Jeopardy August 04 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy August 04 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 Its state parks include Little Manatee River & Lake Kissimmeee
2 Like more than half the world's people & like all the world's people until 10000 years ago Jason has this color eyes
3 The Christ child replaced St. Nicholas as the bringer of gifts as part of this movement led by Martin Luther
4 They're the 5 words that makes jack a dull boy
5 Watery term for the ability to convert an asset into cash quickly
6 (Cynthia Erivo presents the clue.) At the end of a 1960s concert in Chicago deejays Rodney Jones & Pervis Spann came onstage to literally crown Aretha with this famous nickname
7 Its license plates have said America's Dairyland since 1940
8 Jason is this like 90% of the people in the world & 66 of the 83 pitchers in the Baseball Hall of Fame
9 Mahayana & Theravada are 2 divisions of this Eastern religion
10 Completes Andy Warhol's line In the future everybody will be world famous...
11 It's the trashy name given to high-risk high-yield bonds with a credit rating of BB or less
12 (Cynthia Erivo presents the clue.) Aretha was a passionate supporter of this man a longtime family friend; in February 1968 he gave her a special award on behalf of the Southern Christian Lea
13 Its highest elevation is fittingly known as Hawkeye Point
14 Jason was born in the 1970s when Jason was a wildly popular baby name also given to Momoa Mraz & this actor
15 The Umrah pilgrimage to Mecca can happen almost any time of the year unlike this one that must happen in the month of Dhu al-Hijjah
16 El amor es ciego is Spanish for this phrase & not even glasses will help
17 They're chunks of a company's profits paid to shareholders typically quarterly
18 (Cynthia Erivo presents the clue.) Aretha literally went to church to record the Grammy-winning 1972 album titled after this hymn--How sweet the sound
19 Fort Leavenworth in this state is home to the Frontier Army Museum
20 Jason lives in this kind of 5-letter area like 5% of Americans in the 1790 census but 75% in the 1990 census
21 (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Great Synagogue in Budapest Hungary.) The largest in Europe the Great Synagogue of Budapest can seat 3000 people; traditionally the men sit downstair
22 Speak up or no one will help you because this gets the grease
23 It's the commission or sales fee you pay when buying shares; some mutual funds are no-it
24 (Cynthia Erivo presents the clue.) Recording artists in their own rights Aretha's sisters Carolyn & Erma provided backing vocals on many of her hits including this classic that says Every cha
25 The second state to join the Union it borders the first & third Delaware & new Jersey
26 Pass Jason the cream--like most Americans he is considered this sugar tolerant
27 The Beachy church of this American group allows automobiles but no TV
28 In Proverbs 1:7 Fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge ; in Proverbs 9:10 it's the beginning of this
29 Latin for distant view it's a document outlining an investment offering's risks & objectives
30 (Cynthia Erivo presents the clue.) Aretha hit superstardom after teaming with legendary producer Jerry Wexler to record such classics as I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You for this record
31 A government too full of advice or laws is said to be this household worker's state
32 According to the initials an E.N.T. is a doctor who specializes in treating these body parts
33 As Tonight Show host Jay Leno used to test this opening segment at the Comedy & Magic Club in Hermosa Beach
34 In the 1890s this was discovered in Western Australia; what a rush!
35 This evil necromancer is The Lord of the Rings
36 Bronze & copper-nickel for example
37 States of it include plasma & the Bose-Einstein condensate
38 On a prescription B.I.D. means a medication should be taken this often
39 This Saturday Night Live alum has Lorne Michaels as his show's executive producer & Fred Armisen leading the house band
40 The largest attack on Australia during World War II was a 1942 bombing of this port city named for a British naturalist
41 Chingachgook & his son Uncas are this James Fenimore Cooper book title
42 The edible seed of Prunus dulcis
43 As in the title of a Russell Crowe film State of this refers to the current situation
44 With most HMOs you start by choosing a PCP this doctor
45 In this segment that began with Tom Hanks on James Corden's first Late Late Show an actor does a fast sequence of parts he's played
46 Australia became its own nation January 1 1901 as the this of Australia a word implying union for everyone's good
47 In this novel inspired by a painting Griet is the title 17th century portrait sitter
48 A story that uses symbolism to convey hidden meaning
49 The third book Bob Woodward wrote about the Bush administration's Iraq War failings is called State of this
50 A traumatic brain injury may damage LTM short for this
51 There are A-list stars but the audience makes The Big Red Chair segment from this host seen on BBC America
52 In an attempt to quell unrest in 2006 Aussie commandos headed to Dili capital of this island nation
53 Killing her rival & her own kids is how this Euripides title character takes her revenge
54 To calm someone's fears
55 In the Catholic church one free from mortal sin is said to be in a state of this
56 Since 2000 the vaccine given in the U.S. for this is the IPV or inactivated one
57 50 years on episodes of his ABC talk show like Janis Joplin's last TV appearance have a new life on YouTube
58 In 1927 the future King George VI came to this city of 6000 people to inaugurate the new federal parliament
59 Patrick Bateman is the charming title killer in this novel
60 An alternative form of a gene occurring at a particular locus on a chromosome


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# Questions
1 A 1953 article by this pair says The specific pairing we have postulated… suggests a… copying mechanism for the genetic material
2 Mean & unfeeling like Hannah the vamp of Savannah
3 This Boy Scouts founder said The Scouts' motto is founded on my initials it is: Be Prepared
4 Who exactly Norman was is lost to history but Norman's Woe is the reef made famous in the poem The Wreck of this ship
5 Self-Portrait with Striped Shirt is by this Viennese modernist who died aged just 28 in 1918
6 Charles Barkley's jersey was retired in this NBA city & state capital
7 Ukraine's longest river it bisects the country before emptying into the Black Sea
8 Ibsen spent 27 years away from Norway in this type of exile
9 When it comes to tidying up she says if an item sparks joy keep it if not dispose of it
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