233.  Who is this “Wizard of Menlo Park”?
234. 234. Thomas Alva Edison
235. 235.  He was born on Feb 6th 1976. He is of Punjabi Sikh heritage from his grandmothers side and a Bengali Kulin Brahmin from his mother’s side.  He was dyslexic as a child which he overcame. After studying in Mumbai and Delhi he went to US to complete his education at Boston University but soon left his course midway and came back to India when his father was going through troubled times to pursue his present career although he failed miserably for several years. Identify this person whose family is equally famous (or perhaps more ;-))
236. 236. And the THEME Is
237. 237.  Brave New World – Set in 632 A.F. (After Ford)  Meat Packing Industry – Ford got his idea of Assembly Line from the Chicago Meat Packing Industry  Thomas Alva Edison – Ford was very close to Edison and even captured the last breath of Edison in a test-tube (now in Ford Museum)  Abhishek Bachchan – Was a Brand Ambassador for Ford Fiesta in India  Model-T – Ford’s cult brand  Henry Ford
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239. 239. Qn)who/what is missing? ❖Writer's Block ❖Bed Making Robot ❖Invisible Cretinizer ❖Cerebral Enhance-o-tron ❖Huge bird foot
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241. 241. Calvin's Inventions Other more famous ones include ❖Transmogrifier ❖Time Machine ❖Transmogrifier Gun ❖Duplicator
242. 242.  After college, Rippan Kapur did a stint with the Oberoi Hotel and then at the Centaur Hotel as a receptionist. In June 1978, he joined Air India.  He started this organization with mere Rs. 50, put together by Rippan and six friends in 1979 and his dining table at home served as an office.  Name the organization.
243. 243. ●_____ ___ ___ ______, breeding ●Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing ●Memory and desire, stirring ●Dull roots with spring rain. ●Winter kept us warm, covering ●Earth in forgetful snow, feeding ●A little life with dried tubers. ●There is shadow under this red rock, ●(Come in under the shadow of this red rock), ●And I will show you something different from either ●Your shadow at morning striding behind you ●Or your shadow at evening rising to meet you; ●I will show you fear in a handful of dust These fragments I have shored against my ruins Why then ile fit you. Hieronymo's mad againe. Datta. Dayadhvam. Damyata. ______ ________ ______
244. 244. And the answer is
245. 245. ●April is the cruellest month, breeding ●Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing ●Memory and desire, stirring ●Dull roots with spring rain. ●Winter kept us warm, covering ●Earth in forgetful snow, feeding ●A little life with dried tubers. ●There is shadow under this red rock, ●(Come in under the shadow of this red rock), ●And I will show you something different from either ●Your shadow at morning striding behind you ●Or your shadow at evening rising to meet you; ●I will show you fear in a handful of dust ●These fragments I have shored against my ruins ●Why then ile fit you. Hieronymo's mad againe. ●Datta. Dayadhvam. Damyata. ●Shantih shantih shantih
246. 246. ■ Neil Richardson is an English composer, who orchestrated and conducted some of Richard Rodney Bennett's film music, such as for the 1994 film Four Weddings and a Funeral and Enchanted April. ■ Another of his library music compositions, "The Riviera Affair“ The song was also used as part of an homage of the The 4 O'Clock Movie in the opening logo sequence for the 2007 heist film, Ocean's Thirteen. ■ But he is, best known for "_______ _____", aka the X theme tune. He is most famous for his library music; incidental music for use in films and television, which is where "_______ _____" was found.
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248. 248. ■ MASTERMIND theme song
249. 249.  Dextera pistillo primum flagrantia mollit alia,  Tum pariter mixto terit omnia suco.  It manus in gyrum:  Paulatim singula vires deperdunt proprias;  Color est _ ________ _______ 331
250. 250.  Virgil talks about a man gathering ingredients from his garden, and making the dish.  The ingredients are alium, apium, ruta, coriandrum, salis, caseus, oleum, acetum (garlic, celery, rue, fresh coriander, salt, cheese, oil and vinegar, if your Latin is - ahem - rusty). 332
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254. 254. 336  Qn)  If youth, throughout all history, had a champion to stand up for it; to show a doubting world that a child can think; and, possibly, do it practically; you wouldn't constantly run across folks today who claim that "a child don't know anything." A child's brain starts functioning at birth; and has, amongst its many infant convolutions, thousands of dormant atoms, into which God has put a mystic possibility for noticing an adult's act, and figuring out its purport  Put fundaes?
