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2015 bizkashi finals

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  1. 1. Bizkashi 2014-2015 The KQA Business Quiz Finals Vivek + Venky
  2. 2. a presentation 1 Clockwise  20 questions  Infinite bounce  +10 per question on direct or pass, no negatives  +10/-10 on pounce (no partial pounce business)
  3. 3. 1 The picture shows Mercury, who was considered the patron god of financial gain and commerce, giving money to someone. Who is seen receiving the bag (a guy who funded something), and where will you see this, painted by Constantino Brumidi in 1865? © KQA 2015
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  6. 6. Answer Robert Morris He funded the American Revolution The Apotheosis of Washington A fresco in the rotunda of the United States Capitol Building © KQA 2015
  7. 7. 2 During the early 1900s, Fokker became a force in aviation and was one of the largest plane manufacturers. In the 1910s, Fokker worked with Franz Schneider, who used to supply metal parts for various purposes, developed a synchronization gear, fitted it on the Fokker Eindecker, and made it a force to reckon with. What was the purpose of the gear, loved by the German Air Force, giving the company a superiority known as the Fokker Scourge, until other makers caught up? © KQA 2015
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  9. 9. Answer To help a machine gun fire through the propeller © KQA 2015
  10. 10. 3 Over the years, there have been several instances of this practice. In 1986, the Haitian Gourde was stamped with a red circle and a slash across it. In 1979, Iran saw something similar. What is this practice called and why is it used? What was the reason for the version of the US Dollar seen here? © KQA 2015
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  13. 13. Answer Overprinting. It is used in cases of a fall of a regime for example, until fresh currency can be printed The Americans overprinted USD in circulation in Hawaii, to invalidate the bills, fearing the Japanese would capture the islands during WW II © KQA 2015
  14. 14. 4 A ‘tontine’ is named after a Neapolitan banker who is credited with inventing it in 1653. By the mid-18th century, investors were beginning to understand how game the system—for example, to buy tontines for young children, especially for girls around the age of 5. It has been written about in books. The Wrong Box by R.L. Stevenson is an example. It makes an appearance in The Grand Budapest Hotel. What is a tontine, and why did people buy one for girls? © KQA 2015
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  16. 16. Answer Each subscriber pays an agreed sum into a fund, and thereafter receives an annuity. As members die, their shares devolve to the other participants, and so the value of each annuity increases. When the penultimate member dies, the capital passes to the last survivor. In those days girls lived longer than boys. © KQA 2015
  17. 17. 5 It started with Sir John Hicks in 1972. Christopher Pissarides was the last one to get it, in 2010. In between we have had Friedrich von Hayek in 1974, James Meade in 1977, Sir Arthur Lewis in 1979, Merton Miller in 1990, Ronald Coase in 1991, Robert Mundell in 1999, George Akerlof in 2001 and Leonid Hurwicz in 2007. If the list is expanded, George Bernard Shaw will be part of it. What is this list, and who (in 1998) is missing from it? © KQA 2015
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  19. 19. Answer London School of Economics alumni who have won the Nobel Prize in Economics (or the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel) Amartya Sen won in 1998 © KQA 2015
  20. 20. 6 Francois married Barbe-Nicole Ponsardin in 1798 but died in 1805, leaving her a single mother when she was only 27. Officially the cause of his death was typhoid, but in his book on the family, Tilar J. Mazzeo speculates that it could have been suicide because he failed at his business. Which Reims-based luxury brand, which she later pioneered, is at the centre of the story of Mazzeo’s book, the cover of which is a distinct shade of yellow? Why is the brand called so? © KQA 2015
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  22. 22. Answer Veuve Cliquot Veuve is French for widow Clicquot was Francois’s surname © KQA 2015
  23. 23. 7 A distended belly brought about the name for the one on the left. And a clumsy scrambling to retrieve a bag’s contents while on a flight brought about the second. Name both in that order (A & B). © KQA 2015
