Jeopardy April 28 2021 answers


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# Question
1 Rumour Has It it's Adkins
2 Palaces & museums line Unter den Linden an avenue in this capital city
3 The Cyprian Centaurs actually had the horns of this creature that Zeus was known to transform into
4 From outside one's own nation
5 Late Secretary of State George Shultz was said to have a tiger tattoo on his rear a legacy of his days at this Ivy League university
6 In the land of these people the one-eyed man is king
7 Singer rapper & classically trained flautist Jefferson
8 The big attraction in this city's Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles) is a bell tower that's 4 degrees from perpendicular
9 In the Iliad the Horae were children of Zeus who guarded the gates to this home of the gods
10 This word for a biting fly can also refer to a mosquito
11 The mighty tiger swallowtail is this type of insect
12 Prior to the Civil War the South's economic staple was frequently referred to as king this
13 A Nobel Prize nominee: Hewson
14 Ramble through La Rambla & then maybe Joan Miro Park as you brush up on your Catalan in this city
15 With Mnemosyne Zeus had 9 daughters these patrons of devotions like astronomy & poetry
16 This regular auto maintenance procedure for your wheels makes for smoother driving & less tire wear
17 Alliterative byname of the LTTE an insurgent group in Sri Lanka
18 Oft repeated this 6-word line from Leonardo DiCaprio was repeated by his director after an Oscar win
19 L.A.-born $inger-$ongwriter Sebert
20 Check out Cottlesloe Beach & have a g'day in this capital of Western Australia
21 Legends say Perseus mortal son of Zeus saved Andromeda from a sea monster killing it this way with the help of a severed head
22 A political candidate's organized attempt to be elected
23 A group of volunteer American pilots recruited by Claire Chennault during World War II had this nickname
24 This kids' game involves climbing a mound of some sort & laying waste to all who try to dethrone you
25 From M.I.A.M.I.: Perez
26 Begun in 778 the Buddhist temple Kiyomizu-Dera is in this city & former capital of Japan
27 Pindar wrote that a son of Zeus shared with mortals these 2 foods of the gods; that'll get you banished to the underworld
28 This adjective meaning arousing emotions comes from a French word for pointed
29 Green Destiny is the name of a renowned sword in this film that starred Chow Yun-fat & Michelle Yeoh
30 A 1546 English proverb says one of these may look on a king basically meaning everyone has rights
31 This Brit's flagship was the Pelican which he later renamed the Golden Hind
32 One letter off from Hamlet the title of this bestselling novel by Maggie O'Farrell honors Shakespeare's son
33 This genus of bacteria causes not only the sore throat named for it but the skin condition impetigo
34 This flower followed Fuchsia & preceded Quartz in the names of colors for 2001 & 2016
35 Cowboy Jake Gyllenhaal wished he knew how to quit cowboy Heath Ledger in this 2005 film
36 It's a conjunction used to introduce a choice between 2 alternatives
37 This continental namesake held the post of master navigator in Seville from 1508 to 1512
38 A head writer of Saturday Night Live he titled his memoir A Very Punchable Face
39 Unique to each isotope it's the time it takes for 50% of a radioactive substance to disintegrate
40 Want to get this color for 2009? Try mixing orange juice & champagne
41 Jeff Bridges is a bibulous but tough marshal & Hailee Steinfeld his no-nonsense employer in this Coen Brothers film
42 An oily preparation rubbed on the skin for medical or soothing purposes
43 Basque navigator Juan Sebastian del Cano completed this Portuguese explorer's circumnavigation of the Earth
44 2020's Malorie is a sequel to this novel that was the basis for a Netflix movie starring a blindfolded Sandra Bullock
45 Alcohol dehydrogenase one of these complex proteins breaks down ethanol during digestion
46 The color of the year for 2000 was Cerulean Blue the subject of a famous rant by Meryl Streep in this 2006 film
47 He's seen here around the time he played Joe Buck in Midnight Cowboy
48 A region of the Earth's outer atmosphere containing a high concentration of free electrons
49 This British explorer became the president of Jamestown colony in September 1608
50 About his Memoirs and Misinformation this comic actor said None of this is real and all of it is true--alrighty then!
51 In radio broadcasting A.M. stands for this modulation
52 The red-brown color for 2015 is the name of this fortified Sicilian wine often used in cooking
53 Clint Eastwood won the shootout but this actor won the acting Oscar as the tough-guy sheriff in Unforgiven
54 Do you question this? One's power to make decisions & tell people what to do?
55 In 1792 this Brit reached the west coast of North America & began surveying it
56 The Lying Life of Adults was a 2020 novel by this pseudonymous Italian writer
57 This directional math term is used to describe a person who carries a disease & transmits it to others
58 This greenish-blue December birthstone was the color for 2010
59 The John Ford classic My Darling Clementine is a fictionalized account of this bloody 1881 encounter
60 The science & practice of traveling through the air in a plane or other vehicle

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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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