Can an apostrophe be included in a job title?1 AnswerWords & Wordplay8 years ago
There's a song in the Indian movie 'Rockstar' starring Ranbir Kapoor and Nargis Fakhri played at the lead female's wedding which goes like:
Tera roop katiya karoon
Tera roon tere roon
Tera roon roon roon roon...
What does 'katiyan karoon' mean??1 AnswerWords & Wordplay9 years ago
It is a well known belief that a man can know whether or not his female sexual partner (be that his newly-wedded wife, girlfriend etc) is a virgin. What is the biological explanation to this? How does a man find out, without the woman telling him herself ofcourse?9 AnswersGender Studies9 years ago
I drafted a document with several different sections and I inserted a Table of Contents (TOC) at the top which is in accordance with the content of the document.
Now, I want to link the table to the contents in such a way that when I delete a heading and its page number from the table, the entire content is deleted from the document. The content in each section is long and I have been told that one does not have to delete it manually. Simply by deleting its heading fro the TOC, it'll be deleted from the document. Now how do I do that?
Any help will be appreciated...2 AnswersWords & Wordplay10 years ago
Is there a feature on samsung sgh i900 that allows you to activate a security lock for different folders on the phone? On earlier versions of samsung, one could lock their inbox, photos, videos etc... Is there any way the same can be done on this phone? Any help would be appreciated...
Thanks..1 AnswerCell Phones & Plans1 decade ago
There's this song in the new movie 'Up in the air' which can be heard in the background circa 01:30:00 and goes like...
'Can this road be taken, taken at all...'
That's all I can remember from the lyrics. Does anyone have any idea who the singer is or where on the web I can find the song? If on youtube, please provide the link...thanks in advance..1 AnswerMovies1 decade ago
Five people; a thin boy, a fat boy, a lady, a man and an old man need to cross a bridge in the dark. There is one lantern. A maximum of two persons can cross at a time and they must have the lantern with them. The time it takes for each one to cross is as follows:
Thin boy = 1 second
Fat boy = 3 seconds
Lady = 6 seconds
Man = 8 seconds
Old man = 12 seconds
Note: A pair must walk together at the rate of the slower person. The light from the lantern lasts only 30 seconds.
God help you all...took me a whole day to come up with the answer :P Good Luck!11 AnswersJokes & Riddles1 decade ago
I love Spooks....I just can't miss an episode...And Hustle is great too...whereas my friend votes for Early Doors, which is so plain boring and Grownups, which I like too... but I wanna know what other people think...and I'm talking about the ones that are still running..2 AnswersDrama1 decade ago
Ok so I have watched the whole series and understood every bit, but there is one part that I have forgotten and I'm too lazy to go back to watching it from the beginning.. Here it is..
Why does Jigsaw choose Hoffman to continue his legacy? I know Detective Hoffman has done something for which Jigsaw punishes him by making him play deadly games with others but what exactly is that? It's bugging me... So please help if you have any idea... Thanks in advance...2 AnswersMovies1 decade ago
I've asked this question before but to no avail. Perhaps somebody in this section might be able to help me. What is the relation between two women who share the same husband called? What is the exact term? That is, if there is any in the english language...any idea?8 AnswersTrivia1 decade ago
I played this game a lot until I finished all the cities and now I no longer have the game on my pc. I wanna know that style of female clothing which has something like a polka-dotted skirt or a poodle one, loose tops with fluffy sleeves and mary jane shoes....please...its driving me crazy...anyone any idea?1 AnswerFashion & Accessories1 decade ago
What is the relation between two women who share a husband called? I want the exact term, if there is one in the english dictionary...I know in other languages but not in english...so anyone any idea?2 AnswersWords & Wordplay1 decade ago