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Question 1: They were seen in the popular press as a form of uniform for stereotyped supporters of the left wing, as characterised by Labour leader ________.
Labour Party (UK)Clement AttleeMichael FootHarold Wilson

Question 2: Made of genuine Duffel, lined with a woolly ________ pattern.
Highland ClearancesScottish HighlandsScottish clanTartan

Question 3: Four front wooden or horn toggle-fastenings (known as "walrus teeth") with four rope or ________ loops to attach them to.
ButtonLeatherLeather skirtWool

Question 4: Large stocks of post-war military surplus coats available at reasonable prices to the general public meant that these coats became a ________ and popular item of clothing in the 1950s and 1960s.
GodOmnipresenceGnosticismMonotheism

Question 5: The duffle coat owes its popularity to the British ________, who issued a camel-coloured variant of it as an item of warm clothing during World War I.
HMS Ark Royal (R07)HMS Ocean (L12)HMS Illustrious (R06)Royal Navy

Question 6: The name derives from Duffel, a town in the province of ________ in Belgium where the material originates.
BerlinAntwerpLondonStockholm

Question 7: Current designs have toggles made of buffalo horn, wood or ________.
PlasticPolyvinyl chloridePolycarbonatePolystyrene

Question 8: Duffle coats are a traditional British garment, dating from 1890 when John Partridge, a manufacturer of ________ clothing, started to market coats made from duffle fabric.
EcosystemWildernessNatureNatural environment
















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