Jeopardy June 27 2019 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy June 27 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 Chill out by Taku Glacier southeast of downtown
2 Dave had a place with games near the restaurant of a guy with this nickname; the 2 teamed up in 1982
3 The Medico de la Peste mask was originally worn in the 17th century by a doctor treating victims of this bubonic contagion
4 He & Jimmy Fallon covered The History of Rap
5 In 1613 the Romanov family came to power in this country & ruled until 1917
6 I've decided to participate; I'm throwing this item into the ring
7 Honestly the Lincoln Home National Historic Site is there
8 This ice cream chain is named for brothers-in-law Burt & Irv
9 These 2 antonymic forms of theater are symbolically represented by masks
10 In addition to her own videos you can also see clips of her on Dancing With the Stars
11 Her marriage to John Rolfe was the Virginia social event of 1614
12 Look at the size of you! You're growing like one of these normally unwelcome plants
13 Get your choir on at the Latter-Day Saints Conference Center
14 Fancy British cars were born after 1904 when Charles Stewart Rolls got into business with this Henry
15 The Music Of The Night might surround you when you wear the mask from this musical
16 The Vlogbrothers have over 3 million subscribers; one brother is this bestselling author of Y.A. novels
17 Hits of the stage included Moliere's L'Avare French for this type of greedy money-obsessed man
18 That pair is so alike they're like these a pair of legumes together
19 Plant yourself at the Roger Williams Park Botanical Center
20 This bookstore chain traces its roots to 1873 & a book business in Wheaton Illinois
21 The Man in the Iron Mask was a mysterious unidentified prisoner held in this country in the late 1600s
22 Among the music videos spoofed on Shane Dawson's channel are One Direction's Story Of My Life & her Wrecking Ball
23 It was founded in Massachusetts in 1636 & if you didn't get in your college options were very limited
24 We're doing it no matter what come hell or this other condition
25 Three Mile Island is a powerful nearby site to see
26 rootbeer.com is the website for this brand
27 In Latin America skull-shaped masks are popular on this holiday el Dia de Los Muertos
28 In 2018 the music video for this Spanish megahit sung by Luis Fonsi became the first video with over 5 billion views
29 European settlement in South Africa began with the wreck of a Dutch ship rounding this cape in 1647
30 You can do this for exercise or to your memory
31 In 1782 Deborah Sampson disguised herself as a man & enlisted & served during this war
32 Among his great works of fiction are The Sun Also Rises & The Old Man and the Sea
33 Actress Watson or Stone
34 The 88 of these star groupings is a set number--new stars discovered are just added to the closest ones
35 This is conversation between 2 or more characters in a play
36 Tuned to the Force the Jedi use kyber crystals in these glowing weapons
37 Telesilla led an army defending Argos from a 490s B.C. attack by this warlike city-state
38 In an epic poem he not only kills the monster Grendel but also Grendel's mother
39 Weeping tree
40 An aphelion is the point in an orbit when an object is farthest from this
41 From the Greek for to hear it's the qualities of a room or building that influence how well sound is heard in it
42 By accident or not Rose drops the Heart of the Ocean into the sea at the end of this movie
43 Cathay Williams the only woman in the Buffalo Soldiers is honored with a bust in Leavenworth in this state
44 Marjane Satrapi's graphic novel about growing up in Iran during the Islamic Revolution is called this like an ancient capital
45 The Hornets play their hoops home games here
46 This planet has at least 13 moons including Naiad Nereid & Proteus
47 The name of this mode of transport comes from Greek words for spiral & wing
48 The Silmarils in this author's The Silmarillion are 3 Middle-Earth jewels
49 A comrade of Geronimo Dahteste was a 19th century female warrior of this Native American tribe
50 In The Rime of the Ancient Mariner the mariner shoots this bird with his crossbow
51 Seasonal decoration with small red berries
52 On Sept. 20 2016 an amateur astronomer got pictures of the first hour of one of these massive star explosions
53 Fitting for the category from the Greek for true sense it's the study of word origin
54 The Crystal Gems on this Cartoon Network show are Pearl Amethyst Garnet & Steven who is half gem & the title character
55 In 2015 the first women completed a grueling course at this Georgia fort & became Army rangers
56 A mom & daughter are forced to flee Mexico for a farm labor camp in California in this hopeful tale by Pam Muñoz Ryan
57 The longest river on the Emerald Isle
58 This measure of distance in the universe is equal to 3.26 light years
59 This word for a sex cell with half the genetic material needed for a complete organism is from the Greek for marriage
60 The purple power stone & the green time stone are just of the 6 these Thanos searched for

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# Questions
1 Irene Adler is known as the woman who outwitted Sherlock but she only appears in one story: A Scandal in this kingdom
2 Some agrarian societies are considered this not yet having developed manufacturing capability
3 This length used in horse racing is equal to 220 yards or 1/8 of a mile
4 Neil Finn formerly of Split Enz formed this band named for a cramped place on Sycamore Avenue in Los Angeles
5 In A Study in Scarlet this Scotland Yard inspector is described as lean and ferret-like
6 It means biased or inclined in a particular direction though it sounds like it means thrown away early
7 At one time a nook was a measure of land equal to about 20 of these
8 Drummer Travis McNabb rocked for better than Ezra then went country with this Jennifer nettles band
9 This heavyweight boxing champ of the 1970s & '80s was nicknamed the Easton Assassin
10 Mrs. Hudson is Sherlock's landlady at this alphanumeric London address
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