• Godwins Law is an assertion made by Mike godwin in
1990 that has become an internet adage. It states: As
an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a
comparison involving X approaches. In other
words, Godwin said that , given enough time, in any
online discussion-regardless of topic or scope-someone
inevitably makes a comparison to X.
• There is a tradition that in many newsgroups and other
internet discussion that once such a comparison is
made, the thread is finished and whoever mention X
has automatically lost whatever debate was in
• Only wicketkeepers to take wickets in ODI.
• Devon Thomas
• X is a boxing style where the hands are placed in
front of the boxer's face. It offers extra protection
to the face and makes it easier to jab the
opponent's face. X boxing was developed by
legendary trainer Cus D'Amato.
• X boxing utilizes relaxed hands with the forearms
in front of the face and the fist at nose-eye level.
Other unique features include side to side head
movements, bobbing, weaving and blind siding
• Mike Tyson was an expert in this style.
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• "I didn't know that until I went to the
temple, where the High Priest asked me what
my name was, and I said, ‘X ' And he looked
me in my eyes and said, 'No more. You are the
light; you are the Y .' From that moment
on, it's like I had started to understand why I
• X and Y
The chick’s name is Karima El Mahroug nicknamed “Ruby Heart
Stealer” Why is she in the news recently?
• On June 24, 2013, Silvio Berlusconi was found guilty of paying her, underage
prostitute for sex, and of abusing his powers in an ensuing cover up. He was
sentenced to seven years in jail, and banned from public office for life.
• X was founded in 1884.X initially produced locomotives
and railway carriages. In WW1, the company focused
on aircraft and in WW2 the company produced bomber
aircraft. Due to its failure in these fields,the son of the
founder decided to leave aeronautical field.
• Aeronautical engineer Corradio D'ascanio was asked to
create a simple, robust and affordable vehicle. The
vehicle had to be easy to drive for both men and
women. Thus in 1946, X launched Y and within ten
years over a million units had been produced.
• Gimme X and Y.
• X is an Austrian village in the municipality of Tarsdof in
the Innviertel region of western Upper Austria. The village is 33
kilometres (21 mi) north of Salzburg, 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of
the German border.
• Despite having a population of only 104, the village has become
famous for its name in the English-speaking world. Its road signs are
a popular visitor attraction, and were often stolen by souvenir-
hunting tourists until 2005, when they were modified to be theft-
• The village is especially popular with British tourists; as a local tour
guide explained: "The Germans all want to see Mozart's house in
Salzburg; the Americans want to see where The Sound of Music was
filmed; the Japanese want Hitler's birthplace in Braunau; but for the
British, it's all about X "
• X , jointly with Julian Schwinger and Sin-Itiro Tomonga
, received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965.
• X took up drawing at one time and enjoyed some success
under the pseudonym, "Ofey", culminating in an exhibition
of his work. He learned to play a metal percussion
instrument (frigideira) in a sambaa style in Brazil, and
participated in a samba school.
• In addition, he had some degree of synesthesia for
equations, explaining that the letters in certain
mathematical functions appeared in color for him, even
though invariably printed in standard black-and-white
• X was featured in the “Think Different” campaign by Apple.
• X an adage that states that "If you write anything
criticizing editing or proofreading, there will be a fault of some kind
in what you have written." The name is a deliberate misspelling of Y.
• John Bangsund of the Society of Editors (Victoria) in Australia
identified X as "the editorial application of the better-known Y” and
set it down in 1992 in the Society of Editors Newsletter
• X also dictates that, if a mistake is as plain as the nose on your
face, everyone can see it but you. Your readers will always notice
errors in a title, in headings, in the first paragraph of anything, and
in the top lines of a new page. These are the very places where
authors, editors and proofreaders are most likely to make mistakes.
• Enough Said.
• Gimme Y.
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• On July 31, 1999, some of X’s ashes were carried to the Moon by
the Lunar Prospector space probe in a capsule, becoming (till date)
the only person whose ashes have been buried on the Moon.
• .The brass foil wrapping of his memorial capsule is inscribed with
images of Comet Hale–Bopp, the Barringer Crater, and a quotation
from the work Y reading:
• “And, when he shall die
• Take him and cut him out in little stars
• And he will make the face of heaven so fine
• That all the world will be in love with night
• And pay no worship to the garish sun”
• Who, and where is the quotation from?
