Jeopardy July 17 2021 answers

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# Question
1 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Zeppelin Field in Nuremberg Germany.) A final Nazi rally ironically called the Party Rally for Peace was scheduled for September 2 1939 but never held as
2 The prologue to a trilogy this novel is subtitled There and Back Again
3 The P.R. department says we need a new this a catchy 6-letter musical ad slogan like Plop Plop Fizz Fizz
4 Of vacant (8 letters)
5 2020: It was a family affair for her & daughter Blue Ivy Carter winning for the video Brown Skin Girl
6 Thought to be extinct in 1912 an Australian nocturnal type of this bird was rediscovered in 2013; no word on if it wanted a cracker
7 (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Zeppelin Field in Nuremberg Germany.) At a 1934 Nuremberg rally the Nazis proclaimed that this German empire would last a thousand years; but in 1945 U.S
8 In England this classic was published as The Whale; in the U.S. The Whale was a subtitle
9 How are we on office supplies? Let's get some Clic Stic Fashion ball point pens from this company & maybe some of its lighters
10 Of written (4 letters)
11 2008: Not in attendance she dominated the evening winning 5 awards
12 The mugshots of Dan Aykroyd in Trading Places & this late actor in The Blues Brothers have nearly the same prisoner numbers
13 During the Battle of Britain brave engineers removed an unexploded bomb that would have devastated this London landmark
14 First published in 1854 this nonfiction work has the subtitle or Life in the Woods
15 The accounting team says the R.O.I. short for this was solid on the Plotsky deal
16 Of chaos (5 letters)
17 2011: This song gave it all to Adele--Record of the Year Short Form Music Video & Song of the Year
18 The food & drink shop here was uncovered in 2020 complete with traces of 2000-year-old food in this city buried by a volcano
19 U.S. troops marched into Germany through the dragon's teeth of this defensive line named for a legendary German hero
20 This novel's The Modern Prometheus refers to the Titan who created man out of clay
21 We're aware of the takeover bid but the legal team added this tough to swallow alliterative proviso to kill any deal
22 Of powerless(10 letters)
23 2015: He continued Livin' La Vida Loca with the best Latin Pop Album A Quien Quiera Escuchar (Deluxe Edition)
24 An Only in 2020 headline: the Rainbow Warriors of this university knocks off Houston in Texas-based New Mexico Bowl
25 Here's the view from one of these alphanumeric flying fortresses as it unleashed its bombs over occupied Europe in 1943
26 Longfellow's narrative poem named for this woman is A Tale of Acadie
27 The CEO will meet with Alcoa at its headquarters in this city & maybe even catch a game at Heinz Field
28 Of pellucid (6 letters)
29 2019: Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album went to this British singer/songwriter & The Imposters not the Attractions
30 This Vermont senator is not only 3rd in the succession line to the presidency he was born blind in one eye & has been in 5 Batman movies
31 Neutrophils are the most plentiful type of these colorless components in the body that fight infections
32 University of Mississippi alumni include Shepard Smith Michael Oher & this bestselling author of The Street Lawyer
33 12th U.S. president who topped the pop charts with Shake It Off
34 This synonym for plea can be found after mass curb & sex
35 The High Atlas is a mountain range in this country
36 There is no God... man simply is Jean-Paul Sartre said in a 1945 lecture defending this philosophy
37 Now extinct the largest mammal of the order that includes the manatee & the dugong was the Stellar's this
38 In 1965 scientists at the University of Florida came up with this beverage to help the football team stay better hydrated
39 Talented singer & pianist who can do a mash-up of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road & All Of Me
40 To sell off all shareholdings from your portfolio as people did to protest apartheid in South Africa
41 The Aswan High Dam controls the floodwaters of the Nile forcing them into this lake
42 Per Plato's Apology this other guy said an unexamined life is not worth living
43 This lowest part of the brainstem helps maintain normal blood pressure among other activities
44 The University of Tennessee is one of 2 S.E.C. schools from the state; this one founded by a shipping magnate in 1873 is the other
45 Movie where the monstrous Lester Burnham locks up Belle who finds an enchanted rose
46 It's the type of bracelet seen here
47 Hey drifter you should know that this western third of Kansas is an elevated plateau
48 Always figuring the odds this Guys and Dolls scribe noted All life is 6 to 5 against
49 This 7-letter adjective describes animals like elephants & gorillas that are mostly active during the day
50 Gov. George Wallace protested the court-ordered end of racial segregation at this school in 1963
51 Han Solo's freighter is a 1980s primetime soap set at a vineyard & starring Jane Wyman
52 Flotsam's partner it's thrown off a ship to aid stability
53 This national scenic trail passes by High Point the highest peak in New Jersey
54 No stuffed tiger he wrote in Leviathan that life was solitary poor nasty brutish and short
55 The citric acid cycle also goes by the name of this German-born biochemist who discovered it in 1937
56 He was the first superintendent of Louisiana State but resigned to march off into the Union Army
57 Film in which a kid in a Welsh coal-mining family like totally falls for a 1980s Southern California chick
58 This end-of-the-alphabet word is a warm soft western breeze
59 The high pressure system known as the Siberian High is centered on this big Russian body of water
60 Stuart was the middle name of this British philosopher who said Liberty consists in doing what one desires


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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
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