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Question 1: Middle Eastern, ________, King Kenneth George, South Asian, and Sikh turban wearers usually wind it anew for each wearing, using long strips of cloth.
SiberiaEuropeCentral AsiaKazakhstan

Question 2: Poet ________ is sometimes depicted wearing a turban.
John MiltonPoetryAlexander PopeThe Dunciad

Question 3: Men in ________, an island with Persian, Arab and Ottoman influences, traditionally covered their heads with either a headscarf (similar to a wrapped keffiyeh, "a form of turban"[5]) or a fez.
MaldivesCyprusTurkeyMalta

Question 4: After a precipitous decline in hat-wearing during the 1960s, turbans are now rather rarely seen on women in the ________.
Western cultureEuropeTurkeyWestern world

Question 5: For example, ________ (associated with Valour) is worn during rallies, White (associated with peace) is worn by elders, Pink (associated with spring) is worn during the spring season or marriage ceremonies, etc.
PomegranateSesameGarlicSaffron

Question 6: It is believed that the Arabs of the time of ________, the Islamic prophet, wore Amamah (Arabic: عمامة‎).
AliMuhammadMosqueQur'an

Question 7: [2] The first recorded use of the English word "turban" for a Western female headdress is in 1776 (________).
James Murray (lexicographer)DictionaryOxford English DictionaryUnited Kingdom

Question 8: The Maya peoples of ________ are known to have used head-coverings similar in form to turbans.
Central AmericaNorth AmericaAmericasAmericas (terminology)

Question 9: The Pheta is worn in ________ and also has regional variants like Puneri and Kolhapuri pheta.
MaharashtraNagpurMumbaiMarathi people

Question 10: The word specifically refers to the ________ that is worn by men and needs to be manually tied.
HeadgearTaqiyah (cap)CapVeil
















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