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Celebrating 365 days of madness! “Mu-ha-ha-ha!” ©
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• 25 Questions. • In Built tie breakers using ** questions. Please put a ** after the question number while attempting these. • Speilng mistkaes are accetped galdly! But make sure your answer sounds something like the real-deal. • Quiz Master’s discretion shall be used in tight spots during evaluation. • 6 Teams battle it out in The Finals! • Stay for the finals whether you make it or not! It’s gonna be Beyond Brilliant!
• 0. Which is the best quizzing organisation in the world? • Clue: Muhahaha! .
The composition was first sung during a convention of the then loyalist Indian National Congress in Calcutta on Dec. 1911. What are we talking about? . precisely at the time of the Coronation Durbar of George V. and is considered by some to be in praise of the overlord of India's destiny.1. and the agenda of that day devoted itself to a loyal welcome of George V on his visit to India. A lot of controversy has been attributed to the amount of importance given to this poem. It was sung on the second day of the convention. 16. The poem was composed in December 1911.
In the 1940s. He was working on an active radar set when he noticed that a peanut chocolate bar he had in his pocket started to melt.2. This event gave birth to what commonly used appliance today? . was building magnetrons for radar sets with the company Raytheon. Percy Spencer. an engineer.
What has been used to create these Mosaic works of wonder? .3.
An Average human being has about five in a twenty-four hour cycle. What wicked fantasy am I talking about? . each one with increasing lengths.4. the first one lasts for about ten minutes and the last one being for about forty five minutes the study of which is called Oneirology.
TTD is trying to get a patent for the product to prevent counterfeits. Ghee. Oil. The normal version weighs about 100 gram each.5. Easy isn’t it? What it eez? . Sugar candy. Cashew nuts. and Raisins. Ingredients of X include Sugar. Cardamom. The largest of the kind officially recorded weighed 32 kilos.
" Another version traces the act to the Battle Of Agincourt where the English escaped certain defeat and started mocking the French that they could still “Pull the Yew” which was in reference to the famous English Longbow. The translation reads: "Laugh loudly. when someone calls you a queen and put your _______ out. Sextillus. What widespread-pop-culture act came about this way? . The oldest is generally believed to be Ancient Roman. The recorded appearance is from Marcus Martialis’ epigrams. Ahem… There are several possibilities for the origin of this act.6.
. the U. Now it is Juneau. Secretary of State.7.S. William H. it was built around Sitka. Seward. negotiated the purchase of it in 1867 for $7.2 million. When the Russians owned it.
What’s X? . whom he accuses of stealing his idea for the X. Flash Of Genius(2008) is about Robert Kearns who takes on the Ford Motor Company.8.
accelerated and chronic. Give me either disease or speciality. The term for this disease was invented in 1935 by Everett M. acute.9. Smith. No cure for the disease is known. This disease is classified into four types: asymptomatic. president of the National Puzzlers' League. But there is something special about the name of the disease. It develops only after years of exposure to low levels of silica dust. at its annual meeting. . The last of which is the most common.
In his speech. this invasion caused the loss of so much Roman money that credit was destroyed at Rome itself. situated on the western coast of what is now modern Turkey. According to Cicero. He reminds his audience of the disasters which befell them 22 years earlier in 88 BC when the same Mithradates invaded the Roman province of Asia. This is the first instance of what? . the De Imperio Cnaei Pompeii. Cicero argued that Pompey the Great should be given the military command against Mithradates VI. king of Pontus.10.
Give me X and Y.11. Only the Delhi gate of the fort presently exists on Krishnarajendra Road bearing a marble plaque recording the spot where a breach in the fort helped the East Indian Company take control over it. X was converted to stone by Hyder Ali in 1761. Today it is in ruins. . X was built in mud by Y.
. The occurrence of this was previously believed to be a cryptid. But it was confirmed scientifically in 2006. One of the impacts of the global warming on the wildlife of the artic region is that the life of bears is getting screwed up as two of the most widely spread bears in the region are exchanging habitats resulting in this.12.
