The 23 white stars in the canton of the flag represent the 23 islands of
X. The three black stars in the upper right represent the islands that
were disfigured in March 1954 due to nuclear testing. The two black
stars in the lower right corner represent where the natives live now,
Kili Island, 425 miles to the south of X, and Ejit Island. These two stars
are symbolically far away from X's stars on the flag as the islands are in
real life (both in distance and quality of life). The Marshallese
language words on the bottom of the flag, "MEN OTEMJEJ REJ ILO
BEIN ANIJ“, reportedly represent the words spoken in 1946 by the X
leader, Juda, to U.S. Commodore Ben Wyatt when the American went
to X to ask the islanders to give up their islands for the 'good of all
mankind' . They translate as "Everything is in the hands of God.“ The
similarity to the American flag design and the striking isolation of the
3-star group and the 2-star group represent the belief of the islanders
that the Government of the United States still has obligations to their
people, including reparations and resettlement of those who were
exiled. ID X
The exact origin of the phrase XYZ is unknown.
A very popular theory is that Tata Oil Mills Ltd. Co (TOMCO) came up with a detergent
new brand called Y. Hence, their marketing team thought of an ‘amazing idea’. They
decided that trucks would be a superb way to spread awareness about this detergent
brand called Y. Since the brand had a symbol of the Lotus, the Lotus was painted
The other theory dates back to World War II. Petrol was on short supply and trucks
resorted to using kerosene. Kerosene is not the ideal fuel you want to pour in your
tank. It is unstable and there are possibilities of a truck exploding into a ball of fire.
Hence, truck drivers wrote ‘XZ, On Kerosene’ on their trucks. Gradually, it turned to
Give me the phrase.
5* Identify X
X has held many prestigious positions in addition to the post X
is most famous for. X served as the President of the Madras
Chamber of Commerce and Industry from 1996 to 1998 and is a
member of the Executive Committee of Federation of Indian
Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and between 1989
and 1991 also held the title of “Sheriff of Madras”. In addition, X
is also the president of the All India Chess Federation and the
President of the Tamil Nadu Golf Federation.
X’s approach to life has been humorously described as
“Carry a big stick but speak softly”.
6. Mathematical equations describing Injury criterion in which activity?
• Abbreviated injury scale (AIS), Head Injury Criterion (HIC), and symptoms
of head injury, Where t1 and t2 are the initial and final times of the
interval during which the head injury criteria attains a maximum value and
a(t) is the resultant acceleration measured at the centre of gravity of the
Where arel and vrel are the acceleration and velocity of the head’s centre of
gravity relative to the T1 vertebra.
Neck Injury Criterion (NIC) tolerance ~ 15 m2/s.
• It was a common practice for European towns
to have their coat of arms as a rebus or visual
pun of the city’s name. Called Canting Arms,
most of them survive till date.
• (Examples next slide)
• Which city’s Canting Arms has a heraldic bear?
• Princess Beatrice of
York: Beatrice =
Elmbridge: Elm tree
on a bridge (even
though the place
gets its name from
the river Elem.
Eberbach : Eber =
boar; Bach = brook
10*. Exhaustive list. Connect.
• 1999 MacWorld SF: iMacs in colors
1999 Macworld NY: AirPort WiFi
1999 Seybold: "22" Apple Cinema Display
1999 Special Event: iMac DV
1999 Special Event: iMac DV Special Edition
2000 Macworld SF: Aqua User Interface
2000 Macworld SF: "Steve drops the "i" in iCEO
2000 Macworld NY: G4 Cube
2001 Macworld SF: PowerBook G4
2002 Macworld NY: 17-inch iMac G4
2002 Macworld NY: iPod for Windows
2003 Macworld: 12-inch Aluminum PowerBook G4
2003 WWDC: Power Mac G5
2003 Paris Expo: Wireless mouse & Keyboard 2004 Macworld SF: iPod
Mini in color
2004 WWDC: 30" Cinema Display
• 2004 Special Event: Special U2 iPod
2005 Macworld: iPod Shuffle
2005 ___________ Event: TV Shows on iTunes
2006 Macworld: MacBook Pro
2006 "It's ShowTime event": Movies on iTunes Store
2006 "It's ShowTime event": iTV (later renamed Apple TV)
2006 "It's ShowTime event": Live performance by John Legend
2007 WWDC: Safari for Windows
2007 Web App for iPhone
2007 Special Event: iTunes WiFi Music Store
2008 iPhone Software Roadmap event: $100M iFund
2008 Special Event: Aluminum Unibody MacBook
2009 Apple Music Event: iPod Nano with video camera
2010 WWDC: FaceTime
2010 Apple Music Event: Apple TV (2nd gen)
2010 "Back to Mac" event: New MacBook Air
2011 WWDC: iTunes Match
2014 Apple Watch announcement in 2014 by Tim Cook
11. Inexhaustive but definitive list.
• 28 April 2014
• 19 May 2013
• 13 May 2012
• 7 May 2011
• 9 May 2010
• 11 April 2009
• 9 March 2008
• 21 April 2007
• 7 May 2006
• 2 April 2005
• 13 March 2004 (earliest ever)
• There have been 35 such days since 1970. What am I talking about?
12. Identify the material
• In July this year, a tech company called Surry
Nano Systems designed a material by vertically
aligning carbon nanotubes. Here are some
remarks about the same.
• “It is like staring into the kind of black hole found
in outer space.“
• “For example, it reduces stray-light, improving
the ability of sensitive telescopes to see the
faintest stars... Its ultra-low reflectance improves
the sensitivity of terrestrial, space and air-borne
13. How do we now know this word?
• The word X came to be used in English along with
other French fashions. It originally referred to the ____,
French for "cloth", draped over a lady or gentleman's
shoulders while their hair was being dressed, and then
(in both French and English) by extension to the
various elements, and also the whole complex of
operations of hairdressing and body care that centered
at a dressing table.
• After the evolution in English (mostly following French
uses), ____ is to "act or process of dressing" (1680s);
then "a dressing room" (1819) usually with a particular
14. Where have we seen this font in
popular culture? Or what letter?
• The Blackletter typeface was used in the Guthenburg
Bible, one of the first books printed in Europe. This
style of typeface is recognizable by its dramatic thin
and thick strokes, and in some fonts, the elaborate
swirls on the serifs. Blackletter typefaces are based on
early manuscript lettering.
• Variants of blackletter have been used the band
Motorhead, Corona Beer, New York Times and
• One such variant known as Cloister Black was used by
Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata for one particular
17. What is it that he does that we
associate with another person?
• Bryan Berg, an architect, currently holds the
Guiness record for the skyscraper he created
which stood at 7.87m in height.
• His other creations include Hagia Sophia,
Empire State building, Cinderella’s castle and
the Venetian Macau.
• He vastly improved his technique by making it
vertical over the conventional horizontal.
0.5 points for each. Level 2 tie breaker
ID the GoT characters from the medical
2.Stockholm syndrome and Manic depressive disorder
4. Lesion on the Broca’s area of the brain