Jeopardy December 30 2022 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy December 30 2022 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 Diana Ross first came to fame as the lead singer of this group that scored 12 No. 1 hits in the 1960s
2 Visited by Columbus on his second voyage west in 1493 this commonwealth became part of the U.S. in 1898
3 Time to self-help yourself & finish the 1936 book title How to Win Friends &...
4 The flat part of a leaf is called this like the flat part of a sword
5 Jockey Eddie Arcaro was the first to win this Louisville race 5 times
6 Data in the form of words
7 A film honoring Diana's 75th birthday in 2019 featured clips from her 1983 concert for about 800000 at this NYC locale
8 A Pacific island group is divided into the independent nation called this & a U.S. territory called American this
9 In the 1600s you could have this kind of ship's captain who was no use in storms; now we talk mostly about this kind of friend
10 Rounded projection from the roots of cypress trees are called these like big leg joints
11 It's the intentionally even gleefully destructive contest seen here
12 The highest part of something especially one forming a point
13 This co-star of TV's Black-ish hosted the American Music Awards on a special evening when mom Diana got the Lifetime Achievement Award
14 U.S. ownership of Navassa Island in the Caribbean is disputed by this nation that traces its claims back to France
15 Promoting peace & human rights since 1917 the American Friends Service Committee is guided by the principles of this religious group
16 The head of a tree's foliage is also called this royal headgear
17 This skating contact sport is finding new life in recent years with current leagues & teams like the Liberty Belles & Hollywood Scarlets
18 To persuade gently & persistently
19 Diana's big screen debut as this jazz great in Lady Sings the Blues garnered her an Oscar nomination
20 In 1927 the U.S.granted citizenship to residents of this territory in the West Indies whose 3 main islands all bear saintly names
21 The Druzhba (Friendship) one of these takes millions of barrels from Russian oil fields to European refineries
22 Phloem which carries nutrients from the leaves to the rest of the tree is the soft inner layer of this tough stuff
23 In the 19th century Edward Stanley the 14th Earl of Derby was British prime minister 3 times as a leader of this political party
24 This feline carnivore is found in the northern climes of Eurasia & North America
25 We want the world to know got to let it show that this hit released by Diana in 1980 became an LGBTQ pride anthem
26 On Aug. 6 1945 this plane took off from a now-abandoned airfield on Tinian in the Northern Mariana Islands
27 Embroidery floss is the traditional material to make these popular in the 1980s & still
28 The terminal type of this structure at the end of a twig is all about growth not leafing or flowering
29 Teddy's daughter Ethel Roosevelt Derby helped preserve his legacy & was known as The Queen of this Long Island bay
30 French word for a mixture of butter & flour used to make sauces
31 (Ryan Seacrest presents the clue.) I hope Alex wouldn't mind me saying that this city is know known for wild celebrations but when Queen Elizabeth chose it as the capital December 31 1857 it
32 In exile in Jamaica in 1815 he wrote a letter outlining unity among the to-be-liberated nations of Spanish America
33 After continually losing elections for Israeli prime minister since 1948 he won the office in 1977 in what's known as the upset
34 This word meaning a spectacular mining find was given to the creek where gold was found in the Klondike in 1896


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