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Question 1: In ________ the term of Gaelic derivation, clachan, is often preferred to the term "hamlet"[4].
WalesUnited KingdomEnglandScotland

Question 2: [5] ________ used to be a city, but has now been amalgamated into the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, thus making it a hamlet.
Fort McMurrayCalgaryFort Chipewyan, AlbertaEdmonton

Question 3: Hamlets do not provide services such as utilities or fire protection, and do not have the authority to levy ________ or fees.
Income taxExciseTaxTax haven

Question 4: A hamlet is traditionally defined ________ as a village or settlement that usually does not have its own church, belonging to a parish of another village or town.
Biblical canonChristologyChristian theologyEcclesiology

Question 5: In ________, specifically in Clackamas County, a hamlet is a form of local government for small communities, which allows the citizens therein to organize and co-ordinate community activities.
ColoradoWashingtonOregonIdaho

Question 6: In the ________, the word 'hamlet' has no defined legal meaning, although hamlets are recognised as part of land use planning policies and administration.
EnglandWalesCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 7: In ________ hamlets are called cătunuri (singular: cătun), and they represent villages that contain several houses at most.
MoldovaRomaniaHungaryGreece

Question 8: In numerous provinces in ________, there are officially designated municipalities generally smaller than villages, classified as hamlets.
CanadaUnited StatesBarbadosUnited Kingdom

Question 9: The area of a hamlet may not be exactly defined and may simply be contained within the ________ of its post office, or may be defined by its school or fire district.
ZIP codeWashington, D.C.AtlantaDenver

Question 10: Some hamlets, particularly those that have a ________ church, may be the result of the depopulation of a village.
High Middle AgesMiddle AgesLate Middle AgesEarly Middle Ages







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