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  26. 26. Answer A – Kelly Bag; B – Birkin Bag The Kelly Bag got its name after Grace Kelly used it to hide her pregnant tummy; Hermès chief executive Jean-Louis Dumas got the Birkin bag made for Jane Birkin after she complained that she couldn’t find a good bag to hold all her stuff. © KQA 2015
  27. 27. 8 A slip stitch in tailoring this is a used to finish clothing in a professional looking way. The thread ends up between the folds of the hem and is invisible on both sides. This is especially useful in one particular item, where it helps in two ways— to give some elasticity when this item is used, and also help it retain its shape when loosened. If this thread is removed the item is ruined. Where will one find a slip stitch, an item preferred especially by bankers? © KQA 2015
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  29. 29. Answer On a tie where the two parts are sewn together © KQA 2015
  30. 30. 9 1. ____ ___ _____ __ 2. ___ ____ _______ 3. No. 5, 1948 4. Woman III (Willem de Kooning) 5. Le Rêve What list, and what are in positions 1 and 2? © KQA 2015
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  32. 32. Answer 1. Will you Marry Me by Paul Gauguin 2. The Card Players by Cezanne Most expensive paintings © KQA 2015
  33. 33. 10 These ornamental braids—the stuff you seen on military uniforms—made with twists of gold and/or silver thread, get their name from the same root word that is given for a broth made by stewing meat, fish, or vegetables in water. What term, also used in relation to economy and trading? How do we know the broth? © KQA 2015
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  35. 35. Answer Bullion Bouillon © KQA 2015
  36. 36. 11 This is Bennett Cerf talking about an epiphany: The day we dreamed up the name … Rockwell (Kent) dropped in. He was sitting at my desk facing Donald (Klopfer, Cerf's partner), and I went to the bathroom, which is where I get some of my finest ideas. And we were talking then about doing a few books on the side. And while I was on the throne I got this inspiration, and came out and said, “I’ve got the name …” What idea, for which Kent drew the picture that you see here? What became of the picture? © KQA 2015
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  39. 39. Answer The name ‘Random House’ “I’ve got the name for our publishing house. We just said we were going to publish a few books on the side at random. Let’s call it Random House.” The house in the picture became the Random House logo © KQA 2015
  40. 40. 12 The Gurgaon-based firm started by four friends — Neeraj Kakkar, Suhas Misra, Neeraj Biyani and James Nuttall — rolled out their first product in April 2011. But on one hot summer day, when all of them were having lunch together, Nuttall decided to make something. This became the genesis of a new product, which has had a dream run since 2014. Which company? What is the new product that today includes golgappe ka pani and imli ka amlana? © KQA 2015
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  42. 42. Answer Hector Beverages Paper Boat © KQA 2015
  43. 43. 13 Philip the Good was Duke of Burgundy, chose the emblem for his Order. Later, wool merchants in Europe adopted the symbol as a way of advertising woollen wares. In 1850, the firm started by Henry Sands ______, and his sons Henry Jr., Daniel, John, Elisha and Edward, did the same because they wanted to associate their shop with the European sartorial tradition. What was the name of Philip’s Order? What was the name of the outfit, America’s oldest clothing retailer? © KQA 2015
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  45. 45. Answer Order of the Golden Fleece Brooks Brothers © KQA 2015
  46. 46. 14 This Sweden-based micro-donation provider helps users pay a small amount and share it among various sites. The word is used as a verb, to mean they are “______ing” the site they are on, in the sense of “making someone feel proud by praising them”. In Dec 2010, it received a lot attention when it helped donate money to WikiLeaks when others like PayPal had cut off the whistle-blower. What is it called, and who started it? © KQA 2015
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  48. 48. Answer Flattr Peter Sunde, co-founder of The Pirate Bay © KQA 2015
  49. 49. 15 A circulating population of people from these two towns in Sindh established a vibrant trade with the markets of Afghanistan, Central Asia, Iran and Russia, eventually reaching even as far as Moscow and St Petersburg. We know one town through the exploits of this man. Some claim that the other town gets its name from a corrupted form of Shaka-haari-pur, after the Scythians defeated the Shakas. Which are the two towns are celebrated in this book? © KQA 2015
