Jeopardy July 09 2019 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy July 09 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 There's Marlboro country--er county--along with Greenville & Sumter
2 In The Marvelous Land of Oz he's the ruler of the Emerald City & is still full of straw
3 In one modern definition a labyrinth has a fairly clear path to this point & back; it's not a maze that tries to confuse you
4 Secretary of State 2005-2009 she was named to the college football playoff selection committee in 2013
5 In this 2005 movie the lemur King Julien sings I like to move it move it
6 Gynarchy
7 Take in the united colors of Bennington party in Orleans then go to Rutland
8 Stieg Larsson's second novel about Lisbeth Salander was The Girl Who Played With this
9 Some scholars believe medieval labyrinths like Chartres Cathedral's were meant to simulate pilgrimage to this city
10 In the early 1920s she toured the vaudeville circuit where she told her life story translated by Anne Sullivan
11 The only Oscar nomination for The Lego Movie was for this ridiculously catchy tune
12 Gerontocracy
13 Nez Perce County is on its west side & Teton County on the east
14 In Second Summer of the Sisterhood Bridget Lena Carmen & Tibby get more wear out of these title jeans
15 In Labyrinth she plays the worst babysitter ever--her baby bro is taken by David Bowie as the Goblin King
16 In 2016 this animal expert & autism spokesperson was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
17 Shakira's Try Everything was a great choice for this film about an ideal animal world
18 Anarchy
19 Here are 3 of its 5 counties: BristolKent & Newport
20 This character's Supremacy reigned following his Identity
21 What's been called the world's largest labyrinth is the 1500 miles of tunnels under Odessa Ukraine in this system
22 In 1777 the Pennsylvania State Navy Board paid her for making ship's colours &c
23 Also in the 1967 movie I Wan'na Be Like You made the cut for Jon Favreau's recent version of this movie
24 Mesocracy (this class)
25 Enjoy the Great Divide get held for Ransom then pick up Grand Forks
26 The second book in the Frank Herbert Dune series was titled Dune this word for a prophesied savior
27 The 4 famous labyrinths mentioned by Pliny the Elder were in Italy Egypt Lemnos & of course this Greek island
28 In addition to owning the company she was the publisher of the Watergate-era Washington Post
29 Origami Birds & Monkey's Story are tunes in this 2016 movie that references a musical instrument
30 Ergatocracy
31 Season 2 of this Georgia-set series was subtitled Robbin' Season
32 This superstore's Redcard can be a debit or a credit card
33 She confirmed that she was 5'5 shortly before becoming British prime minister in 1979
34 In physics plasma ionized gas with little or no electrical charge is often called the 4th state of this
35 Appetizers served before a main meal
36 Hubert Robert helped plan the opening of this museum to the public in 1793 & painted his idea of how it should look
37 In 2018 he could be seen on both The Conners & Black Earth Rising
38 This warehouse store got its start as Price Club
39 In a 1962 biopic 6'2 Peter O'Toole portrayed this 5'5 man whose height may have been stunted by mumps in childhood
40 Blood plasma contains protective proteins called gamma or immuno- these
41 Adjective for a carriage pulled by a team
42 (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) 17th-century artist David Teniers the Younger was the curator of an archduke's collection & painted it showing himself & dozens of ar
43 Are you hiring actors to play wrestler or are we the wrestlers? is a line from this Netflix show
44 Best Buy offers this Squad to help you install your latest gadget
45 She used her 5'5 frame to speak out for democracy in Myanmar starting in the late '80s leading to years under house arrest
46 Blood plasma circulates these important current-conducting substances like sodium & magnesium
47 Some believe this nursery rhyme fella was based on a cannon that crashed on the ground during the English Civil War
48 The Antwerp museum of this Flemish artist has a depiction of the collection of his friend Cornelis van der Geest
49 This 3-named actress stars in Westworld
50 In 2018 Lowe's began selling this tool brand once owned by Sears
51 Me Talk Pretty One Day is a book by this 5'5 humorist
52 Most of the visible universe like the Sun & stars is plasma; on Earth you'll see it in lightning & these polar spectacles
53 A residential area in which the dwellings have all been planned & built around the same time
54 In Las Meninas this painter depicted himself in front of a huge canvas perhaps at work on Las Meninas
55 Cress Williams plays the titular African-American electrical superhero on this CW series
56 Don't let the logo for this 5-letter store fool you--it sells products for other animals as well
57 It was world news when this 5'5 passionate amateur marine biologist died in Tokyo Jan. 7 1989
58 To make a Red Cross plasma donation it's great if you have this the fourth major blood group discovered
59 2-word term meaning to take shelter in a defensive position perhaps from a storm
60 One of Johan Zoffany's masterpieces is a depiction of the many masterpieces in this former Medici gallery

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# Questions
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2 The man with the golden shoes he crushed the world record in the 200 meters at the Atlanta Olympics
3 Stay sharp! 6 5 1 500
4 It's time to document this signature crime; it's also called false making & in Montana can earn a 10-year stretch
5 The berries & juice of this Central & South American palm are touted as a superfood
6 Bulawayo in this nation is home to State House built by Cecil Rhodes
7 Part classicist part romantic this is the only one of the 3 Bs of classical music who lived entirely in the 19th century
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9 Do your duty: 101 5 1 100
10 Using a baseball bat or brass knuckles to inflict injury can lead to a charge of ADW short for this
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