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Gen quiz( Avensis 2014) finals

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Gen quiz( Avensis 2014) finals

  1. 1.  +10 for direct  +20/-20 on pounce
  2. 2. Keep calm and Old Monk
  3. 3.  Complete this list ?  Pikachu  X  Y  Bulbasaur  Charmander  Squirtle
  4. 4.  X=Caterpie Y=Pidgeotto  Ash’s first 6 pokemon
  5. 5.  Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy
  6. 6. No of holes Length/cm 2 45 3 65 4 75–85 5 85–90 6 100 7 8 120 9 10 130 11 12 150 13 14 180 15 16 200 3. Details of what ?
  7. 7.  Shoe Laces
  8. 8.  Find the Connection between Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland Camp Buckner Military Academy Huis Ten Bosch, The dutch Royal Family Soestdjik Palace, Netherlands NATO air base, Germany Martonvasar Substation, Hungary Mobil Oil Corps, Buffalo USA Taiwan national Security Bureau Headquarters North Korea Sea Brook National Power Station , New York Syracuse Hancock International Station
  9. 9.  Access Denied !!! Places Hidden from google map
  10. 10.  The phrase “X”often used to refer to a willful refusal to acknowledge a particular reality, dates back to a legendary chapter in the career of the British naval hero Horatio Nelson. During 1801’s Battle of Copenhagen, Nelson’s ships were pitted against a large Danish-Norwegian fleet. When his more conservative superior officer flagged for him to withdraw, the one-eyed Nelson supposedly brought his telescope to his bad eye and blithely proclaimed, “I really do not see the signal.” He went on to score a decisive victory. Hence the phrase X came into being.  Give me X
  11. 11.  to turn a blind eye
  12. 12.  Calgary ,Canada X Honolulu, Hawai Minneapolis, USA Kobe , Japan Y Wellington, New Zeland Helinski, Finland Oslo, Norway Frieburg, Germany Q6.Complete the exhaustive list and ID the connect
  13. 13.  X =Adelaide Australia Y=Copenhagen , Denmark  World’s 10 most cleanest cities
  14. 14.  This practice started in the British raj. the first recorded evidence is when in July of 1858, Sir William Hershel, chief magistrate of the Hooghly district in Jungipoor, India implemented it on a whim in his business contract with a local businessman. the idea was to make the contract more binding. This impressed the businessman and Hershel continued this practice in all his negotiations with the locals. The first institution dedicated to this practice started in Kolkata where Azizul Haque and Hem Chandra Bose developed the scientific basis for what started as a superstitious ritual. What practice is it?
  15. 15.  Fingerprinting
  16. 16.  X is a flagship New York store established in 1895 located at 712 Fifth Avenue. Known for its exquisite designs and exotic ranges of products which you can’t probably find at any other place on the planet, it has a mere 29 stores globally yet it is considered to be one of the pioneers in the fashion world. It is also the place where the famous Sugarpova was launched. ID X?
  17. 17.  Henry Bendel
  18. 18.  Complete the exhaustive list and ID the connect   X  Lady Gaga  Steven Spielberg  Beyoncé  Y  Taylor Swift  Bon Jovi  Roger Federer  Justin Bieber  Z
  19. 19.  X=Oprah Winfrey  Y=Madonna  Z=Ellen DeGeneres  Connect- Forbes top 10 most powerful celebrities of 2013 
  20. 20.  X was a fighter pilot in the Royal Air Force. That, however, wasn't his secret profession. He was also an undercover agent for the secret service network British Security Coordination (BSC). He was based in the United States to help further the goal of the BSC, promoting UK interests in the US and countering Nazi propaganda.In order to gain intelligence, X romanced and slept with many high society women.  X was however known for a totally different field.ID X
  21. 21.  Roald Dahl
  22. 22.  X has its origins in the ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain The festival of Samhain is a celebration of the end of the harvest season in Gaelic culture. Samhain was a time used by the ancient pagans to take stock of supplies and prepare for winter. The ancient Gaels believed that on X the boundaries between the worlds of the living and the dead overlapped and the deceased would come back to life and cause havoc such as sickness or damaged crops.  ID X.
  23. 23.  Halloween
  24. 24. Q12 Xkcd comic about what?
  25. 25. ANSWER THE DRAKE’S EQUATION
  26. 26. Identify these famous statues and their location. +5 points for each.
  27. 27.  THE THINKER ,RODIN MUSEUM PARIS
  28. 28.  MOAI, EASTER ISLANDS
  29. 29.  THE LIONS OF DELOS, GREECE
  30. 30.  THE MOTHER, VOLGAGRAD RUSSIA
  31. 31.  DAVID, ACCADEMICA GALLERY AT FLORENCE
  32. 32.  THE OLMEC STATUES ,MEXICO
  33. 33.  STARRY NIGHT BY VINCENT VAN GOGH
  34. 34.  THE SCREAM BY EDWARD MUNCH
  35. 35. les demoiselles by Pablo Picasso
  36. 36. A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat
  37. 37. The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali
  38. 38. Whistler’s mother by James McNeill Whistler