Cryptic: People thought they could kill them with Silver and Holy Water. but they were actually Hydrophobic. but truth was intolerance to light was just a symptom of their condition.13. They used garlic as a repellant but it was the Sulphur that kept them away. but the poor guys were just pale due to illness. The only rational fear was that these ‘creatures’ would bite ‘em. They thought they could prowl only at night. What were the people mistaking these guys to be and what was actually wrong with them? . They described them as white blood drained creatures.
14. Maga and/or Magale… which structure this one? Significance Yenu? .
Looks can be deceiving… • This is how this Italiano hunk looked in 1983. ID him.15. .
16. What’s the bloody red zone called putta?? .
These guys just missed out on the offer… .• 17.
• These buggers had the balls to say no… .
it is priceless. Today. According to the Gospels of the New Testament. Christ was sold for silver coins. a farmer hunting for treasure found a manuscript in a wooden box while hunting for treasure. This priceless document was sold twice and stolen once and is practically dust now. The document has the potential to change the view of Christ today and edit the whole story of his crucifixion.18. What is this manuscript now famously called? . In 1972. The document was buried in the first place because it was branded as heresy. Egypt.
19. Killer Question… + =? .
Y was the biggest hit-flick of the year.20. X is the only actor who has “acted” in a movie posthumously. that an actor had refused to accept the Best Actor Award. • This was the second instant in Oscar history. His reason being "the treatment of American Indians today by the film industry and in television reruns”. They also opposed the ill-treatment. Id X and Y . a fantabulous actor. was a movement that supported the development of the Native Americans in America. that was faced by the Native Americans. A staunch supporter of this movement was X. refused his award for Y. In protest. **The American Indian Movement. the first being George.Scott for Patton:Lust for Glory. X at the 1972 Oscars.C.
S: If a team answers out of turn. Isaac Asimov was inspired by these and he began to write by age 11. horror and fantasy. **This term refers to the sudden mass market paperbacks production since the 1950s.21. The cheaper ones were called _____ ____ and contained mystery. What’s the term? • P. Those printed on better paper and offering family-oriented content were often called "glossies" or "slicks”. then “I don’t remember asking you a goddamn thing”. In fact. .
**Comedian George Jessel (the "Toastmaster General of the United States") claimed he created this one morning in Palm Beach during the 1950s. Jessel even appeared in Smirnoff vodka ads in the 1950s declaring. creating the modern ____ _____." He claimed that it was he who added salt." However. pepper. cayenne and Worcestershire sauce to the concoction. Petriot himself admitted that "George Jessel said he created it. Regis Hotel in New York named Fernand Petriot. but it was really nothing but vodka and tomato juice. Starting in the 1940s. . George Jessel invented the ______ _____. In reality. Petriot was supposedly serving these up under the alias of "Red Snappers" at the hotel's King Cole Bar. when he mixed tomato juice and vodka as a hangover-cure from an entire night spent drinking. "I. skeptics searched for the true origin of the drink and opened the door for a legend involving the head bartender at the St. the _____ ____ today is in fact a combination of the two men's creations.22.
**This is the first of the text-adventure era. It was supposed to be called “Dungeon” but by the time it was public.23. what is being played here? . Was created in MIT. the unofficial name stuck.
What am I talking about? . Each of it is symbolized to something. Three is for Love. One is for Hope. or good luck is up to you.24 ** Saint Patrick used to represent the holy Trinity with this… so it is believed. But whether you consider the fourth as a mutation resulting in Marsilea Quadrofolia. and Four is for Luck. Two is for Faith.
25. Omar Syed. The name of the game is a play on the name of the son of the creator of this game. Whats the name o’ the game honey? .I capacity. ** This game is a slight modification on chess. Even the IBM Deep Blue that raped Kasparov fails to master the game with its A.
• 6 Teams Battle it Out in the Finals • All The Best Buggers… .
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