Jeopardy April 27 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy April 27 2021 answers and Solutions. We have just finished solving all the 7 crossword clues found today in the puzzle and we have listed them below. Simply click on any of the clues you are having difficulties finding the solution for and a new page with the answer will pop up.


# Question
1 These Green Mountains
2 Heeere's Johnny! Well not Johnny but this actor who played Jack Torrance in The Shining in 1980
3 The boss wants that report by EOD this
4 When the king of Great Britain wanted a barge party Handel composed the orchestral suite called this
5 The hodag a horned ferocious beast with a spiked back is said to live in forest areas of this Badger State
6 For example the 7 & 10 pins left standing after your first roll
7 Where The Columbines Grow
8 In Guardians of the Galaxy Vin Diesel employed numerous ways to express these 3 words of introduction
9 The pharmaceutical industry spends about $200 billion a year on R&D short for this
10 She became a wealthy widow when hubby Daniel Custis died in 1757; she'd bring 2 kids into her next marriage with a Virginia commander
11 Now meaning any large beast the behemoth of the Bible is sometimes identified as this amphibious African mammal
12 What the Night Knows is part of a 3-Book this genre Collection from Dean Koontz
13 Rocky Top
14 This 1978 college comedy asked the immortal question Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?!
15 Let's get down to the bottom line & discuss AGI adjusted this
16 Born on the Big Island this king known as the Great set out to unify the Hawaiian Islands
17 The qilin is the Chinese equivalent of this mythic equine
18 This conifer is widely grown for timber pulp & holiday decoration
19 Yankee Doodle (in New England)
20 Her as the bride: So O-Ren... any more subordinates for me to kill?
21 NASDAQ is the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated these bids & offers
22 When his sound effect method was copied in a staging of Macbeth John Dennis accused perpetrators of this now an idiom
23 The puk is a small household one of these fire-breathers that protects the home & brings treasure to its master
24 Biblical writing; Shakespeare wrote that The devil can cite it for his purpose
25 Old Folks At Home also known as Swanee River
26 Cinematographer Roger Deakins didn't say exactly how many shots were in this 2019 WWI film but the longest was about 7 minutes
27 Business analysts use SWOT to stand for strengths weaknesses opportunities & these possible dangers
28 Georges Danton was the first president of the committee of public safety which oversaw this awful period of the French Revolution
29 In Hindu mythology Hanuman is a devoted helper of the god Rama & the king of these creatures
30 The G is silent in its root word but not in this adjective meaning stolid & slow-moving
31 In this novel George Orwell wrote We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it
32 In 1965 this airline made the first nonstop commercial flight from the U.S. to Australia
33 A violin & this both have 4 strings but a violin is just a tad smaller with E as the high string as opposed to A
34 Established after 9/11 it's the newest cabinet department
35 The Vickers test measures the hardness of a metal by indenting it with one of these super-hard gems
36 This title character hosted a psychology advice radio show on KACL in Seattle
37 Elizabeth Wurtzel detailed her clinical depression in her memoir called this Nation
38 This sheikdom was a British protectorate from 1916 to 1971
39 The Hungarian cimbalom is traditionally associated with the music of this itinerant people
40 Once joined with Health & Welfare it became its own department under President Carter
41 Nanofiltration is used to reduce hardness of this caused by dissolved minerals like calcium & magnesium
42 Regis Philbin & Stephen King went up against this pal of Howard Stern's on Celebrity Jeopardy! in 1998; she won
43 Joseph Wambaugh is best known for writing about this profession in which he served in L.A. for 14 years
44 3-letter abbreviation for the Latin phrase meaning that which was meant to be shown
45 4 feet long with a gourd body this instrument is huge in the Hindustani music scene
46 Henry Knox in 1789 & Kenneth Royall in 1947 were the first & last secretaries of this department
47 The number used to designate a pencil's hardness relates to the ratio of clay to this material a form of carbon
48 Venus Flytrap was the nom de DJ of Gordon Sims on this Ohio-set sitcom
49 A documentary called this woman and Still I Rise detailed her life as a memoirist actress & poet
50 Chinese word for circulating life energy
51 Let me hear the 3 strings of this triangular Russian instrument ringing out--come & keep your comrade warm
52 The first Asian-American woman in the cabinet Elaine Chao was previously Labor Secretary & in 2017 took on this post
53 The Knoop test uses low indentation pressure to measure the hardness of glass & these materials from Greek for pottery
54 Her role as Lisa on the '90s sitcom NewsRadio was pivotal in her career
55 The husband of this French author also wrote under one name Willy
56 This city in North Central Iran is a pilgrimage site & a center of learning
57 A renaissance man known as Il Divino was a master of this round-bodied 4-letter instrument that often has 2 G strings
58 A Nobel Prize winner this soldier served as Secretary of State from 1947 to 1949
59 Gypsum is 2 & quartz is 7 on this scale
60 This man of 1000 voices played Brockmire who in Season 3 made it back to a Major League broadcast booth

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# Questions
1 In 1920 work began on a NYC-NJ tunnel named for him; it was said he could make you think of a tunnel as a mole thinks of a burrow
2 With a maximum empty weight in the U.S. of 254 pounds this kind of aircraft isn't just light it's...
3 Female fickleness is the subject of this Mozart opera whose title can be translated as all women do the same
4 In 1856 this former president who ran on the Know-Nothing ticket received only 8 electoral votes
5 One of rock's early pioneers he was known for his unusual guitars
6 India's constitution made discrimination against this lower class illegal in 1949; Scheduled Caste is now the operative term
7 The world's longest sea bridge & tunnel connects Hong Kong & this other special administrative region to mainland China
8 17th century artist Georges de la Tour was known as the Master of this type of illumination
9 Her beloved Radames is sentenced to be buried alive; she joins him so the pair can die together
10 Claudio initially leaves Hero at the altar in this Shakespeare comedy
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