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Cleveland, England: Quiz


Question 1: Its original roughly conical form was undercut by extensive mining, giving it a jagged appearance that many have thought reminiscent of the ________ mountain.
ZermattWeisshornMatterhornMonte Rosa

Question 2: The county was abolished in 1996[3] with its boroughs becoming unitary authorities and the Tees re-established as the border between ________ and County Durham for ceremonial purposes only.
NorthallertonWest YorkshireNorth YorkshireSouth Yorkshire

Question 3: The county was called "Cleveland", instead of "Teesside" as originally proposed in the Local Government Bill, due to fears in areas not part of the old Teesside ________ that it represented a takeover.
Metropolitan countyMetropolitan boroughCounty boroughCity

Question 4: Of Cleveland's 6 MPs, ________ and Frank Cook (both Labour) voted against, with Tim Devlin and Michael Bates (both Conservative) voted for.
Peter HainJohn Reid (politician)Peter MandelsonMo Mowlam

Question 5: This was fiercely contested by Cleveland ________, who applied for judicial review over the decision.
County councilGreater LondonLocal Government Act 1972County borough

Question 6: Stuart Bell and ________ (both Labour) were present at the debate but did not vote.
Peter MandelsonDavid MilibandGordon BrownJack Straw

Question 7: Cleveland is a ________ archdeaconry, in the Diocese of York.
Church of EnglandBishop of LincolnBishop of LichfieldArchbishop of Canterbury

Question 8: Cleveland (pronounced /ˈkliːvlənd/) is an area in the north east of ________.
EnglandUnited KingdomScotlandWales

Question 9: The Cleveland Hills, in the southern part of the district, were key suppliers of the ironstone that was essential to the running of the ________ alongside the River Tees.
Blast furnaceSteelSmeltingWrought iron

Question 10: Cleveland, England at the ________
Time WarnerJim BarksdaleOpen Directory ProjectLife (magazine)

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