Jeopardy July 01 2019 answers


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# Question
1 By Mitch Albom: Tuesdays with ____
2 Me-ouch! It's the implement seen here
3 It's a synonym for mogul or magnate
4 In 1741 this man died on the island that would be named for him in the sea that would be named for him in the N. Pacific
5 In this film Mandy Patinkin has the memorable lines Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die
6 South Africa is home to the Afrikaners descendants of these people from a Dutch word for farmer
7 Anthony Bourdain's Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly: Kitchen ____
8 Nuclear fission is an example of this type of self-sustaining process
9 A popular tourist spot here's Iceland's Blue this
10 In 2017 Margrethe II knighted this Metallica drummer with the Order of the Dannebrog
11 Mandy Patinkin created the role of Che on Broadway in this musical set in Argentina
12 It's the homeland of the Flemings & the Walloons
13 By James Watson about the discovery of the structure of DNA: Double ____
14 With pathologist Howard Florey biochemist Ernst Chain isolated & purified this antibiotic for general clinical use
15 Various forms of this word appear more than 250 times in the novel Moby-Dick
16 Comedian Victor Borge's inflationary words turn this phrase into You look twoderful threenight
17 Mandy won an Emmy for playing Dr. Jeffrey Geiger on this medical drama set in the city of his birth
18 The Maori the first people to settle this country make up only about 15% of the population today
19 First published in 1972: Dr. ____ Diet Revolution
20 Whip & hip whip are maneuvers in this sport portrayed in the movie Whip It
21 This country flies the flag seen here
22 We're just Mads for this actor who played a villain opposite Doctor Strange
23 Mandy played George in the original Broadway production of this musical with sets & costumes based on a Seurat painting
24 The Sinhalese are the majority people of this island nation
25 A Pulitzer Prize-winning Biography of Cancer: The Emperor of All ____
26 Bitcoin uses this technology as its transaction record
27 If you insist on chewin' that tobacco make sure to expel it into this bowl
28 For this 19th century philosopher Subjectivity... is truth
29 Auggie a boy with facial differences goes to the school where Mandy is the kindhearted principal in this 2017 film
30 You'll spot a lot of non-canine Dalmatians in Dalmatia mostly along the coast of this country
31 In this film gunfighter Steve McQueen joins up with 6 others to defend a Mexican village from bandits
32 A funeral song or any mournful sound
33 MLB's Angels aren't based in Los Angeles but in this nearby city
34 In the book of this much-suffering Biblical man he answered the Lord and said behold I am vile
35 (Sarah of the Clue Crew holds two containers.) While it might appear that there's more fluid in the test tube than in the beaker they actually have the exact same this--the amount of space th
36 On October 1st 1553 this Bloody monarch was crowned queen of England
37 As Snake Plissken this actor had to Escape from New York & Los Angeles
38 Collective term for the style of furnishings of a home's interior
39 On this continent's Kerepakupai Meru River Angel Falls plummets 3212 feet
40 This poetic lord wrote of vile assignations and adulterous beds elopements broken vows and hearts and heads
41 Xylem & phloem in plants are part of this system dealing with food & water transportation
42 Joan I was a 13th c. queen of Navarre a land that controlled vital passes in these Franco-Spanish mountains
43 This actor returns as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Far From Home trying to enjoy a vacation while battling new foes in Europe
44 Term for a feudal Anglo-Saxon or Scottish lord; Macbeth was one of Cawdor
45 These 6-winged angels of the Bible are the highest ranked above cherubim
46 An 18th c. quote says A man who could make so vile this 3-letter play on words would not scruple to pick a pocket
47 In vertebrate anatomy it's the opposite of dorsal & meas on the tummy side
48 She reigned as queen of Castile from 1474 until her death in 1504
49 It was Riggs Murtaugh & Chris rock as Detective Lee Butters in film number 4 in this series
50 Worn in public by some Muslim women it's a long loose garment covering the body from head to feet
51 This German actress immortalized the song Falling In Love Again on screen in 1930's The Blue Angel
52 In a 1941 speech Churchill referred to a a vile race of these traitors from the name of a Norwegian one
53 Eclipsing binaries are these types of stars that fluctuate in brightness
54 Before she married France's Louis XVI & became queen Marie-Antoinette was an archduchess of this country
55 This actress' role in Salt as an accused spy for Russia was originally written for Tom Cruise
56 It's a shallow bay; there's one of Benin
57 Something of a self-portrait Eugene Gant is the hero of this 1929 Thomas Wolfe novel
58 In A Passage to India by him Adela thought Tears vile a degradation more subtle than anything endured in the Marabar
59 The outermost region of an atom where electron transfers occur is called this shell
60 Born in Catania in the 14th century Queen Maria of this island lost her kingdom but returned with a fleet & took it back

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# Questions
1 Irene Adler is known as the woman who outwitted Sherlock but she only appears in one story: A Scandal in this kingdom
2 Some agrarian societies are considered this not yet having developed manufacturing capability
3 This length used in horse racing is equal to 220 yards or 1/8 of a mile
4 Neil Finn formerly of Split Enz formed this band named for a cramped place on Sycamore Avenue in Los Angeles
5 In A Study in Scarlet this Scotland Yard inspector is described as lean and ferret-like
6 It means biased or inclined in a particular direction though it sounds like it means thrown away early
7 At one time a nook was a measure of land equal to about 20 of these
8 Drummer Travis McNabb rocked for better than Ezra then went country with this Jennifer nettles band
9 This heavyweight boxing champ of the 1970s & '80s was nicknamed the Easton Assassin
10 Mrs. Hudson is Sherlock's landlady at this alphanumeric London address
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