Jeopardy March 06 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy March 06 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 An 1869 presidential pardon was granted to this man due in part to a plea by the Medical Society of Harford County Maryland
2 A U.S. representative's re-election bid
3 Danny Torrance is still haunted by the Overlook Hotel in Doctor Sleep his sequel to The Shining
4 At Caracas in 1811 he said Let us lay the cornerstone of South American freedom without fear
5 I'm not paying you to do stand-up Mr. Squidward! Now get back to work!
6 1875 watts of electricity power the Revlon Frizz Fighter one of these
7 This adjective derived from the name of Plato's school can mean irrelevant
8 The Commonwealth Games are held
9 In the full title of a sequel this is followed by & What Alice Found There
10 In 1617 a British diplomat promised calm & halcyonian days just before this decades-long conflict erupted
11 A Lannister always pays his debts
12 There's a chill in the name of this device that blows heated air across the inside of a car's windshield
13 Meaning open when you leave a door this way it sounds as if you've transformed it to glass
14 The same animal year returns in the Chinese calendar
15 His second part to Don Quixote includes jabs at an unauthorized sequel by one Alonso Fernandez de Avellaneda
16 Between 1776 & 1783 Thomas Paine wrote Crisis papers each signed with these 2 words from a familiar early pamphlet
17 A classic of early TV: Hello friends I'm your Vitameatavegamin girl
18 In one of these a propane-powered burner carried in the basket propels hot air into a nylon bag called the envelope
19 Greater than pH 7 it means capable of neutralizing an acid
20 The appearance of the title Highland village in the musical Brigadoon
21 Closing Time is Joseph Heller's sequel to this satirical novel about the absurdities of war
22 In recent history he announced in December 2016 that he'd run against Vladimir Putin; as it turned out a dangerous decision
23 Advertising is based on one thing: Happiness. And do you know what happiness is? Happiness is the smell of a new car
24 In 1742 this Founding Father invented the stove that bears his name a metal-lined fireplace that radiates heat
25 Be! Be! This not in the physically threatening to others sense but in the determined go-getter vibe
26 A jubilee year as recounted in the book of Leviticus in the Bible
27 This seemingly Utopian land is the title of an 1872 Samuel Butler work which he Revisited in a 1901 sequel
28 In 1522 this Magnificent Ottoman man used more than 100000 troops to besiege & finally capture Rhodes
29 Dr. Alex Karev: You made me love you you made me let you in & then you freakin' died in my arms
30 These popular kitchen appliances that cook crispy food without oil are basically small convection ovens
31 It's tru you're this devoted to the welfare of others
32 The Amundsen Sea lies along the western side of this continent
33 Turn up the music specifically her About Damn Time the lead single off her 2022 album Special
34 The Timor Sea is an eastern extension of this ocean
35 Want guide to write good? The Elements of Style your go-to by these 2 men (currently rolling in graves they in)
36 In 2021 she won the inaugural Music Icon Award at the People's Choice Awards
37 Muscat is a port on this sea that shares its name with a big peninsula
38 From 1936 to 1967 this colorful guide aided African Americans in traveling safely during segregation
39 Ricky Martin had a hit with Livin' La Vida Loca while this British group topped the charts with Viva La Vida
40 A homogeneous mixture or the answer to a problem
41 (Melinda Gates French presents the clue.) Victims of sexual abuse violence & harassment have raised their voices & made it easier for others to do the same through this movement founded by Ta
42 Brightspace is a system schools use to provide remote classes like SNHU & the U. of this state capital online since '89
43 It's bounded by historic Thrace to the north & Crete to the south
44 Take the very scenic route with The A.T. Guide a handbook for hiking this 2200-mile path from Maine to Georgia
45 In a No. 1 Michael Jackson hit She's just a girl who claims that I am the one but the kid is not my son
46 Stuff your face or a deep valley or canyon with steep sides
47 (Melinda Gates French presents the clue.) After inspiring millions to join a global climate strike in 2019 this Swedish activist was named Time magazine's Person of the Year
48 If it were founded today National Geographic might be National this Geo- adjective tech including 3D mapping & remote sensing
49 More properly a lake this Central Asian sea has shrunk dramatically due to diversion of its water for irrigation
50 A guide app from this Society is free & has info on 800-plus species of North American birds which should keep you busy
51 According to Billboard the top holiday artist of 2022 was this a cappella group who have been singing together since 2011
52 A list of passengers on a ship or to become visible or obvious
53 (Melinda Gates French presents the clue.) Depicted in the movie Hidden Figures & described as one of NASA's human computers this mathematician overcame institutional racism & sexism doing the


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# Questions
1 Churchill gave a word a new meaning when he called for a talk with Soviet Russia upon the highest level... a parley at this
2 Term for a type of large white blood cell that digests invading micro-organisms & also eats cell debris
3 India the leading milk producer in the world gets almost half of it from this beast not considered cattle
4 This beloved indie rock band took its name in 1984 from the way a Spanish-speaking outfielder says I got it
5 Many thought The Rite of Spring was just noise like the Augurs of Spring marked to be played this extra-loud way throughout
6 Sid & Marty Krofft produced 70s Saturday morning TV like H.R. Pufnstuf & this one where a family ends up in a time with dinosaurs
7 Wheres the president? a blundering Val asks this senator from Louisiana with a different middle name church & party
8 Found in the ear this small bone connects the tympanic membrane to the incus bone
9 From Australia & New Zealand this honey with a Maori name is said to have antibacterial properties
10 A song often heard in Spanish-speaking countries at Christmastime is this Sabanero meaning My Little Savannah Donkey is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc