Jeopardy June 04 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy June 04 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 Plant burrs sticking to a dog's fur inspired Swiss inventor George de Mestral to create this fastener brand
2 The zloty divided into 100 groszy is Poland's unit of this
3 Citizens in most German states need to pass a written test to get a license to enjoy this rod & reel pastime
4 Headquartered in Nepal the WEPA is the World this animal Polo Association
5 The big barn seen here in Lexington Kentucky was built to house this breed named for their unmixed stock
6 This 3-letter title is used for a man who is dubbed a knight
7 To find the bullet in James Garfield Alexander Graham Bell created an early one of these but mattress springs confused it
8 A small insect or someone who reads a lot
9 This 11-letter type of driver's license comes after the learner's permit in some states
10 Linda Cohn Chris Berman & Scott Van Pelt are stars on its team
11 Barn owls are generally this 10-letter word meaning they mate for life & could nest in the same barn year after year
12 If you watched Downton Abbey you know the wife of an English lord with this title is a countess
13 In 1830 Edwin Budding patented the mechanical this for the cropping or shearing of grass-plats and pleasure grounds
14 One of the witches in Macbeth refers to it as a charmed pot
15 In Britain an off-licence is a shop that sells this & requires you to consume it off the premises
16 In 2020 Major League Baseball started putting a runner on second base to start each of these which start with the tenth
17 Seen here are some barns used to cultivate this plant of the genus Nicotiana
18 Becoming a life one of these in Britain gets you a title but it can't be passed on to your children
19 Christopher Cockerell invented these air-cushioned English Channel ferries
20 As a verb it means to send or to kill; as a noun it can mean speed
21 If you want to get a dog license in Ann Arbor Michigan your pooch must be vaccinated for this malady
22 In 1999 this Denver QB was Super Bowl MVP then quit while he was way ahead
23 In some barns the ground floor is for animals & the top floor is named for this action where grain is separated from husks
24 In 1867 John Sholto Douglas the ninth marquess of this sponsored a codification of the rules of fisticuffs
25 Last name of the 19th century Belgian who never heard of jazz but invented one of its main instruments
26 This tuna species Thunnus alalunga can be used in a nicoise salad
27 Operators of CB radio have a license by rule while operators of this need an FCC amateur operator license
28 At the Montreal Olympics Princess Anne competed for Britain in this sport
29 Pennsylvania Dutch barns are sometimes adorned with these 3-letter signs intended to ward off evil
30 Henry V made Humphrey Plantagenet Duke of Gloucester before Humphrey went off to serve in this protracted war
31 Dartmouth England has a memorial to the American role in this WWII invasion for which it was a major launching point
32 Atticus Finch in this novel was inspired by the author's father who was also an attorney
33 The next D.C. avenue: Independence Avenue Constitution Avenue...
34 In 1997 Myron Scholes won the award for this field; in 1998 the hedge fund he co-founded lost around $4 billion
35 In addition to commander-in-chiefing in Deep Impact & Angel Has Fallen he's also played God at least a couple of times
36 Like mustard & wasabi this related root is prepared & used as a condiment
37 A memorial in this Moroccan city remembers the U.S. Western Naval Task Force not Rick helping Ilsa & Victor escape
38 This Holocaust survivor & author of Night also wrote Dawn which takes place at night
39 Omicron pi rho...
40 Physics winners Penzias & Wilson had to shoo pigeons from their antenna to pick up background radiation from this Big event
41 It was plane to see this man had some in-flight issues as president James Marshall in Air Force One
42 In song There's a blaze of light in every word it doesn't matter which you heard the holy or the broken this
43 The naval monument in this British territory at the entrance to the Mediterranean is known as the American Steps
44 Translated into French in 1936 The Postman Always Rings Twice influenced this man's spare prose in The Stranger
45 Salt Lake City Turin Vancouver...
46 Author Knut Hamsun tarnished his reputation when he gave his Nobel Prize medal to this Nazi propaganda minister
47 Before Allstate ad fame Dennis Haysbert was president David Palmer on this tense TV show
48 Grown from a bulb it's the popular spring flower seen here
49 There is an American cemetery & monument with crosses row on row at this alliterative field near Ypres Belgium
50 Lucy in this Forster novel: Charlotte you mustn't spoil me: of course you must look over the Arno too
51 Alphabetically: xenon ytterbium yttrium...
52 In 1949 Dr. Antonio Moniz was awarded a Nobel Prize for his development of this once common but now discredited brain surgery
53 Mary McDonnell's Laura Roslin had a strong anti-Cylon platform as president on this TV drama
54 A commitment to the land the people and the future of Israel is the mission of this organization of Jewish women
55 This nation mainly of ethnic Albanians put up a statue of Pres. Clinton for helping it declare itself independent of Serbia
56 Characters in this novel include Chance the gardener & the President of the United States
57 1948 had no Peace Prize winner; this man who was nominated that year was assassinated & Nobels are rarely given posthumously
58 Terry Crews was president Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho in this 2006 Mike Judge film &/or warning

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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
10 Stolen in Israel in 1996 this Russian-born artist's Jacob's Ladder was recovered in 2015 & sold at auction in 2020
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