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Question 1: Emperors Diocletian (see ________) and Constantine in the third and fourth centuries AD carried out a root and branch reorganisation of the administration with two main features:
Ancient RomeRoman EmperorRoman EmpireTetrarchy

Question 2: In some minor overseas territories, instead of a Governor, there is an Administrator or ________, or the job is ex officio done by a High Commissioner.
CanadaUnited StatesCommissionerNew York

Question 3: In ________, each of the ten provinces has a Governor, appointed by the regional government.
BelgiumDenmarkSpainUnited Kingdom

Question 4: As for the three territories, they are headed by a ________ and are appointed by the Prime Minister.
United StatesCanadaCommissionerNew York

Question 5: These were governed by a Governor and ________ respectively.
JamaicaGovernor-GeneralCommonwealth realmAustralia

Question 6: colonial ________ (not the Ambassadors exchanged within the Commonwealth)
SingaporeFranceHigh CommissionerDecolonization

Question 7: The whole (or most) of Egypt was repeatedly reduced to the status of province of a larger empire under foreign conquerors, notably under an Achaemenid ________ (see below).
Achaemenid EmpireMedesAchaemenid AssyriaSatrap

Question 8: The Governor is usually placed second in the provincial power hierarchy, below the Secretary of the provincial ________ (CPC) committee (省委书记), who serves as the highest ranking Party official in the Province.
Mao ZedongCommunist Party of ChinaKuomintangDeng Xiaoping

Question 9: Each state governor is appointed by the ________ on the advice of the Premier who is the political chief executive of the state government (until 1986, they were appointed by the Queen of the United Kingdom on the advice of the British Government).
Monarchy of AustraliaParliament of AustraliaConstitutional history of AustraliaConstitution of Australia

Question 10: the ________ dynasty dispensed with the office after Shapur I (who had still 7 of them), replacing them with petty vassal rulers, known as shahdars
Achaemenid EmpireSassanid EmpireRashidun CaliphateMedes


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