• X is a word used by Y to accompany his jokes
and pranks. Y's ability to surprise people with
jokes is rooted by his apparent inability to
recognize sarcasm and his inability to
recognize when he is being too harsh in
certain social situations. This leads to a natural
assumption that he will always be blunt or
harsh, but because of this assumption, he is
able to easily interject pranks or jokes into
• In 1973 it was originally just a weekend roadside stall on the Portobello
Road Market located in west London established by three brothers: Nitin
Shah, Arun Shah and Milan Shah. Nitin and his two brothers later started
their own company Sholemay Ltd trading, as X. The brand was named
“X", because it was a short word that could be written without much
• The company is controlled by the group Torreal, investment company of
the Spanish entrepreneur Juan Abelló.
• The relatively high viscosity and pseudoplastic nature of Y can
make pouring it from a glass bottle somewhat difficult and
unpredictable. According to the X trivia website Y exits the
bottle at a speed of 0.0450 kilometres per hour (0.0125 m/s;
• The website also notes that hitting the "57" mark on a glass X
bottle makes the Y pour out more quickly and easily. The New
York Times also notes that X placed the "57" mark on that
particular spot of the bottle as the best place for consumers
to hit for the Y to pour smoothly
• The X website claims that only 11% of consumers know this
• X was established by Mukesh Bansal, Ashutosh Lawania, and Vineet
Saxena in February 2007. All three are IIT alumni, and have worked
for several start-ups.
• From 2007 to December 2010, X was in the business of online
demand personalization.The products ranged from T-
shirts, mugs, greeting cards, calendars, key chains, diaries, wine
• X also stocks T-shirts for men and women from popular brands like
Jealous 21, Forever New, Classic
Polo, Inkfruit, Lee, Nike, Inc., Probase, Puma, Adidas, Reebok, Ed
Hardy, Decathlon, Lotto, Ediots, Mr. Men, Tantra and Guerilla. The
website has also launched Being Human and Fastrack watches.
• X in Wikipedia is the process of resolving the
conflicts that arise when a single term
is ambiguous—when it refers to more than
one topic covered by Wikipedia articles. For
example, the word "Mercury" can refer to an
element, a planet, a Roman god, and many
• The X refers to a specific effect of a catastrophic kill on
a tank or other turreted armored vehicle in which
an ammunition explosion causes the tank's turret to be
violently blown off the chassis and into the air.
• While relatively uncommon, it is a very visually iconic
image of the complete destruction of a tank, and is
thus seen often in movies, TV, and video games.
• X is a children's toy that outwardly consists of a box
with a crank. When the crank is turned, it plays
a melody, often "Pop Goes the Weasel”.
• This term was used by the Romans to refer to
the Roman province covering much of the
island of Great Britain. The name itself derives
from Diodorus’s rendering of the indigenous
name for the Pretani people whom the Greeks
believed to inhabit the British isles. How do
we better know this term in the world of
• Lutz Long
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• Franz jonas
• Lawrence Lemieux
• Raymond Gafner
• Spencer Eccles
• Tana Umaga
• Vanderlei Cordeiro De lima
• Elena NovikoaBelova
• Shaul Ladany
• Petar Cupac
• Ivan Bulaja
• Pavle Kostov
• Ronald Harvey
• X is a variety of bowling popular in parts of Europe, Australia and
the United States. It is the precursor of modern day versions like
ten-pin bowling and five-pin bowling. The objective of the game is
to use the ball to knock over the Xs, either specific ones or all of
them, depending upon the variant of Xs. The game is traditionally
played on a lawn, but can also be played indoors in a bowling alley
• X is a brand of fruit-flavoured sweets, currently produced and
marketed by the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company, a division
of Mars, Inc. They have hard sugar shells which carry the letter S.
The inside is mainly sugar, corn syrup, and hydrogenated palm
kernel oil along with fruit juice, citric acid, and natural and artificial
• Image of the game in the next slide.
• Each year an average of 200 nominations are submitted to the X
commitee. Anyone, including fans, can nominate anyone active in
the field of entertainment as long as the nominee or his or her
management approves the nomination. At a meeting each June, the
committee selects approximately 20 celebrities,including a
posthumous selection.. Living recipients must agree to personally
attend a presentation ceremony within five years of selection. A
relative of deceased recipients must attend posthumous
• Some, such as Julia Robert and Clint Eastwood,have declined to
participate; nominations cannot proceed without the nominee's
consent. Others, such as George Clooney and John Denver, were
nominated but would not agree to the mandatory personal
appearance at the presentation ceremony.
• The X is an extremely rare intestinal condition
in humans resulting from eating hair
(trichophagia). The syndrome is named after
X in the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm.
Trichophagia is sometimes associated with the
hair-pulling disorder trichotillomania.
• X was the first actor to receive a posthumous Academy
Award nomination for Best Actor and remains the only
actor to have had two posthumous acting nominations.
