Jeopardy July 02 2019 answers


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# Question
1 In X-Men Origins: Wolverine Ryan Reynolds fights with this other Sexiest Man Alive
2 Proverbially a nice person without a lot of social grace is one of these in the rough
3 There's a kitchen honcho in the name of this classic salad with egg cheese & meat
4 A group in this country started printing fake zero-rupee notes to give out when an official asks for a bribe
5 It's not so funny when you hit the end of it: EMU RUSH
6 The AKC says the tuxedo-coated terrier named for this New England city makes an excellent urban pet
7 Sexiest Men Channing Tatum & Matthew McConaughey stripped the competition in this 2012 film
8 A pale yellow like certain waves of grain
9 Composed of several types of young greens mesclun is AKA this seasonal mix
10 It's a plant bud united with another growing plant or the use of your political office to make money
11 You might become a knight while on one: LATE PAL
12 This collie named for an English-Scottish region is renowned for its herding skills
13 In Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Jude Law is Dumbledore & this guy is the title villain
14 The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy says Ireland has this nickname because of its lush green countryside
15 A Caprese salad is made with tomatoes basil olive oil & thick slices of this cheese
16 Thanks to Boss Tweed an 1870s courthouse in this city cost almost twice as much as the U.S. spent to buy Alaska
17 Front & center:MR. TUNES
18 Check out the big eyes & beard on the Griffon named for this Low Country capital
19 Chris Hemsworth fought alongside this 2018 Sexiest Man who played Heimdall in all 3 Thor movies
20 It's the longest title you'll never forget--Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by her
21 The name of this dressing comes from an archipelago in the St. Lawrence River
22 A bribe can be paid upfront; if an official helps me first & I pay him later it's this 8-letter word
23 Tough to scratch:CLAP USA
24 Meaning from a north Italian city a breed of white Italian dog is named this like a meat sauce
25 Patrick Swayze & Keanu Reeves brought the sexy to this surfing/bank heist movie
26 Janis Joplin's nickname
27 Mizuna is an Asian variety of these peppery greens with a condiment in their name
28 In 1982 Ronald Regan said to do this 3-word marshy phrase when you're up to your armpits in alligators
29 It can be used to articulate in more than one sense: MILD BEAN
30 Formerly called spaniels the hunting dogs named for northwest French region more closely resemble small setters
31 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the George W. Bush Presidential Library.) Forty-six Baseball Hall of Famers visited the White House in 2001 & signed a bat for the president including No
32 Da NangDa Lat
33 2018's The Silence of the Girls tells this classic story from the perspective of Briseis Achilles' concubine
34 A fertile area in Mesopotamia is described as having this shape
35 Name of the man who described the disease now named for him as involving involuntary tremulous motion
36 No big surprise--this department store has an outpost at 611 5th Avenue in Manhattan
37 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the George W. Bush Presidential Library.) The library has the bullhorn President Bush
38 Lugano Lausanne
39 In this man's Wife Una marries the title whaling captain
40 The British crown jewels include one of these with cross & one with dove
41 Nearly 50 years after he was admitted to the Ohio bar he defended John T. Scopes
42 Daniel Craig took over the James Bond franchise with this 2006 feature
43 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the George W. Bush Presidential Library.) This 9mm Glock pistol was held by this former world leader when he was found hiding in a hole in the ground by
44 LagosLafia
45 The servants who work downstairs for this Pride & Prejudice family are the focus of Longbourn
46 It literally means emitting sparks & this conversation is less than...
47 In 1964 this actor played 3 roles in the same film including the hilarious Dr. Strangelove
48 A sci-fi author & Navy man he founded the Church of Scientology
49 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the George W. Bush Presidential Library.) The Situation Room replica has the actual furniture from Washington--from this table on March 19th 2003 Preside
50 BeershebaBat Yam
51 Unseen in the Shakespeare play Rosaline gets her story told in the book titled this character's Ex
52 The iA model of this Toyota car became the Yaris iA
53 The late 2010s have given this CNN analyst & Harvard Law grad the chance to explain many interesting legal issues
54 This late funny man won a 2001 Grammy for Best Comedy Album for Braindroppings
55 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the George W. Bush Presidential Library.) The Bush Library has full-sized Oval Office where you can sit behind a replica of this famous desk also used b
56 Aarhus Aalborg
57 Foe by J.M. Coetzee depicts the final days of these 2 men as seen by a woman shipwrecked with the pair
58 This leg nerve is the longest in the body
59 Manhattan had 3 D.A.s in 68 years before Cyrus Jr. son of this 1970s Secretary of State took over in 2010
60 New York Harbor had Ellis Island; San Francisco Bay had this island as its immigration station

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# Questions
1 At the Chicago Board of Trade many agricultural commodities like oats are traded in this unit equal to 4 pecks
2 Willem-Alexander the son of this woman who reigned for more than 30 years is the current monarch
3 This expression inspired by an event in the Book of Daniel illustrated here means an effort is doomed to fail
4 E.L.O.: A celebration he's up there waitin'
5 Tiu lien is literally Chinese for this harming one's reputation a dreaded fate in China
6 In the early 1900s Swiss doctor Maximilian Bircher-Benner devised this rolled oats cereal as a health food
7 The International Court of Justice headquartered in this Dutch city got its current name in 1945
8 This type of drug has a psychological effect not directly physiological & a name from Latin meaning I shall please
9 Billy Paul: Me and her We got a thing goin' on
10 Many have lost their shirts at Aqueduct now the only one of these in New York City
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