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Post time: 15-4-12 22:46:47
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Edited by pkb at 20-5-2012 08:13




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So dear pals, we are here with your favorite Daily Quiz Contest.
Welcome to the world of quiz, participate and get rewarded by the mods.



    Quiz System:(How the questions will be asked)
  • Every Day at 2:30 PM I Will Ask Quiz.
  • You have to submit the answers via PM to me.
  • Submit your answers before 10:30 AM of the coming day.
  • Winner of today's quiz will be announced before or at 11:30 AM,tomorrow.
  • The WINNER has to reply within 3 hours, i.e within 2:30 PM to claim their rewards.

Submit System:(How you will reply me with your answers)

    Your PM Subject:
  • Answer of Quiz No.X (here x is the number of quiz you are answering to)

    Your PM Body :
  • Ans1:
  • Ans2:
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    Question Types:(Types of questions you can expect)
  • MCQ: For multiple choice questions answers can be multiple. For multiple answers your wrong answer will cause some negative point.
  • True false questions: Just reply with true or false.
  • Discussion: For questions demanding explanation, your answer should be short and effective.
  • Passage Correction: In this method, you just have to correct and rewrite the whole passage.


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  • Your reply will contain ONLY an answer to what you have been asked on the results announcement, by DQC manager.


    Prize:
  • Every right answer will get you 10 UC money.
  • 1 karma as bonus if all answers are correct in 3-5 question quiz
  • 2 karma as bonus if all answers are correct in 6-8 question quiz
  • 3 karma as bonus if all answers are correct in 9-10 question quiz

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    Post time: 16-4-12 22:33:54
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    Edited by dqc_manager at 16-4-2012 21:33

    Quiz #1


    Good Evening Bro's, Today's Quiz is "special quiz" with FIVE winners
    :

    Que 1. How many teeth does the cat have?
    Que 2. Who is the current C.E.O. of Apple company?
    Que 3. I am a kind of room which has no windows or doors. What am I?! D:
    Que 4. What do you throw out when you want to use it but take in when you don't want to use it?
    Que 5. Which one is correct to say, "The yolk of the egg are white?"or "The yolk of the egg is white?"?
    Que 6. What horse never comes out during daytime?
    Que 7. Which is the largest producer of Tin in the world?
    Que 8. Who is the founder of modern Germany?
    Que 9. How many planets are there in the Solar System?
    Que 10. Have you read all the new rules on UCF?!

    BEST OF LUCK Friends. Time keeps on Ticking! It never waits.! So Hurry Guys And Keep Playing And Remember To Send Me Your Answer Via P.M Before Tommorow 9:30 AM (GMT), 3 PM (IST).




    Post time: 17-4-12 18:57:59
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    Winner Announcement Of Quiz #1 DQC™






    Correct Answers:
    Ans 1. 30.

    Ans 2. Tim Cook.

    Ans 3. Mushroom.

    Ans 4. Anchor.

    Ans 5. None,the yolk of the egg is yellow.

    Ans 6. Nightmare.

    Ans 7. China(official)/indonesia(black market).

    Ans 8. Bismarck.

    Ans 9. Eight only.

    Ans 10. Yes.





    The Winners are zombiezoom [10/10], an00p89162 [10/10], mastboy88 [10/10], 1lastbr3ath [10/10], ajapheth86 [9/10].  

    Other Participants Are :
    ☺akt255 [7/10]
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    ☺C-DAC [7/10]
    ☺Amangautam01 [9/10]
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    ☺Suhasa010 [9/10]
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        Bro, Please Write Something About Apple Inc., Mushroom, China, Bismarck, Solar system respectively To get the reward.

    Post time: 17-4-12 20:09:07
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    dqc_manager replied at 17-4-2012 12:57
    Winner Announcement Of Quiz #1 DQC™

    Apple Inc.



    Apple Inc. (formerly Apple Computer, Inc.) is an American multinational corporation that designs and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers. The company's best-known hardware products are the Macintosh line of computers, the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad. Its software includes the Mac OS X operating system; the iTunes media browser; the iLife suite of multimedia and creativity software; the iWork suite of productivity software; Aperture, a professional photography package; Final Cut Studio, a suite of professional audio and film-industry software products; Logic Studio, a suite of music production tools; the Safari web browser; and iOS, a mobile operating system.

