Jeopardy June 06 2019 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy June 06 2019 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 the immortal words of Meghan Trainor you should be all about that this
2 In 1946 Tote'm Convenience Stores got this new name to reflect its new extended hours
3 Bucky Barnes fought alongside this hero in World War II
4 Humans can't produce this scurvy-fighting vitamin internally but you can take supplements to treat hay fever
5 Macau was the last overseas territory of this European nation
6 A transparent panel in a car's top
7 If you're trying to soundproof your studio try this material that's got the same name as an Irish county
8 The letters in GEICO stand for Government Employees this Company
9 Donna Troy was an orphan this woman brought back to Paradise Island
10 On 60 Minutes Roger Clemens said he did get shots of this vitamin
11 This industry in Macau goes back to fan-tan tables of the 1850s
12 In Europe this animal is called an elk
13 Midas says properly functioning these not only sound better they are better
14 If photographic memory serves me this company's name was derived from Nippon Kogaku meaning Japanese Optical
15 Kato did more than drive as this hero's chauffeur
16 The Silver Women type of this Pfizer multivitamin brand has Vitamin D & calcium to promote bone health
17 Macau-born Ming-Na Wen voiced this title Disney heroine who saves China
18 Bipolar & Seasonal Affective are this type of disorder
19 If like Odysseus you want to hear these tuneful ladies but not die tie yourself to the mast as you sail by
20 In 1956 Chuck Williams opened his first cookware store in this California city hence the name of the chain
21 Arthur flits around this big blue hero
22 Vitamin A covers a lot of ground helping fight acne ulcers asthma & this abnormally high fluid pressure in the eye
23 80% of Macau's population speaks this southern Chinese dialect
24 To secure a boat with lines or anchors
25 Go to this 3-letter audio company's website & they'll tell you the name of certified theaters in your area
26 This toy company that expanded into global play & entertainment was named for founding siblings Henry & Hillel Hassenfeld
27 The rotund Obelix helps this fellow Gaul fight off the Romans
28 This B-complex vitamin was found in the 1930s to cure a nutrition deficiency in dogs called black tongue
29 The expulsion of the British from Macau was one of the events leading up to this 1840s drug war
30 Those aren't hippos they are these creatures created by Finnish author Tove Jansson
31 Dr. Richard Kimble hunts down the one-armed man in this movie; Sam Gerard hunts down Dr. Kimble
32 We're counting on you to name this style of bed seen here
33 In 1429 she led her troops at Orleans driving the English back across the Loire River
34 The Mojave River streams north for 100 miles through desert in this state
35 He's the island magician in The Tempest
36 This stage of sleep is usually said as a 3-letter acronym but as a Georgia band name it's spelled out
37 Grouchy Lemmon & Matthau lived up to the title of this 1993 movie
38 In an office this type of table often rectangular & 12 to 14 feet long can seat 10 to 12 people
39 Morton Sobell who got 30 years when tried as a spy along with this couple died in 2018 at age 101
40 This colorful river flows north forming 440 miles of the North Dakota-Minnesota border & then on into Canada
41 Only an Irish Boy is one of his rags-to-riches novels
42 These 3 letters can be said as an acronym for a savings account but are always spelled out for an Irish militia
43 My wife is dead? asks this Sacha Baron Cohen title guy; High five! Great!
44 This brand was started by the two cousins seen here who built their first recliner in 1927
45 On Nov. 5 1862 the President ordered this Little Mac to go relieving him from command of the Army of the Potomac
46 The Willamette River flows north for about 180 miles into this river near Portland
47 The epigraph to this E.L. Doctorow novel is a quote by Scott Joplin
48 You say est when referring to a 1970s self-help movement but E.S.T. is Eastern this
49 Dennis Hopper as the very creepy Frank asked What kind of beer do you like? in this David Lynch film
50 This word came to be used for both an ornate chest of drawers & a cabinet containing a chamber pot
51 As Chief Justice he presided over the Roe v. Wade & Pentagon Papers cases
52 The Niagara River travels north 36 miles between these 2 Great Lakes
53 1832 the year he died could be called this German author's Dämmerung
54 This 4-letter college military group can be spelled out or sounded out rhyming with Yahtzee
55 In Kill Bill the bride takes on this savage antagonist code name: Cottonmouth actress: Lucy Liu
56 This French name for a writing desk with drawers & compartments goes back to Latin for a writing room
57 A biography told of The Prophet Outcast: this October Revolution man & eventual Russian exile 1929-1940
58 One of Pittsburgh's Three Rivers it runs 128 miles north to join the Allegheny
59 Wallace Stevens titled a poem Thirteen Ways of Looking at this bird
60 DOS is a programming language; DoS. is short for denial of this & is a computer attack


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# Questions
1 The National Park Service says there are more statues of her often with her infant son than any other American woman
2 Ethan Allen & yes Benedict Arnold penciled in May 10 1775 as the date to take this fort from the Brits
3 A religious residence+ a charged atom = this big assembly
4 A film producer extraordinaire & an eventual 6-time Best Actress Oscar nominee they could have been called Irvma
5 He & his musicians wanted to leave Hungary & go home so he wrote the aptly named Farewell symphony for Prince Nicholas
6 This scandalous 18th century novel by John Cleland is subtitled The Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure
7 Hilary Mantel: a historic manor in Wiltshire
8 Fort Moultrie held off the Royal Navy in 1776; a 2nd fort constructed at this same harbor years later would gain fame in 1861
9 A no-fooling state of mind you might be in -an external organ = this animal abode
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