Jeopardy June 01 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy June 01 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 Daruma dolls which right themselves when tipped over are associated with a Japanese phrase meaning fall down seven times do this eight
2 Alice encounters this crazed craftsman at a tea party
3 A sometime Coral Gables resident singer Marc Anthony co-owns this NFL team
4 Regulus is part of the sickle a star formation that is also the head of this maned constellation
5 Cordate & cordiform mean shaped like the common symbol for this body part
6 She was the first woman to be both wife & mom to a U.S. president
7 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from New York City.) A hippopotamus nicknamed William is the mascot of the 5th Avenue outpost of this venerable New York City museum; a replica of him makes a
8 To write his bestseller about this colorfully hatted group Robin Moore trained with them & accompanied them to Vietnam
9 There was no swash in this MLB team's buckle from 1993 to 2012 with no winning seasons
10 This pair of Big & Little star clusters can be found in Ursa Major & Minor respectively
11 A tetrahedron is sometimes described as a triangular one of these
12 Kathy Headlee founded MWB Mothers Without these to aid the world's orphaned & vulnerable kids
13 The lid keeps the beer cool ja in a traditional one of these German tankards
14 In a Dr. Seuss book title Bartholomew Cubbins wears this many hats
15 In 1997 this NBA team changed its nickname & dropped its Bullets; capital idea!
16 A group of 4 stars near Lyra is called this like the center piece that holds an arch together
17 These 2 words that both start with the same 3 letters mean curving inward & curving outward
18 In 2018 Micheál Neeson changed his last name to this in honor of his late mother
19 (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the National Air & Space Museum in Washington D.C.) The Smithsonian's National Air & Space Museum store sells a Barbie doll of Katherine Johnson a pionee
20 This colorfully dressed guy took Curious George from a life in the jungle to one in the city
21 Dr. J Charles Barkley & Allen Iverson all suited up for this NBA squad
22 The Winter Triangle spans stars in constellations from Betelgeuse to Procyon to this bright star in Canis Major
23 Often made with black paper these 2-dimensional outlines of your profile show the shape of your face
24 In 1497 her reign in Spain turned tragic after the death of Juan her only son
25 When you visit the country just south of Kenya you can bring home some of this mineral named for it
26 This French schoolgirl can often be found wearing a sailor hat; one of Ludwig Bemelmans' books is her and the Bad Hat
27 Gordie Howe played for this NHL team from 1946 to 1971
28 Also known as the 3 Sisters Alnitak Alnilam & Mintaka make up this hunter's Belt
29 The Earth is generally considered to be this 6-letter type of spheroid as it is flattened at the poles
30 Her son succeeded her as India's prime minister a job that her dad once had as well
31 Et tu him--2 years after taking part in Caesar's murder both he & Cassius killed themselves
32 The story goes that Queens' College at this U.K. university has the apostrophe at the end as it was founded by 2 monarchs
33 An accepted principle or maxim of religious faith
34 Eddie Redmayne as him in The Theory of Everything
35 A Bermuda 10-dollar coin features one of these horses actually a pipefish relative
36 Je pense donc je suis is how I originally wrote my best-known philosophical phrase
37 The 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo formally ended this war
38 This Massachusetts island was likely named for the daughter of explorer Bartholomew Gosnold
39 The chief instigator of a group engaged in an illegal activity
40 Jamie Foxx as this R&B legend
41 Cameroon produced a commemorative 500-franc Happiness coin in the shape of one of these with a 4-leaf clover on the back
42 Oui in a 1946 essay I expounded on the idea that Existence precedes essence
43 Mobutu Sese Seko amassed a $5 billion fortune ruling what's now the Democratic Republic of the Congo which he renamed this
44 In 1634 the first English settlement in what's now this state was called St. Mary's (but wasn't named for the same woman as the colony)
45 One who wanders aimlessly or the classic American Motors car seen here
46 Him as the title guy in Capote
47 A bronc tries to buck a rider on a 2012 Canadian coin commemorating 100 years of this Calgary event
48 God is dead! God remains dead! And we have killed him! Yep I wrote that in 1882
49 In 1377 Gregory XI the last French pope returned the papacy to Rome from this city
50 This capital of Newfoundland & Labrador is one of the oldest & most easterly in North America
51 The institutions & people of education taken as a whole
52 Forest Whitaker as this Ugandan dictator in The Last King of Scotland
53 A 1902 Australian 2-pound coin depicts St. George on horseback on the reverse & this newly minted king on the obverse
54 Now the cave or den is the world of sight the fire is the sun the way upward is the way to knowledge--hey that's mine!
55 From the 1920s to the 1940s Jordan was known by this name 5 letters longer
56 St. George's is the capital of this Caribbean Spice Isle much in the news in 1983
57 The product of a body's mass & velocity
58 Jeremy Irons as this hubby of Sunny in Reversal of Fortune
59 A 1960s Austrian 5-schilling coin featured one of these renowned horses from the Spanish riding school
60 I was born in Edinburgh in 1711 28 years before I published the first volumes of A Treatise of Human Nature


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