Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Question 554

(id the blank)

Kansas City Wizards


Saturday, March 27, 2010

Question 553


Friday, March 26, 2010

Question 552

What are X;Y;Z?


Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Question 551

its easy. Just put funda.
2.1 wide: no run,
2.1 FOUR
2.2 two runs
2.3 (noball) no run
2.3 wide: no run
2.3 (noball) one run
2.3 no run
2.4 wide: no run
2.4 wide: no run
2.4 no run
2.5 wide: no run
2.5 (noball) no run
2.5 wide: no run
2.5 wide: no run
2.5 (noball) no run
2.5 no run
2.6 FOUR

Answer: Longest over ever bowled in ODIs- Mohd. Sami


Saturday, March 20, 2010

Question 550

snap from which video...?

Answer: Akon's Beautiful


Question 549

Origin of X dates back to the 1990's. The idea behind X was that each X contained a score value, and a game was played to 'win' X from other players, though this was not the only way in which one could play with X, in fact there were many other games played with X .X were released in several different formats,with variation in their shapes and sizes. X have featured Looney Tunes, Pokémon, The Simpsons, Star Wars, AFL and NRL, Beyblade and many more. The game of X was to be played in the following way-
1. Stack
Players place an equal number of X, all face down, to make one single pile. A X can be flipped to determine which player then starts.
2. Whack
Each player takes a turn throwing a slammer downwards onto the pile, knocking some or all of the pile over.
3. Win
After each players turn, any X that flip over (and are now face up) are collected by the player. The remaining X are then restacked and the game continues until there are no X left in the pile. The player who has collected the most X is the winner (Alternatively, the player who has accumulated the highest score, based on the collected X values is the winner.

X were a rage in India when released. Id X.


Question 548

Identify the names of these places, and THEN connect them.
okay, the answer i was looking for is EXTINCT tiger subspecies. But only tiger subspecies is okay.


Monday, March 15, 2010

Question 547

Connect and identify.


Question 546

A is related to B by the same logic by which C is related to D. Identify A,B,C,D and put fundae.






Friday, March 12, 2010

Question 545

Identify the author of this book.


Thursday, March 11, 2010

Question 544



Question 543

Identify this man recently involved in some controversial news.


Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Question 542

Whose gravestone?


Question 541



Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Question 540

What has been blanked out?


Question 539

"pertaining to spain"(espacially ancient spain) 1584, from L. 'X'icus. Also "Iberian peninsula".
Specific application to spanish speaking parts of the new world in 1889.
Amer. eng: esp. applied since c.1972 to spanish speaking people of latin american descent living in U.S.]
This is a brief excerpt on the etymyology of 'X', which has been in news quite recently. X?


Sunday, March 7, 2010

Question 538

The beginnings of X can be traced to mid-19th century British India, where it was created by British military officers stationed there. Being particularly popular in the British garrison town Y, the game also came to be known as Y. It was definitively launched in 1873 at the X House, Gloucestershire, owned by the Duke of Beaufort. During that time, the game was referred to as "The Game of X," and the game's official name became X. Id X and Y.


Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Question 537

Connect: (click on the images to enlarge)


Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Question 536

What's Warnie doing? Put Fundae!

Answer: Warnie promoting 'Spinnerz'. Hope, Rajasthan Royals would have brand new undies this season!!


Question 535

Id the Logo?

Answer: Interpol