In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Dean the
18th best male movie star on their AFI's 100 Years...100
• X enduring fame and popularity rests on his
performances in Rebel Without a Cause,Giant and East
of Eden, these three films, all leading roles. His
premature death in a car crash cemented his legendary
• X is a traditional Marathi folk art form, often with
singing and dancing, widely performed by local or
travelling theatre groups within the state
of Maharashtra India.
• The word has spread to Hindi, Urdu and Marathi, but is
of Persian origin and means "fun" or
"play". Colloquially the word has come to represent
commotion, or any activity or display with bustle and
excitement, sometimes ironically in the sense of "a
tempest in a teacup".
• In the Telugu and Kannada language “X" means funny.
• In the Kiswahili language “X" means show or festival.
• Brian Jones, Alan Wilson, Jimi Hendrix, Janis
Joplin and Jim Morrison died between 1969 and
1971, although a possible connection was not
published. It was not until the death of Kurt
Cobain, about two and a half decades after the last
occurred, that the first idea of X was spread in the
• . An excerpt from a statement that Cobain's
mother, Wendy Fradenburg Cobain O'Connor, made in
the Aberdeen, Washington newspaper The Daily
World — "Now he's gone and joined that stupid club. I
told him not to join that stupid club.”
• This is a unit of fame or hype, derived from X's
dictum "everyone will be world-famous for
fifteen minutes". It represents, naturally, fifteen
minutes of fame. Some multiples are:
• 1 kiloX — famous for 15,000 minutes, or
10.42 days. A sort of metric "nine-day wonder".
• 1 megaX — famous for 15 million minutes, or
• First used by Cullen Murphy in 1997
• The phrase “X" originally described the movement of a ship
on the ocean, but was used by the early twentieth
century, both to describe the spiritual fervor of black
church rituals and as a sexual analogy. Various gospel, blues
and swing recordings used the phrase before it became
used more frequently – but still intermittently – in the
1940s, on recordings and in reviews of what became known
as "rhythm and blues" music aimed at a black audience.
• In 1942, Billboard magazine columnist Maurie
Orodenker started to use the term “X" to describe upbeat
recordings . By 1943, the “X Inn" in South
Merchantville, New Jersey, was established as a music
venue. In 1951,Cleveland, Ohio disc jockey Alan Freed
began playing this music style while popularizing the phrase
to describe it.
• The origins of X are uncertain, but it is beyond
dispute that this once royal sport was
practiced in ancient Egypt and China, where it
was held in legend that the Sun and Moon
played X over the light and darkness. It is also
widely believed the sport was made popular
in Great Britain by Lord Elliott Simpson, in the
• Before you becomes a X, you must take the X's oath, thus:
On my honour I promise that---
• I will do my duty to God and the King.
• I will do my best to help others, whatever it costs me.
• I know the X, and will obey it.
• While taking this oath the X stand, holding his right hand raised
level with his shoulder, palm to the front, thumb resting on the nail
of the digitus minimus (little finger) and the other three fingers
upright, pointing upwards:---
This is the X's salute and secret sign.
• X is used to refer to the land that is unoccupied
or is under dispute between parties that leave it
unoccupied due to fear or uncertainty. The term
was originally used to define a contested territory
or a dumping ground for refuse between
fiefdoms. It is most commonly associated with
the First World War to describe the area of land
between two enemy trench systems to which
neither side wished to move openly or to seize
due to fear of being attacked by the enemy in the
• X is a psychological phenomenon in
which hostages express empathy and sympathy a
nd have positive feelings toward their
captors, sometimes to the point of defending
them. These feelings are generally considered
irrational in light of the danger or risk endured by
the victims, who essentially mistake a lack
of abuse from their captors for an act of
kindness. The FBI's Hostage Barricade Database
System shows that roughly 27% of victims show
evidence of X
• X was born in Hyderabad to a mother and
Christian father. She attended Stanley Girls High
School and Saint Ann's College for Women in
Secunderabad. It was during college that she
entered and won Miss Andhra, a local beauty
• X was a contestant in Big boss and was the first
indian to pose nude for playboy magazine. X plays
the lead role in Kamasutra 3D ,scheduled for
release on september this year.
• Id (pic in the next slide)
• X is a felt hat originally designed for a woman but is now
most commonly worn by men. A few X have names of their
own, including the trilby.
• X is an RPM-based, general purpose collection of
software, including an operating system based on the Linux
kernel, developed by the community-supported X
project and owned by Red Hat. The X Project's mission is to
lead the advancement of free and open source software
and content as a collaborative community.