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256. 256. 338  First paragraph of the novel written completely without the use of the letter ‘E’ BACK TO MENU
257. 257.  Qn)  It was built by Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1602 to commemorate his conquest of Gujarat. The first part of its name means High/Great in Persian, a reference to its magnanimity of the structure.  Interestingly, around the archway is a panel on which is written, in kufic script, something is written which is in complete contradiction to the Mughal rule.Maybe it shows the patronage to other religions by Akbar.The inscription reads:  "Jesus, Son of Mary (on whom be peace) said: The world is a bridge, pass over it, but build no houses upon it. He who hopes for a day, may hope for eternity; but the world endures but an hour. Spend it in prayer, for the rest is unseen." 339
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259. 259.  Fatehpur Sikri 341
260. 260.  CONNECT:
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262. 262.  CONNECT:
263. 263. 346  Qn)  This, produced in the UK by Aero Research Limited, is a registered trademark of Huntsman Advanced Materials (previously part of Ciba-Geigy) referring to their range of engineering and structural acrylic products.  It is available in the form of powder or rods.  This has been used in Sydney Opera House,in advanced ballistic protection body armour,doorframes on the BR 423 Siemens Bombardier train,composite side blades for the Audi R8 etc  Clue next slide if required
264. 264. 347  Stage 1 Tagline: It also sticks handles to teapots  Stage 2 Tagline: The tension mounts  Stage 3 Tagline: How did we pull it off
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266. 266.  From Aero Research Limited(ARLdite) 349
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269. 269. Qn) The phrase ____ ____ ____ (Latin: "Qui audet adipiscitur")has been the motto of nine elite special forces units around the world like SAS of UK,SayeretMatkal of Israel,Inf Dd Bat of Switzerland etc But this received world wide recognition after something that aired first on the Seven Network in Australia between 1996 and 1998.Hosted by former test cricketer Mike Whitney and co-hosted by Tania Zaetta, this has been screened in over 50 countries around the world.
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271. 271. Who Dares Wins
272. 272.  Alejandro Finisterre was a poet and worked as an editor. He was injured during the Spanish Civil war. During his stay in the hospital, he saw the sufferings of children who were injured .  So he invented what?
273. 273.  Foosball (or Table Football) BACK TO MENU
274. 274.  The numeral "74" should be clearly visible to viewers with normal color vision. Color blind Viewers may see it as "21"
275. 275.  During the Crimean War, a large attacking force of Russian cavalry, drove south towards the town of Balaklava threatening the main supply of the entire British army.  That drive was repulsed by the muskets of the 93rd (Highland) Regiment, which had been formed into a lone line of two rows by its commander, Sir Colin Campbell.  This action became known in history as “The _____ _____ ______".
276. 276.  "There are ... things that just don't have any good explanation," he said. "I suppose you could say that if it had been a really nice animal, something sympathetic, then maybe nothing would have happened. Suppose I had picked a rooster. Well, that's French, but it doesn't have the same impact."  who said in a 1973 interview with The Associated Press.
277. 277.  Rene Lacoste
278. 278. ●By burnswick
279. 279.  Qn) Fermina easily rejects Florentino Ariza in their youth when she realizes the naïveté of their first romance, and she weds Juvenal Urbino at the age of 21, the "deadline“  she had set for herself, ultimately because he seemed to be able to offer security and love to her. Urbino is a doctor in medicine committed to the eradication of __________and to the promotion of public works.  X’s main notion is that lovesickness is a literal illness,  a disease comparable to _________.Ariza suffers from this just as he might suffer from any malady  In the film Serendipity, this novel is the one of which Jonathan must find a copy in order to retrieve Sara's phone number. 371
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284. 284. 376  the king did not wake Talia from the sleep with a kiss, but raped her.  One of her kids sucked on her finger and removed the flax from her finger.
285. 285.  In 1939, Breton coined the derogatory nickname "Avida Dollars", an anagram for X-Y which may be translated as "eager for dollars".  This was a derisive reference to the increasing commercialization of X's work, and the perception that X sought self-aggrandizement through fame and fortune.
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287. 287.  Qn)  “X:a Novel without a Hero” is a novel by William Makepeace Thackeray that satirizes society in early 19th-century England.  The term "X" originates from the allegorical story ‘The Pilgrim's Progress, published in 1678 by John Bunyan where there is a town fair held in a village called X
288. 288.  The name of which very globally popular edible product translated means 'twice cooked'?
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290. 290.  Bi-Cycle means two wheels
291. 291.  Qn)  The ______-______ ,technically Anagallis arvensis; also known as the , poorman's barometer, shepherd's weather glass, or shepherd's clock is a low-growing, annual plant , growing in Europe, Asia and North America. The barometer (weather glass) common names have their origin in the fact that the flowers close when atmospheric pressure decreases and bad weather is approaching.  It is most well known for being the emblem of the fictional hero The ____ ____.
292. 292.  A whiskey maker in 1890 used X’s likeness to showcase an entirely different kind of holiday cheer.  Once Prohibition ended, the chain- smoking X quickly became the go-to guy for alcohol ads, appearing in posters for Miller Beer, Jack Daniel's, Ballantine Ale, Rheingold Beer, Schlitz, Schenley, Oretel's Lager Beer, Chivas Regal Scotch, Fort Pitt Pale Ale, Mount Whitney Beer and Four Roses.
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301. 301.  On paper
302. 302. Happy Valentine's Day - February 14, 2009
303. 303. Marc Chagall's Birthday - July 7, 2008 - Marc
304. 304. Diego Velázquez's Birthday - June 6, 2008
305. 305.  The other picture is of martian canals as speculated by Percival Lowell
306. 306. Happy Valentine's Day - February 14, 2009
307. 307. Marc Chagall's Birthday - July 7, 2008 - Marc
308. 308. Diego Velázquez's Birthday - June 6, 2008