Jeopardy December 05 2020 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy December 05 2020 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 Chrissy Metz' Kate Pearson on this NBC show has inspired many to shrug off body image issues & live their lives
2 The ZIP code 43210 will blast off your mail to this university; go Buckeyes!
3 Animals of the Great Lakes region include moose beaver lynx & this semiaquatic mammal
4 In operation from 1910 to 1983 a mine under Detroit for this ice-melting stuff was reopened in 1998
5 This Beatle woke up with the tune for Yesterday in his head but I couldn't have written it because I just dreamed it
6 Adjective for a blade that has just been honed
7 This woman who grew up in Oxfordshire was bewitching as Meg in Little Women in 2019
8 It was supposedly captured on film in 1934
9 The Great Lakes connect directly to the Atlantic Ocean by this river
10 Also a sewing term it's a bed or stratum of coal; Wyoming has some that are 250 feet wide
11 This director created The Terminator after a nightmare about a metallic figure emerging from a fire
12 Homo sapiens means man the this 4-letter word
13 In 2005 she won an Emmy playing desperate housewife Lynette Scavo
14 Citizenship Day is celebrated on September 17 the anniversary of the signing of this
15 8 states border a Great Lake but only this one borders Lake Ontario
16 Mining this precious metal discovered there in 1865 made Belmont Nevada a boomtown until the 1880s
17 This Golden Bear turned around his golf game by using a new grip the way he did in a dream
18 Preceded by un it means mysterious; we want the 5-letter version meaning clever
19 Shohreh Aghdashloo had her breakout role opposite Ben Kingsley in 2003's House of these 2 things
20 To the surprise of MSNBC viewers he announced on-air that the March 2 2020 Hardball was his last
21 This French explorer with his own lake on the U.S.-Quebec border reached the Great Lakes around 1615
22 A 1778 treatise on mining says a gad is a wedge between rocks to loosen the ground for this long-handled pointy-ended tool
23 After a feverish nightmare about cannibals Elias Howe is said to have had a breakthrough in his invention of this device
24 A particular skill or aptitude or a person with an I.Q. higher than 150
25 This actress is the great-granddaughter of early 20th century British Prime Minister H.H Asquith
26 In 1942 the American Birth Control League became this organization
27 These straits connect Lake Michigan & Lake Huron technically making those 2 one large continuous lake
28 Barney Barnato one of the 19th century's Randlords made his fortune in the 1870s mining these
29 This woman dreamed a pale student of unhallowed arts kneeling beside the thing he had put together & a novel was born
30 Cervelle au beurre noisette is this French dish served in butter
31 'Twas 2 days before Christmas in 1823 that the poem A Visit from him was published anonymously in a New York newspaper
32 A bomb nicknamed Little Boy was dropped on Hiroshima; the bomb dropped on Nagasaki had this nickname
33 This lady duetted with Ariana Grande on the 2020 hit Rain On Me
34 The ballet Giselle is based on a legend about the wilis ghostly young maidens who have died before this special event
35 A cylinder upon which wire or thread gets wound & wound
36 The name of this dynasty that ruled in Europe from the 1200s to the 1900s came from the family's ancestral Hawk's Castle
37 This Stevenson classic is divided into 6 parts including The Old Buccaneer & Captain Silver
38 Those born under this fourth sign are nicknamed moon children
39 At the end of the movie Grease they duet on You're The One That I Want
40 Giada De Laurentiis attended this French cooking school that today offers le grand diplome
41 Blocks of snow make up this dwelling also called an aputiak
42 King of Judea he built the palace-fortress of Masada & rebuilt the temple of Jerusalem
43 In 1863 he published a novel about The Cossacks who also get plenty of mention in his next more epic work
44 This NFL field is called The Frozen Tundra; the 1967 Green Bay-Dallas title game was played there at -13 degrees
45 Colbie Caillat & Jason Mraz sang I'm this I'm in love
46 Directors Fran├žois Truffaut & Jean-Luc Godard are associated with this film style nouvelle vague in French
47 A candidate selected in an election from the Latin for name
48 The Battle of Castillon & the capture of Bordeaux in 1453 effectively ended this war
49 His adventure novel Une Ville Flottante A Floating City takes place on a steamship not under the sea
50 This bird is mentioned in one of Louisiana's state nicknames
51 Somebody That I Used To Know is by Kimbra & this one-named guy
52 The first mention of this embroidered work a portion of which is seen here was in an inventory of cathedral treasures in 1476
53 A word for the young of any bird begins the name of this bird
54 Following WWII this Japanese emperor declared he was not a living god & renounced his divinity
55 His first book of poems The Black Riders was published in 1895 the same year as his Red Badge of Courage
56 In The Final Problem Holmes tells Watson that Professor Moriarty is this for his ability to organize evil
57 She & Charlie Puth sang about how We Don't Talk Anymore
58 Danse Macabre is one of this composer's symphonic poems
59 Land promised to Abraham in Genesis
60 This emperor of Ethiopia was deposed in 1974 & died under mysterious circumstances a year later

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# Questions
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2 The man with the golden shoes he crushed the world record in the 200 meters at the Atlanta Olympics
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4 It's time to document this signature crime; it's also called false making & in Montana can earn a 10-year stretch
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6 Bulawayo in this nation is home to State House built by Cecil Rhodes
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