Jeopardy June 28 2019 answers


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# Question
1 This state agency the DMV for short administers the test
2 Art supplies humor as in this type of drawing that exaggerates certain features
3 2-word term meaning to make an unresponsive program set you free; on a Mac it's command-option-escape
4 Let's chill at the New York public one; it has 92 locations & more than 55 million items including DVDs
5 Home home on the range where these play
6 On some journeys this artificial waterway can save ships 8000 nautical miles
7 This alliterative method to get your car alongside the curb just might be on the test
8 ...inspiration as in Prince of Peace a vision of him by then 8-year-old Akiane Kramarik
9 Meaning overhyped this word suggests a grilled meat sandwich without anything inside it
10 Be it Bondi in Sydney or Redondo in Cali it's always a fun day at this geographic feature
11 O beautiful for spacious skies...
12 There are 35-foot-tall replicas of Heinz ketchup bottles at Heinz Field in this U.S. city
13 To take the test in most states you'll need this proof of financial responsibility in case anything goes wrong
14 Art supplies fashion ideas--here's what 18th-century women wore for this outdoor activity (sidesaddle of course)
15 It's a less-than-chiseled paternal physique
16 Sometimes it's fun to relax at home with your pals & listen to hits like Natural & Believer by this beastly band
17 You are my sunshine my only sunshine you make me happy when...
18 Lieutenant Joseph Ives gave this name to a brilliantly colored Arizona desert now partly within Petrified Forest National Park
19 Mirrors aren't enough--look over your shoulder to check these areas before changing lanes
20 ...a new perspective as in Ma Jolie his 1911 portrait of his girlfriend as a heap of triangles
21 Double-talk way of saying something or someone is insane or beyond understanding
22 In the '80s teen gamers hung in arcades to see ghosts named Blinky Pinky Inky & Clyde chase this guy around a maze
23 Doe a deer a female deer; ray a drop of golden sun; me...
24 Confederation Bridge connects New Brunswick with this Canadian province
25 Failing to give this 3-word clearance to pedestrians can be an automatic failure
26 ...history lessons as in Benjamin West's depiction of a 1755 battle in this North American war
27 A 2018 conference on computational linguistics included 4 papers on detection of this untrue stuff you read & hear
28 Nowadays teen gamers hang using voice & text chat on this app with a name meaning strife or lack of harmony
29 Oh my darling oh my darling oh my darling Clementine...
30 This South African city was the capital of the Transvaal
31 In 2002 15-year-old poet Caroline Bird published her acclaimed debut volume including Spilt this over which she cries
32 H2O below 32 degrees Fahrenheit it's considered a mineral if it's formed naturally
33 Winning 4-2 France claimed victory in the 2018 men's soccer World Cup final held in this Russian capital
34 As a unit of time an eon generally lasts for this many years
35 This carrot-topped Viking explorer colonized Greenland
36 Drop an E from a lavish meal to get this verb meaning to abstain from food
37 John Keats part of this passionate early 19th century movement wrote his 1st known poem at about 18 & didn't live to see 26
38 Lodestone a naturally magnetic rock contains this elemental metal
39 The oldest of pro tennis' 4 Grand Slam tournaments is this one held in England since 1877
40 A standard hour of treatment with a therapist lasts this many minutes 83.33% of an hour
41 In 1492 he was given the title Admiral of the Ocean Sea
42 Drop the L from a type of bedspread to get this verb that means to resign
43 The documentary Louder Than a Bomb follows teens competing in one of these violent-sounding poetry events
44 Dreidel dreidel dreidel I made it out of this 4-letter substance particles of soil smaller than .002 millimeter
45 The IJF is the International Federation for this martial art that gives belts of rank from white to black
46 The days-in-each-month mnemonic that starts with these 4 words has been raced back to 1425
47 Once he started working for Spain in 1517 he was known by a Spanish form of his name not the Portuguese Fernão
48 Drop the T from intense fear to get this mistake
49 This Welshman was just 18 when he wrote And Death Shall Have No Dominion
50 To make quartz you need oxygen & this element--& lots of crystallization
51 In 2018 Jessie Diggins & Kikkan Randall dashed across the snow for the 1st Olympic gold by U.S. women in this sport
52 Leap seconds are sometimes added to clocks because this is slowing down
53 He set sail from England in December 1577 & completed his circumnavigation of the world on Sept. 26 1580
54 A synonym for vision drops its T & becomes this sound of relief or weariness
55 1760s teen Thomas Chatterton wrote of this astronomer's System Our Earth supreme / rolls with the planets round the solar gleam
56 (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows crystalline structures on the monitor.) Crystals fall into seven systems based on the arrangement of the axes they form; the three axes are equal length & all pe
57 A tournament in this sport named after a school is held yearly among Argentina South Africa Australia & New Zealand
58 Jet lag is a disruption in these rhythms of the body from Latin words for about the day
59 In 1911 local Quechua speaker Melchor Arteaga led Hiram Bingham to this lost Incan city
60 Drop the F from a word meaning very cold & it comes this stiff or unyielding

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