The term X when used as a unit of measurement (for body weights) equals 6.35 Kg. It also appears in the Bible,in a different context. Due to another meaning associated with X, special care was taken in using the ‘-ing’ form of the word and not the ‘-ed’ form during certain modern revisions of the Bible. Similar controversy arose from the word appearing in a certain song by Bob Dylan.
What is X?
….Another easy one…
This song has a paragraph in Spanish which Google Translate will blindly translate for you as:
Now you dance for me today
For our day
You forget what problems are
Some ‘general knolij’ , and a nice funda.
The tamilian artisan sect A, that owes its name to a distinct variety of clay pots.
The tamilian fisherman sect, that is A
, used boats B, similar to shown in pic B.
The english word for B, a distortion of the original Indian usage, was coined by the pirate/explorer C, shown in pic C.
As usual, A, B , C?
Lastly, connect B to D, shown in this pic..
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X was a German academic in the field of literature and linguistics, and a librarian. During his extended period of free-book-readings, he coined the term Y in his language, to describe a particular sort of educative novels.
Few examples of the sort of novels, are shown here. Figuring out a common motif might help.
harry potter series
So, I’ll have the usual please. X and Y?
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