Jeopardy June 14 2019 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy June 14 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 He's the proud dad seen here
2 This biblical word is often found before & behold
3 Pentagon employee Linda Tripp secretly recorded phone calls with this friend who discussed an affair with an older man
4 A moving scene in Ambroise Thomas' opera Hamlet includes the funeral procession of this character
5 This job title comes from akros Greek for highest
6 At age 8 she learned that her biological dad was in Aerosmith
7 The 2013 meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association included a paper on The Social Meaning of this word
8 This magazine was launched in 1995 with a cover showing Cindy Crawford dressed as our first president
9 A meerkat at the San Diego zoo served as an animator's model for this character in The Lion King
10 Spoiler: Eurydice dies in Monteverdi's 1607 opera named for this protagonist
11 Tramp & Auguste are 2 different types of these performers
12 Quincy Jones is dad to this actress who once sang backup for Maroon 5
13 Clumsy in language castrated in fact it's a type of draft animal
14 On July 15 1997 this designer was killed outside his Miami Beach mansion an event remembered in a 2018 TV event
15 A meerkat scans for predators in this posture a term for a guard against surprise attack and also a type of big robot X-Men foe
16 Opera composer Christoph Gluck wrote that this instrumental segment should prepare people for the play's plot
17 People not dogs had this loud job of calling out attractions on the midway
18 At age 7 she appeared as an extra in the movie Parenthood directed by her dad
19 As an adjective it denotes huge self-interest like in describing an entire decade
20 Bringing gifts & astronauts in 1995 the Space Shuttle Atlantis docked with this Russian space station
21 The lives of the Whiskers family on Meerkat Manor were filmed in this desert that occupies most of Botswana
22 Richard Strauss' Elektra has a big recognition scene between the title character & him
23 Desultor is an old term for someone who does this while 2 horses are running
24 This actress is the daughter of a Grammy-winning musician
25 Dutch for yes
26 In the late '90s this toy from Bandai helped you attempt adulting by raising a digital pet
27 Meerkats don't ever want to deal with a day of this wolf-like predator which also feeds on carcasses
28 Unfinished at his death his Tales of Hoffmann had to be completed by somebody else
29 Dangerous skills include fire-eating & this requiring the ability to relax your esophageal sphincter
30 In 1850 Sojourner Truth asked this fellow abolitionist in Faneuil Hall Frederick is god dead?
31 Did the rich prep school kid kill that guy? For 20 years cops like Jerry Orbach said yeah probably on this NBC show
32 Cosmetic for the eyelashes
33 Someone's dead & there's a party & that's all we can say about the plot of this long James Joyce novel
34 Virginia Dare was the first English child born in the New World in the Roanoke colony in what is now this state
35 He plays Detective Jake Peralta on Brooklyn Nine-Nine
36 Here's this fruit that's popular in sorbet and juice
37 A popular 21st c. communications device was named for this fruit because of its color & the buttons resembling seeds
38 More than 1700 miles from its origin the Amur River flows into this ocean
39 In a Steinbeck tale Jody Tiflin kills a buzzard that's come to feast on his Red one of these that just died
40 Sojourner Truth adopted her new name in 1843 the year Adventist founder William Miller said this would happen
41 Think back...back to a simpler time a time spent with family watching this actor play NYC ad exec Don Draper
42 Working with attorneys they may interview witnesses or draft documents
43 In the debate between oralism & manualism this 2-word type of communication Thomas Gallaudet was a manualist
44 Sights in this capital city include the lovely silver pagoda & the ghastly Tuol Sleng Museum
45 Susie in this Alice Sebold novel is already in heaven but she watches her murderer covering his tracks
46 Almost 100 years before Rosa Parks Sojourner helped integrate this public transportation in Washington D.C.
47 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue): In Manhattan in the '70s a stretch of 42nd Street between 7th and 8th Avenues was known as this the title and setting of a Maggie Gyllenhaal HBO sh
48 John Barth has a novel called this about a professor who takes time off from work
49 The Chinese Comm. Party's publicity dept. was once called this dept. a more negative word for getting the message out
50 Built to commemorate a visit by George V The Gateway of India overlooks the harbor in this Indian city
51 Tolstoy wrote The Death of this alliterative man whose life had been most simple and most ordinary
52 In 1587 Virginia Dare came to the New World in utero in an expedition sponsored by this man
53 On Netflix & in NYC Natasha Lyonne dies over & over again on this series
54 Givenchy had a perfume called this adjective that means excessively high
55 In the early 2000s 2 software developers sold the file-sharing program Kazaa & then built this video chat product
56 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue): Four big countries almost meet in the heart of Asia-- China and Russia share a 31-mile border that also separates Mongolia and this country.
57 Addie is the I who not only passes away but decomposes in this Faulkner novel

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# Questions
1 For wines of superior vintage it follows grand
2 A baby in a carriage rolls down stairs during a gunfight at a Chicago train station in this film but Andy Garcia has things under control
3 In Egyptian mythology this 5-letter moon god with the head of an ibis also ruled over learning & writing
4 Terminix offers a 30-day guarantee when removing these bloodsuckers--90 days if you buy a mattress encasement
5 Receiving water from about 200 rivers it's the largest lake in the Western Hemisphere
6 A smiling Marilyn Monroe waved with her gloves after her 1956 wedding to this playwright
7 This word meaning brother was once a form of address for certain Italian clergy
8 Home Alone & atop the stairs this child actor tells 2 burglars I'm up here you morons! Come & get me
9 With 2 faces this Roman god had an eye on both the past & the future
10 Female mosquitos drink human blood & in so doing can transmit diseases like this also called breakbone fever
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