Jeopardy July 31 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy July 31 2021 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 Mother Goose Day as well as Mother's Day
2 Solo piano works by this man include 1846's Opus 60 Barcarolle & 17 Polish songs
3 Rachel Chu heads to Singapore with her ultra-wealthy boyfriend in this 2013 novel by Kevin Kwan
4 On Dec. 15 1968 there was no Brotherly Love as this NFL home team's fans booed Santa & pelted him with snowballs
5 Businesses & professors are among those who give the court information to help one party in an amicus curiae brief Latin for this
6 Mixologist is a glorified term for this
7 Black History Month
8 Die Zauberflöte in German this Mozart opera premiered in 1791 just months before the composer's death
9 This miserable guy says I was a convict. I have spent nineteen years in prison
10 This NFC South team blew a 25-point lead & lost Super Bowl LI in 2017
11 In many states a borrower who couldn't pay the mortgage has the right of redemption to stop this process until auction time
12 Filet mignon is cut from this
13 Pi Day on the 14th
14 Compositions by Bach include Toccata & this in D minor as well as The Art of the this
15 The Richardson family's house is a victim of arson in this bestseller by Celeste Ng adapted as a Hulu miniseries
16 Vince Coleman of this Midwest National League team fell victim to a mechanical tarp & was out of the 1985 playoffs
17 Let's get inventive & file one of these; the 3 types are utility plant & design
18 One must demonstrate a practical use of the taut-line hitch to achieve this scouting rank
19 National Humor Month & in New England Patriots' Day
20 Handel's 5-movement orchestral suite Music for the Royal these premiered in 1749 & naturally preceded a display
21 Zadie Smith's On Beauty is modeled on this author's Howards End
22 This Earl Weaver-managed American League team lost the 1969 World Series to the Amazin' Mets
23 It was this 3-named junior on the Supreme Court who gave the Clear & Present Danger restraint on free speech
24 Bonnie Prince Charlie who claimed he was England's rightful king was known as the Young one
25 National Native American Heritage Month & in England Guy Fawkes Day
26 One of Gabriel Faure's most famous pieces is his pavane a centuries-old dance that gets its name from this Italian P city
27 Christopher Isherwood is known for stories based on life in this European city in the 1930s; here's how he looked in that decade
28 Long after Dominique Wilkins this NBA team flew through a rough 2004-05 season going 13-69
29 If a judge has ruled against a case & said another lawsuit can't be filed on the same grounds it's been dismissed with this
30 If you've been left to someone's this 2-word idiom you have no protection from whatever they wish to do with you
31 This historic American document was addressed to King George III of Great Britain
32 If your BMI is between 25 & 30 it falls within the overweight range; if it's higher than 30 it's considered this
33 Idiomatically it is believing
34 It's your new driver's license with a star in the upper corner indicating it's this ID acceptable for air travel
35 This actor reads The Song of Hiawatha in a laundromat in 2004's Spider-Man 2
36 It's the country whose flag is seen here
37 Dits & dahs were the keys to this system devised in the 1830s that revolutionized communication
38 In 2020 the CDC reported there had been nearly 3000 cases including many deaths due to EVALI a lung injury caused by this activity
39 Someone who is not quite a friend but more than a stranger
40 Congratulations! You've been accepted to this oldest college in Virginia
41 In The Outsiders C. Thomas Howell recites this poet's Nothing Gold Can Stay
42 Until 2004 the guilder was the currency of this South American country
43 FDR's first inaugural address introduced this policy of treating Latin American nations with respect
44 The best defense against Lyme disease is reducing exposure to these bloodsuckers
45 He's the Old Testament prophet most quoted in the New Testament
46 Finally Nana's recipe for these cookies--you can't help but laugh when you say their name
47 Edward Lear's nonsense poem The Jumblies is perhaps fitting amid the chaos of World War I in this Sam Mendes film
48 It's the location of Saladin's mausoleum & tomb
49 John Winthrop led many followers to this colony in 1630 & gave us the image of the city upon a hill
50 This hereditary disorder in which the blood does not clot properly is more common in males than females
51 This adjective means emitting ionizing particles perhaps as part of decay
52 They're seed packets from this Pennsylvania-based company whose name is the same as an exercise move; time to get planting!
53 In the film of the same title Lee Remick quotes to Jack Lemmon Ernest Dowson's lines about The Days of this pair
54 Your plane just touched down at Bandaranaike International Airport--welcome to this country!
55 Established to help 4 million African Americans transition out of slavery this bureau lasted from 1865 to 1872
56 Pink eye is an inflammation of this clear membrane lining the inside of the eyelid & the white part of the eyeball
57 Meaning made up it also refers in legal terms to any business name that's not the official incorporated one
58 It's a gift card to REI which stands for this type of Equipment Inc.
59 This South American poet is a character in Il Postino & his poems like Ode to the Sea are featured in it
60 Its official name includes Most Serene Republic

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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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