Jeopardy August 07 2021 answers


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# Question
1 Venture capital is aka this capital; others have an aversion to the 4-letter word
2 Moe Szyslak
3 23-year-old Andrea Sachs gets a job as a personal assistant at Runway magazine in this Lauren Weisberger novel
4 A general term for seawater it's also a way to prep your holiday turkey
5 The Museum of the American Revolution sells a toy this instrument played by 2 marchers in the Spirit of '76 painting
6 For many years ash wood was the preferred material in making these for folks like Joe DiMaggio
7 It can come before mass in physics or care in the hospital if your condition is serious
8 Patrick Star
9 Texasville & Duane's Depressed are 2 of the many tales of the small-town west by this author who died in 2021
10 Seen here is a U.S. government global map of world these; red are the fastest
11 The Golden Door is a spinner ornament to remind you of this great American landmark
12 Planted before 1911 Old Granddad is a landmark ash tree in the shade-hungry city of Modesto in this state
13 This very unsafe word that can mean traitorous also starts with tr
14 Lovey Howell
15 The name of this realtor & Sinclair Lewis title character has come to mean a witless booster
16 Underneath all that sediment the ocean floor is primarily made of the pillow type of this substance
17 You can get anything from scarves to keychains with the tartan of this a Scottish family group--find your own
18 These priests of ancient Britain carried wands made of ash because of the wood's straight grain
19 It can refer to one who is fearful & lacking self-confidence or a password that can be easily hacked
20 Grandma Huang
21 There's a weapon in the title of this modern updating of an ancient English legend by T.H. White
22 Measuring the warmth of the water off the western coast of South America the ONI is the Oceanic this Spanish word Index
23 You never saw this ox-like animal of Asia with a cold did you? So try the nice warm Mongolian socks made from its wool
24 Ash trees are home to more than 500 species of these symbiotic organisms including old man's beard
25 2 ships about to hit each other are said to be on this alliterative path so get the life jackets ready
26 Jacksonville Jaguars fan Jason Mendoza
27 Paul Bäumer is a young German student turned soldier in this World War I novel
28 Term for the Pacific Ocean zone that forms a band as long as the equator & has about 75% of Earth's active volcanoes
29 You can bring home the Czech crystal called this type of glass named after a historical region where Prague is located
30 In Norse myth the squirrel Ratatoskr carries messages up & down this ash tree that supports the world
31 Found in pagan lore & sometimes linked with evil a five-pointed star in a circle is called this
32 The country gets re-hitched at Appomattox Court House; Alice's Adventures in Wonderland begin
33 Thomas Hovenden concentrated on everyday people like The Village this worker a subject of 19th century poetry as well
34 I'd love to visit some of its many islands like Andros & Naxose
35 Ahoy! It's a cethegrande or spouter this mammal
36 Stephen Stills suggested If you can't be with the one you love honey do this
37 The 8-armed cross has been associated in Christianity with this often earliest in life of the seven sacraments
38 The stock market crashes; the St. Valentine's Day Massacre goes down; Trotsky gets exiled from Russia... man that's a rough year
39 Suzanne Valadon worked as this for Renoir & Toulouse-Lautrec before she began painting her own works
40 One of the 7 holy cities of Hinduism Varanasi has shrines temples & palaces along the banks of this river
41 Sunrist was this direction
42 John Mayer urged fathers to be good to these people; they will love like you do
43 The merkaba symbol takes its name from a Hebrew word meaning this ancient battle transport
44 John Kerry is nominated for president; the Spirit Rover lands on Mars
45 Meindert Hobbema is best known for the 1689 work that has two of these optical points--one down the road & one in the sky
46 This historic city lies at the junction of the same-named lake & the Rhone River
47 If you saw one of these you might've called it a haunt a shade or a wraith
48 Tammy Wynette sang You'll have bad times & he'll have good times but you should still do this
49 The symbol seen here is a representation of this loud avian of Native American mythology
50 The American Revolution ends; Washington Irving begins; Russia annexes Crimea not for the last time
51 Jean Metzinger has been called the third artist in this movement & his 1912 treatise on it was one of the first
52 The majestic Alhambra is in this Spanish province
53 Syrup of soot & ninny-broth were 17th century words for this; go-juice & mud came later
54 Therapists may chafe at this Melissa Manchester song that advises Just keep it inside & learn how to hide your feelings
55 Incorporating three stylized swords the khanda is a symbol of this religion of the Indian subcontinent
56 Burr kills Hamilton non-musically; Lewis & Clark set out; Friedrich Schiller tells the tale of William Tell
57 Seen here the work of Alphonse Legros may have influenced this man's most famous portrait; they were friends until an 1867 fight
58 A huge legendary being is said to have created this causeway of basalt columns jutting into the sea from Northern Ireland
59 An erring star or a wanderer was one of these
60 Corinne Bailey Rae says to be yourself: Girl do this Tell me your favorite song you go ahead let your hair down

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# Questions
1 Leafy greens are rich in this vitamin needed to synthesize clotting factors; blood thinners may counteract its activity
2 Home to a wildlife refuge this saline sea in the Colorado Desert is California's largest lake in surface area
3 Quetzalcoatl was worshiped at Tula also called Tollan by this people from whom the Aztecs claimed descent
4 A blessing from the Sermon on the Mount
5 In 1987 a month after her 16th birthday this single-named singer topped the charts with I Think We're Alone Now
6 After the death of his wife Julia this member of the First Triumvirate turned against his father-in-law Julius Caesar
7 If mango skin makes your lips tingle it's a reaction related to the rashes you might get from touching this toxic vine
8 A Seminole reservation & the communities of Belle Glade & Pahokee are found around the shores of this lake
9 Appearing as a swan to Leda Zeus became a dad to at least one of these twins the Dioscuri; obviously that's complicated
10 Many over-40 folks wear these to compensate for presbyopia
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