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• In 1972, X company struck a barter agreement with the then government of the Soviet Union, in which X was granted exportation and Western marketing rights to Stolichnaya vodka in exchange for importation and Soviet marketing of Y. This exchange led to Y being the first foreign product sanctioned for sale in the U.S.S.R.

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• Pepsico• Pepsi-Cola

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• Quoting wiki, “X is a French holding company and the world's largest luxury goods conglomerate. It is the parent of around 60 sub-companies that each manage a small number of prestigious brands. The child companies are run, to a large extent, autonomously. The group was formed after mergers brought together champagne producer Moët et Chandon and Hennessy, a leading manufacturer of cognac. In 1987, they merged with fashion house Y to form the current group. “

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• LVMH • Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy

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• X was created by a 33 year old former Netscape software engineer named Jonathan Abrams. Having tried a few online dating sites, he found them "creepy". He decided to attempt to make something that more closely replicated how people really meet people - through their friends and related social connections.

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• It was awarded a patent that covers the determining and display of relationships between individuals who have entered personal information into a social network; specifically, determining who is in your circle of friends and who isn’t.

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• Friendster.com

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• The original ships used on the packaging were the Grand Turk and the Friendship. Other ships used on X’s packaging include the John Wesley, Salem, Birmingham, Maria Teresa, Propontis, Recovery, Sooloo, Star of the West, Constitution, Java,United States, and Hamilton.

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• The first product of X was a fragrance called Early American Old Spice for women, introduced in 1937.

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• You might have seen its products in saloons.

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• Old Spice

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• In the year 1698, On What unusual thing did the Russian Tsar Peter I, levy a tax?

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• Beard. • The wearing of beards, which was favored by

Orthodox doctrine, was prohibited and the Beard Tax was instituted.With the exception of the Orthodox clergy, anyone who wanted to wear a Beard was ordered to pay a special tax and obtain a token (znak) from government officials.

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• X was founded in 1864 as a competitor to Fred Lillywhite's The Guide to Cricketers.

• Its annual publication has continued uninterrupted to the present day, making it the longest running sports annual in history.

• The sixth edition was the first published under its current title; the first five were published as The Cricketer's Almanack.

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• Wisden

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• It was created in 1902 in a workshop in Geingen, Germany. The very firstmodel coded 55PB, was named 'Petsy' after a fairytale character called MasterPetz. By what name do we know it today as?

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• Teddy Bear

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• Founded in 1985 by Irwin Jacobs and Andrew Viterbi, the company sold its base station business to Ericsson and its cell phone manufacturing to Kyocera, and now focuses on developing and licensing wireless technologies. ”OmniTRACS” is one of their famous products. They also develop and distribute Eudora. Which company?

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• qualcomm

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• Back in 1890, Johnson & Johnson put together the first of its kind in response to a plea from railroad workers who needed treatment on the scene as they toiled to lay tracks across America. What?

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• First Aid kits

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• It roughly has a monthly circulation of 555,000 US and 90,000 international as of December 2005.[1] Though a well-respected magazine, it is not a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the sense of Nature; rather, it is a forum where scientific theories and discoveries are explained to a wider audience. In the past this target audience was other scientists in unrelated fields, but it is now educated general readers interested in science issues. It has been publisged published (first weekly and later monthly) since August 28, 1845, making it the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States.

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• Scientific American

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• What did Oliver Pollack create to be first used by the US on April 1, 1778?

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• The company received unwanted media publicity in the 1980s when rumors spread that the moon-and-stars logo was a satanic symbol. The accusation was based on a particular passage in the Bible, specifically Revelation 12:1, which states: "And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of 12 stars." X's logo consisted of a man's face on the moon surrounded by 13 stars, and some claimed that the logo was a mockery of the heavenly symbol alluded to in the aforementioned verse, thus construing the logo to be satanic.

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• P&G

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• A year after his arrival in New York from Germany in 1848, a chemist Charles X along with his cousin, Charles Erhart confectioner, based in Brooklyn found a company, X and Company Inc, specializing in chemicals, including tartar, borax and refined camphor.

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• During the Second World War a drug used to treat infections was in great demand and was in dire need. In 1928, in London, Sir Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin.

• In 1942, X leveraged its expertise in fermentation to become the first to achieve mass production of this drug.

• Shortly after landing in Normandy, it became the panacea to cure the Allied forces and the world was propelled into the era of modern medicine.

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• Pfizer

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• Virgin Mobile• This ad campaign was against the much hyped

Airtel Half Marathon.

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