30 Facts that Start with 'R'

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Can you name the 30 answers (that all begin with 'R') to these questions?

Updated Apr 2, 2015

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Because of their haircut, what name was given to Parliamentary supporters in the English Civil War?
In the cartoon series, Wile E. Coyote attempted to catch which bird?
Which Hungarian inventor is famous for a cube puzzle he invented in 1974?
Which river forms a natural boundary between part of the U.S.A. and Mexico?
Which US President had a son called Kermit (full name needed)?
In Richard Adams' 'Watership Down', what type of animal are Fiver, Hazel and Bigwig?
Often called a diamond, what shape has four equal sides and two pairs of equal angles?
What fruit is the basis of a melba sauce?
Which Barbadian singer, known by one name, has the surname Fenty?
In what French city was Joan of Arc burned at the stake in 1431?
Which weapon from the board game 'Clue'/'Cluedo' is also a Beatles album?
What disease, a softening of the bones, is caused by a deficiency of vitamin D?
The state capital of North Carolina is named after what English explorer?
Which US composer collaborated on many musicals with Oscar Hammerstein II?
What element, atomic number 88, was discovered by Marie and Pierre Curie in 1898?
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'Clio', 'Megane' and 'Twingo' are models of car produced by which automobile manufacturer?
Which Nevadan city describes itself as 'The Biggest Little City In The World'?
What name is given to the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, during which Muslims fast?
In the Christmas song, what is the name of the 'red-nosed reindeer'?
Clint Eastwood shot to fame playing Rowdy Yates in what 1950s/60s TV series?
Iceland's capital is the most northerly in the world. What is it named?
Who starred opposite Tom Hanks in the films 'Sleepless in Seattle' and 'You've Got Mail'?
What is the main unit of currency in India?
Which Russian mystic and advisor to the Romanovs was assassinated in 1916?
Two books of the Bible are named after women, Esther and what other?
The Estadio Santiago Bernabéu is the home ground of which football/soccer club?
Which bird repeatedly says 'Nevermore' in an 1845 Edgar Allan Poe poem?
What New Mexico city is famous for an alleged U.F.O. landing in 1947?
What 1992 film was the first to be directed by Quentin Tarantino?
Named after a seed merchant, what biennial golf tournament is contested between Europe and the U.S.A.?

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