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Question 1: Senator - In the Senate of ________, the senators were men.
ParisFlorenceItalyRome

Question 2: This often leads to ________, which is time consuming.
United KingdomGreeceItalyMentorship

Question 3: ________ use the term to denote a widely-respected man of authority who has been through many rituals and ceremonies and has a deep knowledge of traditional lore.
MelanesiaIndigenous Australian musicIndigenous AustraliansNorfolk Island

Question 4: The term is most often used to describe those who attended the ________.
Alfred the GreatMerciaWessexWitenagemot

Question 5: Seniūnas - Ruler of Eldership, (seniūnija in Lithuanian), ________'s smallest administrative division.
SwitzerlandDenmarkLithuaniaPoland

Question 6: Elder is a role played in the family and ________ that is most common in third world, non-industrialized cultures.
Social stratificationCommunitySocial networkSociology

Question 7: It derives from the term ealdorman, from which the term ________ is also derived, meaning old man.
CountBaronEarlBaronet

Question 8: Senator comes from the ________ root sen- "old" (senex "old man"), and the senators were actually called patres — 'fathers'.
LatinOld LatinVulgar LatinRoman Empire







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