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  52. 52. Answer Multan Shikarpur Shikarpuri Sindhis work as money-lenders even today © KQA 2015
  53. 53. 16 There wasn’t much that Walter Dorwin Teague did not do. He was a designer, architect, writer and businessman all rolled into one. What he is known best for was the work he did in the period in the 1920s and 30s as a designer. The models he designed came in six bright, fun colours. They included variants such as The Boy Scout, Girl Scout and Camp Fire Girls. What did Teague help design? © KQA 2015
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  55. 55. Answer Brownie cameras © KQA 2015
  56. 56. 17 He was known to the community he served so well as “Dad”. When he died in 2012, the timing was particularly poignant, as the company was due to celebrate, the 50th anniversary of its first product. He was also known as the “Father of Loud”. As Jeff Beck once said: “If you want to get a little bit rude and loud, you've got to have a ________. The ________ sound is the balls. It's the big daddy—it has that growl.” Who is this that started off with a small music shop, and even taught drums to people like Mitch Mitchell (The Jimi Hendrix Experience)? © KQA 2015
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  58. 58. Answer Jim Marshall © KQA 2015
  59. 59. 18 According to the company website, the ingredients include Babhul, Bakul, Jambul, Lavang, Manjishta, Bor, Acrod, Akkal, Jeshtamadh, the flower Ajwan, Dalchini, Khair, Patang, Harada, Anantmul, Amala, Maifal and one other. The last unlisted ingredient helps to prevent bleeding and also relieves aches. Which product that is made by a company established in 1952 by K.V. Pendharkar? © KQA 2015
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  61. 61. Answer VICCO Vajradanti © KQA 2015
  62. 62. 19 At the time when this company was started the trade was run by seedy, fly- by-night manufacturers selling cheap wares. Many pharmacists were loath to stock a product associated with sexual vice (in those days). They also had the Comstock Law to deal with. Things changed after some time, and in 1927 the company placed its first ad in a newspaper. A latex-based product was introduced in 1930. The brand’s logo is a not-so-subtle indicator of what it actually ‘protects’. Which brand that controls 70% of the US market? What did the company do to counter the Comstock Law? © KQA 2015
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  64. 64. Answer Trojan To avoid the Comstock Law, condoms were sold as protection against disease rather than a contraceptive The Comstock Law forbade the sale of birth control © KQA 2015
  65. 65. 20: Written Qn. open to all teams In New Delhi, if one wants a one-stop location to look for Indian handicrafts you can visit the State Emporia Complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marg. These are some of them: 1. You can pick up shawls at ____, the Kashmir emporium (rhymes with an Enid Blyton policeman) 2. Bronze lamps and icons are at _________, the Tamil Nadu emporium (think Silappadikaram) 3. ________, the Bihar emporium, is famous for Madhubani paintings (a royal courtesan of Vaishali) 4. _______, the Gujarat emporium, is the destination for printed cottons and jewellery (a raga) 5. You get tea at ________, the West Bengal emporium (a box of jewels, or a lady with a sweet voice) 6. Carpets and silk fabrics at ________, the UP Emporium (a town on the banks of the river Bhagirathi) © KQA 2015 +5 for each correct answer
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  68. 68. Answer 1. Kashmir – Zoon 2. Tamil Nadu – Poompuhar 3. Bihar – Amrapali 4. Gujarat – Gurjari 5. West Bengal – Majusha 6. UP – Gangotri © KQA 2015
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  70. 70. a presentation 2 Anti-Clockwise  20 questions, split by a written round  Infinite bounce  +10 per question on direct or pass, no negatives  +10/-10 on pounce (no partial pounce business)
  71. 71. 1 Ramraj Cotton company has introduced a set of Gen Next dhotis, after a study commissioned among teenagers and youngsters. Incorporating the results of the study, the new product line has two key innovations: a) To cater to people of all waist sizes and enable ease of use b) Provide convenience for a specific aspect of youngsters’ lifestyles What are the two innovations? © KQA 2015
