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Question 1: 11th century: Probable visit by ________.
Erik the RedVinlandLeif EricsonL'Anse aux Meadows

Question 2:   Barka
1515–1633? Julfar (Ras al-Khaimah)
1521–1602  ________ (Muharraq and Manama)
1521–1529?
QatarUnited Arab EmiratesBahrainSaudi Arabia

Question 3: In the early 1940s a German ________ crew installed an automated weather station on the northern tip of Labrador near Cape Chidley, nicknamed Weather Station Kurt.
U-boatGerman Type U 66 submarineGerman Type VII submarineGerman Type XXI submarine

Question 4: 17th century
Portuguese India
   1687–1749  ________

18th century
Portuguese India
   1779–1954  Dadra and Nagar Haveli
Greenways RoadMylaporePark Town, ChennaiChennai

Question 5: The population of Labrador is 26,364 (2006 census[1]), including some 30 percent Aboriginal peoples, including Inuit, ________, and Métis.
Hydro-QuébecQuebecInnuNaskapi

Question 6: Labrador has played strategic roles in both the Second World War and the ________.
Vietnam WarJoseph StalinCold WarCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 7: Conceivably, if built with federal aid, the 1949 terms of union would be amended to remove ferry service from ________ to Port-aux-Basques across the Cabot Strait.
CanadaBritish ColumbiaPrince Edward IslandNova Scotia

Question 8:  Qatif
1521?–1551? Tarut Island
1550–1551  ________
1588–1648  Matrah
QatifMuscat, OmanChittagongOrmus

Question 9: Labrador constitutes a federal electoral district electing one member to the ________.
House of Commons of CanadaSenate of CanadaPolitics of CanadaParliament of Canada

Question 10: Together with the island of Newfoundland from which it is separated by the Strait of Belle Isle, it constitutes the province of ________.
Newfoundland and LabradorNova ScotiaCanadaBritish Columbia
















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