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Question 1: In the first 3 days, the body is still using energy from ________.

Question 2: [citation needed] After that, the liver starts processing ________, in a process called ketosis.
Adipose tissueBrown adipose tissueCollagenAdipocyte

Question 3: At this point the body "mines" the muscles and vital organs for energy, and loss of ________ becomes life-threatening.
Immune systemHematopoietic stem cellLymphatic systemBone marrow

Question 4: In October 1920, the Lord Mayor of Cork, Terence MacSwiney, died on hunger strike in ________ prison.
BrixtonStreathamCrystal Palace, LondonVauxhall

Question 5: [10] ________ awarded its cyber-freedom prize to Guillermo Fariñas in 2006.
Privacy InternationalReporters Without BordersCorruption Perceptions IndexPress Freedom Index

Question 6: As a result, with the initiative of intellectuals including Yaşar Kemal, Zülfü Livaneli, and ________, a deal was achieved between the government and prisoners.
Nâzım Hikmetİlhan BerkOrhan PamukTurkish literature

Question 7: Bharata has gone to ask the exiled ________ to come back and rule the kingdom.

Question 8: His main objective was to bring awareness and action to a list of public demands made by himself and the ________, considered[4] to be a terrorist group.
Sri LankaLiberation Tigers of Tamil EelamTamilNetSri Lankan Civil War

Question 9: Early use of hunger strikes by republicans had been countered by the British with ________, which culminated in 1917 in the death of Thomas Ashe in Mountjoy Prison.
EgyptGuantanamo Bay detention campForce-feedingEmmeline Pankhurst

Question 10: Thousands of people from the North and East flooded ________ as news of his death spread[citation needed].

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