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At The Battle of Agincourt in 1415 AD, the French,
who were overwhelmingly favored to win the
battle, threatened to do something to all
captured English soldiers so that they could never
fight again. The English won in a major upset and
waved something at the French in defiance. This
mostly urban legend is supposed to be the origin
of what practice?
The finger, the middle finger, the highway salute, the
Bronx salute, the one- finger salute, the bird (as in
giving, flipping, or flying the bird), or flipping off
The French proposed to cut off the middle finger
without which it is impossible to draw the English
• This famous weapon was made of the native
English yew tree, and so the act of drawing the
longbow was known as "plucking yew".
• Thus, when the victorious English waved their
middle fingers at the defeated French, they said,
"See, we can still pluck yew! PLUCK YEW!“
Since "pluck yew" is rather difficult to say it has
gradually changed to F*** You !
The X as it has been legally called since 1993 is a
mandatory conformity mark for products placed on
market in the European Economic Area (EEA). The X
is a key
indicator of a product's compliance with EU
enables the free movement of products within the
Legally, the X is not a quality mark. But, depending
applicable directive, the X can actually be
considered to be
a quality mark.
What is X ??
Range: Population concentrated in rainforest regions, but
outlying clans have been detected on other continents.
Anatomy: Smooth skin is iridescent, cyan colour. Long,
prehensile tail. Skull is proportionately small, high cheekbones,
feline ears. Bioluminescent markings for identification, mood
display. Despite skin colour, red blood.
Feeding ecology: Omnivore, hunter and gatherer with
incipient agriculture, including brewing.
Size: Average male is 3 metres tall, females slightly smaller.
Note: Generally peaceful, but ferocious in defense of home,
clan and family.
Robert Cade, Dana Shires, Harry James Free, and
Alejandro de Quesada were the medical researchers
at the University of Florida who created the original X in
1965. The Florida ___ football coach, Ray Graves, was
frustrated with the performance of his players during
the hot summer football practices, and asked the team
doctor, one of Cade‟s associates, for his insight.
Cade and his research team came across the unique
mix of water, sodium, sugar, potassium, phosphate and
lemon juice that is now known as X in honour of the
football team. The football team credited X with their 1st
Orange Bowl win in 1967, and X became an instant
The Lower Keys Marsh Rabbit, is an endangered
species of the Marsh Rabbit, found in the marshes
and swamps of coastal regions of
the Eastern and Southern United
States, It is a strong swimmer and
found only near regions of water.
The scientific name of this specie
“Sylvilagus palustris ___X___” has been aptly named
after a famous media personality.
Hugh Hefner. The specie Name is Sylvilagus palustris
This European company was company was busy manufacturing
forest products like paper in the initial 130 years of existence. They
expanded to manufacturing of television in the 1980‟s, but lost a
lot of money. It then ventured into the computer field which led
to a total burn out forcing the CEO to take away his life.
During Russian recession of early 90‟s, it underwent a big slump
and was on the verge of termination when the new CEO
decided to concentrate on just one sector they are now
This is the episode listing of which television series?
Daughters are precious
Break the silence
Marriage or Marketplace
Every life is precious
Intolerance to love
People with disabilities
Danger at home
Poison on your plate?
This Before you drink
Dignity for all
Sunset years, Sunshine life
Every drop counts
Idea of India
This character started out as a secondary antagonist and comic
relief in the first film, and later become the supporting protagonist in
the film's sequels and TV series.
He is easily frustrated and openly vocalizes his frustrations, and avoids
direct confrontations if he can help it, but when required, he can be
quite cunning and mischievous.
X is also known for his notorious greed of treasure and gold, for which
he will go to outlandish lengths to acquire, usually dragging along
“Y” to help him, but “Y's” incompetence always costs him. "X" is often
put in situations of deciding between saving his own tailfeathers or
doing the right thing. His guilt always leads him to do the latter,
usually costing him some form of reward or riches, for which he
always berates himself afterward.
