Jeopardy July 22 2019 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy July 22 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 Ian McKellen narrates this epic that's perfect for a long road tripOld friend--our queen wise Penelope summons you the prince's mother
2 Ivy since 1937; lights since 1988
3 When the captain says to do this to the anchor he wants it raised not measured
4 Not just for grannies these days:TINT KING
5 In civil ceremonies the best man & maid of honor may be replaced by 2 of these required by law to sign the marriage license
6 In a 1997 eulogy her brother Earl Spencer spoke of a family in grief...a country in mourning...a world in shock
7 She tells us how she created a modern TV classicA triangle between me Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan felt like it had potential
8 An Eddie Murray statue & the B&O warehouse
9 This explosive-sounding part is a long spar at the foot of a sail
10 Get behind the wheel: TRY POET
11 Traditionally if you catch this you'll be the next to marry
12 In a 1968 eulogy his brother Ted called him a good and decent man who saw wrong and tried to right it
13 Tim Curry takes us on an adventure with a classic by this authorLet no one take it into his head before us to try and discover the center of the Earth!
14 The Vin Scully Press Box
15 A command to turn this 8-letter way means to head into the breeze
16 It's what you yeast expect: GRIN WEB
17 Jessica Simpson's 1-year-old son Ace had this job at Mommy's wedding in 2014
18 At this New York Yankee slugger's funeral in 1995 Bob Costas spoke of his flaws as well as his many triumphs
19 She tells humorous anecdotes from her long career on stage & screenYes yes she interrupted But you're going to be playing Mary Poppins? Yes Miss Travers. Well you're much to pretty of course
20 The Jr. Jays Club & Tim Hortons
21 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a bit on the monitor.) A bit is a sturdy post in a deck for fastening cables & ropes so when the captain says Hold on to this it means to grab the last part of a
22 Watch the fishies; NON RISK GEL
23 It's the canopy under which the bride & groom can stand during a Jewish wedding ceremony
24 Everest conqueror Sir Edmund Hillary's funeral oration was given by Helen Clark the prime minister of this nation
25 James Franco gives voice to this absurdist novel by Kurt VonnegutListen: Billy Pilgrim has come unstuck in time
26 Fredbird & the Budweiser Terrace
27 The navigator factors in the effects of tide & current to answer the captain's request for the EP estimated this
28 Don't let Fluffy see what you're doing; MY DIRT AXE
29 The bride & her bridesmaids can walk down the aisle towards the altar in one of these orderly ceremonial lines
30 General Henry Lee's funeral oration for George Washington contains the line First in war first in peace & first here
31 Large Durham boats for hauling iron were used by George Washington to cross this river in December 1776
32 After hanging out with Friends in the '90s she made some Drunk History in a First Ladies episode as Edith Wilson in 2014
33 It's the word for a quotation at the beginning of a poem or other text
34 In a study on this winter sate of being the Institute of Arctic Biology found that a bear's heartbeat would slow to 3 per min.
35 An extremely talkative person who goes on & on & on as if they have no idea they are droning along on & on & on & on
36 A 2017 article written in June--not Aug. or Sept.!--asked at 31-41 Is it time for the Mets to wave this?
37 At the Reagan Library you can go aboard this plane that served 7 presidents in all
38 In 2004 she provided the voice of Elastigirl the wife of Mr. Incredible
39 A heroic one of these is 2 rhyming lines of iambic pentameter
40 California sagebrush & coyote bush are good yard plants in L.A. because they are this kind of period tolerant
41 Synonyms for this word include apex summit & acme
42 Sure I wave the American flag. Do you know a better flag to wave? asked this actor The Duke
43 France's first nuclear one of these Le Redoubtable was ready to go in 1971
44 One of his memorable lines in A Fish Called Wanda is Don't call me stupid
45 Don't hold back name this repeated line in a poem also a verb meaning to hold back
46 German biologist Walther Flemming coined this term for cell division not for the piggies on his own feet
47 Among its meanings are intricate a group of related buildings & some type of emotional problem
48 Some have noted the often-seen mix-up of this nation's flag with the Red Cross emblem
49 2-word name of the German airship that was the first one to engage in a transatlantic flight
50 This Celebrity Jeopardy! champion informed movie viewers that St. Hubbins was the patron saint of quality footwear
51 Consonance is repetition of consonant; this other nance is repetition of vowels
52 Hawaii's white sand beaches like Anaehoomalu Bay are mainly a composition of coral & these broken-up items
53 It's an ancient manuscript that is the earliest form of a book; there is a Madrid one & a Dresden one
54 This Minnesota gov. believed Body & soul There is much more to being a patriot...than reciting the pledge or raising a flag
55 It made 1968 news & rests on a Pyongyang river part of the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum
56 In Hard to Kill this martial artist & actor says I'm gonna take you to the bank Senator Trent. To the blood bank
57 This pause in the middle of a line of poetry is from caedere Latin for to cut
58 The only insect to migrate across an ocean is called the wandering this like an aircraft type; it covers miles without a wingflap
59 It's the diacritical mark seen here over the letter A

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# Questions
1 At the Chicago Board of Trade many agricultural commodities like oats are traded in this unit equal to 4 pecks
2 Willem-Alexander the son of this woman who reigned for more than 30 years is the current monarch
3 This expression inspired by an event in the Book of Daniel illustrated here means an effort is doomed to fail
4 E.L.O.: A celebration he's up there waitin'
5 Tiu lien is literally Chinese for this harming one's reputation a dreaded fate in China
6 In the early 1900s Swiss doctor Maximilian Bircher-Benner devised this rolled oats cereal as a health food
7 The International Court of Justice headquartered in this Dutch city got its current name in 1945
8 This type of drug has a psychological effect not directly physiological & a name from Latin meaning I shall please
9 Billy Paul: Me and her We got a thing goin' on
10 Many have lost their shirts at Aqueduct now the only one of these in New York City
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