Jeopardy February 24 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy February 24 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 The ancient writer Galen said books on ships arriving to this citys port were seized originals kept & copies returned
2 Matt Groening drew his own initials in the design of this TV character--the M is in his lower hairline the G his ear
3 With her 2019 song Bad Guy at 17 years old this artist became the first born in the 21st century to have a No. 1 song
4 Conveniently based in this U.S. city the Office of Cuba Broadcasting provides uncensored information to the island
5 A vaulting staff & a survey of voters
6 This 20th c. British physicist said Because there is a law such as gravity the universe can & will create itself from nothing
7 The speedy dog breed the Whippet may have developed from this even faster breed
8 In 1505 this 1-named artist planned to make 12 marble Apostles for a local cathedral but he'd be called to Rome by pope-ular demand
9 On Black Panther: The Album in 2018 this rapper gazed at All The Stars with Sza
10 The Off. of Minority Health says disease of this organ the USA's top killer takes 30% fewer Hispanics & 30% more Blacks than whites
11 Your physical debut & a bed on a train
12 Seen here this American advised President Theodore Roosevelt & Mahatma Gandhi about agriculture
13 This word now meaning sociable & outgoing comes from the Latin for flock
14 Used as a doorstop in Long Island a vase from this Chinese dynasty eventually sold for $1.3 million at auction in 2012
15 Ariana Grande was on the Hot 100 in 2019 singing So look what I got look what you taught me & for that I say this grateful title
16 The Wall of Honor at the Office of Personnel Management honors five employees of this service that delivers for you
17 Brahmins for one & to throw out a lure when angling
18 In 1957 long before she had her own institute she met Louis Leakey who guided her to Gombe Stream to study chimps
19 This symbol of the U.S. has an eagle on the front & an unfinished pyramid on the reverse
20 Praise this painting from the early 1500s on its use of sfumato the use of fine shading but please don't tell her to smile more
21 I wish I knew you wanted me he sings in the 2022 smash Bad Habit
22 The Office of Career Technical & Adult Education has initiatives for this read ability
23 A particular manner of walking & a waiting area inside an airport terminal
24 Once a resident of Smiljan he immigrated to the U.S. with 4 cents & later patented a polyphase system of A.C. dynamos
25 Traditionally made from pomegranates this red syrup is an ingredient in Shirley temples
26 Victor Hugo didn't want to pose for a bust so this French sculptor made some quick sketches & voilĂ  a bust was born
27 He rolled into 2019 with a hit tune featuring Drake rapping Young La Flame he in sicko mode
28 During WWII the Office of Strategic Services pulled off ops like dropping Jewish spies into the Innsbruck area of this country
29 To take from someone by force & to take a break
30 He had a pretty good 19th century run including saving France's beer wine & silk industries
31 John Gardner wrote a novel from the point of view of this monster from an Old English epic
32 This title woman finally returns to Rochester blinded after a fire; but fear not! He regains some sight after they marry
33 The sword-billed species of this tiny bird has the longest bill in relation to its body size of any bird in the world
34 Ancient Mesopotamia was the land between rivers these 2 to be exact
35 This secret group of enlightened individuals figures prominently in conspiracy theories & in Dan Brown's Angels & Demons
36 Ed Bradley & Bayard Rustin are alumni of Cheyney U. founded in 1837 & claiming the title first of these often abbrev. to 4 letters
37 In her 2018 novel Normal People Connell & Marianne meet up again at university in Dublin & resume their situationship
38 This tiny & remote kingdom has the smallest population of any country in mainland Asia
39 This desert that's rich in wildlife covers parts of Botswana Namibia & South Africa
40 The giant Australian rock formation seen here is sacred to the Anangu people who call it by this name
41 Around 1910 there was no such thing as Chicago blues; this 2-word exodus of Black folks brought the music north
42 Some 20 books in he won a Pulitzer for American Pastoral which delves deep into the psyche at a 45th high school reunion
43 Lasting a mere 2 months 17 days in 1483 the fifth king of this name was the shortest-reigning male monarch of England
44 A high school plane trip to Europe! What could possibly go wrong?; making death mad... problematic; hi Mr. Bludworth!
45 It's the capital of Georgia the country not the state
46 When it comes to blood this literally means red cell
47 The Boston Women's Memorial includes a bronze of this 18th century poet who wrote On Being Brought from Africa to America


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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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