    Apple was established on April 1, 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne, to sell the Apple I personal computer kit. They were hand-built by Wozniak and first shown to the public at the Homebrew Computer Club. The Apple I was sold as a motherboard (with CPU, RAM, and basic textual-video chips)—less than what is today considered a complete personal computer. The Apple I went on sale in July 1976 and was market-priced at $666.66 ($2,723 in 2012 dollars)

    As of July 2011, Apple has 357 retail stores in ten countries, and an online store. It is the largest publicly traded company in the world by market capitalization, overtopping ExxonMobil by some $150 billion, as well as the largest technology company in the world by revenue and profit, more than Google and Microsoft combined. As of September 24, 2011, the company had 60,400 permanent full-time employees and 2,900 temporary full-time employees worldwide; its worldwide annual revenue in 2010 totalled $65 billion, growing to $108 billion in 2011.

    Fortune magazine named Apple the most admired company in the United States in 2008, and in the world from 2008 to 2012. However, the company has received widespread criticism for its contractors' labor, and for its environmental and business practices.

    On January 17, 2011, Jobs announced in an internal Apple memo that he would take another medical leave of absence, for an indefinite period, to allow him to focus on his health. Chief operating officer Tim Cook took up Jobs' day-to-day operations at Apple, although Jobs would still remain "involved in major strategic decisions for the company."[104] Apple became the most valuable consumer-facing brand in the world. In June 2011, Steve Jobs surprisingly took the stage and unveiled iCloud. iCloud is an online storage and syncing service for music, photos, files and software which replaced MobileMe, Apple's previous attempt at content syncing. This would be the last product launch Jobs would attend before his death.

    On August 24, 2011, Jobs resigned his position as CEO of Apple. He was replaced by Tim Cook and Jobs became Apple's chairman. Prior to this, Apple did not have a chairman and instead had two co-lead directors, Andrea Jung and Arthur D. Levinson, who continued with those titles until Levinson became Chairman of the Board in November.

    On October 5, 2011, Apple announced that Jobs had died, marking the end of an era for Apple Inc.

    On January 19, 2012, Apple's Phil Schiller introduced iBooks Textbooks for iOS and iBook Author for Mac OS X in New York. This was the first major announcement by Apple since the passing of Steve Jobs, who stated in his biography that he wanted to reinvent the textbook and education.

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    Post time: 17-4-12 20:33:43
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    The Solar System consists of the Sun and the astronomical objects gravitationally bound in orbit around it, all of which formed from the collapse of a giant molecular cloud approximately 4.6 billion years ago. The vast majority of the system's mass is in the Sun.
    Of the many objects that orbit the Sun, most of the mass is contained within eight relatively solitary planets whose orbits are almost circular and lie within a nearly
    flat disc called the ecliptic plane . The four smaller inner planets, Mercury , Venus, Earth and Mars, also called the terrestrial planets , are primarily composed of rock and metal. The four outer planets, the gas giants , are substantially more massive than the terrestrials. The two
    largest, Jupiter and Saturn , are composed mainly of hydrogen and helium; the two outermost planets, Uranus and Neptune, are composed largely of ices, such as water, ammonia and methane, and are often referred to
    separately as "ice giants". The Solar System is also home to a number of regions
    populated by smaller objects. The asteroid belt , which lies between Mars and Jupiter, is similar to the
    terrestrial planets as it is composed mainly of rock and
    metal. Beyond Neptune's orbit lie the Kuiper belt and scattered disc ; linked populations of trans-Neptunian objects composed mostly of ices such as water, ammonia and methane. Within these populations, there are five
    objects, Ceres, Pluto, Haumea, Makemake and Eris, that are recognized by the IAU to be large enough to have been rounded by their own gravity, and are thus termed dwarf planets, and dozens of objects more that are considered dwarf-planet candidates. In addition to thousands of small bodies in those two regions, various other small body populations, such as comets, centaurs and interplanetary dust , freely travel between regions. Six of the planets and three of the dwarf planets are orbited by natural satellites , usually termed "moons" after Earth's Moon. Each of the outer planets is encircled by planetary rings of dust and other particles. The solar wind , a flow of plasma from the Sun, creates a bubble in the interstellar medium known as the heliosphere, which extends out to the edge of the scattered disc . The hypothetical Oort cloud , which acts as the source for long-period comets , may also exist at a distance roughly a thousand times further than the
    heliosphere. The heliopause is the point at which pressure from the solar wind is equal to the opposing pressure of interstellar wind . The Solar System is located within one of the outer arms of Milky Way galaxy , which contains about 200 billion stars.

