Jeopardy January 17 2023 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy January 17 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 MIMAL sometimes said to be the silhouette of a chef or elf stands for Minnesota Iowa Missouri these 2 states
2 The outer covering of a hair shaft is called this like the area at the base of a fingernail
3 1993: DNA + prehistoric beasts = a billion box office dollars
4 These critters are sometimes derisively called trash pandas
5 Many shampoos target this annoyance a form of dermatitis in which a yeast causes your scalp to shed bits of skin
6 Amity Island has a very very big tourism problem
7 Trial item metaphorically floated to gauge public reaction
8 ...This UAE city may well be from the Philippines or know people who are; Filipinos make up 450000 of its 3 million people
9 Clinton Massachusetts is home to the museum of Russian these holy images in the tradition of the Orthodox Church
10 Tiny muscles called arrector pili in our follicles make our hair literally do this as a ghost in Shakespeare promises to do
11 Soldier Matt Damon needs rescuing; wait Vin Diesel's in the film too?!
12 As a verb it can mean to turn out well or to come next in a series
13 ...New York enjoy this 1046-foot Art Deco skyscraper designed by William Van Alen & built between 1928 & 1930
14 19th century artist William West dramatized the book of Exodus in these people Passing Through the Wilderness
15 Hair is mostly keratin which like collagen & elastin is classified as a structural one of these
16 Making Whoopi age several decades
17 Types of these in the Senate include Budget & Judiciary
18 ...Salt Lake City respectfully visit this landmark completed in 1867 home to its famous organ & choir
19 Using this -ism that sounds like a magician's skill Andrea Mantegna painted a ceiling fresco that seems to be open to the sky
20 From the Greek for fox it's a medical term for hair loss
21 Young cinema lover Sammy represents cinema lover Steven Spielberg
22 Anglers know parts of it include the barb the eye & the bend

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Latest Questions

# 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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