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Each of these questions has an answer beginning with the letter 'O'. If the answer is a person their surname will begin with 'O'.
30 Facts That Start with 'N'
What is the capital city of Canada?
What city is home to England's oldest university?
The name of which animal is derived from the Malay for 'person of the forest'?
What is the name of the MLB baseball team based in Baltimore?
Eric Arthur Blair used what pen-name when writing novels?
Which US athlete won four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics?
What name is given to a polygon with eight straight sides?
'Long Day's Journey into Night' and 'The Iceman Cometh' are plays by which US writer?
'Ms. Jackson', 'Hey Ya!' and 'Roses' were hits for which hip hop duo?
What woodwind instrument's name comes from French for 'high wood'?
What is the surname of celebrity twins Mary-Kate and Ashley?
One of the world's busiest airports, what airport serves Chicago?
In Greek myth, who killed his father and married his mother, Jocasta?
Who is lead singer of the heavy metal group 'Black Sabbath'?
What is the 24th and last letter of the Greek alphabet?
What is Canada's most populous province?
Betelgeuse is a star in what constellation, named after a Greek hunter?
What name is given to the Japanese art of paper-folding?
'The Moor of Venice' is the subtitle of what Shakespeare play?
Which tree, belonging to the Quercus genus, bears fruit known as acorns?
Who did Jacqueline Kennedy (née Bouvier) marry in 1968?
'Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'' is a song from what stage musical?
What name is given to a figure of self-contradictory speech, such as 'deafening silence' or 'living dead'?
Who was the supreme god and creator in Norse mythology?
Christiana was the former name of what European capital city?
What chemical element has atomic number 8?
Pearls are most commonly produced in what type of bivalve mollusc?
Karl Marx famously described 'religion' as 'the ____ of the people'?
What mountain, Greece's highest, was home to the twelve chief Greek gods?
Which former Turkish empire shares its name with an upholstered footstool?
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