Jeopardy February 11 2020 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy February 11 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 When a big Asian country loses its last vowel it becomes this body part
2 Thought to contain material transmitted orally over centuries the Iliad is attributed to this poet
3 In 2011 this weatherman told TODAY show viewers he & Lenny Kravitz are cousins
4 Very alert: bright-eyed & this
5 Let me give you a hand with a practical joke using a joy this
6 midwestiiving.com posted a mouth-watering slideshow of 12 foods that won this prize at state fairs--mmm butterscotch pie
7 A Nordic country loses its first letter & becomes this area away from the coast
8 In book 3 Menelaus fights Paris who ran off with this wife
9 Jenny McCarthy's first cousin is this scene-stealing co-star of Bridesmaids
10 Important people: movers & these
11 The Motorola LS350 is this type of device also called a pager
12 For 300 years the French government gave young artists the prize of a stay in this city. On winner's work is seen here
13 Drop the fourth letter from an Iberian country & you get this general term for a distance
14 There's quite a bit of graphic violence as when Patroclus kills a Trojan with this long weapon then hauls him up on it like a fish
15 In 2011 Gwyneth Paltrow said she'd never met this cousin & Arizona congresswoman but her prayers were with her
16 Completely settled: cut & this
17 Types of this attention getter are slide train & wolf but it's probably best not to employ the wolf one anymore
18 Tata Steel of India was a 2008 winner of the Deming Prize in the field of TQM total this management
19 Subtract a letter from a 4-letter African country & you get this man who behaves badly especially to women
20 The main character & the greatest Greek warrior he leads the Myrmidons against the Trojans
21 With little hope of success: on a wing & this
22 In Greek myth sailors resisted the calls of these sea nymphs by putting wax in their ears
23 The Abel Prize in this field is named for Niels Abel famed for his work on the quintic function
24 When a Mediterranean isle loses its last letter it becomes this soda fountain drink
25 This Trojan warrior is saved by Aphrodite or there might never have been that epic by Virgil
26 The Man with the Golden Gun Christopher Lee can thank this cousin for creating James Bond
27 All dressed up & this problem
28 Chicago Blackhawks owner Bill Wirtz liked the sound of this on his yacht & used it when his team scored; the custom spread
29 Seen at the ceremony of the Breakthrough Prize for scientific discoveries are co-sponsors Mark Zuckerberg and this physician wife
30 In a kids' book on a snowy day Nicki loses this item of clothing just like the 3 little kittens
31 When the Republic of Texas decided to move the government there in 1839 Waterloo Texas got this new name
32 Cameron Diaz sings & dances as the magical British nanny of Ben Stiller's desire
33 Made up primarily of dust & ice these of the planet Saturn are divided into 7 groups A through G
34 (Sarah of the Clue Crews is in Massachusetts.) A national park in Massachusetts preserves the adjacent birthplaces of these two presidents--the first born in 1735 in that cottage and second b
35 It's between the toes & the heel
36 Dostoyevsky's autobiographical novel The House of the Dead has been published with the subtitle or Prison Life here--brrr!
37 For work on lasers Donna Strickland of Ontario's University of Waterloo became the first woman Nobel laureate for this in 55 years
38 A holiday classic where an angel gets his wings & Roberto Benigni gets an Oscar
39 In an epic poem by Keats Saturn turns for help in regaining his throne to this rather hyper other titan
40 From 1955 until Jerry became president the Ford family lived in a 4-bedroom Colonial in Alexandria in this state
41 Lacking small fire-lighting sticks
42 The 2019 book The Enchanted Forest is a tie-in with this long-awaited animated sequel
43 In the 1890s a fossil one of these mammoth relatives was unearthed near Waterloo in DeKalb County Indiana
44 Edward Norton tries to convince his brother Edward Furlong not to hate or join up with mutants like Wolverine
45 In 1610 this man was the first to observe Saturn through a telescope
46 His hat hangs from an elk antler at Sagamore Hill his Oyster Bay New York home
47 Without a member of the House of Lords
48 Set in Iceland the sixth novel in the Detective Erlendur series is titled not Frostbite but this condition
49 Struggling in Hollywood Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling time travel with paleontologist Will Ferrell & befriend a primate named Chaka
50 Saturn has more than 60 moons including this second-largest named for Zeus' mother
51 He wrote part of 1809's History of New York while staying in what would later be Martin Van Buren's home Lindenwald
52 Confinement in a separate prison cell by oneself
53 It's 1954 & tensions are high on an island with a lot of Japanese Americans in David Guterson's novel Snow Falling on these
54 George Clooney & Will Smith team up & hunt Nazi art thieves & alien bugs
55 Saturn was the Roman equivalent of this Greek father god
56 Dead just 3 months after retiring James K Polk was buried at Polk Place in this state capital
57 Unhitched

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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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