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Question 1: ________, Big Brother 10 Housemate
List of Big Brother 2009 housemates (UK)Nikki GrahamePete BennettList of Big Brother 2005 housemates (UK)

Question 2: It is a lieutenancy area, and was a ________ until 1975.
Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973FifeCounties of ScotlandOrkney

Question 3: The world centre for linoleum production was in Kirkcaldy (where it is still produced), and ________ grown in Fife was transformed into linen locally too.

Question 4: [1] Two of the MSPs constituencies are held by Labour (Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline East) with another two by Liberal Democrats (Dunfermline West and North East Fife) and one by ________ (Central Fife).
Conservative Party (UK)Alex SalmondScottish National PartyLabour Party (UK)

Question 5: Fife is home to 4,961 ________ and 48 conservation areas.
Grade I listed buildings in South YorkshireGrade I listed buildings in SomersetGrade I listed buildings in BristolListed building

Question 6: According to the 2006 estimate, ________ is the largest settlement with a population of 48,108.

Question 7: ________, linen, coal and salt were all traded.

Question 8: It was very occasionally known by the ________ Fifeshire in old documents and maps compiled by English cartographers and authors.
AnglicisationGermanisationChristianizationCultural assimilation

Question 9: There are extinct ________ features, such as the Lomond Hills which rise above rolling farmland, and Largo Law, a volcanic plug in the east.

Question 10: Post-war Fife saw the development of Scotland's second new town, ________.


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