Jeopardy June 03 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy June 03 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 In Exodus God promises to rain bread from heaven; when the Israelites see it they call it this
2 This barbarian ruler who had terrorized Europe died on his wedding night in 453 A.D.
3 1960s playboy/spy wakes up in the 1990s; playboy/spy travels back to the 1960s; playboy/spy travels back to 1975
4 Although the red type of this tree can provide sap for syrup it mainly gives us shade
5 I'd like to buy a Flodalen a terry cloth this from IKEA
6 A situation involving conflict or a Pulitzer Prize category for plays
7 Biblical dreamers include Joseph & in the gospel of Matthew the wife of this Roman governor
8 The 2nd tsar of this name freed the serfs in Russia in 1861
9 Heist in Vegas; heist in Europe; heist in Vegas
10 Pull out the stopper & let's celebrate this live oak species that produces a useful spongy lightweight product
11 Got some caped crusading to do so I'll need one of these head coverings from Latin for hood
12 Lady fingers & thousand fingers are varieties of this fruit
13 A version known as the Wicked Bible was printed in 1631 with the typo Thou shalt commit this sin
14 This nation that was formed at the end of World War I broke in 2 in 1993
15 Killings intercut with baptism; killings in Cuba; killings intercut with an opera
16 The southern species of this tree gives us the flower seen here
17 I want to lay some bricks so I'll take a Kraft tool carbon steel one of these mortar spreaders with a flat plate & a handle
18 A defacer of property or a member of King Gunderic's 5th century tribe
19 The shortest verse in the King James Bible is John 11:35 these 2 words
20 Once a powerful republic this Italian city lost 4 wars to Venice in the middle ages
21 Movie earns 4 Oscars; movie earns 2 Oscars; movie earns 11 Oscars
22 The leaves of Brazil's carnauba palm yield a type of this used in lipsticks & shoe polish
23 Guess it's time I got around to reading My American Journey the 1995 autobiography of this Secretary of State
24 This nickname of General Pershing can also mean a face card in spades or clubs
25 Not to be confused with Barabbas this companion of Paul has sometimes been credited with writing the epistle to the Hebrews
26 On October 25 1415 an English army won this battle over a much larger French force
27 Hero visits parents; hero visits kids; hero visits great-great-grandparents
28 Trees named for Rudolph Hass yield the most popular variety of these
29 I love to build things so I sure could use a Madison Mill round wood poplar one of these connecting rods
30 The name of this gourd rattle is from a South American Indian word
31 This island has a museum in Napoleon's summer residence Villa San Martino
32 In My Beloved World this first Hispanic American on the Supreme Court talks about growing up in a Bronx housing project
33 The Incoherents had fun with art: Eugène Bataille depicted this Leonardo da Vinci gal enjoying a pipe
34 In the 1950s these candy dispensers were adorned with heads; they've now been adorned with almost 2000 different ones
35 Chickens don't have these digits but in 2020 the OED acknowledged their existence in a popular fried food product
36 In 1986 Janet Jackson sang about this Freudian Principle
37 Here's the flag of this chilly island that's more than three times the size of Texas
38 In this 1937 memoir Isak Dinesen told of her life in Kenya where she managed a coffee plantation
39 With work like Indefinite Divisibility Yves Tanguy helped import this European movement to the United States
40 The mythical story of Prometheus points to a real medical fact: this organ's ability to regenerate itself
41 Even better than awesome is awesome followed by this 5-letter liquid
42 In Paranoid this hard-rocking man sang People think I'm insane because I am frowning all the time
43 Visit the port of Lahaina or drive the Hana Highway on this Hawaiian island
44 Mad Girl's Love Song tells of this poet's Life Before Ted (Hughes)
45 Named for Orpheus Orphism was an offshoot of this other -ism of Georges Braque
46 (Brad Keselowski presents from the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.) I'm Brad Keselowski; the pit crew guy hauling a 20-pound piece of equipment to help change my four tires is called this also the
47 Chichimec refers to an indigenous people of this country
48 In 1967 this man sang Manic depression is a frustrating mess--what a harrowing experience
49 The names of the 2 main islands that make up this equatorial nation mean St. Thomas & Prince
50 Daughter of Destiny is the autobiography of this slain Pakistani prime minister
51 Henri Matisse was the leader of this wild beast art movement that flourished in the early 1900s
52 A cloak called the scapular is worn by this order of monks established by a papal bull in 1216
53 The last 4 months of the year are called these 5-letter months like the last piece of wood in a fire
54 This Nirvana song shares its name with an element used in medications for bipolar disorder
55 This island 37 miles north of Venezuela grows oranges whose peel is used to make a famous liqueur
56 The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas is less about Alice & more about this woman her life partner who wrote the book
57 Led by Robert Henri The Eight were a group of artists who tried to show a grittier side of city life in this rubbish movement
58 To keyboard players a smear is this finger-sweeping action from a word meaning to slide
59 The Henriad refers to 4 plays by this man


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# Questions
1 BSQS: it's from the Latin for compliant perhaps to excess
2 In 1994 all 5 nominees were for episodes of this police series set in the fictional 15th Precinct in Manhattan
3 Threads of metal are woven into this 4-letter fabric with a French name
4 Van Dyck depicted Jesus crowned with thorns in this painting whose name means behold the man
5 In the U.S. the Blue Ridge Mountains reach into northern Georgia; in Europe this Great range is to the north
6 Britain's victory in this 1754-1763 war nearly doubled the national debt
7 Z: a Greek liqueur
8 Life on the Street was the subtitle of this Baltimore-set cop show that won in 1993 for Tom Fontana
9 The fleece of this llama & vicuna relative is prized & comes in almost 2 dozen natural colors
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