Jeopardy July 14 2021 answers


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# Question
1 No longer needed because of computers linotype operators made sure these things got to one's doorstep daily
2 The Indian state of Assam gives its name to a common type of this & Assam grows lots of it
3 It's the third entry in the Twilight saga
4 Vamoose!
5 ...buy more of the golden Kellogg's cereal named for this Star Wars droid; it was discontinued years ago
6 This song by the B-52's says There goes a dogfish chased by a catfish
7 In Mary Poppins a fittingly sooty Dick Van Dyke sings Chim Chim Cher-ee a song about this job
8 Weaving is an important tradition in Assam & many homes have one of these devices seen here
9 There's a direction & a paradise in this double-E Steinbeck title
10 Hamlet's first choice
11 ...move this kind of big rock if it's on public property in the Colorado city of the same name; the municipal code says no
12 A video for this tune about an infant predatory fish & family has racked up more than 8 billion views on YouTube
13 Back in the day there was some heavy lifting for the guy with this job also Val Kilmer's nickname in Top Gun
14 Assam's Kaziranga National Park is a reserve for the royal Bengal species of this big predator
15 Gail Carson Levine reimagined Cinderella with the heroine under a curse of obedience in this double-E title
16 Evil King clown tale
17 ...change gears in a manual transmission auto without first disengaging & then re-engaging this
18 This Oscar-winning tune from The Little Mermaid mentions the trout rockin' out
19 You used to be able to get a job as a pinsetter at one of these establishments
20 Sericulture the farming of these textile-producing creatures is a large part of the economy in Assam
21 A pistol-wielding panda adorns the cover of this bestseller about the importance of proper punctuation
22 22/7 approximately
23 ...go boating in Owens Lake near the California-Nevada border; it dried up in the 1920s after its water was sent to this city
24 Ann & Nancy Wilson wrote about the sleazy side of the music industry in this fishy song
25 A rector is a university head; one letter different is this person from Latin to read who would read to factory workers
26 These winds whose season begins in Assam in June have been known to cause devastation
27 The title heroine of this 1816 novel wrongly believes herself to be a gifted matchmaker
28 The farming equivalent of Big Pharma is not Big Farm but big this
29 ...visit Swaziland any more; in 2018 it changed its name to this
30 Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea says a No. 1 hit by this group with a different animal in its name
31 In May President Obama announced on live TV that this man had been killed in a U.S. military operation
32 Just east of the city bearing its name this beach is between Biscayne Bay & the Atlantic
33 58 miles in diameter Copernicus is one of the most prominent of these features on the Moon
34 A 2020 study found that each of these events since 1960 has gone over budget averaging 172% & led by Montreal's 720%
35 The end of this musical sees the creation of The Book of Arnold
36 First popular in the U.S. in the 1960s table soccer is also known by this 1-word name
37 A British royal wedding captured the world's attention as this pair got hitched in April
38 On June 6 1944 the U.S. Army's 2nd Ranger Battalion climbed the cliffs of the beach code-named this
39 One of Harry Potter's friends at Hogwarts shares her first name with this Roman goddess of the Moon
40 The government of New South Wales held a lottery for 30 years to pay for this building whose budget went from $7 mil. to $102 mil.
41 This Sarah Jessica Parker character wrote the books Menhattan & A Single Life
42 Delicious here's a stack of the English type of this
43 Zuccotti Park in New York City's Financial District was the birthplace of this movement against economic inequality
44 Snorkelers at Trunk Bay off St. John in this U.S. territory can read plaques on the seafloor for info on what they see
45 A penumbra is the outer lighter ring of one of these solar freckles
46 A Musical Web was the original subtitle of this Broadway show that went millions over budget
47 The First Time & Love Hurts were books written by the murderous novelist that Sharon Stone played in this 1992 movie
48 It is said that For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of this
49 This Ohio Republican took over as Speaker of the House of Representatives
50 The beach Matthew Arnold was talking about must not have been this sunny spot on Barbados' south coast; it's no darkling plain
51 This Greek scholar with an Egyptian dynastic name devised his theory of the Sun revolving around the Earth around 150 A.D.
52 The 1858 $250000 budget for the Old New York County Courthouse climbed to $12 million much going into the pocket of this man
53 You can't book a room at this title Wes Anderson establishment nor read the novel of the same title that appears in the film
54 In retirement Sherlock Holmes devotes his time to this hobby
55 Israel freed 1027 prisoners in exchange for soldier Gilad Shalit 5 years a captive of this group that governs Gaza
56 Between Fish Hoek & Cape Point Boulders Beach gets all kinds of tourists in this country
57 In 5 billion years out of hydrogen the Sun will become this big colorful type of star & start engulfing planets
58 Building in brick to replace facades this network went $30 million over budget on new sets for Eastenders
59 This John Irving character wrote Procrastination & Second Wind of the Cuckold; mother Jenny wrote A Sexual Suspect
60 Hosteler is an archaic synonym for this person

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# Questions
1 Leafy greens are rich in this vitamin needed to synthesize clotting factors; blood thinners may counteract its activity
2 Home to a wildlife refuge this saline sea in the Colorado Desert is California's largest lake in surface area
3 Quetzalcoatl was worshiped at Tula also called Tollan by this people from whom the Aztecs claimed descent
4 A blessing from the Sermon on the Mount
5 In 1987 a month after her 16th birthday this single-named singer topped the charts with I Think We're Alone Now
6 After the death of his wife Julia this member of the First Triumvirate turned against his father-in-law Julius Caesar
7 If mango skin makes your lips tingle it's a reaction related to the rashes you might get from touching this toxic vine
8 A Seminole reservation & the communities of Belle Glade & Pahokee are found around the shores of this lake
9 Appearing as a swan to Leda Zeus became a dad to at least one of these twins the Dioscuri; obviously that's complicated
10 Many over-40 folks wear these to compensate for presbyopia
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