Jeopardy June 16 2022 answers


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# Question
1 Published in 1991 this novel the first in a series has been described as historical fiction with a Moebius twist
2 Her self-portrait titled Diego & I sold for $34.9 million at a 2021 auction a record for her
3 To be near the end is to be on your these anatomical items
4 The Jungle Book contains a story about Rikki-Tikki-Tavi one of these animals who protects his human family
5 The Babysitter Murders became this 1978 film introducing Michael Myers
6 Get out & elect this group that helps set what kids are taught; the National Assoc. of them says voter turnout often runs under 10%
7 Done with manufacturing wagons he set up an elevator shop in Yonkers in 1853 & business just went up from there
8 Kehinde Wiley has jasmine (to represent Hawaii) & chrysanthemums (Chicago's official flower) in his portrait of this man
9 Influence from one's equals
10 Herman Melville dedicated Moby Dick to this New Englander who had mentored him
11 A masked killer known as Ghostface torments teens in this 1996 horror film & its 2022 outing
12 Get out to the West Coast for Bottlerock a festival of big music acts & wine tasting in this California valley
13 Later a shipping magnate this businessman whose middle name was Socrates made his first million by age 25 dealing tobacco
14 Dancers were a favorite subject of this artist as in his 1879 work shown here
15 Fascinated by the famous
16 In Oliver Twist precocious pickpocket Jack Dawkins is better known by this nickname
17 Sammy Davis Jr.'s cover of a song from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory plays before the start of this 2021 scarefest
18 Get out and play the combo game foot volley invented in this country that's a powerhouse in soccer & beach volleyball
19 Dining out as Ron Swanson on Parks & Rec he introduced the turf & turf. It's a 16-ounce T-bone & a 24-ounce porterhouse
20 In the 1930s Picasso often represented himself in his work as this mythical creature half man & half bull
21 Per the Farmers' Almanac the hot period from July 3 to August 11
22 His 1789 book Songs of Innocence fittingly includes The Lamb
23 In a 2017 horror film he starred as Chris Washington trying to Get Out of the Armitage home
24 Get out there & meet someone then 7 minutes later meet someone else in this system invented by an L.A. rabbi in the 1990s
25 More than just a mantra homophone this German has a unit of electrical resistance named for him
26 This New Englander showed the struggle between humans & nature in seascapes like Fog Warning & The Herring Net
27 Thrown around by a storm; it's in the poem on the Statue of Liberty
28 The title of this semi-autobiographical novel by James Baldwin comes from a traditional hymn
29 The spawn of Satan is given this first name & is raised by an ambassador in The Omen
30 Get out in your garden and plant this every part of which can be used in cooking
31 Rossini called this Prussian-born composer our little Mozart of the Champs-Élysées
32 On May 5 1960 Khrushchev informed the Supreme Soviet this alphanumeric U.S. plane had been shot down over the USSR 4 days earlier
33 The world's largest stand of ponderosa pines is near Flagstaff in Coconino National Forest in this state
34 In 1916 astronomer Karl Schwarzschild used relativistic equations to predict the existence of these inescapable bodies
35 This 8-letter avian word describes the doors on the 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL coupe
36 In this Disney flick one of the title characters has an enchanted rose that he keeps under glass
37 A 1960 hit song described it as itsy bitsy & teenie weenie
38 Despite a generous retirement plan of 2 million francs a year & this island as his own Napoleon returned to France on March 1 1815
39 An Idaho city gave its name to a geyser there called these Springs; it was Beer Springs but went non-alcoholic
40 On Dec. 24 2021 this physicist tweeted Maybe Santa's reindeer are stationary & it is we who fly past them
41 Company founder & namesake Enzo had to give approval in order for someone to purchase one of its 250 GTOs
42 She starred in the movie The Rose & had a No. 3 hit with the title song in 1980
43 Babies in Bologna
44 Harlon Block Michael Strank Ira Hayes & 3 other servicemen were famously pictured on this island on Feb. 23 1945
45 A favorite restaurant of Joe Biden's is Piccolina Toscana in this Delaware city his longtime home
46 Einstein first stated the concept now summed up in this formula just 5 symbols in a short paper often called an afterthought
47 In 2018 this doozy of an American car sold for $22 million; previous owners include Gary Cooper
48 This woman shot a metaphoric arrow of love into now-husband Kit Harington & as Ygritte a real one into Kit's Jon Snow
49 This Greek musical instrument resembles a mandolin
50 France's National Assembly got The Declaration of the Rights of Man & of the Citizen from this military hero on July 11 1789
51 Sheffield Alabama is home to these Shoals the studio where Wild Horses & Old Time Rock & Roll were recorded
52 Nobel winner Kip Thorne made sure the science was right in Interstellar about a trip through one of these relativistic tunnels
53 In The Spy Who Loved Me James Bond had esprit with this carmaker's Esprit--it converted into a submarine
54 Seen here this daughter of a movie swashbuckler is an actor in her own right
55 Native to Africa this hound dog is also known to be barkless
56 He was inaugurated as president on Nov. 3 1970 in Chile but 3 years later fell in a military coup
57 This Oregon State University city is about 40 miles down the Willamette from Eugene
58 This hyphenated term linking 3 dimensions with a fourth is a key concept in relativistic theory
59 Here's a real beauty from the 1960s this hyphenated British make's 3000
60 The song Everything's Coming Up Roses is from this musical about Rose Lee
61 It's a decorative mark or jewel in the middle of the forehead traditionally worn by married Hindu women

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# Questions
1 In New York City's Garment District you'd find lots of people working in this business Yiddish for rag
2 Thawed out what was scared and cold
3 You can count all 36 arches of Spain's Les Ferreres one of these water-carrying structures
4 Home to great mineral wealth it's the largest country in Central Asia
5 The Gospels of Matthew Mark & Luke are called by this adjective because their stories line up neatly when summarized
6 An early champion of free speech & religious liberty Anne Hutchinson was put on trial in 1637 & banished from this colony
7 To kvell is to burst with pride; this similar word means to complain
8 Why men great 'til they gotta be great?
9 Comedian John Oliver's digs at Danbury Connecticut got the city to name a plant after him for treating this
10 Situated between Sicily & Libya it was a major strategic base for the Allies during World War II
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