Jeopardy December 14 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy December 14 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 In 1987 this trio that fought for the right to party had the first rap album to top the Billboard charts
2 The vera or true type of this succulent is pretty & medicinal
3 Washington's most populous county has this 4-letter name just like a Dome once in the state
4 A dual brake set is a tool of this trade
5 Einstein lectured that this enjoys esteem above all other sciences because its laws are... certain & indisputable
6 An ad for cold medicine showing a partially bare Mickey Rooney was pulled before it aired during this February 2005 event
7 This band's hits include Everlong & Times Like These
8 This succulent that gives us tequila also provides a syrup for a natural sweetener
9 Fittingly Mille Lacs is a county in this state
10 At Oxford personalized learning has long been based on the student this teacher relationship
11 The audience at Martin Heidegger's 1924 lecture on The Concept of this may have had the concept that it moves slowly
12 L'Oréal & Lancôme ads have been junked because of the misleading overuse of this a verb that is also an Adobe brand
13 After a long Vacation these '80s icons returned to the charts with 2020's Club Zero
14 Nopales are the edible leaf pads of this alliterative cactus
15 This most populous Georgia county is thought to be named for a steamboat pioneer
16 In 1984 there was a new Barbie doll: instructor of this type of heart-healthy exercises
17 Biologist T.H. Huxley was a renowned defender of this theory & in 1893 famously lectured on it & Ethics
18 The last TV ad for cigarettes to play in the U.S. for Virginia Slims aired January 1 1971 on this man's late night talk show
19 He led a rockin' Family on such hits as Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin
20 This desert tree was named for its resemblance to a biblical leader pointing the way to the promised land
21 These 2 counties that both end in -folk border Massachusetts Bay
22 Martin Cove is best known for playing this type of Japanese-named instructor
23 In 1939 this man whose fantasy trilogy was still unpublished lectured On Fairy Stories & said fantasy is a higher form of art
24 Ads blocked on Facebook include those for weapons spyware & this financial service for those newly arrested
25 This powerhouse vocalist was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1995
26 Belying their name these succulents often used as ground cover are native to Africa
27 This Oklahoma county is in the title of Tracy Letts' play about a dysfunctional family
28 A piece on sight-reading strategies was 2013's article of the year in the Journal AMT American this
29 The early 1800s London lectures of this discoverer of sodium brought so much traffic Albemarle St. had to be made one-way
30 This automaker had an ad for its F-Type sports car banned for encouraging irresponsible driving

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# Questions
1 This 1950 absurdist play by Eugene Ionesco consists mainly of meaningless dialogues between 2 couples
2 A prequel series to Battlestar Galactica was named for this planet
3 The Topkapi Palace begun by Sultan Mehmed II around 1460 & now a museum
4 Found just south of the North Carolina border 4784-foot Brasstown Bald is the highest point in this state
5 The German work Songs of this structure for hanging people actually contains jolly nonsense like the sniffle
6 Etheria is the planet where this title cartoon Princess of Power fights the evil horde
7 The Edmund Pettus Bridge site of a bloody 1965 confrontation
8 In one Norse myth Loki tricks the god Hoder into throwing a sprig of this parasitic plant at the beloved god Balder killing him
9 Beloved nonsense words include this creature that Pooh & Piglet track through the snow--or is it a Wizzle?
10 This unusual-looking family first seen on Saturday Night Live pose as earthlings but are really from Remulak
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