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    Otto Eduard Leopold, Prince of Bismarck, Duke of Lauenburg (1 April 1815 – 30 July 1898), simply known as Otto von Bismarck , was a German statesman who unified numerous German states into a powerful German Empire under Prussian leadership, then created a "balance of power" that preserved peace in Europe from 1871 until 1914.
    As Minister President of Prussia from 1862–90, Bismarck supervised wars that made Prussia dominant over Austria and France. In 1867 he also became Chancellor of the North German Confederation . Bismarck designed and created the German Empire in 1871, becoming its first Chancellor and largely controlling its affairs until he was removed by Kaiser (Emperor) William II in 1890. His diplomacy of Realpolitik and powerful rule gained him the nickname the "Iron Chancellor". As Henry Kissinger has noted, "The man of 'blood and iron' wrote prose of extraordinary directnessand lucidity, comparable in distinctiveness to Churchill 's use of the English language."

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    MUSHROOM

                        A mushroom is the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting body of a fungus, typically produced above ground on soil or on its food source. The standard for the name "mushroom" is the cultivated white button mushroom,'Agaricus bisporus'; hence the word "mushroom" is most often applied to those fungi (Basidiomycota,Agaricomycetes) that have a stem (stipe), a cap (pileus), and gills (lamellae, sing.lamella) or pores on the underside of the cap.
               "Mushroom" describes a variety of gilled fungi, with or without stems, and the term is used even more generally, to describe both the fleshy fruiting bodies of some Ascomycota and the woody or leathery fruiting bodies of some Basidiomycota, depending upon the context of the word.

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    Post time: 17-4-12 21:59:50
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    Edited by mastboy88 at 17-4-2012 19:50

    The greater part of the country is mountainous. Its principal ranges are the Tien Shan, the Kunlun chain, and the Trans-Himalaya. In the southwest is Tibet, which China annexed in 1950. The Gobi Desert lies to the north. China proper consists of three great river systems: the Yellow River (Huang He), 2,109 mi (5,464 km) long; the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang), the third-longest river in the world at 2,432 mi (6,300 km); and the Pearl River (Zhu Jiang), 848 mi (2,197 km) long.
    Government
    Communist state.
    History
    The earliest recorded human settlements in what is today called China were discovered in the Huang He basin and date from about 5000 B.C. During the Shang dynasty (1500–1000 B.C. ), the precursor of modern China's ideographic writing system developed, allowing the emerging feudal states of the era to achieve an advanced stage ofcivilization, rivaling in sophistication any society found at the time in Europe,the Middle East, or the Americas. It was following this initial flourishing of civilization, in a period known as the Chou dynasty (1122–249 B.C. ), that Lao-tse, Confucius, Mo Ti, and Mencius laid the foundation of Chinese philosophical thought.

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    Post time: 17-4-12 22:30:12
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    Quiz #2





    Good Evening Bro's, Today's Quiz is with one winner" " :



    Que 1.
    What goes up and down the stairs without moving?

    Que 2.
    The man who invented it doesn't want it. The man who bought it doesn't need it. The man who needs it doesn't know it. What is it?

    Que 3.
    What can you catch but not throw?



    BEST OF LUCK Friends. Time keeps on Ticking! It never waits.! So Hurry Guys And Keep Playing And Remember To Send Me Your Answer Via P.M Before Tommorow 9:30 AM (GMT), 3 PM (IST).

