Jeopardy July 28 2022 answers


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# Question
1 Its the only independent survivor of the Spanish March buffer states created to protect Christian Europe from the moors
2 Marc Brunel's tunneling shield solved the problem of tunneling underwater first used under this river in London
3 Fans of the Green Bay Packers have this nickname after an unusual hat
4 These wide-legged pants resemble those worn by South American cowboys hence their name
5 For issue 1 in 1982 as many a front page had Lebanon's pres. getting blown up USA Today led with the death of this princess from Philly
6 A sturdy piece of timber or a ray of sunshine
7 This office building in Virginia has nearly 18 miles of corridors but you can walk between any 2 points of it in about 7 minutes
8 The invention known as the spinning Jenny turned wool or cotton into this 4-letter product
9 The Big Easy Mafia cheers for this NFL team
10 It's the canine name for a pattern of broken or jagged checks
11 The New York times (The Gray Lady) remarked on USA Today's brazen use of this in all 4 sections from July 2 1984
12 Ponzi is one type of this secretive plan
13 West Virginia's motto is Montani Semper Liberi translated as these people Are Always Free
14 In 1761 a canal linking Manchester England to the Worsley mine dropped the price of this fuel in the city by half
15 The Cameron Crazies are students who show undying support for this university's Blue Devils basketball teams
16 In 2020 Taylor Swift had a No. 1 song named for this clothing item
17 Stories by USA Today's Christine Brennan helped get this golf club to admit its first female members in 2012
18 A form of rule or government; hopefully it's not dictatorial
19 Virginia boasts about 554 miles of this scenic trail seen here being scenic indeed with McAfee Knob
20 In 1837 William Fothergill Cooke & Charles Wheatstone got a patent on this communications system using wires & needle pointers
21 The Junior Nation drove up support for this NASCAR legend
22 This 10-letter neckline is also a term of endearment
23 In 1986 USA Today became the youngest publication parodied by this Harvard mag including a story on sending Qaddafi thousands of pizzas
24 This warm current flows northeast & roughly parallel along the southern U.S. Atlantic coast
25 This West Virginia town was still part of regular Virginia when its arsenal was overrun on Oct. 16 1859
26 A mass trial in 1813 resulted in many hangings for these machine-smashing foes of the changes the Industrial Revolution brought
27 Fans of golfer Arnold Palmer are part of this military outfit
28 An aesthetic called this simple house core embraces eyelet blouses & frilly Laura Ashley dresses
29 USA Today's Leslie Cauley wrote about this agency storing Americans' phone records before Edward Snowden worked there
30 It's a common European food fish
31 Charleston's Intl. Airport is named for this test pilot a West Virginian who sounded off & made history in 1947
32 On July 4 1862 he picnicked with Alice Liddell & her sisters so it could have been Edith or Lorina in Wonderland
33 The man born Nicholas Breakspear ruled as Adrian IV the only Englishman to ever hold this job
34 Listen pal this 3-letter protuberance on a stem may develop into a flower or leaf
35 Makes sense that the B-R in the Baskin-Robbins logo incorporates this 2-digit number
36 Some swallows build nests of mud beneath these parts of a roof
37 ABBA: Can you hear the drums
38 A 1903 courthouse in this state is preserved as a museum because as a young girl Harper Lee watched her dad argue cases there
39 Ottoman sultan Murad IV is known for restoring order to his lawless realm & for reconquering this Iraqi city then held by the Persians
40 The jumping cholla species of this has detachable spines with barbs that resemble a porcupine's quill
41 The logo of this Japanese car brand is a caliper that resembles the letter A
42 Seaweed is a good source of this element an essential micronutrient
43 Dolly Parton: I'm begging of you please don't take my man
44 Bell Hooks inspired her great-granddaughter Gloria so Gloria took Bell's name professionally making this change
45 2nd century B.C. efforts by Syrian King Antiochus IV to suppress Judaism led to a revolt by this family including Judah
46 In seed-bearing plants this fine-grained stuff contains the male gametes
47 Ruminate on this--since the 1870s its trademark logo has featured a leaping ruminant not a plow or tractor
48 This controversial end-of-life practice derives its name from Greek for easy death
49 Lady Gaga: But I just can't be with you like this anymore
50 Asked whether she'd call A Wrinkle in Time science fiction or fantasy this author suggested science fantasy
51 Reigning for 50 years in the 19th century Pōmare IV was queen of this Polynesian island resisting European influences there
52 The word for a flower's collection of petals it's also Toyota's all-time bestselling car
53 This clothing line's crocodile logo goes back to the 1920s & its founder who was nicknamed The Crocodile on the tennis court
54 It's not exactly the same but for a quick easy way to make this combine mayo garlic & lemon juice
55 Looking Glass: You're a fine girl what a good wife you would be
56 This author of visionary sci-fi tales like The Minority Report could turn out 120 words a minute on a manual typewriter
57 In the late 1500s Henry IV of France converted to Catholicism to help unify his nation & ruled as the first of this dynasty
58 The business part of this plant Dionaea muscipula consists of 2 hinged lobes triggered by hair-like sensors
59 The little icons within this company's U logo represent its diversity including its more than 400 consumer brands
60 In mythology this Trojan warrior was second only to Hector in bravery
61 Simon & Garfunkel: You're breaking my heart you're shaking my confidence daily

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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
10 War & Peace opens in this year 7 years before a fateful invasion
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