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Question 1: The boughs of a floss silk tree in Rosario, ________.
BrazilChileArgentinaBuenos Aires

Question 2: The branch of a bristlecone pine in the Snake Range of ________.
NevadaUtahWyomingColorado

Question 3: Once a branch has been cut or in any other way removed from its source, it is most commonly referred to as a stick, and a stick employed for some purpose (such as walking, ________, or beating) is often called a rod.
Corporal punishment in the homeCaningSchool corporal punishmentSpanking

Question 4: The branch of a sawtooth oak (Quercus acutissima) in ________, Portugal.
Casa do InfantePalácio da BolsaLiberdade Square (Porto)Porto

Question 5: A good example of this versatility is ________, which could be referred to as variously an "oak branch", an "oaken branch", a "branch of oak", or the "branch of an oak [tree]".
EnglandEuropeUnited StatesOak

Question 6: Twisted branches in Emirgan Park, ________.
Turkish peopleTurkeyIstanbulAnkara

Question 7: In ________ there are numerous words for branch, including seten, stofn, telgor, and hrīs.
Great Vowel ShiftOld EnglishMiddle EnglishMiddle High German

Question 8: A branch of red acacia (Acacia seyal) in Baden-Württemberg, ________.
GreecePolandGermanyNetherlands

Question 9: Often trees have certain words which, in English, are naturally collocated, such as ________ and mistletoe, which usually employ the phrase "sprig of" (as in, a "sprig of mistletoe").
HollyYerba matéFrench languageSpanish language

Question 10: Some branches from specific trees have their own names, such as osiers and withes or withies, which come from ________.
AconitumCannabisWillowSalicylic acid
















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