Jeopardy March 03 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy March 03 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.

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1 Letters pocket knives c rations & steel helmets are among the tangible items referred to in the title of this modern war classic
2 The Iraq War that began in 2003 forced this dictator into hiding; he was later captured & executed
3 This genre of country music is fittingly Kentucky's state music
4 Easel down the road to Goodland Kansas to see the world's largest easel holding a painting of these state flowers
5 This flying elephant has his own ride at Disneyland
6 What the Dickens?: Orphans; criminals; kidnapping victims; London
7 The classic pangram: The ____ brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
8 Though she had 2 children with her first husband she was unable to give Napoleon an heir so he left her
9 An early example of this hysteria occurred during the Palmer raids in 1919 which targeted anarchists & other leftists
10 On Wisconsin's 1000-mile trail named for this period in Earth's history you can see rocks left from the Wisconsin glaciation
11 This endeering character frolics in the forest with his animal friends Thumper & Flower
12 From 1939: Migrant agricultural laborers; rural families; depressions; labor camps; California
13 For an adult vacation guaranteed to be forgotten Pack my box with five dozen jugs of this general term for booze
14 After posting his 95 Theses on the door of a castle church this Reformation leader was branded a heretic
15 She's a golden ticket holder & champion gum-chomper in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
16 Head to the Presidio & check out Industrial Light & Magic & the film production company named for this man
17 In a 2022 remake Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the voice of him Pinocchio's conscience
18 By Tolstoy: Married women; adultery; Russia
19 Farmer Jack realized that big yellow these bed coverings were expensive
20 The word lycée for a French public school goes back to lyceum which was the name of a school founded by this ancient philosopher
21 Near Newark are communities known as East South & West this
22 Monsieur Jacques is the mascot of the frog capital of the world Rayne in this state's Acadia Parish & even gets a statue
23 Introduced in The Lion King they're the pair seen here
24 From 2005:Vampires; high schools; schools; Washington (state)
25 We promptly judged this old word ivory buckles for the next prize
26 This Native American of the Patuxet people aided the Pilgrims at Plymouth & acted as an interpreter
27 Some of the oxygen we breathe is created by these of division chlorophyta which can be single celled
28 You needn't go to Capri Italy for one of these picturesque caves; visit the one of the Redemption in West Bend Iowa
29 In Frozen he's Kristoff's reindeer pal
30 A Pulitzer winner: Marginality social; mothers & sons; New Orleans
31 Most birds don't but Jackdaws love my big Sphinx of this mineral
32 In 1944 this teen wrote In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart
33 An affiliation with Marcel Duchamp earned American ceramicist Beatrice Wood the nickname the Mama of this art movement
34 When you sever a connection like with your cable company you do this something that's also done just after birth
35 It's the last name of tennis player Naomi as well as the Honshu city where she was born
36 In The Story of My Life she wrote of the coincidence of one of her ancestors being the first teacher of the deaf in Zurich
37 Contrast agents based on gadolinium provide clear scans from this x-ray-less type of imaging commonly used for the brain
38 In the 18th century British architects began a revival of this medieval style pointed arches & all
39 Danger! Danger! Beware of this animal in disguise
40 The book Noah's Flood proposed that the event happened when the Mediterranean burst into this sea 7600 years ago
41 Thomas Edison gave us Genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent this
42 This Québécoise singer has an accent on her first E on some French-language albums but not on English ones like One Heart
43 Lutetium is used in the process of cracking petroleum breaking down its large molecules in this of facility
44 An outgrowth of the Baroque style this frothy style that embraced natural elements originated in 18th century Paris
45 To hide a problem is to sweep it here
46 Mya Thein Tan one of these towering shrines in Myanmar is built to resemble Mount Meru sacred to Buddhists
47 Throwing away your umbrella in a rainstorm because you are not getting wet was part of her dissent of dismantling the VRA
48 An accent mark hovers over the name of Cate Blanchett's character in this 2022 film set in the world of classical music
49 This phenomenon of current zipping unimpeded through matter is associated with cold; cerium materials may enable it at room temp
50 As the name of this 18th century movement suggested it tried to recreate the art of Greece & Rome
51 If something is relatively easy to do or understand then It's not this Robert Goddard's field
52 Ushuaia the southernmost city in Argentina is in this archipelago with a fiery name
53 In 1983 he predicted that The computer will become the predominant medium of communication
54 There's an accent over the final E in the name of this man who scored a hat trick for France in the 2022 World Cup Final
55 The existence of holmium was revealed in 1878 via this the study of light over a range of wavelengths


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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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