Jeopardy February 07 2020 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy February 07 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 This flat hat is the Basque equivalent of the Scottish tam-o'-shanter
2 On this least massive planet you'd be .38 of your earth weight & very hot
3 The Police: Oh can't you see you belong to me
4 In the 1960s Marist College in Poughkeepsie began admitting them just as nearby Vassar stopped admitting only them
5 Adjective for a job of less than a standard number of hours a week
6 Steamboat whiz Fulton
7 The Encyclopedia Britannica notes that break-dancers often wear these sideways or backward
8 Your weight on this now-dwarf planet would be just .07 of your weight on Earth; that's quite a demotion
9 Madonna: 'Cause the boy with the cold hard cash is always Mr. Right
10 BSU for short this Idaho school has a blue artificial turf field much to the displeasure of football purists
11 It describes a man's smooth face with all its whiskers removed
12 19th century Pathfinder & politician Fremont
13 Oddjob in Goldfinger wore this type of hat
14 On this planet we have a friend we call Oppy who weighed 384 pounds on Earth but is 146 up there
15 Joan Jett & the Blackhearts: I saw him dancin' there by the record machine
16 Florida International U. was planned in an old air control tower now called this type of tower a symbol of academic life
17 There's no -proof in this adjective often seen on kids' PJs & meaning designed to fend off flames
18 Novelist & sometime Iowa resident Smiley
19 These guardians of the Tower of London AKA Yeoman Warders wear a Tudor-period uniform that includes a black hat
20 If you could stand on the surface of this giant gas giant you'd weigh 2.53 times as much as you do on Earth
21 Bruce Springsteen: I'm ten years burning down the road
22 Alumni of The New School in NYC include this actor just a few years before he memorably called for Stella
23 Hyphenated adjective for gains made criminally or unfairly
24 Socialist candidate Debs middle initial V.
25 This men's hat of the Napoleonic era has a name meaning two-horned
26 An object's weight on Venus is almost the same as it would be on the surface of this much larger planet discovered in 1781
27 Janet Jackson: No my first name ain't baby it's Janet
28 Established in Fairfax to fill a need for higher ed in Northern Va. it's named for a man who helped shape the Constitution
29 Adjective for one who always seems to have a greater than average number of mishaps
30 Lorenzo de Medici's paternal grandfather
31 In 2019 this shipping company ended its U.S. air & ground delivery contracts with Amazon
32 Brokeback Mountain and Life of Pi this man seen here
33 Letters published after her 1997 death revealed her years of spiritual torment & belief that she was reliving Christ's passion
34 A German motto states alles mit der zeit everything comes in this
35 Written by Elliott Roosevelt Murder in this room features his mom Eleanor solving a homicide in the White House
36 It's Suriname's colonial heritage & came before Guiana in the country's old name
37 In 2013 this country stripped birthright citizenship from thousands: the resident children of migrants from neighboring Haiti
38 Gravity & Roma
39 Oro y plata is a Spanish motto mentioning these 2 elements
40 Title of Charles Berlitz' 1974 bestseller about the ships & planes that have vanished in an area of the Atlantic
41 After winning independence in 1975 Suriname endured these internal military takeovers in 1980 & 1990
42 In 2020 all 10 seasons of this show will not be there for you on Netflix when WarnerMedia pulls it from the service
43 Gentleman's Agreement & On the Waterfront
44 A follower of St. Francis St. Clare of this Italian town took her vows in 1212 founding a new order
45 Burundi's motto is Unité Travail Progrès meaning unity thisprogress
46 This Dave Eggers novel about an uber-powerful Internet company that links everything became a Tom Hanks film
47 Suriname is rich in shorebirds like a 1-ounce species of this one with sand in its name that migrates from the Arctic
48 VP Richard Johnson lived openly with a female slave--one reason this party dropped him from the 1840 ticket with Martin Van Buren
49 The Bridge on the River Kwai & Lawrence of Arabia
50 This art nun who became an unlikely BBC and PBS star with TV series like her Story of Painting passed away in 2018 at the age of 88
51 The Greeks use the motto Eleftheria i thanatos freedom or this
52 It's the 2-word title of a memoir by Shirley Temple Black who was perhaps the most famous one ever
53 Like the U.S. in the 1970s Suriname in the 1980s battled militants called the SLA the Suriname this
54 Only 1.17% of this new African country's population voted to stay with the old country in 2011
55 The Lost Weekend & The Apartment
56 Her books include Dead Man Walking & River of Fire a 2019 memoir about becoming an activist
57 The French faithful know Tout pour l'église All for this
58 In a children's classic by George Selden Harry the Cat befriends Chester The Cricket in this NYC location
59 Alcoa began mining this aluminum ore in Suriname in 1916 but began pulling out in 2017

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Latest Questions

# Questions
1 In the novel On the Road this heavenly character is the narrator & Kerouac's alter ego
2 (VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE)A high-stakes card game shares its name with this French glassmaker that produces gorgeous paperweights like the one seen here
3 This man appeared as Happy Hogan in all 3 Iron Man films but only directed 2 of them
4 Russia to its north Uzbekistan to its south
5 Antebrachial describes this specific 7-letter part of the body
6 In 73 A.D. during a siege of this fortress Jewish Zealots took their own lives rather than be captured by the Romans
7 William Burroughs credited Kerouac with the title of this 1959 novel that faced controversy upon publication
8 You don't see these brass receptacles for tobacco chewers much anymore at least not used for their original purpose
9 Director Sydney Pollack played Dustin Hoffman's exasperated agent in this 1982 comedy
10 Chad to its east Mali to its west
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