    Post time: 18-4-12 18:37:04
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    Winner Announcement Of Quiz # 2 DQC™






    Correct Answers:
    Ans 1. Carpet/staircase

    Ans 2. Coffin

    Ans 3. Cold






    The Winner is
    zombiezoom [3/3] 

    Other Participants Are :

    ☺Yash32 [3/3]
    ☺adas0496 [2/3]
    ☺mastboy88 [3/3]
    ☺ajapheth86 [3/3]
    ☺Sk.Hossain [3/3]
    ☺akt255 [3/3]
    ☺an00p89162 [3/3]
    ☺vishal346 [2/3]
    ☺suhasa010 [3/3]
    ☺Amangautam01 [0/3]


        Bro, Please Write Something About coffin To get the reward.

    Post time: 18-4-12 18:47:05
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    Edited by zombiezoom at 18-4-2012 12:48
    dqc_manager replied at 18-4-2012 12:37
    Winner Announcement Of Quiz # 2 DQC™

    Coffin




    A coffin is a funerary box used in the display and containment of dead people – either for burial or cremation.
    Contemporary North American English makes a distinction between "coffin" and "casket". A coffin is generally understood to denote a funerary box having eight sides, and a casket, which generally denotes a four-sided (almost always rectangular) box.


    First attested in English 1380, the word coffin derives from the Old French cofin, from Latin cophinus, which is the latinisation of the Greek κόφινος (kophinos), "basket". The earliest attested form of the word is the Mycenaean Greek ko-pi-na, written in Linear B syllabic script. Any box used to bury the dead in is a coffin. Use of the word "casket" in this sense began as a euphemism introduced by the undertaker's trade in North America; a "casket" was originally a box for jewelry. North Americans may draw a distinction between "coffins" and "caskets", using coffin to refer to a tapered hexagonal or octagonal (also considered to be anthropoidal in shape) box used for a burial and casket to refer to a rectangular burial box with a split lid used for viewing the deceased as seen in the picture above. Receptacles for cremated and cremulated human ashes (sometimes called "cremains" in North America) are called urns.

    A coffin may be buried in the ground directly, placed in a burial vault or cremated. Alternatively it may be entombed above ground in a mausoleum, a chapel, a church, or in a loculus in catacombs. Some countries practice one form almost exclusively, whereas in others it may depend on the individual cemetery.

    The handles and other ornaments (such as doves, stipple crosses, crucifix, symbols etc.) that go on the outside of a coffin are called fittings (sometimes called 'coffin furniture' - not to be confused with furniture that is coffin shaped) while organising the inside of the coffin with fabric of some kind is known as "trimming the coffin".

    Cultures that practice burial have widely different styles of coffin. In some varieties of Orthodox Judaism, the coffin must be plain, made of wood and contain no metal parts or adornments. These coffins use wooden pegs instead of nails. In China and Japan, coffins made from the scented, decay-resistant wood of cypress, sugi, thuja and incense-cedar are in high demand. Certain Aboriginal Australian groups use intricately decorated tree-bark cylinders sewn with fibre and sealed with adhesive as coffins. The cylinder is packed with dried grasses.

    Sometimes coffins are constructed to permanently display the corpse, as in the case of the glass-covered coffin of the Haraldskær Woman on display in the Church of Saint Nicolai in Vejle, Denmark or the glass-coffin of Vladimir Lenin which is in the Red Square in Moscow.
    When a coffin is used to transport a deceased person, it can also be called a pall, a term that also refers to the cloth used to cover the coffin.

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    Post time: 18-4-12 22:35:08
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    Edited by dqc_manager at 18-4-2012 20:10

    Quiz #3





    Good Evening Bro's, Today's Quiz is " " :



    Que 1.
    Which is the silent place in the earth?

    Que 2.
    Which company bulid the silent room in the world?

    Que 3.
    How many people survived in the tragedy of Titanic?




    BEST OF LUCK Friends. Time keeps on Ticking! It never waits.! So Hurry Guys And Keep Playing And Remember To Send Me Your Answer Via P.M Before Tommorow 9:30 AM (GMT), 3 PM (IST).

