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Question 1: The Italian Redshirts followed ________ in the Italian unification.
RomeCamillo Benso, conte di CavourGiuseppe GaribaldiNaples

Question 2: nightshirt — often oversized, ruined or inexpensive light cloth undergarment shirt for ________.

Question 3: tennis shirt, ________, or polo shirt — a pullover soft collar short-sleeved shirt with an abbreviated button placket at the neck and a longer back than front (the "tennis tail").
Dress shirtBlack tiePolo shirtPolo neck

Question 4: onesie or diaper shirt — a shirt for ________ which includes a long back that is wrapped between the legs and buttoned to the front of the shirt
Attachment theoryPrenatal developmentInfantPregnancy

Question 5: European and American women began wearing shirts in 1861, when the "Garibaldi Blouse", a red shirt as worn by the freedom fighters under ________, became fashionable.
Giuseppe GaribaldiRomeItalian unificationItaly

Question 6: Some synthetic fibres are ________, tencel, viscose, etc.

Question 7: tube top (in ________) or boob tube (in British English) — a shoulderless, sleeveless "tube" that wraps the torso not reaching higher than the armpit, staying in place by elasticity or by a single strap that is attached to the front of the tube
English languageAlaskaAmerican EnglishUnited States

Question 8: ________ — shirt with a collar, a full-length opening at the front from the collar to the hem, and sleeves with cuffs
Black tieSuit (clothing)NecktieDress shirt

Question 9: ________ were used by the Italian fascio, and in Britain, Finland and Germany.
FascismBlackshirtsBlack BrigadesClerical fascism

Question 10: ________ — best suited for the bow tie, often only worn for very formal occasions.
ButtonVelcroCollar (clothing)Clothing terminology

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