• X is a 1978 American drama film directed by Billy Wilder.
The screenplay by Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond is based on
a novella by Tom Tryon included in his collection Crowned
Heads, published in 1976. The film stars William
Holden and Marthe Keller
• Free WiFi is available almost
everywhere we go. People are
constantly online, busy with their
electronic gadgets all the time. X
have seen an opportunity to give
people a break. So instead of offering
Free WiFi like every other brand, the
company created a Free No-WiFi Zone.
A big sign with a small WiFi jammer
that blocked all signals within a five
meter radius. People was also
encouraged to read a newspaper, a
real book or have a genuine
• The X Peace Prize originated as a response to the
announcement that Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo had
won the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize the awarding of the
prize to Liu was viewed negatively in China, with some
in the government arguing that Liu did not promote
"international friendship, disarmament, and peace
meetings", the stated goals of the Nobel Peace Prize.
• The X peace is a prize established in 2010 in
the People's Republic of China (PRC) in response to a
proposal by business person Liu Zhiqin on November
17, 2010. The chairman of the committee said that the
award existed to "promote world peace from an
Eastern perspective", and X peace specifically
• X complex is an informal term describing an alleged
type of psychological phenomenon which is said to
exist in persons, usually men, of short stature. It is
characterized by overly-aggressive or domineering
social behaviour, and carries the implication that such
behaviour is compensatory for the subjects' stature.
• The X complex is named after Emperor X .
The conventional wisdom is that X compensated for his
lack of height by seeking power, war and conquest. X
was often seen with his Imperial Guard, which
contributed to the perception of his being short
because the Imperial Guards were above average
Only people to refuse the Oscars.
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• Between 1883 and 1897, X was a British surgeon and a
pioneer of antiseptic surgery. By applying Louis Pasteur's
advances in microbiology, he promoted the idea of sterile
surgery while working at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Lister
successfully introduced carbolic acid (now known
as phenol) to sterilise surgical instruments and to
clean wounds, which led to a reduction in post-operative
infections and made surgery safer for patients.
• Y formulated by Dr. Joseph Lawrence and Jordan Wheat
Lambert in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1879
as surgical antiseptic, it was given to dentists for oral care in
1895 and it was the first over-the-counter mouthwash sold
in the United States, in 1914.
• Y was named after X
• It is possible that X derives from the French
expression for "the egg" because an egg looks
like the number zero. This is similar to the origin
of the term "duck" in cricket, supposedly from
"duck's egg", referring to a batsman who has
been called out without completing a run. “X" is
also said to derive from l'heure "the hour" in
French. A third possibility comes from the Dutch
expression iets voor lof doen, which means to do
something for praise, implying no monetary
• The logo of X is known as Omini, is a silhouette of a
man (left) and woman (right) sitting back to back in the
nude. It was created in 1969 by mere accident. After a
photo shoot for a bathing suit advertisement, a man
and a woman were sitting back-to-back, naked, with
the outlines of their bodies traced by the back
lighting. Symbolizes the mutual support between man
and woman, and their completion. A well-known
phenomenon with the logo is that by covering over the
two figures' heads, it appears to be a woman sitting
with her legs akimbo.
• Id this italian manufacturer of sports accessories.
• Dave Mustaine was originally the lead guitarist for Metallica a year
after they formed in 1981. He stayed a part of the band until 1983
where he was fired from the group due to his drinking, drug
use, violent behavior and personality conflicts with James
Hetfield and Lars Ulrich. Two months after being fired, Mustaine
and bassist Dave Ellefson formed X in Los Angeles. Mustaine later
said, "After getting fired from Metallica, all I remember is that I
wanted blood. Theirs. I wanted to be faster and heavier than them.“
• According to Mustaine, the name X represents the annihilation of
power, while in itself is a corruption of the term X. The band name
came from a pamphlet he found on the floor of the bus he was
on, having been fired from Metallica, which was produced by
Californian senator Alan Cranston, reading: "The arsenal of X can't
be rid no matter what the peace treaties come to."
Rules of X founded by Y
• I will develop myself to the maximum of my potential in all ways.
• I will forget the mistakes of the past and press on to greater achievements.
• I will continually work at developing love, happiness and loyalty in my
• I will look for the good in all people and make them feel worthwhile.
• If I have nothing good to say about a person, I will say nothing.
• I will always be as enthusiastic about the success of others as I am about
• I will maintain an attitude of open-mindedness.
• I will maintain respect for those in authority and demonstrate this respect
at all times.
• I will always remain loyal to my God, my country, family and my friends.
• I will remain highly goal-oriented throughout my life because that positive
attitude helps my family, my country and myself.