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Question 1: Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador and Saskatchewan use census divisions instead of counties, and ________ uses Regional Districts.
CanadaOntarioAlbertaBritish Columbia

Question 2: The counties were first introduced in 1662, replacing the 49 fiefs (len) in ________ with the same number of counties.
Union between Sweden and NorwayScandinaviaSwedenDenmark–Norway

Question 3: The comitatus was also the historic administrative unit in the ________, which included areas of present-day neighbouring countries of Hungary.
History of HungarySrijem CountyKingdom of HungaryAdministrative divisions of the Kingdom of Hungary

Question 4: The number of counties in ________ numbers about 2,000, and has remained more or less constant since the Han Dynasty (206 BC - AD 220).
BeijingChina properXinjiangHebei

Question 5: The name 'county' was introduced by the Normans, and was derived from a Norman term for an area administered by a ________ (lord).
MargraveMarquessRoyal and noble ranksCount

Question 6: In several other cases, such as ________, the town which came to be accepted as the county town is different from that after which the shire is named.

Question 7: See the counties of Ireland and the ________.
Gaelic Athletic AssociationAll-Ireland Senior Football ChampionshipGaelic Athletic Association countyAll-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship

Question 8: Some ________ states use the term shire town to mean "county seat".
Midwestern United StatesNew EnglandNortheastern United StatesSouthern United States

Question 9: In addition "________" is actually two administrative counties, called North Tipperary and South Tipperary while the major urban centres Cork, Galway, Limerick, and Waterford have been separated from the town and rural areas of their counties.
County LimerickCounty TipperaryCounty WexfordCounty Kilkenny

Question 10: In ________,[4] Rhode Island[5] and parts of Massachusetts[6][7] counties exist only to designate boundaries for such state-level functions as park districts (Connecticut) or judicial offices (Connecticut and Massachusetts).
New JerseyConnecticutMaineGeorgia (U.S. state)


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