    Post time: 19-4-12 19:38:15
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    Edited by dqc_manager at 19-4-2012 17:11

    Winner Announcement Of Quiz #3 DQC™






    Correct Answers:
    Ans 1. Anerchonic Chamber

    Ans 2. Orfield Laboratories

    Ans 3. 706 survived





    The Winner is
    adas0496 [2/3]  


    Other Participants Are :

    ☺akt255 [2/3]
    ☺Suhasa010 [1/3]
    ☺vishal346 [2/3]
    ☺Yash32 [2/3]
    ☺zombiezoom [1/3]
    ☺Sk.HoSsAiN [0/3]
    ☺nav3n [2/3]
    ☺an00p89162 [1/3]
    ☺mastboy88 [1/3]
    ☺parvatamalli [1/3]
    ☺Amangautam01 [0/3]
    ☺rbnkmknr [0/3]


        Bro, Please Write Something About Anerchonic Chamber To get the reward.

    Post time: 19-4-12 20:32:18
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    Anechoic chamber

    Edited by adas0496 at 19-4-2012 18:06


    An anechoic(or Anerchonic) chamber [an-echoic meaning non-echoing or echo-free] is a room designed to stop reflections of either sound or electromagnetic waves. They are also insulated from exterior sources of noise . The combination of both aspects means they simulate a quiet open-space of infinite dimension, which is useful when exterior influences would otherwise give false results.
    Anechoic chambers, a term coined by American acoustics expert Leo Beranek , were originally used in the context of acoustics ( sound waves ) to minimize the reflections of a room. More recently, rooms designed to reduce reflection and external noise in radio frequencies have been used to test antennas, radars, or electro-magnetic interference .
                    Anechoic chambers range from small compartments the size of household microwave ovens to ones as large as aircraft hangars . The size of the chamber depends on the size of the objects to be tested and the frequency range of the signals used, although scale models can sometimes be used by testing at shorter wavelengths.
                 Anechoic chambers are commonly used in acoustics to conduct experiments in nominally "free field" conditions. All sound energy will be traveling away from the source with almost none reflected back. Common anechoic chamber experiments include measuring the transfer function of a loudspeaker or the directivity of noise radiation from industrial machinery. In general, the interior of an anechoic chamber is very quiet, with typical noise levels in the 10–20 dBA range.
                    According to Guinness World Records , 2005, Orfield Laboratory's NIST certified Eckel Industries -designed anechoic chamber is "The quietest place on earth" measured at 9.4 dBA.  The human ear can typically detect sounds above 0 dBA, so a human in such a chamber would perceive the surroundings as devoid of sound.

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    Quiz # 4





    Good Evening Bro's, Today's Quiz is with one winner" " :



    Que 1.
    Where is Braken Cave located?

    Que 2.
    In how much time did the poison of stone fish kill a man?
    Que 3.
    Which is the only bird which can see blue color?



    BEST OF LUCK Friends. Time keeps on Ticking! It never waits.! So Hurry Guys And Keep Playing And Remember To Send Me Your Answer Via P.M Before Tommorow 9:30 AM (GMT), 3 PM (IST).

    Post time: 20-4-12 19:06:36
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    Edited by dqc_manager at 20-4-2012 16:37

    Winner Announcement Of Quiz # 4 DQC™






    Correct Answers:
    Ans 1. San Antonio,Texas

    Ans 2. 2hrs approx.

    Ans 3. Owl






    The Winner is
    vishal346 [3/3]  


    Other Participants Are :

    ☺akt255 [2/3]
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    ☺Yash32 [2/3]
    ☺parvatamalli [3/3]
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    ☺ajapheth86 [3/3]
    ☺Sk.HoSsAiN [3/3]
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        Bro, Please Write Something About Braken caves To get the reward.
    sorry for the late results network problem

    Post time: 20-4-12 21:23:29
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    Edited by vishal346 at 20-4-2012 18:54

    Bracken Cave is the largest known habitat for Mexican Free-tailed Bats. It is located in southern Comal County, Texas, outside the city of San Antonio. Bracken Cave houses a colony of over 20 million bats, making it the largest known concentration of mammals. Access to the cave is restricted to protect the habitat of the resident bats.

    The cave is owned by Bat Conservation International, which restores the land around the cave to support an abundant variety of wildlife.
      

    Bracken is located at
    29°36′36″N 98°19′16″W / 29.6099493°N 98.3211244°W / 29.6099493; -98.3211244, 801 feet (244 m) above sea level. It is considered a part of the Texas Hill Country.

