Jeopardy August 10 2021 answers


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# Question
1 Nevada is home to the wonder known as Fly this type of hot spring
2 It begins Somewhere in La Mancha in a place whose name I do not care to remember
3 A grand piano is central to the Music Room known for hosting baptisms & this religious ceremony where kids get a new name
4 Whoever consults... confederates or corresponds with any this or robber upon the seas has federal issues
5 This NBC show is about a master criminal who helps the FBI capture others of his ilk
6 ...to make an abbreviation for the Bay State
7 In Great Falls Montana visit the Sip 'n Dip one of these Polynesian style lounges with colorful drinks & swimming mermaids
8 Seen here is an engraving for the 12th & final segment of the Edmund Spenser work known as The Shepheardes this
9 Seen here is this room in Buckingham Palace a perfect place for a royal to relax
10 The Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 says your family can't have this as a pet but you can look at one right here
11 If you've filled up on Chip turn to this half of a famous couple & her cooking show Magnolia Table
12 ...to make the opening moniker of performers Hammer Lyte & Skat Kate
13 A live type of this tree is a must-see for visitors to Johns Island South Carolina
14 In an S.E. Hinton novel Motorcycle Boy tries to free the aquarium dwellers he calls these the book's title
15 Security guys from St. James's Palace & Buckingham Palace meet in the latter's forecourt during this traditional ceremony
16 Pretending to be a member of this alphanumeric Learning by Doing youth organization is a federal offense
17 The April 7 2021 episode of The Goldbergs included a tribute to this late actor who played Pops
18 ...to make the word for a diatonic scale's third tone
19 Boise Idaho has an alliterative Block for these people of the Pyrenees dedicated to preserving their culture
20 The title domicile of this Hawthorne novel is halfway down Pyncheon Street
21 Don't set your beer glass down on the Table of the Great Commanders made with this material a specialty of Sèvres France
22 For writing a check for less than this listed amount of money you can be fined or imprisoned not more than six months or both
23 Hospital patients on The Resident can take comfort in familiar faces like this actor who once played young Theo Huxtable
24 ...to make a Greek letter
25 The purple seats near the top of Coors Field tell you you've reached this geographic designation
26 Hilary Mantel's trilogy about Tudor royals is named for this residence
27 At the top of the Triumphal Arch in the ballroom is a medallion with profiles of Queen Victoria & this man her husband
28 No matter your hopes of riches playing EuroMillions do not mail payment to purchase a foreign one of these
29 Charm scenery & cow anatomy are features of this adaptation of James Herriot's veterinary memoir seen on PBS
30 ...to abbreviate a unit of capacity equal to 0.03381 fluid ounce
31 Don't forget your parka if you're going sailing on the Barents Sea part of this ocean
32 This 2009 movie won Oscars for art direction cinematography & visual effects
33 The standard count of 206 bones in the body does not include these which are not considered bones as they are covered with enamel
34 The U.S. Naval Academy is the final resting place of this Father of the American Navy
35 Found in a 1927 Girl Scout handbook the first official recipe for this marshmallow campfire treat had it as 2 words
36 Roman fire god now a big orange melon
37 The China Sea is divided into these 2 directional seas
38 David Koechner was quirky sportscaster Champ Kind in this 2004 comedy
39 Men do not have more of these bones than women but some people have extra cervical ones near the collar bone
40 Her death & that of son Caesarion in 30 B.C. ended the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt
41 Helen Free helped develop the dip-&-read test which detects glucose making at-home monitoring of this disease easier
42 The guy who did all the labors now has lots of wounds
43 James Weddell tried to name a sea indenting this continent's coastline for his king but it ended up named for him
44 It won the Oscar as the best film of 2012
45 In your back T1-T12 refers to the thoracic these
46 20 years before sailing to America this Quaker colonist was expelled from Oxford for religious nonconformity
47 One of the greatest poets in this language is Dafydd ap Gwilym who lived in the 1300s
48 Multi-headed hell-hound now bent on stealin' cattle
49 Known to the ancients as Oceanus Hibernicus it's connected to the Atlantic within the British Isles
50 This 1997 thriller about President Marshall was set largely on the title transport
51 Sesamoid bones are found in tendons; the best known is this bone at the lower end of the quadriceps tendon
52 This conquistador & his men reached the coast of Florida in 1539 & the Mississippi River 2 years later
53 Scottish postman Nathan Evans became a TikTok sensation with his performance of The Wellerman one of these sailor songs
54 Greek goddess of the hunt who will get you a kiss if you stand underneath her in December
55 The Cook Strait leads into this sea named for a 17th century navigator
56 The title of this 2007 film starring Saoirse Ronan is a synonym for expiation
57 This colorfully named type of partial fracture is a break on only one side of a bone
58 An astronomer & mathematician this African-American with an alliterative name helped survey they area that became Washington D.C.
59 TV's That Girl today she's the National Outreach Director for St. Jude Children's Hospital
60 Labyrinth maker with a sparkling shine

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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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