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Question 1: Hanging is the common method of execution in capital punishment cases in Japan, as in the cases of Norio Nagayama,[37] ________,[38] and Tsutomu Miyazaki.
Osaka school massacreMurderMamoru TakumaBorderline personality disorder

Question 2: Hanging has been a method of ________ in many countries.
StoningReligion and capital punishmentCapital punishmentTorture

Question 3: If broken, it often means the person has been murdered by manual ________.
ChokingRespiratory diseaseDrowningAsthma

Question 4: Historically, hanging was the only method of execution used in ________ and was in use as punishment for all murders until 1961, when murders were reclassified into capital and non-capital offences.
CanadaUnited KingdomBarbadosUnited States

Question 5: As a form of judicial execution in ________, hanging is thought to date from the Anglo-Saxon period.
United KingdomEnglandWalesScotland

Question 6: In the territories occupied by ________ from 1939 to 1945, strangulation hanging was a preferred means of public execution, although more criminal executions were performed by guillotine than hanging.
NazismAxis powersAdolf HitlerNazi Germany

Question 7: Bulgaria's national hero, Vasil Levski, was executed by hanging by the Ottoman court in ________ in 1873.
PlovdivChiprovtsiSofiaVarna

Question 8: hereditary peers who committed capital offences[44], as anticipated by the fictional ________, brother of Lord Peter Wimsey.
Duke of DenverCharles II of EnglandGeorge III of the United KingdomCommonwealth of England

Question 9: In ________, hanging is the most common method of suicide,[8] and in the U.S., hanging is the second most common method, after firearms.
CanadaBarbadosUnited StatesUnited Kingdom

Question 10: The last woman to be hanged was Ruth Ellis on July 13, 1955, by ________ who was a prominent hangman in the 20th century in England.
Harry Allen (executioner)Capital punishment in the United KingdomHangingAlbert Pierrepoint
















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