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Suspicion (emotion): Quiz


Question 1: ________ ruled that "no one should be condemned on the ground of suspicion alone".
TrajanHadrianMarcus AureliusNerva

Question 2: The British dramatist ________ noted that "suspicion always haunts the guilty mind".
HamletWilliam ShakespeareShakespeare authorship questionShakespeare's life

Question 3: The Scottish poet and a lyricist ________ (1759-1796) called suspicion a "heavy armour" that impedes humans more than it protects them.
George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron ByronRobert BurnsMary ShelleySamuel Taylor Coleridge

Question 4: ________, the political and spiritual leader of the non-violent Indian independence movement, warned that if suspicions arise about any of a person's motives, then all of their acts can become tainted with this mistrust and uncertainty.
Jawaharlal NehruAbul Kalam AzadMohandas Karamchand GandhiC. Rajagopalachari

Question 5: Frisking or a "patdown" is a search of a person's outer clothing wherein a ________ or other law enforcement agent runs his or her hands along the outer garments to detect any concealed weapons.
Royal Canadian Mounted PoliceConstableWater policePolice officer

Question 6: English Renaissance dramatist, poet and actor ________ (1572–1637), a contemporary of Shakespeare, described suspicion as a "black poison" that "infects the human mind like a plague".
Ben JonsonWilliam ShakespeareBen Jonson foliosEnglish Renaissance theatre

Question 7: ________ (1709-1784), an English author and essayist, called suspicion a "useless pain" in which a person has a belief that a formidable evil lies within all of their fellow men.
James MacphersonSamuel JohnsonEdmund BurkeJames Boswell

Question 8: "Suspicion" in ________ meant an opinion founded on a small amount of evidence and far from certain.
Ancient RomeRoman lawRoman SenateRoman Constitution

Question 9: [2] Medieval Roman ________ regarded suspicion as a low grade of proof, sufficient for making further inquiries but insufficient for making a legal decision.
Common lawEvidence (law)Expert witnessSharia

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