Jeopardy February 16 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy February 16 2023 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 2010 they introduced the 4-point shot 35 feet from the basket
2 Quality geometry; they still stand today; get the points
3 It follows RAV & precedes Runner in the names of Toyota models
4 Last name of cousins Amy & Chuck famous in different fields
5 a title for a Russian hereditary ruler
6 He laid down his first law of motion by finding an object's momentum is constant unless an outside force acts on the object
7 The name of this galaxy & we do mean this galaxy comes from the classical Latin via lactea
8 A harbor guy; it took 12 years to build; kind of a Statue of Liberty vibe
9 It makes models called A4 A5 A6 A7... I'm seeing a pattern here
10 It's not surprising that Rashida Jones has musical talents as her dad is this legend in the industry
11 a goat-bodied flame-spewing monster of Greek myth
12 In a 1954 test physician John Stapp dealt with 46.2 of these forces; for an instant his 170-lb. body weighed 7700
13 Roads can be all kinds of ways; a scenic one in Utah has the alliterative name Patchwork this after quilts the pioneers used
14 Halicarnassus yes! A tomb with a view; built by the ruler's sister & widow (the same person... yipes)
15 The 2005 Chevy Corvette C6 introduced a new GM engine with a capacity of 6.0 of these metric units
16 7th cousins once removed--that's how Richard Nixon & this slightly cooler Rebel Without a Cause were related
17 the Roman numeral for 400
18 2 of nature's 4 fundamental forces are these 2 whose names are antonyms one binding quarks & one leading to radioactive decay
19 The kings of Queens this team plays its home games at 41 Seaver Way in Flushing
20 Euphrates-irrigated; the turn of the Archimedes screw?; tend to them now
21 This company has made 7 generations of its 3 series including the 330i sedan
22 This veteran actor co-starred in The Devil Wears Prada with Emily Blunt who has since become his sister-in-i-aw
23 the 8-letter arts relating to cooking or the kitchen
24 It's the measure of a force that makes an object rotate about an axis & also a big selling point for heavy-duty trucks
25 We doubt you'd forget that in John 14 Jesus says to him I am the way
26 Ephesus! (Bless you!); temple of the goddess; went Goth in 262 & was never rebuilt
27 Oldsmobile called a classic muscle car the 4-4-2 because it had a 4-barrel carburetor 4-speed this & 2 exhaust pipes
28 The Many Saints of Newark starred him as a younger version of Tony Soprano a role originated on TV by his dad James
29 the poison whose rapid fatal effects can be countered with sodium nitrite
30 Named for a French scientist the force also called this effect makes winds blow clockwise around low in the S. Hemisphere
31 Yes sir! This Brit shared some secrets for success in his book The Virgin Way: Everything I Know about Leadership
32 1950:Midnight never strikes when you're in love
33 Going to the fair this nursery rhyme guy meets a purveyor of baked good
34 1963:Merlin uses all his magic powers to change a scrawny boy into a legendary hero
35 2012:When the arcade closes the fun begins
36 2010:They're taking adventure to new lengths


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# Questions
1 Developing gradually in infants it's the awareness that things still exist even when you can't see them
2 One of Plato's 7 wise men of Greece this statesman who reformed Athens' laws laid the foundations for democracy
3 A medieval watchtower stands guard near the Guadalquivir as it flows in this city
4 This Dirty Harry sequel whose title mentions Harry's gun: A man's got to know his limitations
5 Sen. Robert Byrd said the survival of our constitutional system is based on the delicate mechanism of this pair
6 The idyllic school Hailsham harbors grotesque deeds in Never Let Me Go from this Japanese-born author
7 Dating back to ancient times these tall mobile constructions were rolled up against wall defenses to launch an attack
8 The Hanging Gardens was one of many building projects credited to this king of Babylon who also appears in the book of Daniel
9 Tall twin towers in Kuala Lumpur bear the name of this gas company
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