An epic line of his, "I think I'm gonna have a heart attack and die
from not surprise! "
Which (in)famous group?
The leader in the group, is short but has the word
BIG in his name
The foodie in the group, especially hamburgers
The second strongest in the group,
Silly grin and loose fitting clothes. Least intelligent
Largest of the group and strongest too.
Jazz styles outfit, beatnik member of the group
Youngest of the group, , short but a manly voice.
I think X would be very gifted in Occlumency, unlike Harry. Harry‟s
problem with it was always that his emotions were too near the
surface and that he is in some ways too damaged. But he's also
very in touch with his feelings about what's happened to him.
He's not repressed, he's quite honest about facing them, and he
couldn't suppress them, he couldn't suppress these memories. But
I thought of X as someone who is very capable of
compartmentalizing his life and his emotions, and always has
done. So he's shut down his pity. So he suppresses virtually all of
the good side of himself. But then he's playing with the big
boys, as the phrase has it, and suddenly, having talked the talk
he's asked to walk it for the first time and it is absolutely terrifying.
And I think that that is an accurate depiction of how some
people fall into that kind of way of life and they realize what
they're in for. I felt sorry for X. Well, I‟ve always known this was
coming for X, obviously, however nasty he was.
X, also known as the Battle Over Little Whinging, or the Flight
from Little Whinging, was an aerial battle of the Second
Wizarding War that took place above the Muggle area of
Little Whinging. The battle occurred on 27 July, 1997, when
several members of the Order of the Phoenix were ambushed
by Death Eaters while removing Harry Potter from the home of
his relatives. The Order managed to get Harry to safety, but
suffered the loss of their leader, Alastor Moody, and Harry's
owl, Hedwig, in the process. George Weasley also lost an ear
because of a curse sent by Severus Snape, who originally sent
his Sectumsempra curse at a Death Eater's wand arm. This war
was a result of Snape‟s semi-betrayal of the Order wherein he
informs Voldemort about the removal of Harry. However the
name of the battle is derived from the plan that Snape
hatched and shared with the Order in order to save Harry
and ensure his safe passage.
The partners of the Triwizard Cup finalists in Yule Ball
Govardhan X (born 1 January 1941), popularly
known simply as X, is an Indian actor and director
whose Bollywood career has spanned five decades.
In Hindi films he played comedians role from the
1966-2012 and played supporting actor as the close
friend of the lead hero from 1972-1994. He also
directed 6 films from 1974-1997. X has acted in 350
Hindi films from 1966-2012 and also appeared in 50
Who‟s X ?
Many of you know almost every dialogue of this
movie by heart. So I am making this question a bit
Clue 1: Sets from the film Dark City (1998),
including rooftops, buildings and others exteriors
sets, were used in this film, especially during the
very first scene.
Clue 2: The name of the company for which the
main protagonist works, “Metacortex”, literally
translates to "transcending the boundaries of the
brain," which is precisely what he proceeds to do.
Mark Hughes ”I'm sure the referee will go
home to his wife and boast about
sending off “X”. I don't think any other
player would have been sent off. It was
not a bad foul. All the players are upset.”
Sunny Gavaskar-“When you had lost half of your
side with less than 20 runs on the board, obviously
it was not looking good. But this gentleman went
out and played his innings...Best innings I had seen
in limited overs international.“
“If I had a video of the match I would show it to
every youngster on how to build an ODI innings
Kapil Dev 175 against Zimbabwe in 1983 world
The match was not covered as there was a strike
by the BBC workers
Voice Input Child Identicant
Runs on atomic power
Has an AC outlet to its right
An RS-232 serial port to the left.
Made by a scientist of United Robotronics, in an
effort to assist handicapped children.
How do we better know?
Which famous series?
The Merchant and the Genie
The Old Man and the Black Dogs
The Old Man and the Goat
The Greek King and the Physician Douban
_________and the Wonderful pela Lamp
1. The Biscione („large
grass snake‟) is a heraldic
charge showing a
serpent in the act of
human, usually a child
described as a Moor.
