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Question 1: In ________, studies have shown several different factors that have contributed to the large number of centenarians there.
Ryukyu IslandsYamanashi PrefectureKagoshima PrefectureOkinawa Prefecture

Question 2: Such longevity would not be dramatically out of line with that of other ancient Greek philosophers thought to have lived beyond the age of 90 (e.g.: ________, c.
ThalesEmpedoclesXenophanesParmenides

Question 3: 120 B.C.), who, according to the doxographer, assured that the philosopher ________ (c.
DemocritusThalesPythagorasAnaxagoras

Question 4: In ________, "A hundred of these days!" (cento di questi giorni) is an augury for birthdays, to live to celebrate 100 more birthdays.
SicilyItalyFranceRome

Question 5: 270 B.C.; ________ of Cirene c.
PosidoniusEratosthenesGeminusHipparchus

Question 6: 250) gives the earliest (or at least one of the earliest) references about (plausible centenarian) longevity given by a scientist, the astronomer ________ of Nicea (c.
EratosthenesHipparchusCallippusAlmagest

Question 7: ________ is second, with 36,276 in September 2008.
JapanUnited KingdomCambodiaCanada

Question 8: A centenarian is a person who has attained the age of 100 ________ or more.
Islamic calendarYearTimeCalendar

Question 9: Much rarer, a ________ is a person who has lived to the age of 110 or more, something only achieved by about one in a thousand centenarians.
National longevity recordholdersOldest peopleSupercentenarianLongevity

Question 10: The sixth dynasty Egyptian ruler ________ is believed by some Egyptologists to have lived to the age of 100 or more (c.
Ahmose ISahureHatshepsutPepi II Neferkare







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