Jeopardy May 13 2021 answers


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# Question
1 Orange juice tastes awful after brushing because sodium lauryl sulfate in this product suppresses sweet receptors
2 2012: Attack of the 50 ____ Cheerleader
3 This reading system for the blind began as a challenge by Napoleon to find a way for soldiers to communicate silently in the dark
4 The Sahara Desert derives its name from an Arabic word meaning this
5 Between 1858 & 1872 he Dane-d to give us New Fairy Tales and Stories
6 It's the total number of Ses in the name of The Magnolia State
7 The reduction of salivary flow during sleep is the main culprit for this form of waking halitosis
8 2002: 8 ____ featuring music
9 Napoleon's conquests spread this measurement system through Europe
10 Born John Rogers Stephens in 2018 he released his first holiday album A Legendary Christmas
11 In 1882 she finished the 6th volume of Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag
12 These 2 letters are between M & F in a word from the French for the use of disguise in the military
13 A new mixing valve in this could be the key to preventing scalding due to an ill-timed toilet flush
14 1999:8____featuring nic cage
15 32 Baron Larrey Napoleon's chief surgeon is credited with pioneering this type of medical service from French for walking
16 The ocean that surrounds Antarctica in the Southern Hemisphere goes by these 2 alternate names
17 He named Ford Prefect after the rather oddly named little car but many thought it was a typing error for perfect
18 Here's a colonel of truth--colonel ain't spelled right in that phrase; please spell out this homophone the gist of an idea
19 Toxins called congeners in your booze are a reason this condition also called wine flu is worse with certain drinks
20 2001: Hedwig & the ____ ____
21 In 1804 Napoleon standardized all the laws of France resulting in a civil code still used in places like this Canadian province
22 In summer 2019 singles looking for love hooked up on the island of Fiji for season 1 of this series based on a British show
23 Last name of Kingsley the creator of Lucky Jim in 1954 & his son Martin who found Success in 1978
24 It's the number of vowels in the instrument seen here
25 Lacrimal gland production is lowest during sleep so this rhyming disorder is often worse when waking
26 1953: The Beast from 20000 ____
27 Egyptology began with Napoleon's 1798 invasion of Egypt & the discovery of this stone a key to language translation
28 A 2016 Forever stamp marked the 250th anniversary of the repeal of this act
29 De amor y de sombra Of Love & Shadows is a 1984 novel by this Chilean-American author
30 It's the missing letter in ouvre describing an artist's lifetime body of work
31 Music Tim Carleton wrote at age 16 was used by phone maker Cisco & has been heard by millions as this--your call is important to us
32 This term for the loan agreement to purchase a dwelling comes from Old French for dead wage
33 Jesus said this man will deny him three times before the cock crows twice; here he is in shame after that comes true
34 This country definitely uses the most U's in the spelling of its name
35 In 1908 the first of these Ford models rolled out of a plant in Detroit
36 Immigrants brought the first of this type of drum to the U.S. from China in the 1800s
37 A 1974 march for tuba by Luciano Michelini became the circusy-sounding theme to this HBO comedy
38 Cowboy vocabulary from Spanish includes stockade & this other word for an enclosure for horses or cattle
39 You may have heard of one of these that laid golden eggs; Buddha told of how in a former life he was one with golden feathers
40 This country has the Gulf of Bothnia to its west & a gulf named for it to its south
41 Thomas Jefferson used this game board as a model for city planning with every other block left open
42 Only a dental professional can truly remove this mineral deposit also called calculus that forms along & under the gumline
43 Known as The Bong the 5-note theme for this chip maker Inside a lot of computers was composed in 1994 by Walter Werzowa
44 Transparent is from the Latin for appear through; this word meaning almost the same is from the Latin for shine through
45 In the Koran a bird that could speak told this wise king & prophet it had come from Sheba with tidings
46 In 2006 Evo Morales a member of the Aymara people became the first indigenous president of this South American country
47 Nevada has a monument to this 1860s mail service near the site where horses & riders fueled up before heading further west
48 We'll string you along & say you can walk the dog with this item that dates back to the 400s B.C.
49 Bj Leiderman wrote themes for NPR programs like Morning Edition & this Saturday & Sunday counterpart
50 Italian for stalk or stump it's the trunk of the human body
51 In one of his most famous sermons this Italian saint told his bird buddies they have an obligation to praise their creator
52 Istria & Dalmatia are regions of this Balkan country
53 In the 1850s Chief Oshkosh stopped a U.S. attempt to move the Menominee people westward from this state
54 A fish with this Hawaiian name weighing 72.8 pounds was caught off Maryland in 2019
55 Adam Schlesinger of this Stacy's Mom band also composed 157 songs for TV's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
56 Persian for perfume gave us this word for a fragrant essential oil of roses
57 The guru Granth Sahib of this faith uses birds like the flamingo & crane to draw parallels between man & the divine
58 This small Transcaucasian country is believed to be the first to adopt Christianity as a state religion in 301
59 In 1853 this 14th president was not sworn in--he was affirmed on a Bible
60 In this fairy-tale-influenced Gregory Maguire novel the vain stepmother is Lucrezia Borgia

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# Questions
1 BSQS: it's from the Latin for compliant perhaps to excess
2 In 1994 all 5 nominees were for episodes of this police series set in the fictional 15th Precinct in Manhattan
3 Threads of metal are woven into this 4-letter fabric with a French name
4 Van Dyck depicted Jesus crowned with thorns in this painting whose name means behold the man
5 In the U.S. the Blue Ridge Mountains reach into northern Georgia; in Europe this Great range is to the north
6 Britain's victory in this 1754-1763 war nearly doubled the national debt
7 Z: a Greek liqueur
8 Life on the Street was the subtitle of this Baltimore-set cop show that won in 1993 for Tom Fontana
9 The fleece of this llama & vicuna relative is prized & comes in almost 2 dozen natural colors
10 Stolen in Israel in 1996 this Russian-born artist's Jacob's Ladder was recovered in 2015 & sold at auction in 2020
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