Jeopardy July 26 2022 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy July 26 2022 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 This childrens book character introduced in 1926 & a friend of the title creature gets his name from the sound he might make
2 In June 1215 King John accepted the Articles of the Barons a basis for this document
3 By August Wilson: The ____ Lesson
4 You are welcome to know that the knobbed whelk is New Jersey's state one of these
5 Place your bets! Big wheel keep on turning in this game
6 You may be right I may be this man who periodically gets his own channel; in 2022 his 52nd Street got played track by track
7 You've lost track of reality & have loco motives if you've gone off these
8 Around 630 B.C. this militaristic city-state basically turned Messenia's people into serfs
9 A Tony winner: The ____ Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
10 You'd have to expect that this would be Maryland's state bird
11 Circle Of Life is the opening number of this musical & not so surprisingly closes it as well
12 The music of this late great Heartbreaker leader who also traveled as Charlie T. Wilbury Jr. gets its own channel
13 Could I interest you in some of the same-named whiskey on this overnight flight?
14 From the 1600s to the 1780s guests were sent to this structure a state prison via lettre de cachet a direct order from the king
15 A reptilian title: Tennessee Williams' The Night of the ____
16 Fans must have gone Wild when this was named Minnesota's official sport
17 It's the oxymoronic slang term for a wrestling ring
18 You don't need a miracle to listen to Jerry Bob Phil Bill & Mickey of this jam band... you can just dial up their channel man
19 Whatever you feel like doing or whatever does this a rhyming phrase involving a transport
20 In 1586 the first colony on this island went back to England with Sir Francis Drake; no one knows where a later colony went
21 From a line in Shakespeare: ____ & ____ are Dead
22 The Appalachian this is Kentucky's state instrument
23 Despite the various colors the circles of this cereal favored by Toucan Sam were found to have the same flavor
24 This icon who can Prove It All Night has some Glory Days on his dedicated channel
25 This alliterative phrase refers to a difficult time or journey as well as a delicious type of ice cream
26 I am this pharaoh I founder of the 19th Dynasty! How did my mummy spend years in the Niagara Falls Museum?
27 Exploring the relationship between a teacher & his deaf student: Children of a ____ ____
28 Its state insect is the honey bee & its state emblem is a beehive
29 Jennifer Jason Leigh was the title Mrs. in a movie about this writer & her Vicious Circle
30 What Would You Say if I told you this man seen here along with his band had their own channel or have I said Too Much?
31 To have your first drink after abstaining for a long time is to do this tumble
32 They extend over 4000 miles from Venezuela to South America's southern tip
33 In 988 Vladimir I grand prince of this now-Ukrainian city converted to Christianity & cast its pagan idols into the Dnieper River
34 The theory of general relativity has been verified through experiments involving this innermost planet
35 This first lady's middle name LaVaughn honors her paternal grandmother
36 Damon Wayans took on the Danny Glover role when this buddy cop movie came to the small screen
37 If you're ichthyophagous your meals consist of these
38 Some 20 monasteries & dependencies including the Great Lavra are located on Mount Athos a holy mountain in this country
39 The lares were statues of household gods in ancient Rome; the lararium was this at which they were worshiped
40 John Von Neumann pioneered game theory starting by analyzing this game where bluffing is commonplace
41 Finley & Breese were the middle names of this 19th century American inventor & painter
42 There can only be one Adrian Paul as the immortal title hero Duncan MacLeod in the TV version of this epic film
43 Those that are galactophagous get their sustenance via this liquid
44 The Snowy Mountains which include Mount Kosciuszko form the roof of this country
45 After coming down from Mount Sinai Moses destroys the golden calf an idol fashioned by this brother of his
46 The third law of S thermodynamics says entropy tends to reduce as the temperature approaches this 2-word state
47 This playwright did not have Three Sisters but he did have the middle name Pavlovich
48 Nia Vardalos' nuptial hit My Big Fat Greek Wedding settled down on TV as My Big Fat Greek this
49 If you're apivorous you get by dining on these
50 The Goƻter Refuge offers a place to rest for climbers en route to the top of this mountain on the border between France & Italy
51 Ahab was okay with Jezebel's idol worship of this 4-letter fertility deity
52 This British doc who developed germ theory was the son of a microscope pioneer also named Joseph
53 Biblical middle name of the man said to be the richest person in the his death in 1848
54 In the TV version of The Exorcist Geena Davis was this character all grown up but with a possessed daughter of her own
55 Mycophagists are people who eat these in the wild avoiding the autumn skullcap
56 This Canadian mountain is second only to Denali as the highest peak in North America
57 In the 7th century this Middle East city was said to be home to as many as 360 idols including the moon god Hubal
58 Legend says this Greek ran naked through Syracuse after discovering his buoyancy principle
59 This middle name of Jackie Robinson honored the president who died the year he was born 1919
60 We saw the early life of a psycho in the sort of TV prequel Bates Motel with this actor as young Norman
61 Saurophagous is a description for those that eat these tails & all


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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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