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  1. 1. • A is rated as one of the world’s most admired company. Based in Ohio, it is a consumer goods company that used to sell food and beverage products too.• B has a licensing agreement with A. In 2009, C was by far its largest segment. Orange, Selection and Green are some of its other segments
  2. 2. • C light, sometimes incorrectly called D light, is light of short wavelength that causes many objects to fluoresce, while itself remaining unseen• Johann Wilhelm Ritter, a friend of E called them oxidising rays after observing that they darkened silver chloride soaked paper. E’s brother became the Danish Prime Minister
  3. 3. • Ritter’s ideas inspired E to combine two fields of physics. Educators often use the right and left hand when teaching relations between the two.• E is also credited to be the first to produce F in its elemental form.• Theoretically, F is 100% recyclable. F is used in G’s. As the speed of G increases, it causes many components to switch regardless of whether they’re being used or not. One solution is clock gating, used in the IBM power PC based H.
  4. 4. • H was sold out completely on the day of its release in all markets except Japan. I, a flagship product manufactured by a Japanese MNC was its main competitor.• I was called ‘Revolution’ during its product development. J expressed fear that the name I gave a sense of ‘kiddiness’ to the product.
  5. 5. • K is a singer who mentioned in a song that he wanted to be on J, smiling next to Oprah and the Queen.• His second name is the name of a product which is labelled as a candy bar in Canada because it doesn’t contain enough chocolate as per Canadian standards.
  6. 6. • It has been observed that the price of said product correlates with the change in value of the pound sterling, much like the L index is used as an indicator of PPP.• M is another unconventional unit used in the online space. M (the person) currently has 4 M’s on N.
  7. 7. • N users most recently saw a ‘Fail whale’ on July 26, 2012.• N is based on an opensource web application framework for a programming language O, which predates the framework by more than a decade.
  8. 8. • O is a variety of corundum. Verneuill process was the first commercially successful method of producing O.• The Linde Air Products division of P used the Verneuill process until 1974. P produces chemicals and polymers that undergo other processes in various industries before reaching consumers.• P was involved in one of India’s worst industrial disasters• Q, which owns P is known as the chemical companies’ chemical company
  9. 9. • Despite protests which forced other companies to discontinue producing Napalm, Q continued its production till 1969, becoming its sole producer.• R is Q’s trademark brand of closed-cell extruded polystyrene foam. Owing to environmental issues, R is largely being replaced by paper.
  10. 10. • Another type of foam, known as S foam is a plyurethane produced by T, which is not a chemical company.• T built U, which is one its of the four great observatories. The launch of U was delayed significantly and it cost T around $6 million per month.
  11. 11. • Another ‘great observatory’ detects light in the V electromagnetic spectrum and was named after W, who won a Nobel prize for his study on dwarfs.• His uncle , X, won a Nobel Prize too. Along with Nagendra Nath, X provided the correct theoretical explanation for light scattering by sound waves.
  12. 12. • His explanation has enabled optical communication based on Y systems. Y’s are known for their high degree of coherence, both temporal and spatial• Y has applications in the Z industry. The word Z comes from a Geek word which means "skilled in ordering or arranging”. One of the largest Z companies was founded by Eugene Schueller
  13. 13. • A produces Z’s under different brand names.• A produced and sponsored the first radio soap operas in the 1930s. In fact, it is believed that the term ‘soap opera’ originated because A primarily produced detergents at the time.
  14. 14. • A is rated as one of the world’s most admired company. Based in Ohio, it is a consumer goods company that used to sell food and beverage products too.• B has a licensing agreement with A. In 2009, C was by far its largest segment. Orange, Selection and Green are some of its other segments
  15. 15. • C light, sometimes incorrectly called D light, is light of short wavelength that causes many objects to fluoresce, while itself remaining unseen• Johann Wilhelm Ritter, a friend of E called them oxidising rays after observing that they darkened silver chloride soaked paper. E’s brother became the Danish Prime Minister
  16. 16. • Ritter’s ideas inspired E to combine two fields of physics. Educators often use the right and left hand when teaching relations between the two.• E is also credited to be the first to produce F in its elemental form.• Theoretically, F is 100% recyclable. F is used in G’s. As the speed of G increases, it causes many components to switch regardless of whether they’re being used or not. One solution is clock gating, used in the IBM power PC based H.
  17. 17. • H was sold out completely on the day of its release in all markets except Japan. I, a flagship product manufactured by a Japanese MNC was its main competitor.• I was called ‘Revolution’ during its product development. J expressed fear that the name I gave a sense of ‘kiddiness’ to the product.
  18. 18. • K is a singer who mentioned in a song that he wanted to be on J, smiling next to Oprah and the Queen.• His second name is the name of a product which is labelled as a candy bar in Canada because it doesn’t contain enough chocolate as per Canadian standards.