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  73. 73. Answer Velcro Pocket for cellphones / devices © KQA 2015
  74. 74. 2 Founded by Chairman Nathan Lazarus in 1988, it is a premier “hand- to-hand” courier company in Africa. Over the past 25 years, the company has grown, and today has a fleet of 1474 vehicles and a network spanning southern Africa. They claim to be the only courier company in South Africa that does not sub-contract deliveries to third parties. With over 1500 active clients, identify this company and their largest marketing initiative that is familiar to many of us. © KQA 2015
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  76. 76. Answer RAM © KQA 2015
  77. 77. 3 This company’s stock ticker symbol has always been a subject of discussion. The three letter symbol is said to be epitomizing their fun loving spirit and customer centricity. Another version is that it also refers to a location in Dallas, which is their current corporate headquarters. Which company and what’s the ticker symbol? © KQA 2015
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  79. 79. Answer Southwest Airlines – LUV © KQA 2015
  80. 80. 4 Only 400 cars of this model were produced and sold for about $700,000 to a select group of customers worldwide. Identify the model that sells at over a million dollars today in the resale market. Despite its value, the particular model you see here is very dusty, and is representative of a trend in this country that happened in the 2008-09 timeframe. Explain. © KQA 2015
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  83. 83. Answer Ferrari Enzo Dubai – where indebted people “did a runner” after the 2008 downturn © KQA 2015
  84. 84. 5 The first such machine appeared in the mid 19th century, when in 1859, Nathan Ames from Michigan was granted a US patent for an installation design that formed an equilateral triangle. The earliest working type was patented in 1892 by Jesse W. Reno, and was actually introduced in 1896 as a novelty ride at Coney Island, a theme park in New York. During that decade, George H. Wheeler patented a design which Charles D. Seeberger bought in 1898, and went to work at ________ developing the first modern prototype. He created the name from combining a Latin word describing it, and a word, which was already in general use in the US by this time, and registered it as a trademark. What and which company did Seeberger work at? © KQA 2015
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  86. 86. Answer Escalator Otis © KQA 2015
  87. 87. 6 The origin of this brand actually occurred in 1620, during the reign of King Charles I, when a young man bearing the name paid the monarch a large sum to gain the concession for providing all the soap for the City of London. The particulars of this enterprise were lost in the Great Fire of London in 1666. Only one detail remained; lavender was used to perfume the soap. 150 years, in 1770, William _______ became the first person with the surname to actually own the brand, after he bailed out his son-in- law from a loan. Many years later, the Asian and Middle Eastern rights for the brand were sold by Lornamead to an Indian company. Name the brand and the Indian company. © KQA 2015
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  89. 89. Answer Yardley Wipro Consumer Care © KQA 2015
  90. 90. 7 One would have expected that the brand would have been French, but instead it is a British brand available till today. The brand was established in Burton on Trent by William ___ in 1777. Members of the Jockey Club and English bookmakers used to congregate every evening at this establishment and the brand was probably bought specially for them, and therefore signified the variety of the clientele that this Parisian establishment served. Shown as being available in a counter managed by Suzon the lady bartender, what is this brand and where will you see it? © KQA 2015
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  92. 92. Answer Bass Pale Ale A Bar of the Folies Bergère by Édouard Manet. © KQA 2015
  93. 93. 8 On screen X: Batman Returns in 1992 Y: Jurassic Park in 1993 Home Video on Laserdisc X: Clear and Present Danger in 1995 Y: Jurassic Park in 1997 Identify the competing technologies X and Y – please be specific. © KQA 2015
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  95. 95. Answer X – Dolby Digital Y – DTS © KQA 2015
  96. 96. 9 On April 1 1996, White House press secretary Mike McCurry told reporters that, as part of its ongoing privatization efforts, “We'll be doing a series of these. X is joining today in an effort to refurbish the Lincoln Memorial. It will be the Lincoln Y Memorial.” Identify X and Y. What was this quote in response to? © KQA 2015
