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Question 1: Britannic Majesty is the style used for the monarch and the crown in ________, the law of nations, and international relations.

Question 2: Even indirect actions such as paying for a service in a ________ with a coin bearing the portrait of the emperor could be punished as an act against this "maiestas".
United StatesForced prostitutionBrothelProstitution

Question 3: Britannic Majesty is famously used in all ________, where the following sentence is used:
British passportCanadian passportBritish National (Overseas)Trinidad and Tobago passport

Question 4: After the fall of Rome, Majesty was used to describe a monarch of the very highest rank - indeed, it was generally applied to ________.

Question 5: Most Excellent Majesty is mainly used in ________, where the phrase "The King's (or Queen's) Most Excellent Majesty" is used in the enacting clause.
Common lawLawAct of ParliamentLegal systems of the world

Question 6: For example, in the Mandate for Palestine of the ________, it was His Britannic Majesty who was designated as the Mandatory for Palestine.
League of NationsParis Peace Conference, 1919United Nations DayUnited Nations Trusteeship Council

Question 7: In British practice, heads of princely states in the ________ are referred to as Highness.
Informal EmpireNauruBritish EmpireBarbados

Question 8: "Majesty", however, was not used exclusively; it arbitrarily alternated with both "________" and "Grace", even in official documents.
Catholic MonarchHighnessApostolic MajestySerene Highness

Question 9: Originally, during the ________, the word maiestas was the legal term for the supreme status and dignity of the state, to be respected above everything else.
Ancient RomeRoman RepublicClassical antiquityRoman Empire

Question 10: Princely and ducal heads usually use "His ________" or some variation thereof (e.g.
Catholic MonarchSerene HighnessApostolic MajestyHighness

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