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Question 1: For example, in the New Forest, ________, such grazed areas are common and are known as lawns, for example Balmer Lawn.
EnglandWalesScotlandUnited Kingdom

Question 2: Other plants for fine lawns in the right conditions are camomile and ________.

Question 3: Lawns became popular in ________ from the Middle Ages onward.
EuropeEastern EuropeWestern EuropeBalkans

Question 4: Areas of grass grazed regularly by rabbits, ________ or sheep over a long period often form a very low, tight sward similar to a modern lawn.
HorseDonkeyEquus (genus)Arabian horse

Question 5: A lawn is an area of recreational or amenity land planted with grass, and sometimes ________ and other plants, which are maintained at a low, even height.
AlfalfaFabaceaeTrifolium repensClover

Question 6: Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Kuwait and Belize have also placed restrictions on the use of the herbicide ________.
AcetochlorMonolinuron2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acidGlyphosate

Question 7: Lawns are a standard feature of ornamental private and public ________ and landscapes in much of the world today.
GardeningGardenBagh (garden)Garden design

Question 8: They are typically planted near homes, often as part of ________, and are also used in other ornamental landscapes and gardens.
Bagh (garden)Garden designGardenGardening

Question 9: Lawns belonging to wealthy people were sometimes maintained by the labour-intensive methods of scything and shearing—in most cases, however, they were pasture land which was maintained through grazing by sheep or other ________.

Question 10: Some forest areas where extensive ________ is practiced still have these semi-natural lawns.

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