Jeopardy July 11 2022 answers

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# Question
1 Its one of the most revived shows in Broadway history & in 2001 it was designated the State Opera of South Carolina
2 Iceland's vast Vatna Glacier is dotted with these; their heat can periodically cause melting & flooding
3 In 1984 Nena floated to No. 2 on the charts singing Scramble in the summer sky 99 of these go by
4 Ah distinctly I remember it this conflict of legend ignited by Paris & Helen & in the room that I now dwell in Quoth the raven...
5 The Volunteer State
6 1721 saw Robert Walpole become the first person to hold what would be called this high political office
7 Kahlil Gibran wrote this cheery sort of person sees the rose and not its thorns
8 Tasman Lake in this country is one of the few lakes in the world where you can see icebergs
9 Toddlers worldwide know this group sang Toot Toot Chugga Chugga Big Red Car on their TV show
10 As of someone gently rapping rapping at this alliterative item seen here; what for? Only this and nothing more
11 Great Faces Great Places
12 After 9 years' work in 1755 Samuel Johnson published this pioneering reference work
13 A standing one of these after your powerful monologue is sure to bring you a smile
14 99% of the world's glacial ice is located on Antarctica & this big island well to the north
15 For Peter Gabriel this unusual title precipitation is coming down... pouring down all over me
16 Presently my soul grew stronger & I'd wait no longer! This small French cake I'd make I swore! quoth the raven...
17 Not a state Isla Del Encanto
18 Jacobite supporter Lord Lovat was the last person publicly executed this way in Great Britain--he was spared hanging drawing & quartering
19 Cheers to the NCAA Final Four where the MVP is called the M.O.P.. with the O short for this
20 This glacier in Alaska is named for naturalist John who visited it in 1879; it has since receded & thinned
21 In 1988 UB40 drank up attention singing this title Stay close to me don't let me be alone
22 All my soul within me burning we see here this singer of 1999s Candy returning with such name as?
23 Heart of Dixie
24 In March 1743 this sacred oratorio received its London premiere conducted by Handel himself
25 Shakespeare wrote Why then the world's my this which I with sword will open; hopeful indeed!
26 When glaciers retreated in Norway seawater filled the floor of the resulting trough creating these like the Sogne
27 This country star the son of a big league pitcher hit the Top 40 in 2002 with Red Rag Top
28 Other friends have flown before to this northeastern Canadian region bounded by its self-named sea & more Quoth the raven...
29 The Midwest's Birthplace of Aviation
30 Not as famous as James Watt around 1712 Thomas Newcomen invented an initial version of this machine
31 Greeks of good cheer will exclaim this 3-letter word perhaps after breaking a plate
32 Terrible with money this Mo. humorist invested in James Paige's multi-ton typesetter; he later fantasized about Paige's slow death
33 The first in a series had Morpheus Trinity & Agent Smith
34 A Synodus Horrenda of 897 saw Pope Formosus guilty; 3 fingers were lopped off but he felt nothing as he was in this state
35 The eastern red type of this wood has a distinct aroma & insect-repelling quality that make it popular for closets & chests
36 This country surrounded by China & India joined the United Nations in 1955
37 A big vein in the mining biz or a valuable source of anything
38 The State Dept. issued guidelines to handle the drinking habits of this Mississippi writer on his official trips abroad
39 Ernesto de la Cruz & Miguel got animated in the land of the dead
40 At the center of 2013's U.S. v. Manning was this website that made sensitive secret information public
41 Boards sold as knotty this might be from the Scotch or Monterey types
42 Kings up through Alfonso XIII lived in the Royal Palace in this world capital
43 If things are going swimmingly for you in the U.K. you might exclaim Bob's your this
44 This poet & lord is said to have had an affair with his half-sister Augusta in 1813 the year he wrote The Bride of Abydos
45 Sharon Tate Bruce Lee & Jay Sebring came to town
46 Peter Heywood a crew member of this ship won his majesty's royal mercy in 1792; others would later hang from a yardarm
47 The black & sweet types of these fruit trees provide tight-grained woods prized by craftspeople
48 This city of more than 4 million people is home to the Jamia Mosque & Kenyatta University
49 This rhyming phrase suggests women should prioritize sibling-like relationships with other women over those with men
50 Known for his wildly graphic writing kidnapping & other horrific excesses he was transferred to the Bastille in February 1784
51 Annie Savoy & Nuke LaLoosh were good sports
52 1895 saw this writer initially suing for libel but the tables turned & he was soon on the hook for gross indecency
53 This strong durable 3-letter conifer is commonly used for building walls floors & ceilings
54 25 miles east of Vegas this man-made lake was just 37% full in 2021 sparking energy concerns for the American Southwest
55 As a verb it means exempt from new legislation
56 This author of Naked Lunch shot & killed his second wife in a drunken accident
57 Captain Miller Sergeant Horvath & Corporal Henderson in a '90s epic
58 This lawyer & statesman used his trademark rhetoric to convict corrupt Sicilian magistrate Gaius Verres in 70 B.C.
59 This soft lightweight red wood is named for a man born in what is now Tennessee around 1775
60 It's a county in Michigan a borough in Jersey & a city in Northern California's Alameda County
61 This phrase from Shakespeare's Henry V now refers to any close-knit group not just a military unit


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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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