  39. 39. List it
  40. 40.  Babur-Humayun-Akbar-Shahjehan-Jahangir-Aurangzeb.  There were 13 more Mughal rulers after them. Name them  +10 for each ID  +15 for 5 correct IDs  +25 for 7 correct IDs  +50 for more than 10
  41. 41.  Name the longest river on each continent.  (+5 for each ID, extra +10 if at least 5 ID’d, +25 for all 7)
  42. 42.  Answer Follows
  43. 43. Africa - The Nile Antarctica - The Onyx River Asia - The Yangtze Australia - The Murray Europe - The Volga North America - The Mississippi South America - The Amazon
  44. 44.  +10 for direct  +3 for successive bounce  +15/-15 on pounce.
  45. 45.  A X is a type of classical male singing voice equivalent to that of a Soprano. young boys which were fit for singing underwent a operation Y to retain that high pitched child like voice. As a result these X had great lung power and due to their child like vocal cords has a greater voice range than other Sopranos. This practice declined in the 18th century with the last X performed on 1824.  ID X and Y.
  46. 46.  X- Castrato  Y- Castration
  47. 47.  ___ _____has its roots in military history. A collection of terracotta sculptures discovered in 1974 in Xian, China gives insight into the style worn by Chinese soldiers over a thousand years ago  It is also depicted in Trajan’s column in Rome, Italy. Emperor Trajan ruled the Roman Empire from 98 to 117AD.  Some think that it was also a sign of honor befitting exceptional fighters.  It evolved over hundreds of years and is immensely popular even now regardless of status but rather as a as a fashion statement.
  48. 48.  Necktie
  49. 49.  Identify the historical monument. +10 for identifying the dynasty who build it.
  50. 50.  Golconda fort  Kakatiya dynasty
  51. 51.  Jaya and Vijay were the gate keepers of lord Vishnu. They refused entry to Sanatha Kumars who cursed them to live mortal lives. When given the option by Lord Vishnu, they chose three lives as his enemy rather than seven lives as his devotes so that they could get back sooner to Vaikunta. The first of these births were as Hiranyakasipu and his brother, the third was Sisupala, but their second birth as X and Y was the most famous one.  ID X and Y
  52. 52. X- Ravana Y- Kumbakarna
  53. 53.  Amul Butter
  54. 54.  X(born 24 June 1962) is an Indian entrepreneur and self-made billionaire who is the Chairman of X Group. The X Group is a globally integrated infrastructure player with businesses spanning coal trading, coal mining, oil & gas exploration, ports, multi- modal logistics, power generation & transmission and gas distribution. With business experience of more than 33 years, X is a first-generation entrepreneur who has led the X group from a modest background to create a $8 billion professionally managed empire in a relatively short period of time. He is said to be among the 100 most influential businessmen worldwide in the shipping trade and developing shipping related infrastructure. He has also been recognized for establishing the modern Mundra port which was selected as the best port in 2006 by the oldest and the most influential British publication for shipping business, Lloyd
  55. 55.  Gautam Adani
  56. 56.  X Supreme Rum  X Reserve Rum  X XXX Rum  X XXX Rum  X White Rum  X- Limited Edition  X is usually mixed with any kind of dark cola, soda or water and often with a twist of lime.  In India, X and cola is a popular combination.  A small quantity with warm water may help to get relief from cough and cold which occurs with weather change.
  57. 57.  Old Monk
  58. 58.  In 1931, the X was started by an Ayurvedic doctor, Perumal Varadarajulu Naidu, at Chennai (then known as Madras), being published by his “Tamil Nadu” press. Soon under financial difficulties, he sold the _____ to Swaminathan Sadanand, the founder of The Free Press Journal, a national news agency.  In 1933 X opened its second office in Madurai, launching the Tamil edition, Dinamani. Sadanand introduced several innovations and reduced the price of the_____. Faced with financial difficulties, he sold a part of his stake to Ramanath Goenka as convertible debentures. In 1935, when The Free Press Journal finally collapsed, and after a long and controversial court battle with Goenka, (where blows were exchanged between some of the parties), Sadanand lost ownership of X.
  59. 59.  Indian Express.
  60. 60.  Full Flavour  Riviera Whiff  Taste Treasures  Kafeato  Verve  Orange Twist
  61. 61.  Classic Full Flavour  Classic Regular  Classic Milds  Classic Ultramilds  Classic Menthol  Classic Riviera Whiff  Classic Taste Treasures  Classic Kafeato  Classic Menthol Rush  Classic Verve  Classic Citric Blast
  62. 62.  India: A History.  The Great Arc: The Dramatic Tale of How India Was Mapped and Everest Was Named  Sowing the Wind: The Seeds of Conflict in the Middle East  The Spice Route: A History  Mad About the Mekong: Exploration and Empire in South East Asia  China: A History
  63. 63.  John Keay

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