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Question 1: Bartolomeo Vanzetti, Italian ________ executed in 1927 following a controversial American trial
Individualist anarchismHenry David ThoreauNoam ChomskyAnarchism

Question 2: The fishmongers were one of the earliest guilds established in the ________, being granted a Royal Charter by Edward I.
City of LondonGreater LondonBristolCity of Westminster

Question 3: ________ in his book Lo! compiles the story of the Mad Fishmonger or "St.
MediumshipParanormalCryptozoologyCharles Fort

Question 4: In the English translation of the ________ series, the village fishmonger is called Unhygienix.
AsterixAsterix and the GothsAsterix at the Olympic GamesAsterix the Gaul

Question 5: This was soon rescinded though and their wealth increased further so that, during the reign of ________, the guild could provide £40 to the war against the French, this being a great sum at that time.
Edward I of EnglandEdward II of EnglandEdward III of EnglandRichard II of England

Question 6: They were given a monopoly over the crying and selling of fish and they regulated the catching of fish in the ________ which teemed with fish such as salmon at that time.
Henley-on-ThamesTidewayThames EstuaryRiver Thames

Question 7: A fishmonger (fishwife for women practitioners - "wife" in this case used in its archaic meaning of "woman") is someone who sells ________ and seafood.
FishPelagic fishFish anatomyForage fish

Question 8: During the reign of ________, the political power of the fishmongers waned and Parliament decreed that no fishmonger could become mayor of the city.
Edward III of EnglandEdward II of EnglandEdward I of EnglandRichard II of England

Question 9: In some countries modern ________ are replacing fishmongers who operate in shops or markets.
CostcoSupermarketSafeway Inc.Food

Question 10: Fishmongers can be wholesalers or ________, and are trained at selecting and purchasing, handling, gutting, boning, filleting, displaying, merchandising and selling their product.
MarketingPricingShoppingRetailing
















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