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ASFL Academic Team R

all answers begin with the letter R

QuestionAnswer
Russian monetary unit Ruble
Creatures studied by a herpetologist Reptiles
A quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides containing a right angle Rectangle
Medical term for German measles Rubella
First American woman in space Sally Ride
Legedary English hero who stole from the rich to give to the poor Robin Hood
Quaker seamstress said to have embroidered the first U.S. flag Betsy Ross
Country ruled by Catherine the Great Russia
President known as "Old Rough and Ready" Theodore Roosevelt
According to legend, he and his brother Remus founded Rome in 753 B.C. Romulus
Poe poem which begins "Once upon a midnight dreary.." The Raven
Angle which measures 90 degree right (angle)
Distance from the center of a circle to any point on the circumference radius
Body system which includes the lungs respiratory
Colony founed by clergyman Roger Williams Rhode Island
Scale used to measure the magnitude of an earthquake Richter
The forearm bone attached to the thumb side of the arm Radius
Electrical system used to locate objects beyond the range of vision Radar
American music mainly for piano originated by Scott Joblin Ragtime
Holy month of fasting for Muslems Ramadan
Created by: lemeshadow