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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Monopolowa vodka by J. A. Baczewski
  A large selection of vodkas at an Auchan hypermarket near Nizhny Novgorod
  Stolichnaya, a famous Moscow vodka brand.

Question 2: ________ writes that Vodka originated in Russia during the 14th century, but exact origins of vodka cannot be traced definitively.
EncartaEncyclopædia BritannicaPropædiaWikipedia

Question 3: However, severe poisoning, ________, or death can occur as a result of dangerous industrial ethanol substitutes being added by black-market producers.
Amaurosis fugaxBlindnessAmblyopiaMyopia

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  A large selection of vodkas at an Auchan hypermarket near Nizhny Novgorod
  Stolichnaya, a famous Moscow vodka brand.
  The "vodka belt" countries of Northern, Central and Eastern Europe are the historic home of vodka, and also have the highest vodka consumption in the world
  A large selection of vodkas at an Auchan hypermarket near Nizhny Novgorod

Question 5: Filtering is sometimes done in the still during distillation, as well as afterwards, where the distilled vodka is filtered through ________ and other media.
PyrolysisCharcoalBlast furnaceCarbon

Question 6: For such a liquor to be denominated “vodka,” governments establish a minimal alcohol content; the ________ established 37.5 percent alcohol by volume as the minimal alcohol content for European vodka.
GermanyEuropean UnionEuropean ParliamentDenmark

Question 7: In some countries ________ vodka or "bathtub" vodka is widespread because it can be produced easily and avoid taxation.
Mixed economyUnderground economyPlantation economyAnarchist economics

Question 8: After the victory of the ________ movement, all distilleries were privatized, leading to an explosion of brands.
Mikhail GorbachevSolidarity (Polish trade union)Lech WałęsaBerlin Wall

Question 9: This tradition of flavoring is also prevalent in the ________, where vodka seasoned with herbs, fruits and spices is the appropriate strong drink for midsummer seasonal festivities.
ScandinaviaNorwayNordic countriesDenmark

Question 10: In addition to ethanol, methanol, fusel oils (not present in pure vodka), and ________ can contribute to hangovers.
Carboxylic acidEsterAlcoholAlkane
















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