    Bracken Cave is found near the town and is notable for housing the largest collection of Mexican free-tailed bats in the world, numbering 20 million in habitation during spring migration. As a result, the cave also holds the record for the largest known concentration of mammals in the world. These bats have ventured to the cave for 10,000 years, helping the local agrarian economy by controlling the insect population.

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    Post time: 23-4-12 22:37:14
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    Edited by dqc_manager at 24-4-2012 16:10

    Quiz # 5





    Good Evening Bro's, Today's Quiz is " special quiz with 4 winners* " :



    Que 1.
    Where does the heart of a prawn located?

    Que 2.
    How many seeds does a single sunflower have?

    Que 3.
    Which is the world's biggest aquarium?

    Que 4.
    Which bird hatches the eggs for long and how many days?

    Que 5.
    Which is the fastest bird in the world?

    Que 6.
    It has no top or bottom but it can hold flesh, bones, and blood all at the same time. What is this object?

    Que 7.
    As I walked along the path I saw something with four fingers and one thumb, but it was not flesh, fish, bone, or fowl.

    Que 8.
    Big as a biscuit, deep as a cup, Even a river can't fill it up. What is it?

    Que 9.
    What do you serve that you can't eat?

    Que 10.
    You answer me, although I never ask you questions. What am I?




    BEST OF LUCK Friends. Time keeps on Ticking! It never waits.! So Hurry Guys And Keep Playing And Remember To Send Me Your Answer Via P.M Before Tommorow 9:30 AM (GMT), 3 PM (IST).
  • sorry i was busy at home yesterday that's why special quiz with 4 winners.
  • Post time: 24-4-12 19:03:28
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    Winner Announcement Of Quiz # 5 DQC™






    Correct Answers:
    Ans 1. In its head.

    Ans 2. 2000.

    Ans 3. The George Aquarium.

    Ans 4. Royal Albetroos, 82 days.

    Ans 5. Swine Tailed Swift.

    Ans 6. Ring.

    Ans 7. A Glove.

    Ans 8. A Kitchen Strainer.

    Ans 9. A Tennis Ball.

    Ans 10. A Telephone.





    The Winners are
    adas0496 [9/10], vishal346 [9/10], rbnkmknr [9/10], mastboy88 [9/10] 

    Other Participants Are :

    ☀zombiezoom [8/10]
    ☀Amangautam01 [8/10]
    ☀akt255 [7/10]
    ☀basel [8/10]
    ☀an00p89162 [8/10]
    ☀parvatamalli [8/10]
    ☀Sk.HoSsAiN [8/10]

        Bro, Please Write Something About George Aquarium, Royal Albetross, Spine Tailed Swift, Telephone Respectively To get the reward.

    Post time: 24-4-12 19:38:06
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    RE:

    Edited by rbnkmknr at 24-4-2012 17:11
    dqc_manager replied at 24-4-2012 16:33
    Winner Announcement Of Quiz # 5 DQC™


    The White-throated Needletail ( Hirundapus caudacutus ), also known as Needle-tailed Swift or Spine-tailed Swift , is a large swift . It is the fastest-flying bird in flapping flight, being capable of speeds up to170 km/h (105 mph).
    These birds have very short legs which they use only for clinging to vertical surfaces. They build their nests in rock crevices in cliffs or hollow trees. They never settle voluntarily on the ground andspend most of their lives in the air, living on the insects they catch in their beaks.
    These swifts breed in rocky hills in central Asia and southern Siberia . This species is migratory , wintering south in the Indian Subcontinent , Southeast Asia and Australia . It is a rare vagrant in western Europe, but has been recorded as far west as Norway , Sweden and Great Britain .
    The White-throated Needletailis a mid sized bird , similar in size to Alpine Swift , but a quite different build, with a heavier barrel-like body. They are black except for a white throat, white undertail, which extends on to the flanks, and a somewhat paler brown back.
    The Hirundapus needletailed swifts get their name from thespiny end to the tail, which is not forked as in the Apus typical swifts.
    Scientific classification
    Kingdom: Animalia
    Phylum: Chordata
    Class: Aves
    Order: Apodiformes
    Family: Apodidae
    Genus: Hirundapus
    Species: H. caudacutus
    Binomial name
    Hirundapus caudacutus

