When I think about the number 19, my mind goes back to the time I was 19, and a few moments later, fast forward to 2019, the world seemed oblivious to the storm caused by the spread of Covid-19. Ok, enough of this, I will end it with one bonus fact. 2019 was the last time we used ’19’ as a part of the year.
Here are (19-14) questions of the day!
1. What snack item or with additions can be a whole meal, gets its name after a restaurant chef Ignacio Anaya? The word roughly translates to ‘flat-nosed’ in Spanish.
2. Louis de Broglie won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1929 for his discovery of the wave nature of which subatomic particle?
3. This word used in ‘sports’ takes its origin from an Old French word meaning- “contest between groups of knights on horseback.” Its modern use in the context of ‘games of skill’ is recorded from 1761. What word?
4. A fallout and tussle with a friend, in 1962 over a girl caused a condition called anisocoria, characterised by an unequal size due to permanent dilation, which eventually led to the contrast of dark in one and blue in the other. Whose eyes from the world of music are being described here?
5. What 4-letter word is blanked out in this Puma t-shirt, listing different running styles in increasing order of speed? (PICTURE)
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3. Tournament from tornement
4. David Bowie