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Question 1: In Britain, trade union banners have been made since the 1840s, and at ________ parades, they could be counted in the hundreds.
ChristmasMay DayNew Year's DayLabor Day

Question 2: ________ in Ireland is known as the Banner County.
Whitegate, County ClareTuamgraneyCounty ClareQuin, County Clare

Question 3: The heraldic banner of the ________; the Royal Standard of Scotland, depicting the principal charge of the arms.
List of Scottish monarchsKingdom of ScotlandHistory of ScotlandScottish independence

Question 4: For example the ________ is in fact a banner of the royal arms.
Charles, Prince of WalesRoyal Standard of ScotlandRoyal Standard of the United KingdomRoyal coat of arms of the United Kingdom

Question 5: A distinction exists between the heraldic banner and the ________.
HeraldryHeraldic flagHeraldic badgeEcclesiastical heraldry

Question 6: Banners in churches have, in the past, been used mainly for ________, both inside and outside of the church building.
ProcessionTransubstantiationCatholic ChurchAmbrose

Question 7: The word derives from late Latin bandum, a cloth out of which a flag is made (________ banderia, Italian bandiera).
LatinAncient RomeRoman EmpireOld Latin

Question 8: A banner is a ________ or other piece of cloth bearing a symbol, logo, slogan or other message.
Flags whose reverse differs from the obverseFlagFlags with crossesNordic Cross flag

Question 9: A heraldic banner, also called banner of arms, displays the basic ________ only: i.e.
Royal coat of arms of ScotlandUnofficial emblem of TurkeyCoat of armsRoyal coat of arms of the United Kingdom

Question 10: ________ has the same origin meaning an official proclamation, and abandon means to change loyalty or disobey orders, semantically "to leave the cloth or flag".
EnglandWeddingBanns of marriageLondon

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