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Question 1: Another such club, founded by ________, met at the Devil Tavern near Temple Bar, also in London.
Ben JonsonEnglish Renaissance theatreBen Jonson foliosWilliam Shakespeare

Question 2: ________, tennis courts, polo grounds and exercise facilities are also common.
United StatesSwimming poolOlympic GamesAustralia

Question 3: In the ________ clubs were first established after the War of Independence.
United StatesCanadaPhilippinesAlaska

Question 4: ________ UK network of after school film clubs
National Film and Television SchoolThe Queen (film)FILMCLUBLove Actually

Question 5: The Jockey Club is not a club for jockeys; but rather exists to regulate the sport of horseracing; the ________ was until recently the regulatory body of cricket, and so on.
1787 English cricket seasonLondon Cricket ClubMarylebone Cricket ClubMiddlesex county cricket teams

Question 6: Examples include ham radio, Model Railroading, ________, creative and artistic pursuits, making, tinkering, sports and adult education.
CollectableBeer steinCollectingHobby

Question 7: The word “club,” in the sense of an association to promote good-fellowship and social intercourse, became common in ________ at the time of Tatler and The Spectator (1709–1712).
WalesEnglandScotlandUnited Kingdom

Question 8: These in 1848 were repressed in ________ and Germany, and later clubs of Berlin and Vienna were mere replicas of their English prototypes.
Czech RepublicAustriaHungaryPoland

Question 9: Country clubs offer a variety of recreational ________ facilities to its members and are usually located in suburban or rural areas.
Sports clubOlympic GamesSportIreland

Question 10: ________ are social clubs of secondary or higher education students.
Sigma ChiFraternities and sororitiesPhi Iota AlphaKappa Alpha Society

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