Catherine & Isabella Linton

Below you will find the solution for: Catherine & Isabella Linton Jeopardy .

Catherine & Isabella Linton Jeopardy

Possible Solution: WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Since you already solved the question Catherine & Isabella Linton which had the answer WUTHERING HEIGHTS, you can simply go back at the main post to check the other answers. You can do so by clicking the link here Jeopardy June 19 2021


Related Questions

# Questions
1 COST is the stock symbol for this company--don't overthink it
2 The 2 turtles Sylvester Stallone had in Creed 2 are the same turtles he had in this 1976 movie
3 Though they may have fluff many vultures lack these on their heads & faces perhaps to prevent bacterial infections from carrion
4 With a pass to Antonio Brown in 2021 this quarterback became the oldest to throw a postseason touchdown
5 An open-mouthed scientific vessel or a squeaky Muppet
6 Percy Jackson in his first novel
7 KR is the stock symbol for this major supermarket chain
8 C.B. DeMille made 21 huge Sphinxes for a 1923 version of this Bible epic & now they're being dug from the dunes where they were left
9 A 2013 study said these fish are more likely to scavenge than hunt when they are longer than 14 feet
10 One of the oldest living organisms the pando of Utah is a grove of quaking these trees
11 Stew on this! It's a hyphenated term for an accountant
12 Miss Lucy Westenra the first victim in Great Britain
13 This mega-retailer that joined the Dow Industrials in 1997 is near the bottom of the list alphabetically
14 Paige O'Hara & Robby Benson voiced the title pair of this Disney film
15 Animals that eat from the sea floor like lobsters are known as this hyphenated term also an amoral opportunist
16 This infamous Boston gangster was once the oldest fugitive to make the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list at age 69
17 Here's an artist impression of one of these an unconventional '50s cool cat
18 Raskolnikov
19 WFM was once the stock symbol for this company but Amazon bought it
20 In this film Bogie's character says that Katharine Hepburn's had ten absurd ideas for my one
21 Thriving in urban areas these carnivores also called ringtails are really scavengers & willingly share food
22 Thanks to a 1386 treaty signed by Richard II & João I England's oldest ally is this country
23 In French this 8-letter word means a lot
24 Bigger Thomas a Black youth in Chicago
25 Tesco Stores is listed on this city's stock market
26 Here's this woman who won no fewer than eight Academy Awards for costume design
27 These dog-sized marsupials named for an Australian island can clean their plates--bones fur & all
28 Some of the oldest paleolithic hand axes were found in this gorge near Serengeti National Park
29 This name comes before wind force scale in a meteorological ranking system
30 A short 1840s war with this country cost the U.S. an estimated $71 million or around $3 billion today
31 Our Georgia is on the Atlantic; the country of Georgia is sandwiched between Turkey & Russia along this sea
32 For the Sistine Chapel Michelangelo painted The Fall of Man & The Expulsion from this place
33 Tweed is a fabric that can be made with this basic weave that also starts with tw
34 Dr. Lance Gentile started as a medical adviser on this Michael Crichton-created show & by 1995 was writing & winning Emmys for it
35 DCDS: shedding seasonally
36 A 2010 congressional report estimated that this war cost the U.S. 1.1% of its 1899 GDP
37 Most of Georgia's Kolkhida lowland used to be a stagnant one of these; our Georgia has the Okefenokee one
38 Seen here on a 14th century German panel is Jesus raising him from the dead
39 This light crinkled fabric shares a name with a light crinkly paper
40 In 2019 Jesse Armstrong won for this HBO show about the dysfunctional Roy family running a media empire
41 GLC: relating to Celtic highlanders
42 In 1975 the New York Times reported that China & the U.S.S.R. had given $7.5 billion in aid to this country 40% for its military
43 In the U.S. Georgia borders Alabama; on its south Georgia borders this country that also begins & ends with A
44 Tintoretto painted The Conversion of Saint Paul on his way to this city
45 Made from hemp or jute it's the 6-letter type of canvas seen here
46 This man was nominated for Twin Peaks in 1990 but lost out to David E. Kelley for an episode of L.A. Law
47 VR: French term describing the overall lifework of a writer
48 $350 billion is one estimate for what these 2 Mideast countries spent fighting each other from 1980 to 1988
49 Georgia's capital Atlanta is a sister city to this national capital of Georgia
50 Stolen in Israel in 1996 this Russian-born artist's Jacob's Ladder was recovered in 2015 & sold at auction in 2020
51 The fleece of this llama & vicuna relative is prized & comes in almost 2 dozen natural colors
52 Life on the Street was the subtitle of this Baltimore-set cop show that won in 1993 for Tom Fontana
53 Z: a Greek liqueur
54 Britain's victory in this 1754-1763 war nearly doubled the national debt
55 In the U.S. the Blue Ridge Mountains reach into northern Georgia; in Europe this Great range is to the north
56 Van Dyck depicted Jesus crowned with thorns in this painting whose name means behold the man
57 Threads of metal are woven into this 4-letter fabric with a French name
58 In 1994 all 5 nominees were for episodes of this police series set in the fictional 15th Precinct in Manhattan
59 BSQS: it's from the Latin for compliant perhaps to excess


<- Previous Level All June 19 2021 answers Next Level ->

About

"Jeopardy!" is a classic game show -- with a twist. The answers are given first, and the contestants supply the questions. Three contestants, including the previous show's champion, compete in six categories and in three rounds (with each round's "answers" being worth more prize money). In the third round, "Final Jeopardy," the contestants can name their own jackpot -- as long as it's within the amount of money they've already earned. If a player finishes the second round with zero dollars, they are eliminated from "Final Jeopardy." The first version of "Jeopardy!," which aired from 1964 to 1975 on NBC, was hosted by Art Fleming. Alex Trebek is the current host; he began with the program in 1984 (at the start of its syndicated run).

Latest Questions

# Questions
1 Seen here is a foundry creating steel via the process named for this Englishman
2 The biblical Asher & Zebulun were 2 of these that despite the name reached the Promised Land
3 Term for a 40-to-49 year old (14 letters)
4 Her staining technique set her apart from other abstract expressionists & influenced younger artists
5 The title of this 1961 novel is shorthand for a no-win situation
6 When the Erie Canal project began in 1817 it was derisively called this man's ditch; he was the governor who had promoted it
7 Once one of the largest of its kind the Gary Works in Indiana is still a functioning foundry of this corporation
8 In A Moveable Feast Gertrude Stein is quoted as calling Hemingway & his ilk this a term later used more broadly
9 Not Jeopardy! -like but puzzled (9 letters)
10 This magazine editor lived a very cosmopolitan life
JeopardyArchive.com is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc