Jeopardy July 03 2019 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy July 03 2019 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 Open sesame are the magic words that this man used to take gold from 40 thieves
2 NBA:Utah
3 The pen name he used for And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street was a wink to his unfinished doctorate
4 East Pittsburgh Nov. 2 1920:Election returns are the first commercial broadcast in this medium
5 If you're this you might be AWOL mistaken or a few steps away from first
6 Black medic & Canada thistle are types of these invasive things my lawn's mortal enemies & I kill 'em on sight
7 Princess Toadstool is in trouble in this 1985 Nintendo game yet her 2 rescuers are all about those gold coins
8 NBA:Oklahoma City
9 Margaret Mitchell was recovering from an ankle injury when she wrote this Pulitzer winner
10 PhillyJuly 12 1776: John Dickinson asks the Continental Congress hey did you read these Articles I sent you?
11 This hyphenated 4-word phrase describes something that starts & ends & starts & ends like some relationships
12 I love to cruise in my Husqvarna TS 354X with armrests & hydrostatic transmission it's one of these
13 In a 1964 film Goldfinger wants to detonate a dirty bomb in the gold reserves at this locale making his stash more valuable
14 NHL:Minnesota
15 He drew from his own background when writing The Prince of Tides
16 1541 Lima: This conquistador is murdered at dinner in his palace
17 The Soho Playhouse on Vandam Street or the Actors Temple Theatre on West 47th for example
18 My lawn is a bit smaller than the 15-acre green space in New York's Central Park known as this grazing animal's meadow
19 In 1922 people in Kanab Utah were convinced that the gold of this Aztec was in a mountain cave near their city...nope
20 MLS: Chicago
21 In a story by this sci-fi master I Sing the Body Electric! is the title of a pamphlet for a robot grandmother
22 London 1854: Dr. John Snow identifies the Broad Street pump as the cause of an epidemic of this disease
23 The prayers & griping of college football fans were rewarded with this at the end of the 2014 season
24 I plant the same tall fescue grass used in this directional lawn that hosts an annual Easter Egg Roll
25 In an opera this dwarf makes a ring from the gold of the Rhine & enslaves the Nibelungen
26 AAC football:This colorful Tulane squad
27 Miss Lonelyhearts was one of his satiric novels of the 1930s
28 1862 this Tokyo castle: Iemochi marries Princess Kazu in a shogun wedding
29 9-letter word for zealously authoritative
30 I keep an eye out for infections like this fungal one that sounds like you'd find it on iron not grass
31 Thomas Andrews was the chief naval architect for this ship & went down with it on its maiden voyage in 1912
32 The Pecos River rises in Mora County New Mexico heads into Texas & empties into this river
33 This 5-letter word for anything bad also means to be infested with parasitic insects
34 2-word term for the principal female singer in an opera; some can be temperamental
35 The Battle of San Jacinto lasted 18 min. with hundreds of Mexican soldiers killed as this place was remembered in battle cries
36 College professor & counselor Sean McGuire in Good Will Hunting
37 Tailor Franz Reichelt sought to invent a combination suit/this device but died after jumping off the Eiffel Tower
38 This strategic body of water is also called the Arabian Gulf
39 This 10-letter word for evil schemes means belonging to or involving the devil
40 Meaning little book it's the words of an opera
41 It took 32 days for U.N. forces to win the Battle of Heartbreak Ridge in this country in 1951
42 Car salesman Jerry Lundegaard in Fargo
43 Horace Hunley pioneered this transport & during a test run of one during the Civil War perished along with this crew
44 The name of this Hawaiian island is also the Hawaiian word for a roofed porch
45 This word for hateful is related to the present-day French word haine meaning hatred
46 A coda is a passage at the end of a work; in Italian it means this part of an animal
47 The 1781 Battle of Yorktown lasted for 21 days before this fenced-in general finally surrendered
48 Donald Rumsfeld in Vice
49 Jean Francois Pilatre de Rozier died in 1785 attempting to cross the English Channel in one of these that he designed
50 Kings Canyon in this country's Northern Territory offers some spectacular views
51 If someone calls you this it can mean you are inadequate (or you arouse compassion)
52 The name of this small flute is Italian for small
53 Lysander's surprise attack at Aegospotami destroying this city-state's fleet helped decide the Peloponnesian War
54 Speech therapist Lionel Logue in the King's Speech
55 This inventor died while driving one of his steamer automobiles crashing trying to avoid an obstacle on the road
56 This capital of Slovenia has 2 sets of LJ's in its name
57 Not were but this 4-letter word for dreadful comes before the name of an extinct wolf
58 Chopin taught this style of playing with linked notes the opposite of staccato which he called a pigeon hunt
59 German actor Max Schreck in Shadow of the Vampire


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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
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