Jeopardy March 02 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy March 02 2023 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 It has the line The discovery of America… opened up fresh ground for the rising bourgeoisie
2 This big-billed coastal native is featured on the flag of Louisiana
3 Inherited runnersappeal playpickoff
4 Psych 200: Analyzing 1901's The Psychopathology of Everyday Life by this man; also how your mom figures in to that in some way
5 In 2023 this transport for millions of young students was celebrated on a new postage stamp
6 The U.S. had this kind of convention in 1787; the states later held hundreds but the last full one was Rhode Island's of 1986
7 A tentative first outline of a document edits out a D to be a floating platform
8 Once a symbol of the Great Northern Wilderness it's now happy in parks & municipal ponds
9 Best ball casual water closed face &--the absolute worst--shank
10 History 400: A dive into the 20 active years of this party including 32 days of riding high during the William Henry Harrison presidency
11 About the size of a grain of rice one of these embedded in your pet maximizes the chance of it being returned if lost
12 In the 1930s Charles Evans Hughes resisted FDR's ultimately failed plan to pack this body
13 The software that signals a printer leaves the letter D behind & becomes a body of water
14 Also the name of a Marine Corps aircraft this raptor is alternately known as a fish eagle
15 Eight-count accidental butt cutman (for said accidental butt)
16 Business 600:Devaluing your brand & still getting a $445 million payout--an examination of Adam Neumann & this office rental co.
17 Some people swear by ice facials to reduce the appearance of these natural holes in the skin
18 Civil War generals issued a lot of general orders; this man's No. 9 of April 1865 sent the Army of Northern Virginia home
19 To rise to your feet kicks away a D to become a slang word taken from an Eminem song
20 This species of African wading birds seen here shares its name with a similar-looking shark
21 Penalty killing plus-minus the five-hole the biscuit (that's what everyone's chasing)
22 Law 800: Focusing on the 1735 court case of publisher John Peter Zenger charged with this & how freedom of the press won big
23 In mythology this twin sister of Apollo is a goddess of the hunt
24 A 1915 article says of this modern type of woman her hair newly coiled... exposed... her neck
25 Crushed up paper into a ball loses a D & means walked through water up to the knees
26 This bird of the genus Actitis gets its name from running along seashores making short high-pitched noises
27 Chukker gag bit mallet a lot of money
28 French lit 1000: A look at the works of this writer including Les Temps Modernes a monthly review she founded with Sartre in 1945
29 The national park of this U.S. territory is located on 3 separate islands: Tutuila Ofu & Ta'ue
30 Starting in 1821 it was a commercial trail southwest from Missouri; in 1846 Stephen Kearny & his troops used it to invade Mexico
31 The stuff farmers give their horses & cows eats up a D & becomes a fixed charge you pay
32 This Italian name of a big city on a bay is from words meaning new city
33 This city on Maryland's Severn River is the seat of Anne Arundel County
34 2021 saw the release of this latest of Adele's numerically titled chart toppers
35 This fantasy novelist wrote Une ville flottante or The Floating City inspired by his time on the Great Eastern steamer
36 Seen here is the obelisk of this once great Egyptian Sun city
37 2020's Eternal Atake was a smash for this rapper born Symere Woods
38 A canine is the main character of this 1903 novel set in part in Canadian gold rush country
39 As part of reparations after World War I Germany provided to the U.S. one of these the LZ-126
40 This major port is the largest city in Crimea
41 In 11 books by C.S. Forester this intrepid sailor starts as a midshipman & ultimately becomes an admiral
42 Merchants on this trade route with a fabric in its name used the Bactrian camel to hump their goods along


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# Questions
1 Developing gradually in infants it's the awareness that things still exist even when you can't see them
2 One of Plato's 7 wise men of Greece this statesman who reformed Athens' laws laid the foundations for democracy
3 A medieval watchtower stands guard near the Guadalquivir as it flows in this city
4 This Dirty Harry sequel whose title mentions Harry's gun: A man's got to know his limitations
5 Sen. Robert Byrd said the survival of our constitutional system is based on the delicate mechanism of this pair
6 The idyllic school Hailsham harbors grotesque deeds in Never Let Me Go from this Japanese-born author
7 Dating back to ancient times these tall mobile constructions were rolled up against wall defenses to launch an attack
8 The Hanging Gardens was one of many building projects credited to this king of Babylon who also appears in the book of Daniel
9 Tall twin towers in Kuala Lumpur bear the name of this gas company
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