Jeopardy January 23 2020 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy January 23 2020 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 In an ex-terminal designed by Eero Saarinen the TWA Hotel has 500-plus ultra-quiet rooms with views of this airport's runway
2 John Edwards
3 A design of your initials on your stationery
4 In 2011 this singer said 'Born This Way' is my answer to many questions over the years: Who are you? What are you about?
5 This slightly flared skirt of the 1960s is named for the letter it resembles in silhouette
6 Here's the 25-ton yellow submarine that docked at John Lennon Airport in 2005 in this city where it all began
7 Joseph Lieberman
8 Contraction used to address the queen in England
9 At the beginning of Bad Guy you can hear this young star removing her Invisalign braces so she doesn't lisp as she sings
10 The feather type of this snake scarf gets the press but you can wear one in pleated silk or fur too
11 The Spirit of Haida Gwaii the jade canoe greets you at the airport serving this most populous city in British Columbia
12 Edmund Muskie
13 Mark Twain was among those who worked as a devil an apprentice in this profession
14 Time to dial up a response upon hearing one of these
15 Unarmed civil rights protesters were killed on Jan. 30 1972 the Sunday Bloody Sunday that inspired that song by this group
16 These tight-fitting 3/4-length pants named for an Italian resort were hip & on hips in the '50s '80s & again in the 2000s
17 In disarray after airport security? Mitchell International serving this Wisconsin city has a place for you to get sorted out
18 Jack Kemp
19 Proverbially you have to pay this strolling musician who plays a small wind instrument
20 I declare this Latin word to mean a suspension of activity
21 In concert after playing this song that begins Don't go changing to try & please me Billy Joel said & then we got divorced
22 A monk's habit inspired this draped collar that can be pulled over the head & worn as a hood
23 We appreciate the indoor service dog relief area at the airport for this charmed city; the fire hydrant's a nice touch
24 Bob Dole
25 This term for a villain's minion may be from a Middle English word for horse handler
26 A whirlpool off Norway's coast or a tumultuous state of things
27 After she said They tried to make me go to rehab & I told them no no no her producer told her We should turn that into a song
28 1940s Mexican-American men helped popularize this rhyming ensemble associated with jitterbug dancing
29 Leading to the first animals this element began to build up in the atmosphere 2 BYA as a product of photosynthesis
30 A punny way to say go away is Make like a tree and do this
31 French novelist George Sand had several lovers including this Polish-French pianist & composer
32 One of Alcatraz' most infamous inmates he served time in Chicago's Cook County jail & in Atlanta before his arrival in 1934
33 Land plants are about 450 mil. years old but evolution didn't bring us these colorful seed-bearing parts until about 130 MYA
34 Mayans M.C.--the M.C. stands for Motorcycle Club
35 In 1698 Peter the Great wanted his wife Eudoxia to become an ex-this & forced her into a nunnery
36 You can say Hit the road! or hit these which roads were once often made of
37 As an editor in London Ezra Pound helped to publish this man's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
38 In 2018 after he was transferred to a West Virginia prison this infamous Boston mobster was murdered
39 The event of 65 million years ago that took out the dinosaurs is reckoned as the fifth of these mass die-offs
40 Schooled starring AJ Michalka as Lainey Lewis now a music teacher
41 My title is this & I am funky but in Japanese it's kĊshaku
42 In this 2017 horror film Lakeith Stanfield delivers the 2-word title line
43 Readers got Ezra Pound's views on art poetry & philosophy in his Guide to this oddly spelled starting K-U-L-C-H
44 This Robinson Crusoe author was pilloried (literally) & jailed for libel in 1703
45 One theory estimates that life on Earth began 3.5 billion years ago near these volcanic openings in the seabed
46 Set in Seattle Station 19
47 This German title comes from the Latin word Caesar
48 2-word phrase also meaning push the boat out into the water
49 He dedicated his poem The Waste Land to Ezra Pound il miglior fabbro (the better craftsman )
50 He served as Illinois governor from 2003 to 2009; in 2012 he began serving time at a low-security prison in Colorado
51 Around 300 million years ago almost all of Earth's continents came together to form one supercontinent known as this
52 Bindi: The Jungle Girl
53 (VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE) That's the pope putting the crown on Charles V so this must be the title he's receiving in 1530
54 Wordsworth began a poem not with Scram thou fond presumptuous elf but this more old-fashioned 6-letter word
55 Jules not George was a pseudonym that Ms. Sand used while writing for this newspaper of Paris not Seville

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# Questions
1 Decorative molding along the top of a wall or building
2 The GBH in this city's WGBH stands for Great Blue Hill the site of its first transmitter
3 Bertram Cates is on trial for teaching evolution in this play inspired by the Scopes trial of 1925
4 Laurie Metcalf was Marion McPherson mom to this title teen coming of age in Sacramento
5 Purple properties in classic Monopoly: Virginia Avenue States Avenue this place
6 Garfield served 9 terms in Congress as one of these alliterative Republicans who wanted equality for African Americans
7 It's a narrow opening in a cliff
8 KOIT--K-O-I-T--is in this California city home to Coit Tower
9 This American's play The Zoo Story was once staged in Regent's Park near the menagerie
10 The wardrobe Diane Keaton wore as this title girlfriend of Woody Allen came right from her own closet
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