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Question 1: In the 1960s ________ followed suit and wore the Ventura in Blue Hawaii.
Heartbreak HotelHound Dog (song)Don't Be CruelElvis Presley

Question 2: 1953), a Federal proceeding that is considered to be landmark in the realm of Federal ________ case law.
United States antitrust lawCompetition law theoryUnited Kingdom competition lawCompetition law

Question 3: The character ________ on NBC's Heroes wears a modified Hamilton watch on which the "Hamilton" logo has been changed to "Sylar."
Six Months AgoSylarHomecoming (Heroes)Seven Minutes to Midnight (Heroes)

Question 4: Although production levels of Hamilton-Ricoh watches was high (over 1000 per month), demand was low and consequently, the Hamilton-Ricoh partnership was unable to compete with the substantial market presence of ________.
SeikoSeiko EpsonSonyFujifilm

Question 5: In 1928 Hamilton purchased the Illinois Watch Company for in excess of $5 Million from the heirs of ________ and John Whitfield Bunn.
United StatesSpringfield, IllinoisNew JerseyJohn Whitfield Bunn and Jacob Bunn

Question 6: A decision was made to name the new company after James Hamilton, owner of a large tract of land which was granted to him from ________ and included what is now the city of Lancaster.
William PennJohn Greenleaf WhittierFriends meeting houseGeorge Fox

Question 7: The company was extremely successful in producing ________ and deck watches in large numbers to fill the needs of the US Navy, and other Allied navies as well.
LongitudeJohn HarrisonMarine chronometerClock

Question 8: In 1962, Hamilton entered into a joint venture (60% owned by Hamilton) with the Japanese watchmaking firm ________ to produce electric watches meant primarily for the Japanese market.
NECCanon (company)RicohSony

Question 9: The Hamilton Watch Company was an American manufacturer originally formed to produce high quality pocket________ and wristwatches.
ClockWatchMarine chronometerChronometer watch

Question 10: During ________, production of consumer watches was stopped, with all watches manufactured being shipped to troops.
World War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupations
















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