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  98. 98. Answer X – Ford Y – Mercury The Taco Bell buys Liberty Bell campaign © KQA 2015
  99. 99. 10 The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay figured that they were spending $100,000 a year on a consumable. To control this cost, one of the steps they took was changing the default font on all their Windows machines from this to this. While this move may have saved costs on this particular consumable, it actually increased costs on another one. Explain. © KQA 2015
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  101. 101. Answer Century Gothic, due to its thin lines, used roughly 30% less ink than Arial, which the university was previously using as the default typeface for emails. So the school set Century Gothic as its default email typeface to save toner ink. While Century Gothic uses less ink than Arial, it is a significantly wider font and therefore, uses more paper. © KQA 2015
  102. 102. a presentation 3 Written Round  The seven top funded US tech start-ups  +5 for each correct identification  No negatives  Bonus – nyet (no bonus, no pay hike, no company offsite)
  103. 103. © KQA 2015 # Founded Area HQ Valuation (USD) 1 2002 Private Space Exploration Hawthorne, California 12 billion 2 2004 Data Analytics Palo Alto, California 15 billion 3 2007 Online Storage San Francisco 10 billion 4 2008 Online Lodging San Francisco 10 billion
  104. 104. © KQA 2015 # Founded Area HQ Valuation (USD) 5 2009 Car sharing San Francisco 41 billion 6 2010 Bulletin board- style social network Palo Alto, California 11 billion 7 2011 Vanishing Image Messaging Venice, California 15-19 billion
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  107. 107. © KQA 2015 # Area Company 1 Private Space Exploration SpaceX 2 Data Analytics Palantir 3 Online Storage Dropbox 4 Online Lodging Airbnb 5 Carsharing Uber 6 Bulletin board-style social network Pinterest 7 Vanishing Image Messaging Snapchat
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  109. 109. a presentation 4 FINAL TEN  Anti-clockwise questions continue  Infinite bounce  +10 per question on direct or pass, no negatives  +10/-10 on pounce (no partial pounce business)
  110. 110. 11 This brand is not used to seeing bare pavements outside its stores, but is adopting a deliberate strategy of selling their new product only online in London during an initial launch period. However, one particular variant, priced at 8000 pounds is available for trial only at their flagship stores in Regent, Covent Garden and Selfridges, and at no other location in the UK. Customers will still have to book an appointment, in slots of up to 15 minutes, using the company’s website, before they try it. Which product and what variant? © KQA 2015
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  112. 112. Answer Apple Watch; 18-carat Gold version © KQA 2015
  113. 113. 12 Two relatively new social media trends: Unclear and cryptic Facebook status updates and Tweeting about someone without mentioning them (no @). Examples below. What are they called? © KQA 2015
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  115. 115. Answer Vaguebooking Subtweeting © KQA 2015
  116. 116. 13 The brand name of this product from William Grant & Sons, goes back to the whisky making heritage of this distillery. It’s a reference to a condition that malt-men picked up while working long shifts and turning the barley by hand. This made their arm drop a bit like this animal’s. The distillery still employs manual turning of the barley, but with a much more conducive working environment, so, while the brand lives on, the injury is a thing of the past. This brand is not a single malt, in fact, it goes beyond that! Name the brand and what’s the specialty in how it is made? © KQA 2015
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  118. 118. Answer Monkey Shoulder World’s first triple malt – combining three Speyside malts (Balvenie, Glenfiddich and Kininvie) © KQA 2015
