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Question 1: A bailiwick (German: ballei) was also the territorial division of the ________.
Thirteen Years' War (1454–66)Holy Roman EmpireGermanyTeutonic Knights

Question 2: The term was also applied to a territory in which the ________'s functions were exercised by a privately appointed bailiff under a royal imperial writ.
ScotlandScots lawEnglandSheriff

Question 3: The term originated in ________ (bailie being the Old French term for a bailiff).
ItalyCanadaUnited KingdomFrance

Question 4: (For more on this French judicial system, see bailli, prévôt and ________.)
ProvenceItalian WarsAlsaceEarly Modern France

Question 5: A bailiwick (pronounced /ˈbeɪlɨwɪk/) is the area of jurisdiction of a ________.
ConstableBailiffSheriffTipstaff

Question 6: The word is now more generally used in a ________ sense, to indicate a sphere of authority, experience, activity, study, or interest.
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