  19. 19. • It has been observed that the price of said product correlates with the change in value of the pound sterling, much like the L index is used as an indicator of PPP.• M is another unconventional unit used in the online space. M (the person) currently has 4 M’s on N.
  20. 20. • N users most recently saw a ‘Fail whale’ on July 26, 2012.• N is based on an opensource web application framework for a programming language O, which predates the framework by more than a decade.
  21. 21. • O is a variety of corundum. Verneuill process was the first commercially successful method of producing O.• The Linde Air Products division of P used the Verneuill process until 1974. P produces chemicals and polymers that undergo other processes in various industries before reaching consumers.• P was involved in one of India’s worst industrial disasters• Q, which owns P is known as the chemical companies’ chemical company
  22. 22. • Despite protests which forced other companies to discontinue producing Napalm, Q continued its production till 1969, becoming its sole producer.• R is Q’s trademark brand of closed-cell extruded polystyrene foam. Owing to environmental issues, R is largely being replaced by paper.
  23. 23. • Another type of foam, known as S foam is a plyurethane produced by T, which is not a chemical company.• T built U, which is one its of the four great observatories. The launch of U was delayed significantly and it cost T around $6 million per month.
  24. 24. • Another ‘great observatory’ detects light in the V electromagnetic spectrum and was named after W, who won a Nobel prize for his study on dwarfs.• His uncle , X, won a Nobel Prize too. Along with Nagendra Nath, X provided the correct theoretical explanation for light scattering by sound waves.
  25. 25. • His explanation has enabled optical communication based on Y systems. Y’s are known for their high degree of coherence, both temporal and spatial• Y has applications in the Z industry. The word Z comes from a Geek word which means "skilled in ordering or arranging”. One of the largest Z companies was founded by Eugene Schueller
  26. 26. • A produces Z’s under different brand names.• A produced and sponsored the first radio soap operas in the 1930s. In fact, it is believed that the term ‘soap opera’ originated because A primarily produced detergents at the time.
  27. 27. Answers
  28. 28. • A is rated as one of the world’s most admired company. Based in Ohio, it is a consumer goods company that used to sell food and beverage products too.• B has a licensing agreement with A. In 2009, C was by far its largest segment. Orange, Selection and Green are some of its other segments
  29. 29. • P&G (A) is rated as one of the world’s most admired company. Based in Ohio, it is a consumer goods company that used to sell food and beverage products too.• Hugo Boss(B) has a licensing agreement with P&G. In 2009, Black(C) was by far its largest segment. Orange, Selection and Green are some of its other segments
  30. 30. • C light, sometimes incorrectly called D light, is light of short wavelength that causes many objects to fluoresce, while itself remaining unseen• Johann Wilhelm Ritter, a friend of E called them oxidising rays after observing that they darkened silver chloride soaked paper. E’s brother became the Danish Prime Minister
  31. 31. • Black(C) light, sometimes incorrectly called UV (D) light, is light of short wavelength that causes many objects to fluoresce, while itself remaining unseen• Johann Wilhelm Ritter, a friend of (E) Oersted called them oxidising rays after observing that they darkened silver chloride soaked paper. Oersted’s brother became the Danish Prime Minister
  32. 32. • Ritter’s ideas inspired E to combine two fields of physics. Educators often use the right and left hand when teaching relations between the two.• E is also credited to be the first to produce F in its elemental form.• Theoretically, F is 100% recyclable. F is used in G’s. As the speed of G increases, it causes many components to switch regardless of whether they’re being used or not. One solution is clock gating, used in the IBM power PC based H.
  33. 33. • Ritter’s ideas inspired Oersted to combine two fields of physics. Educators often use the right and left hand when teaching relations between the two.• Oersted is also credited to be the first to produce Aluminium(F) in its elemental form.• Theoretically, Aluminium is 100% recyclable. It is used in CPUs(G). As the speed of a CPU increases, it causes many components to switch regardless of whether they’re being used or not. One solution is clock gating, used in the IBM power PC based XBox 360(H).
  34. 34. • H was sold out completely on the day of its release in all markets except Japan. I, a flagship product manufactured by a Japanese MNC was its main competitor.• I was called ‘Revolution’ during its product development. J expressed fear that the name I gave a sense of ‘kiddiness’ to the product.
  35. 35. • XBox was sold out completely on the day of its release in all markets except Japan. Nintendo Wii (I), a flagship product manufactured by a Japanese MNC was its main competitor.• It was called ‘Revolution’ during its product development. Forbes(J) expressed fear that the name I gave a sense of ‘kiddiness’ to the product.
