Jeopardy January 09 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy January 09 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 Ironically though this company founded in the 1860s is Moore County TennesseeSs largest employer Moore is a dry county
2 It ended with the Berlin Wall coming down & the Soviet Union breaking apart
3 There are 2 symbols on this state's blue flag: a white crescent & a white palmetto tree
4 The Fernandina giant this land reptile native only to one Galapagos island seems to be down in single digits in population
5 Flea & the late John Entwistle
6 Ectothermic means this a term describing animals like snakes & fish & some murderers
7 Here's the flag of this British territory; the castle & the key symbolize its strategic importance
8 The tongue of this largest mammal can weigh as much as an elephant; its heart can weigh as much as a car
9 Lizzo
10 They were the Daisy Dukes of the mid-1970s & a big fad
11 This state's white flag has 13 stars in a circle around an anchor & the motto Hope
12 Maryland & these 2 states that split in 1863 don't have a House of Representatives but a House of Delegates
13 A 2018 survey found more than 1000 mountain these in the DRC Rwanda & Uganda--they're increasing but still endangered
14 Bluegrass legend Alison Krauss
15 Frequently free it's a place in public where you can connect to Wi-Fi & access the Internet
16 Seen here is the flag of this country the largest in Africa; green is the color of Islam & the white symbolizes purity
17 Delegates to the 1919 Congress of the Communist International included Stalin & this rival born Lev Bronstein
18 The population of Diceros bicornis the black this has rebounded to more than 5000 but it's still critically endangered
19 Weird Al Yankovic
20 Named for a hotel an iconic open-faced turkey sandwich with Mornay sauce & bacon is called a Kentucky or Louisville this
21 Poland's flag is white on top red on the bottom; the colors are flipped on the flag of this country & symbolize the Grimaldi family
22 The Duke of Wellington & a Prussian prince were among the delegates to this 1814-15 congress in this capital


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Latest Questions

# Questions
1 This word for the mind shares a name with a girl loved by Eros
2 A school class for a prisoner or a large open space for crowds at an airport
3 Carloman II Ferdinand VII Juan Carlos I
4 Don't worry I show no signs of this FMD for short--the U.S. hasn't had an outbreak since 1929 & let's keep it that way
5 A spheroid might say you can call me prolate or this like the Earth--just don't call me late for dinner
6 In this 1957 film Joanne Woodward had a trio of personalities including Eve White & Eve Black
7 Hesiod listed Eros as one of the primordial deities along with Gaia & this amorphous messy one
8 A colossal brim of a cap or an overseeing manager
9 Frederick III Nicholas II Wilhelm II
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