Jeopardy July 05 2022 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy July 05 2022 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 Less than 100 yards north of the J. Edgar Hoover building is this notorious location
2 On July 20 1969 he famously declared:That's one small step for man one giant leap for mankind
3 Home to NBC the Comcast Building in New York City is popularly known as this number Rock
4 Cinnamon comes from this part of a tropical evergreen tree
5 Spoiler for a 15-year-old book! this house-elf doesn't make it all the way through The Deathly Hallows
6 South Park star/ writer/producer/ director/creator Randolph Severn Parker III keeps it simple & goes by this first name
7 For Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2017's Leatherface is this a movie going further back in time
8 Killed while making bread on July 3 1863 Jennie Wade was the only civilian to perish in this battle
9 Barack Obama was this number president
10 It's the Hawaiian garment seen here
11 In 1990 John Updike put this title guy to Rest after running through 4 novels
12 Celebrity Jeopardy! pitted Lloyd Bridges III (aka Beau) against Coy Perry III (aka Luke) Dylan McKay on this Fox drama
13 Title for a nobleman ranking above a count like Monsieur de Lafayette
14 Escaping from prison days before he was to be hanged he was tracked down & killed by Sheriff Pat Garrett July 14 1881
15 Your standard phonograph record until the 1950s or the age Diana Ross turned in 2022
16 'Cause I am a champion... you're gonna hear me do this sang Katy Perry
17 Did Bob Ewell fall on his own knife in this novel? Sheriff Heck Tate is fine with that explanation
18 Harry Nilsson born Harry Edward Nelson III memorably sang Everybody's Talkin' for this 1969 Voight-Hoffman film
19 This word means lateness in loan payments & can lead to another de word default
20 On July 17 2020 America lost 2 civil rights icons Rev. C.T. Vivian & this beloved congressman from Georgia
21 In Roman numerals it's XCVI
22 No Mickey Mouse affair it's paired with bubble in the name of a British treat
23 Sadly the Flowers for this tiny Daniel Keyes character are for his grave
24 This sportscaster at home with golf basketball & football has the given moniker James William III
25 From the French it's a type of varnish used to give surfaces a hard protective coating
26 The NHS for short it got started July 5 1948 & has been making it easier for British people to see doctors ever since
27 Edward Rutledge the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence was this age 4 years shy of the required age to be a senator
28 From Latin it means for each
29 After one character says this miss is past her prime this miss is a lot worse off than that
30 This high-flying '60s group included James Joseph McGuinn III (aka Roger) & Ingram Cecil Connor III (Gram Parsons)
31 The Boston Celtics play on this type of basketball court of wooden panels arranged in a geometric pattern
32 Named for an explorer this bay touches the territory of Nunavut on its west & Quebec on its east
33 Paul Milgrom shared a Nobel Economics Prize for inventions of new formats for these events; $400 $400 $400... who'll ring in?
34 Lena Dunham Zosia Mamet
35 Born into slavery Andrew Beard invented a steam engine & an automatic coupler which joined these transports
36 The title character of this fairy tale ballet pretends a broom is her dance partner at the ball
37 You have one to grind when saying something for an ulterior reason
38 In 2022 30+ people were rescued after getting stranded on floating ice & chilling with this bay near Point Comfort Wisconsin
39 This word can precede curve side & chain; problems with the latter were in the news in 2022
40 Uzo Aduba Laura Prepon
41 Joseph-Marie Jacquard aided the textile industry by using punch cards to automate these machines
42 Poor Mimi in this Puccini opera dies from tuberculosis
43 Familiar with the procedure? Then you know this power tool that makes holes
44 Extending about 35 miles inland Penobscot Bay is an inlet of the North Atlantic on the coast of this state
45 Hyperinflation ran rampant in this end-of-the-alphabet nation in 2009 when billions of its currency bought a loaf of bread
46 Rashida Jones Retta
47 Ella Gaillard's invention of the eyeless this revolutionized surgery
48 Tchaikovsky said that this overture of his was very loud & noisy & completely without artistic merit
49 It can mean both to sculpt & to swindle someone
50 Amerigo Vespucci is said to have first sailed this Brazilian bay Todos os Santos on Nov. 1 1501; hence the name
51 Book III of a 1776 economic work by this man is of the Different Progress of Opulence in different Nations
52 Julia Garner Laura Linney
53 In 1824 bricklayer Joseph Aspdin patented Portland this stronger than traditional mortars
54 The Son of Man a painting by this Belgian has a man in a bowler hat with his face blocked by a green apple
55 To twist or slang for a prison guard
56 The Sunshine Skyway Bridge crosses this body of water sheltered in part from the Gulf of Mexico by the Pinellas Peninsula
57 Thomas Malthus worried about a general this 4-letter word for a situation with too many goods in the economy
58 Hailee Steinfeld Florence Pugh
59 Friedrich Koenig's improvements to this machine not much changed since the 1450s included self-inking
60 Black sculptor Edmonia Lewis depicted exclusion in her art like this mother of Ishmael cast out into the wilderness
61 Alliterative phrase meaning to drive a fact into someone's consciousness


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# Questions
1 In 1756 Voltaire wrote that this which had lasted nearly a thousand years was none of the 3 elements in its name
2 In 1922 this archaeologist sent a cable sayin At last have made wonderful discovery in valley
3 This poison gets its name partly from the Greek for Dark Blue
4 Bearing the name of an 8th century Berber conqueror this strait separates 2 continents
5 A 1950 L.A. Times column said the defect of this seemed to be the senator for whom it was named
6 General relativity meant there must be these waves but they werent directly detected until 2015 by the LIGO Observatory
7 The name of this satellite that scared the West is Russian for traveling companion
8 A 1791 proclamation by President George ordered the first this of the District of Columbia a young George would have done it himself
9 Home to an NHL team the sap center in this California city is nicknamed The Shark Tank
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