30 Facts That Start with 'R' Quiz Stats

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In the cartoon series, Wile E. Coyote attempted to catch which bird?(The) Road Runner
92.6%
In the Christmas song, what is the name of the 'red-nosed reindeer'?Rudolph
91.8%
Which Hungarian inventor is famous for a cube puzzle he invented in 1974?Rubik (Ernő)
85.1%
What name is given to the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, during which Muslims fast?Ramadan
79.8%
Which bird repeatedly says 'Nevermore' in an 1845 Edgar Allan Poe poem?Raven
79.1%
Which Nevadan city describes itself as 'The Biggest Little City In The World'?Reno
76.8%
Which river forms a natural boundary between part of the U.S.A. and Mexico?Rio Grande
75.3%
Often called a diamond, what shape has four equal sides and two pairs of equal angles?Rhombus
72.7%
Who starred opposite Tom Hanks in the films 'Sleepless in Seattle' and 'You've Got Mail'?Ryan (Meg)
71.7%
The state capital of North Carolina is named after what English explorer?Raleigh (Walter)
70.9%
What is the main unit of currency in India?Rupee
70.9%
What element, atomic number 88, was discovered by Marie and Pierre Curie in 1898?Radium
70.8%
Two books of the Bible are named after women, Esther and what other?Ruth
68%
Which weapon from the board game 'Clue'/'Cluedo' is also a Beatles album?Revolver
65.6%
In Richard Adams' 'Watership Down', what type of animal are Fiver, Hazel and Bigwig?Rabbits
65.6%
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Which Russian mystic and advisor to the Romanovs was assassinated in 1916?Rasputin (Grigori)
56.5%
Which US President had a son called Kermit (full name needed)?Roosevelt (Theodore)
55.9%
What New Mexico city is famous for an alleged U.F.O. landing in 1947?Roswell
54.4%
Which US composer collaborated on many musicals with Oscar Hammerstein II?Rodgers (Richard)
53.1%
What disease, a softening of the bones, is caused by a deficiency of vitamin D?Rickets
50%
What fruit is the basis of a melba sauce?Raspberry
49.1%
Iceland's capital is the most northerly in the world. What is it named?Reykjavík
49.1%
Which Barbadian singer, known by one name, has the surname Fenty?Rihanna
47.9%
'Clio', 'Megane' and 'Twingo' are models of car produced by which automobile manufacturer?Renault
47.7%
Named after a seed merchant, what biennial golf tournament is contested between Europe and the U.S.A.?Ryder Cup
45.8%
What 1992 film was the first to be directed by Quentin Tarantino?Reservoir Dogs
43.2%
The Estadio Santiago Bernabéu is the home ground of which football/soccer club?Real Madrid
41.8%
Clint Eastwood shot to fame playing Rowdy Yates in what 1950s/60s TV series?Rawhide
36%
Because of their haircut, what name was given to Parliamentary supporters in the English Civil War?Roundheads
32.3%
In what French city was Joan of Arc burned at the stake in 1431?Rouen
21.1%

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