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Virginity: Quiz


Question 1: While a child born of certain forbidden relationships, such as ________ or incest, is considered a mamzer, approximately translated as illegitimate, who can only marry another mamzer, a child born out of wedlock is not considered a mamzer unless also adulterous or incestuous.

Question 2: To do this in ________ flies for example, females are used that are maximally 6 to 8 hours old (at 25 °C); only after this period has elapsed do inseminations begin.
DrosophilaMaizeDrosophila melanogasterModel organism

Question 3: The ________ also contains laws governing betrothal, marriage and divorce, with particular provisions regarding virginity in Deuteronomy 22.

Question 4: As in Latin, the English word is also often used with wider reference, by relaxing the age, ________ or sexual criteria.
IntersexualityGender roleThird genderGender

Question 5: [37] Jakob Böhme was very influential to a number of Christian mystics and religious leaders, including ________ and the Harmony Society.
VirginitySecond ComingGeorge RappOld Economy Village

Question 6: In this, and many later contexts, the reference is specifically ________, alluding to members of the order of virgins known to have existed since the early church from the writings of the Church Fathers.
Catholic ChurchJesusChristianChristianity

Question 7: [1] Hence, more mature ________ can be virgins (The Virgin Queen), men can be virgins, and potential initiates into many fields can be colloquially termed virgins, for example a skydiving "virgin".

Question 8: It is a wistful phrase, since Genesis also says that Israel's (________'s) only daughter Dinah was, in fact, raped as she entered the promised land.

Question 9: Being referred to as Virgin can especially mean being a member of the Ordo Virginum (Order of virgins), which applies to the consecrated virgins living in the world or in ________.

Question 10: ________ was commonly called "la Pucelle" by her admirers.
Charles VII of FranceJoan of ArcHundred Years' WarCultural depictions of Joan of Arc

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