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Question 1: The city is home to ________'s Health Professions Campus.
Willamette UniversityGeorge Fox UniversityLinfield CollegePacific University

Question 2: Their population was greatly reduced after contact in the late 18th century with Europeans, who carried smallpox, syphilis, and ________.
MalariaAIDSPlasmodium falciparumBabesiosis

Question 3: About 6.0% of families and 9.2% of the population were below the ________, including 10.9% of those under age 18 and 7.2% of those age 65 or over.
BhutanBasic needsPoverty thresholdCanada

Question 4: In 1972, the Hillsboro City Council passed a Green River Ordinance banning door-to-door solicitation, but it was ruled unconstitutional by the ________ in a 1988 decision.
Florida Supreme CourtOklahoma Supreme CourtOregon Supreme CourtMontana Supreme Court

Question 5: Modes of transportation include private vehicles, public buses and light rail, and aircraft using the ________.
Hillsboro AirportHillsboro Civic CenterHillsboro Police Department (Oregon)Hillsboro, Oregon

Question 6: Public schools in Hillsboro are operated by the ________ (1J).
Hillsboro, OregonCity View Charter SchoolHillsboro School DistrictOrenco Station

Question 7: [31] The city is located in the Tualatin Valley, and the ________ forms part of the southern city limits.
Hillsboro, OregonWashington County, OregonFanno CreekTualatin River

Question 8: Transportation by riverboat on the ________ was part of Hillsboro's settler economy.
Tualatin RiverWashington County, OregonHillsboro, OregonFanno Creek

Question 9: The Hillsboro libraries are part of Washington County Cooperative Library Services, which allows residents to use other libraries in the county and includes ________.
ISO 10160Google BooksISO 10161Interlibrary loan

Question 10: Properties listed on the ________ (NRHP) in and around Hillsboro include the Old Scotch Church, completed in 1876 north of the city.
History of the National Register of Historic PlacesProperty type (National Register of Historic Places)National Park ServiceNational Register of Historic Places


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