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Question 1: Guy Verhofstadt (1953-), former Prime Minister of ________
DenmarkUnited KingdomBelgiumSpain

Question 2: ________, comparative science of cultures
EuropeChristianityIndiaS. N. Balagangadhara

Question 3: ________ (1863-1957), architect
Henry van de VeldeBrusselsBelgiumArt Nouveau

Question 4: After peaking at a student population of 414, the number of students declined quickly following the ________.
Belgian RevolutionBrusselsSouthern NetherlandsBelgium

Question 5: Corneille Heymans (1892-1968), physiologist (________ winner)
Nobel Peace PrizeNobel FoundationNobel PrizeNobel Prize controversies

Question 6: ________ (1863-1944), chemist
Linus PaulingLeo BaekelandHarvey Washington WileyTheodore William Richards

Question 7: Erwin Schrödinger (1887-1961), physicist (________ winner), visiting scholar
Nobel FoundationNobel Peace PrizeNobel Prize controversiesNobel Prize

Question 8: Ghent University (in Dutch, Universiteit Gent, abbreviated UGent) is one of the three large Flemish ________.
UniversityCollegePrivate schoolGymnasium (school)

Question 9: The original four faculties consisted of Humanities (Letters), Law, Medicine and Science, and the language of instruction was ________.
Vulgar LatinOld LatinRoman EmpireLatin

Question 10: Peter Piot (1949-), doctor, assistant secretary-general of the ________
United Nations Security CouncilIsrael, Palestine, and the United NationsUnited Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesUnited Nations







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