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Question 1: Dokham, is a tobacco originally grown in ________, mixed with leaves, bark, and herbs for smoking in a midwakh.
Iran–Iraq WarAzerbaijanIranIraq

Question 2: Many plants contain nicotine, a powerful neurotoxin, that is particularly harmful to ________.
ArthropodLepidopteraInsectChelicerata

Question 3: It is marketed mainly to women in India, and is known by the brand names Ipco (made by Asha Industries), Denobac, Tona, ________.
ShivaRamaHinduismGanesha

Question 4: Flue cured tobacco was originally strung onto tobacco sticks, which were hung from tier-poles in curing barns (Aus: ________, also traditionally called Oasts).
CharcoalCement kilnOxygenKiln

Question 5: In the ________, tobacco is often fertilized with the mineral apatite, which partially starves the plant of nitrogen, to produce a more desired flavor.
AlaskaPhilippinesUnited StatesCanada

Question 6: [5] The ________ reports it to be the leading preventable cause of death worldwide and estimates that it currently causes 5.4 million deaths per year.
Food and Agriculture OrganizationUniversal Postal UnionSwitzerlandWorld Health Organization

Question 7: ________ is a generic term for fine-ground smokeless tobacco products.
EnglandSnuffEuropePortugal

Question 8: Tobacco has long been in use as an ________ in the Americas.
Psychedelic drugPsilocybin mushroomsPsychedelics, dissociatives and deliriantsEntheogen

Question 9: Early Connecticut colonists acquired from the Native Americans the habit of smoking tobacco in pipes, and began cultivating the plant commercially, even though the ________ referred to it as the "evil weed".
Pilgrim (Plymouth Colony)EnglandEnglish ReformationPuritan

Question 10: The Spanish word "tabaco" is thought to have its origin in ________ language, particularly, in the Taino language of the Caribbean.
GuyanaArawakan languagesNicaraguaJamaica
















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