25 QUESTIONS<br />NO PEEKING NO GOOGLING<br />TIES WILL BE RESOLVED BY STARRED QUESTIONS<br />ALL THE BESHT <br />
X is a novel by Jeffrey Archer based on the story of George Mallory. It claims that George Mallory, an Englishman, was the first to conquer Mount Everest -- before Sir Edmund Hillary. It caused a controversy in New Zealand, with a major newspaper the Dominion Post calling it an insult to Sir Edmund Hillary.<br />
4. _____ PLEASE<br /><ul><li>There has not been a terrorist attack in the United States since ______first appeared on television.
Ordinary people have panic attacks. Chuck Norris has _____attacks!
______doesn't need to search the internet, he just stares a computer down until it gives him the information he needs.
Terrorists dread the day in October that Daylight Savings Time ends. _____gets 25 hours in which to kill them.
_______doesn't need a translator, torture sounds the same in every language.</li></li></ul><li>Jack Bauer from 24 <br />
5<br />The term was originally a 19th century expression describing unfinished business—something left over from a meeting—or ‘survival.’ In 1904, the meaning that we now associate first surfaced. Dehydration, fatigue, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, flatulence, weakness, elevated body temperature, hypersalivation, difficulty concentrating, sweating, anxiety, irritability, sensitivity to light and noise, erratic motor functions, trouble sleeping, severe hunger, and lack of depth perception are the visible symptoms. There are no "proven-remedies" though many have their insightful opinions on it. What is being discussed?<br />
6<br />_________ is often used in a similar context to the ‘Garden of Eden’, to represent a perfect paradise that exists hidden from modern man. It can sometimes be used as an analogy for a life-long quest or something elusive that is much sought. For a man who spends his life obsessively looking for a cure to a disease, such a cure could be said to be that man's ________. It also might be used to represent perfection that is sought by man in the form of love, happiness, or Utopian ideals . What is it?<br />
9<br />During World War II, “X girls” referred to the pinup girls who were painted onto the sides of planes, bombers, and their bombs. The military allowed artists to create such work for amusement and recreational viewing in order to help boost morale for the pilots and other military personnel. The term X is also commonly used as an expression describing a sudden/unexpected event. What is the good word?<br />
14<br />X joined the Royal Navy during which time he opted for two tattoos that are described on his official website as:<br />“Unlike many tattoos, his were not frivolous - his tattoos reflect two of his lifelong commitments: his family and Scotland. After six decades, his tattoos still reflect those two ideas: One tattoo is a tribute to his parents and reads "Mum and Dad," and the other is self explanatory, "Scotland Forever.“<br />
15<br />Paul Campbell, of the department of English and theatre at the Australian National University, in Canberra, uncovered a reference to X the sport in a 1533 poem, attributed to John Skelton, a popular poet and playwright of the day, in which he links it to immigrants from Flanders, in modern day Belgium, France and Holland.<br />"O lorde of Ipocrites<br />Nowe shut vpp your wickettes<br />And clape to your clickettes!<br />A! Farewell, kings of crekettes!“. Gimme X and put funda. <br />
X-Cricket and the funda being that cricket was started in Belgium and not England<br />
16. Sitter <br />Complete the last line<br />Vintery, mintery, cutery, corn,Apple seed and apple thorn,Wire, briar, limber lockThree geese in a flockOne flew EastOne flew WestAnd ______________________.<br />
17<br />X is used to describe the sensation of having glimpsed oneself in peripheral vision, in a position where there is no chance that it could have been a reflection. X’s often are perceived as a sinister form of bilocation and generally regarded as harbingers of bad luck. In some traditions, a X seen by a person's friends or relatives portends illness or danger, while seeing one's own X is an omen of death. Gimme X…<br />
Rebecca Black’s Friday touted as the worst music video of all times<br />
*20<br />During the reign of Lord Rama, X occupied an important place in the entire Ramayana. This place was known as "Malyavantagiri" in the Ramayana. The ancient kings of this place during the early Vedic and later Vedic period, worshiped Lord Mallikeshwar after whom they named their kingdom as "MallikaNagari". This MallikaNagari gradually became X in the modern times. However this place garnered a lot of attention a few weeks ago for something infamous.. Give me X. <br />
21<br />These are a special kind of military bullets which are modified with a small pyrotechnic charge added in their base. Ignited upon firing, the composition burns very brightly making the projectile path visible to the naked eye. This enables the shooter to follow the bullet’s trajectory relative to the target in order to make corrections to his aim for the next shot. The British introduced this in 1915, and the U.S. did it two years later in 1917. What is this type of ammunition called?<br />
24<br />On February 3, 1959, a small-plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa, killed three American rock and roll musicians: Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson, as well as the pilot, Roger Peterson. The day was later called _______by Don McLean, in his song "American Pie“. Gimme _______..<br />
*25<br />"Should guilty seek asylum here, like one pardoned, he becomes free from sin. Should a sinner make his way to this mansion, all his past sins are to be washed away. The sight of this mansion creates sorrowing sighs; And the sun and the moon shed tears from their eyes. In this world this edifice has been made; To display thereby the creator's glory".Who, about what in 1653?<br />