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Question 1: The ________ will usually lower the drape temporarily as the child is delivered so the parents can see their newborn.

Question 2: In ________ the incidence of Caesarean sections is particularly high, albeit it varies from Region to Region.

Question 3: by ________, which claims that an ancestor of Caesar was delivered in this manner.
Roman NavyCastraPliny the ElderRoman Empire

Question 4: An important distinction lies in the type of incision (longitudinal or latitudinal) made on the ________, apart from the incision on the skin.
VulvaOvaryReproductive systemUterus

Question 5: The ________ estimates the rate of Caesarean sections at between 10% and 15% of all births in developed countries.
Food and Agriculture OrganizationWorld Health OrganizationUniversal Postal UnionSwitzerland

Question 6: The Catalan saint, Raymond Nonnatus (1204-1240), received his surname — from the ________ non natus ("not born") — because he was born by Caesarean section.
Vulgar LatinOld LatinLatinRoman Empire

Question 7: The link with the Roman dictator ________, or with Roman Emperors generally, exists in other languages as well.
PompeyRoman RepublicJulius CaesarLucius Cornelius Sulla

Question 8: European travelers in the Great Lakes region of ________ during the 19th century observed Caesarean sections being performed on a regular basis.
Sub-Saharan AfricaScramble for AfricaAfricaAfrican Union

Question 9: The e/ae/æ variation reflects ________.
Hiberno-EnglishAmerican and British English differencesAmerican EnglishAmerican and British English spelling differences

Question 10: Proponents of this view consider the traditional derivation to be a ________, though the supposed link with Julius Caesar has clearly influenced the spelling.
False etymologyGerman languageSwedish languageDutch language

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