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    Edited by vishal346 at 24-4-2012 18:08

    There are two species of Royal Albatross
    1)Southern Royal Albatross
    2)Northern Royal Albatross

    1. Southern Royal Albatross
    The Southern Royal Albatross , Diomedea epomophora , is a large seabird from the albatross family . At an average wingspan of around 3 m (9.8 ft), it is the second largest albatross , behind the Wandering Albatross.The Southern Royal Albatross has a length of 112–123 cm (44–48 in) and a mean weight of 8.5 kg (19 lb). Males are about 2 to 3 kg (4.4 to 6.6 lb) heavier than females. Average wingspan has been reported from 2.9 to 3.28 m (9.5 to 10.8 ft), with an upper limit of about 3.51 m (11.5 ft). The Wandering albatross can exceed this species in maximum size and averages slightly larger, but the two species are close enough in dimensions that size cannot be used to distinguish between them. The juvenile has a white head, neck, upper mantle, rump, and underparts. There are black speckles on the mantle, and they have dark brown or black wings with white flecks on coverts . Their tail is white except for the black tip as is the under-wing. As they age the back, wings, and tail. All ages have a pink bill with black on the cutting edge on the upper mandible , and the legs are flesh. They are hard to differentiate from the Northern Royal Albatross and the Wandering Albatross , with the Southern having white on the upper wing. The average life span is 42.3 years.


    2.Northen Royal Albatross
    The Northern Royal Albatross or Toroa , Diomedea sanfordi , is a large seabird from the albatross family. It was split from the closely related Southern Royal Albatross as recently as 1998, though not all scientists support that conclusion and consider both of them to be subspecies of the Royal Albatross .
    The Northern Royal Albatross is typically about 115 cm (45 in),[4] weighs 6.2–8.2 kg (14–18 lb) and has a wingspan from 270–305 cm (110–120 in). The juvenile has a white head, neck, upper mantle, rump, and underparts. There is dark speckling on the crown and rump. Its lower mantle and back are white with more black speckling than the crown, and it has dark black- brown upper wings with white flecks on its covert. Its tail is white with a black-brown tip, as are its underwings. There is a black ban behind the leading edge of its wings between the carpal joint and the tip. As they age, its head, back, rump, tail, and scapular region whiten. All ages have a pink bill with a black cutting edge on the upper mandible, along with flesh colored legs. The Northern Royal Albatross can be distinguished from the Southern at sea by its upper wings, the plumage of which are all dark compared to the large areas of white on the Southern. The two species also differ in behavior.

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    Georgia Aquarium

    Edited by adas0496 at 24-4-2012 18:15

    The Georgia Aquarium , located in Atlanta , Georgia , United States, at Pemberton Place , is the world's largest aquarium with more than 8.5-million-US-gallon (32,000 m 3 ) of marine and fresh water housing more than 120,000 animals of 500 different species. The aquarium's notable specimens include four young whale sharks , four beluga whales , eleven Bottlenose dolphins , three Great hammerhead sharks , and four manta rays .
    Funded mostly by a US $250 million donation from Home Depot co-founder Bernard Marcus , the aquarium was built on a 20-acre (8.1 ha) site north of Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta. Marcus credited his 60th birthday dinner at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in 1990 among the inspirations behind his desire to build an aquarium in Atlanta.

    On November 23, 2005, Georgia Aquarium officially opened its doors to the public. Through a path of more than sixty exhibits, the Aquarium tells a global water story, with features modeled after the greatest zoos and aquariums in the world. Each majestic exhibit is designed to inspire, entertain and educate.

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    TELEPHONE
    On June 2, 1875, Alexander Graham Bell while experimenting with his technique called "harmonic telegraph" discovered he could hear sound over a wire. The sound was that of a twanging clock spring.
    Bell's greatest success was achieved onMarch 10, 1876, marked not only the birth of the telephone but the death of the multiple telegraph as well. The communications potential contained in his demonstration of being able to "talkwith electricity"

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    Edited by dqc_manager at 24-4-2012 20:28

    Quiz #6





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    Edited by dqc_manager at 25-4-2012 20:48

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