Jeopardy February 25 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy February 25 2021 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 How about a 10 pound one of these from Toblerone? Only $70
2 In 1973 a Senate committee investigating this scandal subpoenaed documents & recordings from the White House
3 This star directed The Two Jakes the sequel to Chinatown
4 To accommodate South Platters the capital of Nebraska was moved in 1867 from Omaha to here
5 Nordic & Alpine are types of this outdoor activity
6 The chemical cleaner isn't taking out that clog--time to reach for this reptilian tool
7 Soap on a rope in the shape of this Doctor Who transport? You know me so well!
8 Though he was subpoenaed this president refused to appear at Aaron Burr's trial in 1807
9 After being pelted by a burrito in Anchorman this funnyman punts Will Ferrell's dog off a bridge
10 No relation to the bubbly this Illinois city is often paired with Urbana
11 A Middle Eastern market isn't eccentric but it is called this
12 Buying a new loo? 1.6 is the maximum permitted gpf this measurement
13 I could use a letter opener; would you buy me one of these small Italian daggers with a tapering blade?
14 In 1947 screenwriter Dalton Trumbo part of this numerical Hollywood group was subpoenaed by the House Un-Amer. Activities Committee
15 In a 2007 film this character asks Why should I sail with any of you? 4 of you have tried to kill me in the past--and one of you succeeded!
16 This home city to Kansas State University shares its name with a Big Apple borough
17 Black residue formed via fire & smoke
18 A letter plus a word makes the name of these round rubber washers used to seal connections
19 As of 2020 this NFL team owned by Jerry Jones is worth $5.5 billion; it sure would make a thoughtful gift
20 In 2019 this House Intelligence Committee chair from California issued a subpoena for the unredacted Mueller report
21 One Jack named this was the first African American heavyweight champ; the other a surfer turned rocker
22 This Ohio city is known for its zoo & the Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League
23 Nickname of 10th century Danish King Harald or a short-range connectivity wireless standard
24 That banging noise you hear when a pipe's water supply is turned off is called a water this like a carpenter's banging tool
25 How about a 60-year-old bottle of Macallan 1926 this booze? One sold at auction for $1.9 million
26 In 2012 this Attorney General was found in contempt for rebuffing a subpoena for Justice Dept. documents
27 Billy Wilder his director in The Apartment said there was a little bit of genius in everything he did
28 This Midwestern city whose name begins with the state it's in is home to the NCAA
29 Ending in double E it's loose rock & be careful not to slip on it
30 It's the 3-letter abbreviation for both white plastic drain pipe & the stuff it's made of
31 This author was the non-headless horseman when he explored Oklahoma on a stout silver-gray in 1832
32 Cassius Coolidge did a whole series of paintings of Dogs Playing this card game some commissioned to advertise cigars
33 In 1861 he wrote of his devotion to the Union but not wishing to raise my hand against... my home quit the army after 36 years
34 In 2019 the Star Wars saga came to a close with Episode IX the Rise of this name
35 Created by grafting pomato plants produce tomatoes above ground & these underground
36 Adjective for air that moves suddenly & violently
37 Elizabeth in his novel The Pioneers is based on his sister Hannah who died when she fractured her skull falling off a horse
38 The Musee d'Orsay has this 19th century artist's Dance at the Moulin Rouge
39 He was only 61st in the class of 1915 at West Point but ended up commander in chief
40 This killer doll slayed 'em in the 2019 remake of Child's Play
41 In Florida many of these trees Citrus sinensis are grafted onto lemon tree roots; in California it can be the reverse
42 Fashion term for a disloyal person who betrays a cause
43 Robert Louis Stevenson rode his horse Jack to Apia now capital of this Pacific island nation
44 Shortly before a more famous painting he did Woman with a Pearl Necklace
45 A man who crossed a stream he was taken by pirates in the 70s B.C. ransomed then raised a naval force & crucified the pirates
46 In Once Upon a Time ...In Hollywood Margot Robbie portrayed this late actress
47 Stark Bro's Nursery sells a Double Delicious tree that grows these 2 colorful apple varieties
48 A friend & collaborator of Louis Armstrong Jack Teagarden had this musical job
49 Soon after his death in 1910 tourists began visiting his Yasnaya Polyana estate where they saw his dog Belka & his horse Delir
50 Though perhaps better known for his sea subjects in 1872 he painted a group of boys playing Snap the Whip
51 He was Uganda's chief of the army & air force from 1966 to 1970 but promoted himself to president in 1971
52 Josh Brolin & Sean Astin made their big screen debuts in this film about a group of misfits searching for pirate treasure
53 Many of this type of fruit named for its hard pit such as peach & apricot can be grafted onto the same tree
54 This part of a church intersects the nave to form a cross
55 He wrote about Riders of the Purple Sage & owned 2 horses called Black Star & Night
56 He depicted the horrors of war & the execution of his fellow Spaniards by Napoleon's troops in The 3rd of May 1808
57 A few years after surrendering at Yorktown he took on the governor-generalship of India in 1786
58 M*A*S*H & The Player were among the great movies directed by him
59 A shoot or twig cut & used for grafting; it was also once a separate division of Toyota
60 A stop on ancient caravan routes this capital is now the largest city in Central Asia

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1 Known for art as well as poetry this Londoner was apprenticed to the engraver James Basire for 50 guineas
2 This 1086 survey recorded 650000 oxen 13000 villages & an estimated population of 1.8 million
3 Caused by a vitamin B-1 deficiency this disease is of 2 types one affecting the cardiovascular system the other the nervous system
4 This Nevada-set Cops parody features inept deputies & police uniform short shorts for men
5 After a nickname of architectural innovator Mr. Fuller it's the nickname of the carbon form seen here
6 This founder of National Review went from writing books like Up From Liberalism to writing spy novels
7 In 55 B.C. an army under this commander invaded Britain near Dover bringing the island into contact with the Roman world
8 It's the capital of American Samoa
9 16 and Pregnant on this cable channel follows the trials & tribulations of young women unexpectedly expecting
10 Peter Higgs himself is among those who have expressed dislike for this religious-themed nickname for the Higgs boson
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