Jeopardy June 10 2019 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy June 10 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 2015 Iran's city of Bandar Mahshahr hit a near-record 165 on this index
2 The Bad Beginning is Book One in A Series of these
3 Unfortunately Robert Todd Lincoln was in town for 3 of these--his dad's in 1865 then McKinley's & Garfield's
4 Oh yes Captain Kirk worked with Batman when he starred as Alexander the Great with Adam West as Cleander
5 Any neutral spirit can be infused with blackthorn berries to make sloe this
6 Capricorn is one of its 12 divisions
7 Vermilion burgundyscarlet
8 The first woman to win the Pulitzer for Fiction Edith Wharton won for this 1920 novel about 1870s New York City
9 When 67-year-old Dorothy Fletcher had a heart attack on a plane in 2004 she was lucky there were 15 of these specialists aboard
10 Every New Year's Day this rhyming cable channel airs its Twilight Zone marathon
11 Cointreau is considered this 2-word type of orange liqueur but you wont find it on the label (I checked 3 times!)
12 General term for an annual publication with sunrise & sunset times
13 Canada has 105 of these lawmakers
14 A foreword to this novel says Humbert Humbert died in legal captivity before the start of his trial
15 John Tierney was among the first to die building this on the Arizona/Nevada border; the last was his son Patrick
16 Ralph Macchio & William Zabka can be seen on YouTube Premium in Cobra Kai a continuation of this movie series
17 This brand began mixing whiskey & cream together in Ireland in 1974
18 In the United States this type of transport helps half a million people in distress each year
19 In song Gene Autry had these that jingle jangle jingle
20 Hunter S. Thompson heads into the desert in this book subtitled A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream
21 Like Molly Brown Violet Jessop got this 10-letter nickname after surviving disaster on the Britannic Titanic & Olympic
22 Before playing record exec Ray Foster he dealt with Bohemian Rhapsody in a much different way in 1992; no way! Way
23 Legend says this Scottish honey liqueur was created for Bonnie Prince Charlie
24 Dogs of war aside you cry this to warn of danger
25 MoyersNyePecos
26 The Fates of Human Societies is the subtitle of Jared Diamond's book with this trio as its title
27 Lewis & Clark needed Shoshone horses & luckily ran into Cameahwait this person's long-lost brother
28 Tweeting kudos to Michael Palin on his knighthood John Cleese wrote He'll have to say this sound for the rest of his life now
29 Soak lemon zest in alcohol & sugar to make this Italian delight
30 If we had tactile as well as video clues we could demonstrate how soft & soapy this mineral feels
31 Communist Party wing led by Lenin in 1917
32 This group term refers to the 95% of animal species that lack a backbone
33 This state capital is south of Ogden & north of Provo
34 Without this wavy line on top of the N uña fingernail becomes una a form of one in Spanish
35 Kanye West & Jamie Foxx advised getting a prenup before getting involved with this title type of gal
36 (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Mercer Museum.) Seen on roofs since ancient Athens these went beyond the traditional rooster & are prized as folk art as well as letting people know
37 Itinerant people once called the Gypsies
38 What flying squirrels do isn't flying it's called volplaning another word for this
39 The full name of this South American city begins with Cidade de Sao Sebastiao do
40 A straight line over a vowel is called this like France's president
41 In a 1993 hit Sting walked in these
42 (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a device at the Mercer Museum.) In colonial America practically every homestead had this device to turn apples into the nation's drink of choice to the tune of 3
43 Native American nation of Will Rogers
44 The axolotl is a member of this double-life class of animals that has more than 6000 species
45 In English this California university town would be Saint Louis Bishop
46 The German eszett character seen here is often represented by two of these letters in a row
47 One Direction Fitz & the Tantrums & Graham Parker & the Rumour have all recorded songs titled this
48 (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a flail at the Mercer Museum.) A flail which gave us the expression to flail around was used to beat the wheat in threshing the age-old practice of separating it
49 Mythic warrior women led by Penthesilea
50 The Amateur Entomologists' Soc. glossary entry stridulation making noise with body parts mentions these creatures
51 There's a 4-letter preposition & a river in the name of this historic northern England coal center
52 The field of digging up human artifacts is occasionally spelled with an ash in the middle--these 2 letters mushed together
53 Neil Young was a miner for this title of a 1972 No. 1 hit
54 (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a wagon at the Mercer Museum.) This type of pioneer wagon curved up at the ends so goods wouldn't fall out on bad roads--it's named for the area where it was dev
55 Any guerrilla force like Tito's in Yugoslavia resisting the Nazis
56 The norm in mammals & birds is a nictitating membrane also called the third this--humans are weird in lacking it
57 2 towns named this stare at each other across the rapids of the St. Marys River between Michigan & Ontario
58 Pronounced T-H the Icelandic thorn is one of these 24 old Viking letters also known as Futhark
59 Striking it rich in love Colbie Caillat sings Feels like we're sittin' on top of this yeah our love is this
60 (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a trade figure at the Mercer Museum.) Trade figures were designed to draw attention to stores; a popular one was this character every kid knew from puppet shows


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# Questions
1 This German word literally means the twilight of the gods
2 The Aswan High Dam created a reservoir or Lake that was named for this Egyptian president
3 This 90-mile stretch of California south of Monterey is known for its scenic highway that sometimes does become impassble
4 Seen here the Long Room at this Irish school's library dates back to the 1700s while the library itself was founded in 1592
5 Also known as Deutscher Orden this order of knights went to the Holy Land during the Third Crusade
6 This period piece from 2000 had some Ang-st
7 This northern sky constellation whose name may derive from a Greek word for ox driver does not sound like tiny tot footwear
8 Lower Merion Township is one of the main line suburbs of this city
9 When you swallow this flap covers the larynx to keep food out of the respiratory tract
10 Some 1800 scrolls at a library in this city between Pompeii & Naples were uniquely preserved because Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D. is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc