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November 8, 2011
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1)X is a fictitious food item.The term X was allegedly  entered in a U.S. Army survey of soldiers around 1974 concerning their food predilections. The "food" tallied higher in popularity than eggplant, lima beans, and cranberry juice.It is distinctive of the sorts of intentional "fake foods" since introduced into military surveys to establish a baseline for taste; it is thought that the word arouses a pasta dish. Other similar but less successful "menu items" include a vegetable dish called "buttered ermal" and a meat dish called "braised trake."ID X

2)X is cross-dominant: He bats, bowls and throws with his right hand, but writes with his left hand.X also practices left-handed throws at the nets on a regular basis.He appears to show little preference for the slow and low wickets which are typical in India, and has scored many centuries on the hard, bouncy pitches in South Africa and Australia.He is known for his unique punch style of hitting the ball over square. In 1996,Azharuddin was credited with saying about X "Nahin jeetega! ______ ki naseeb main jeet nahin hai!",which translates into: "He won’t win! It’s not in the small one’s destiny!".ID X.

3)The origination of _____ may dwell in the short supply of cooking fuel in the Near East, which made the cooking of large foods unmanageable, while urban economies made it easy to obtain small cuts of meat at a butcher’s shop.The phrase is fundamentally Persian in origin and Arabic custom has it that the dish was excogitated by medieval persian soldiers who used their swords to grill meat over open-field fires.According to Ibn Battuta, a Moroccan traveller, in India, _____ was served in the royal houses during the Delhi Sultanate period(1206-1526 AD), and even commoners would enjoy it for breakfast with naan.The dish has been indigenous to the Near East and ancient Greece since antiquity; an early variant of _____ is attested in Greece since 8th century BCE in Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey and in classical Greece, amongst others in the works of Aristophanes,Xenophon and Aristotle.Excavations held in Akrotiri on the Greek island of Santorini by professor Christos G. Doumas, unearthed stone sets of barbecue for skewers used before the 17th century BCE.FITB

4)The word “X" comes from the Sanskrit, and means "ground", "suppressed", "crushed", or "broken to pieces".It was first used by Jyotirao Phule in the nineteenth century.According to Victor Premasagar, the term expresses the people-in-context’s "weakness, poverty and humiliation……“.ID X.

5)What is being explained here?

Urea is accumulated in tissues in preparation for overwintering, and liver glycogen is converted in large quantities to glucose in response to internal ice formation. Both urea and glucose act as "cryoprotectants" to limit the amount of ice that forms and to reduce osmotic shrinkage of cells.

Courtesy:Qrish

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  1. cerebralpursuits permalink
    November 8, 2011 11:37 pm

    1.
    2.God 🙂
    3.We are talking about Kebab.
    4.The word’s Dalit.
    5.

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