  119. 119. 14 This scientist’s work relating to reform of this particular system was very significant. He was the Chairman of the _________ Reform Committee appointed by the Government of India in 1952 under the aegis of the CSIR. The task before the Committee was to prepare an accurate version of something based on scientific study, which could be adopted uniformly throughout India. There were thirty different ones in use across India, and religion and local sentiments were involved. Nehru, in his preface to the Report of the Committee, wrote: “They represent past political divisions in the country…now that we have attained independence, it is obviously desirable that there should be a certain uniformity in the _____ for our civic, social and other purposes and this should be done on a scientific approach to this problem.” The Committee made three or four key recommendations that were then adopted. Who and what was this committee about? © KQA 2015
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  121. 121. Answer Meghnad Saha Calendar Reform Committee © KQA 2015
  122. 122. 15 Each toy starts out as a flat sheet of metal that is printed and then cut into separate pieces. Each piece is then formed into it’s final shape through numerous tooling stations. The pieces are then hand assembled to create the final toy. A labour-intensive process, such production was quickly abandoned when plastic moulding was developed. Welby India, a Delhi-based company has been making these toys since 2000, when the last such Indian manufacturers shut down, and export them, apart from selling through their website in India. What is their brand called, given what it’s made of and it’s something to cherish? © KQA 2015
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  124. 124. Answer Tin Treasures © KQA 2015
  125. 125. 16 A typical rags-to-riches story, this Tirunelveli born entrepreneur, came to Chennai with Rs 25 in his hand, and did several odd jobs before he set up a betel-nut/newspaper shop with his brother. In 1935, the first foray into organized business happened, when he set up a shop selling clocks and watches, which later extended to bicycles. In the 1950s, they pioneered the Hire Purchase concept of “Buy now, pay later”, and also became leading sellers of Murphy radios in India. Known as much for a tourist spot they set up in 1975, as their outlets, identify this chain that has today diversified into housing and real estate as well, and the founder. © KQA 2015
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  127. 127. Answer VG Paneerdas VGP © KQA 2015
  128. 128. 17 These actors are called The ____ Guys , since they personify a corporate logo. In their ad spots, a quartet of human actors wear life- size costumes that: the apple character wears the body of an apple and hat shaped like a core; the two grape guys (green and purple) wear costumes that resemble a stripper covered with balloons at a burlesque house, and closing out the fruity quartet is a guy dressed in a fig leaf costume. The roster of actors to play these characters (who first appeared in 1975) include F. Murray Abraham, Joey Faye and Harry Goz. What are they called and what’s the brand? What’s the symbolism of the fig leaf in their logo? © KQA 2015
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  130. 130. Answer Fruit of the Loom Historically, the fig leaf has been used to cover the genital areas of famous statuary/painting representing nude men and women. © KQA 2015
  131. 131. 18 In March 2013, this brand went back to its roots, when they set up a store in Kirkgate market in Leeds. Michael had opened the first store here in 1884 and pioneered a concept called the ______ Bazaar, as epitomised in his slogan, “Don’t ask the price, it’s a ________”. Which brand, with revenues of £10.3bn in 2014? What did they pioneer? © KQA 2015
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  133. 133. Answer M&S Penny Bazaars © KQA 2015
  134. 134. 19 In January 1990, during an address to the Global Forum on Environment and Development for Survival, this world leader brought up the idea for an organisation that would apply the medical emergency response model of the International Committee of the Red Cross to ecological issues and expedite solutions to environmental problems that transcend national boundaries. Subsequently, environmentalists approached him and he became the founding Director of this in 1993, after his position became extinct in 1991. Who and which organization? © KQA 2015
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  136. 136. Answer Mikhail Gorbachev Green Cross International © KQA 2015
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  138. 138. 20 This Amul campaign references another brand’s controversial ad in 1993. Which brand? Which couple met during the shooting of this ad? © KQA 2015
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  140. 140. Answer MR Coffee Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan © KQA 2015

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