Also seen on the coat of
arms of the city of
Milan, the Biscione is a
part of the logo of which
automobile giant ?
2. X is an Italian manufacturer of luxury sportscars
which is owned by the German Volkswagen Group.
X's production facility and headquarters are located
in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. In 2011, X's 831
employees produced 1,711 vehicles.
Manufacturing magnate Ferruccio X founded X in
1963 with the objective of producing a refined grand
touring car to compete with offerings from other
established companies. The company's first models
were released in the mid-1960s and were noted for
their refinement, power and comfort. X gained wide
acclaim in 1966 for the Miura sports coupé, which
established rear mid-engine, rear wheel drive as the
standard layout for high-performance cars of the era.
Which company ?
This tractor is one of the
company‟s early productions.
In 1944, scientists at the radiation laboratory in MIT
developed a radar that could detect a tower at a
distance of ten kms. But when humidity increased
the system went bonk. The reason behind this was
that they had accidentally stumbled on to a radar
tuned to the natural frequency of water vapour!! This
in turn laid the foundation for the discovery of what
common kitchen item?
Various trees are claimed to be __X__ tree which
__Y__ describes. The King's School, Grantham, claims
that the tree was purchased by the school, uprooted
and transported to the headmaster's garden some
years later. The staff of the [now] National Trustowned Woolsthorpe Manor dispute this, and claim
that a tree present in their gardens is the one
described by __Y__. A descendant of the original
tree can be seen growing outside the main gate of
Trinity College, Cambridge, below the room __Y__
lived in when he studied there.
He takes his name from A Clark Gable Movie. In
Swahili His name Means : Passion. His Den was
based on “Dr. No‟s” Hideout. His Characterization
also had hints of Hitler, as his minions “Hail” him …
Whom are we talking about ?
This term was first used in speech in 1873 and first
used in print in 1876, in Putnam‟s magazine. One
of the earliest books to use the word was „The
Home and Farm Manual‟, written by Jonathan
Periam in 1883. In that work, Periam used the term
several times to denote an ill-bred and
ignorant, but ostentatious man from the city.
The term is generally used to denote an
individual, typically male, particularly somebody
well dressed or who has never lived outside a big
Which word ?
The typical through the clues.
+30/-20 for 1st clue
+20/-10 for 2nd clue
+10/0 for 3rd clue
There is no portrait of X, but an old chronicle
describes him, saying "His face is broad, and
resembles the moon in its full phase. No one is
capable of staring at his face."
After losing to X, the opposition commander-in-chief
wrote, "Glory to the king! Glory to the counselors!
Glory to the commanders! Glory to the country!
One single individual leads all the forces! Even I Ram
Singh, being personally on the spot, have not been
able to find any loophole and an opportunity!“
24th November is celebrated to commemorate the
heroism of X.
The best passing out cadet of National Defence
Academy is conferred the X medal named after X.
X was a commander and Borphukan in the
Ahom kingdom known for his leadership in
the 1671 Battle of Saraighat that thwarted a
drawn-out attempt by Mughal forces under
the command of Ramsingh I to take back
Kamrup. He died about a year later due to
X has a thorough knowledge
of Ayurveda and political science. A salt
water formation in Tibet, high up
in Himalayas located right next to freshwater lake Manasarovar is considered to be
the place of severe penance tapasya by X.
He has knowledge of the six Shastras as well as his
knowledge of the four Vedas completing ten Holy
Scriptures in all.
X was known for his virility and his aggressive
conquests of women but he had only one wife.
Hiranyakashipu „re-incarnated as‟ X „re-incarnated
X is described as a devout follower of the
god Shiva in addition to his tribe's religious
beliefs, a great scholar, a capable ruler and
a maestro of the Veena.
X was born to a great sage Vishrava (or
Vesamuni), and his wife, the daitya princess