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Sunday, April 19, 2009

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Moksha Literature and Vocabulary Quiz
Prelims Part 4

13. Which country is named in honour of Jesus Christ and its name in Spanish “The Saviour” in Spanish?

14. In 1912, radio operator Jack Phillips was sending "CQD", a signal still commonly used by British ships. Harold Bride, the junior radio operator, then suggested him to use the new replacement and Phillips began to alternate. What was the new replacement?

15. The origin of this phrase means “to make up one’s mind to go through with an unpleasant situation or experience” dates back to the day when the wounded had to be seen to without the benefit of anesthetics or painkillers. The victim would be given an object that would help him brace himself against the coming pain. What phrase?

16. X is a slang term, derived from the verb Y, as meaning to appropriate or to conquer to gain ownership. The term implies domination or humiliation of a rival, used primarily in the Internet gaming culture to taunt an opponent who has just been soundly defeated. Give the term.

Answers in 2 days.
Roshan

Answers
13.El Salvador
14.SOS
15.Bite the bullet
16.Pwn from Own

6 comments:

Ankit said...

13...
14. is it SOS?
15..
16 .PWN or PWNed!!

Achyuth aka Tempo said...

13. el salvador
14. SOS
15. Biting the bullet
16.pwn

Anonymous said...

1. El Salvador
2. SOS
3. To Bite The Bullet
4. X - Pwn; Y - Own

sharath jose

Anonymous said...

ok, i numbered them wrong. 1 - 4 is 13 -16.

sharath jose

Aman Gupta said...

13. El Salvador(?)

Fakeer said...

13.El Salvador
14. SOS from Titanic
16.Powned I guess..sm1 used it against me during my initial online CS days :P

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Four

Moksha Literature and Vocabulary Quiz
Prelims Part 4

13. Which country is named in honour of Jesus Christ and its name in Spanish “The Saviour” in Spanish?

14. In 1912, radio operator Jack Phillips was sending "CQD", a signal still commonly used by British ships. Harold Bride, the junior radio operator, then suggested him to use the new replacement and Phillips began to alternate. What was the new replacement?

15. The origin of this phrase means “to make up one’s mind to go through with an unpleasant situation or experience” dates back to the day when the wounded had to be seen to without the benefit of anesthetics or painkillers. The victim would be given an object that would help him brace himself against the coming pain. What phrase?

16. X is a slang term, derived from the verb Y, as meaning to appropriate or to conquer to gain ownership. The term implies domination or humiliation of a rival, used primarily in the Internet gaming culture to taunt an opponent who has just been soundly defeated. Give the term.

Answers in 2 days.
Roshan

Answers
13.El Salvador
14.SOS
15.Bite the bullet
16.Pwn from Own

6 comments:

Ankit said...

13...
14. is it SOS?
15..
16 .PWN or PWNed!!

Achyuth aka Tempo said...

13. el salvador
14. SOS
15. Biting the bullet
16.pwn

Anonymous said...

1. El Salvador
2. SOS
3. To Bite The Bullet
4. X - Pwn; Y - Own

sharath jose

Anonymous said...

ok, i numbered them wrong. 1 - 4 is 13 -16.

sharath jose

Aman Gupta said...

13. El Salvador(?)

Fakeer said...

13.El Salvador
14. SOS from Titanic
16.Powned I guess..sm1 used it against me during my initial online CS days :P