Question 1: Legitimacy was formerly of great consequence, in that only legitimate children could ________ their fathers' estates.
Question 2: Legitimacy also continues to be relevant to hereditary titles: only legitimate children are usually admitted to the ________.
Question 3: This is true of the United States, and its constitutionality was upheld by the [3 ] Supreme Court in . ________
Question 4: In many societies, law has denied illegitimate persons the same rights of ________ as legitimate persons, and in some societies, even the same civil rights.
Question 5: In previous centuries unwed mothers were forced by social pressure to give their children up for ________.
Question 6: In several countries, including Bulgaria, France, Scotland and Wales (but not the whole UK), ________, and all of Scandinavia except for Denmark, more than half of births in 2007 were extramarital.
Question 7: A contribution to the decline of the concept of illegitimacy had been made by increased ease of obtaining ________.
Question 8: Likewise under ________, in most religious jurisdictions.
Question 9: In the ancient ________ phrase, " " ("The mother is always certain"), while the father is not. Mater semper certa est
Question 10: At ________, legitimacy is the status of a child who is born to parents who are legally married to one another, or who is born shortly after the parents' marriage ends through divorce.