  36. 36. • K Mars is a singer who mentioned in a song that he wanted to be on Forbes, smiling next to Oprah and the Queen.• His second name is the name of a product which is labelled as a candy bar in Canada because it doesn’t contain enough chocolate as per Canadian standards.
  37. 37. • (K)Bruno Mars is a singer who mentioned in a song that he wanted to be on Forbes, smiling next to Oprah and the Queen.• His second name is the name of a product which is labelled as a candy bar in Canada because it doesn’t contain enough chocolate as per Canadian standards.
  38. 38. • It has been observed that the price of said product correlates with the change in value of the pound sterling, much like the L index is used as an indicator of PPP.• M is another unconventional unit used in the online space. M (the person) currently has 4 M’s on N.
  39. 39. • It has been observed that the price of said product correlates with the change in value of the pound sterling, much like the Big Mac(L) index is used as an indicator of PPP.• Wheaton(M) is another unconventional unit used in the online space. Wheaton (the person) currently has 4 Wheatons on Twitter(N).
  40. 40. • Twitter users most recently saw a ‘Fail whale’ on July 26, 2012.• Twitter is based on an opensource web application framework for a programming language O, which predates the framework by more than a decade.
  41. 41. • Twitter users most recently saw a ‘Fail whale’ on July 26, 2012.• Twitter is based on an opensource web application framework for a programming language Ruby(O), which predates the framework by more than a decade.
  42. 42. • Ruby is a variety of corundum. Verneuill process was the first commercially successful method of producing Ruby.• The Linde Air Products division of P used the Verneuill process until 1974. P produces chemicals and polymers that undergo other processes in various industries before reaching consumers.• Q, which owns P is known as the chemical companies’ chemical company
  43. 43. • Ruby is a variety of corundum. Verneuill process was the first commercially successful method of producing Ruby.• The Linde Air Products division of Union Carbide(P) used the Verneuill process until 1974. It produces chemicals and polymers that undergo other processes in various industries before reaching consumers.• Union Carbide was involved in one of India’s worst industrial disasters• Dow Chemicals(Q), which owns Union Carbide is known as the chemical companies’ chemical company
  44. 44. • Despite protests which forced other companies to discontinue producing Napalm, Dow Chemical continued its production till 1969, becoming its sole producer.• R is Dow’s trademark brand of closed-cell extruded polystyrene foam. Owing to environmental issues, R is largely being replaced by paper.
  45. 45. • Despite protests which forced other companies to discontinue producing Napalm, Dow Chemical continued its production till 1969, becoming its sole producer.• Styrofoam(R) is Dow’s trademark brand of closed-cell extruded polystyrene foam. Owing to environmental issues, Styrofoam is largely being replaced by paper.
  46. 46. • Another type of foam, known as S foam is a plyurethane produced by T, which is not a chemical company.• T built U, which is one its of the four great observatories. The launch of U was delayed significantly and it cost T around $6 million per month.
  47. 47. • Another type of foam, known as memory (S) foam is a plyurethane produced by NASA (T), which is not a chemical company.• NASA built Hubble Telescope (U), which is one its of the four great observatories. The launch of the Hubble was delayed significantly and it cost NASA around $6 million per month.
  48. 48. • Another ‘great observatory’ detects light in the V electromagnetic spectrum and was named after W, who won a Nobel prize for his study on dwarfs.• His uncle , X, won a Nobel Prize too. Along with Nagendra Nath, X provided the correct theoretical explanation for light scattering by sound waves.
  49. 49. • Another ‘great observatory’ detects light in the X-Ray(V) electromagnetic spectrum and was named after Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (W), who won a Nobel prize for his study on dwarfs.• His uncle , C V Raman (X), won a Nobel Prize too. Along with Nagendra Nath, Raman provided the correct theoretical explanation for light scattering by sound waves.
  50. 50. • His explanation has enabled optical communication based on Y systems. Y’s are known for their high degree of coherence, both temporal and spatial• Y has applications in the Z industry. The word Z comes from a Geek word which means "skilled in ordering or arranging”. One of the largest Z companies was founded by Eugene Schueller
  51. 51. • His explanation has enabled optical communication based on LASER (Y) systems. LASERs are known for their high degree of coherence, both temporal and spatial• LASER has applications in the cosmetics (Z) industry. The word Cosmetic comes from a Geek word which means "skilled in ordering or arranging”. One of the largest Cosmetic companies was founded by Eugene Schueller
  52. 52. • A produces Cosmetics under different brand names.• A produced and sponsored the first radio soap operas in the 1930s. In fact, it is believed that the term ‘soap opera’ originated because A primarily produced detergents at the time.
  53. 53. • P&G (A) produces Cosmetics (Z) under different brand names.• P&G produced and sponsored the first radio soap operas in the 1930s. In fact, it is believed that the term ‘soap opera’ originated because P&G primarily produced detergents at the time.

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