Jeopardy January 16 2023 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy January 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 This was first sold in 1908 at a price equivalent to about $27000 today
2 In physics this type of body is a surface that absorbs all the radiation that falls on it
3 This National League team shares its name with a mountain range
4 You'll find the National Museum of China on the east side of this square
5 Sodium chloride of our planet
6 This word refers to both a type of bread & the starter used to make it which is mostly flour & water
7 This Lab was the first part of the title; John Grogan was & Me experiencing Life & Love with the World's Worst Dog
8 Untreated wastewater from domestic uses like showers & sinks (but not toilets) is classed as this
9 The roster of this MLB team includes Mookie Betts & Freddie Freeman
10 The damage caused by a barbarian's weapon can be determined by a roll of a dodecahedron in this game created in 1974
11 An ambulatory Britannica
12 Rock on--dark & light rye bread rolled together is deemed this
13 If you're gonna write only one kids' book make it count like Eric Knight did in 1940 with this collie Come-Home
14 It's the I in ROYGBIV a mnemonic for the colors of the visible spectrum
15 In 2022 this team gave 73-year-old Dusty Baker his 1st championship as a manager; he's the oldest skipper to win a World Series
16 It's the equation for the circumference of a circle
17 Chef's or nicoise Monday & Saturday
18 Despite the C at the front of the name of this puffy Jewish bread sometimes being silent its name sounds quite loud
19 In a story set in the 19th century a mad wolf with rabies is the last fight this faithful title canine has & now I'm crying
20 Fossilized plants & insects are often found in specimens of this colorfully named resin
21 The Swinging Friar is the official mascot of this team
22 For this move also a leisurely walk square dancers join hands & walk counterclockwise until they reach the home position
23 Unhappy Michigan or Utah & their illicit romances
24 This palindromic bread is all the rage when served with vindaloo or tikka masala
25 This colorful title wolfdog bounded to life in a 1906 Jack London novel
26 It's a disease that afflicts cereal grasses or a diminutive name for a star like the Sun
27 Jim Palmer pitched his No. 22 into immortality with this team
28 Found at 66 1/2 degrees south latitude it's one of the 5 major geographic circles of the Earth
29 A preeminent science journal hates a Dyson or a Hoover
30 Where do we lay our scene? Why in fair Verona where this bread named for a slipper may have been born
31 John Steinbeck went In Search of America during his Travels with this French poodle

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# Questions
1 The belief that members of the highest social ranks are duty-bound to help the poor is the crux of this 2-word French phrase
2 Weena an Eloi & Morlocks as the main guy really gets around
3 The name of this great river comes from words meaning place to paddle in the language of the Warao of Venezuela
4 A cow's cud-chewing ways gave us this word meaning to slowly think something over
5 Dr. Brodsky & Dim a Droog until he's very much not a Droog
6 On Truth Hurts Lizzo rhymes fresh photos with the bomb lighting & new man on this NFL team
7 This term for a dashing swordsman comes from his practice of striking his own shield with his sword during combat
8 Aptly 3 scientists shared the 1995 chemistry prize for work on this atmospheric gas made of 3 oxygen atoms
9 Charles Cheswick a patient who aids a rebellion at a mental ward & Miss Pilbow
10 Nothing to do with a gospel writer this word meaning tepid comes from Old English
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