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Question 1: In ________ the term Here be dragons territory is used for unmapped areas.
OpenStreetMapGoogle EarthWikiMapiaGoogle Maps

Question 2: "Here be ________" is a phrase used to denote dangerous or unexplored territories, in imitation of the medieval practice of putting sea serpents and other mythological creatures in blank areas of maps.
Phoenix (mythology)Serpent (symbolism)DragonUnicorn

Question 3: The term appeared on the Lenox Globe around the east coast of Asia, and might be related to the ________ in the Indonesian islands, tales of which were quite common throughout East Asia.
Varanus salvadoriiKomodo dragonGila monsterBeaded lizard

Question 4: ________ trivia articles sometimes contain the tag "Here be spoilers".
CDNOWAmazon.comBox Office MojoInternet Movie Database

Question 5: 1250 AD) has dragons, as symbols of sin, in a lower "frame" below the world, balancing ________ and angels on the top, but the dragons do not appear on the map proper.
New TestamentGospelNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeJesus

Question 6: The phrase is the mantra of the blog by ________, founder of the Ubuntu Linux Distribution.
Linus TorvaldsRichard StallmanMark ShuttleworthIan Murdock

Question 7: The only known historical use of this phrase is in the ________ form "HC SVNT DRACONES" (i.e.
LatinRoman EmpireVulgar LatinOld Latin

Question 8: "Here be dragons: The scientific quest for extraterrestrial life" is the title of a book about exobiology by scientists David Koerner and ________.
Simon LeVayHuman sexualityAdolescenceSexual orientation

Question 9: A new movie set for release in 2010 is ________ which is set during the Spanish Civil war and includes the life of St.
Josemaría EscriváOpus DeiPope John Paul IIThere Be Dragons


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