Jeopardy May 15 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy May 15 2021 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 In the 1840s this British queen got a court injunction to prevent family sketches she had made from being published
2 As a couple they were jointly known as Bennifer
3 At Three Forks Montana the Gallatin Jefferson & Madison Rivers come together to form this much longer river
4 Like the mutual kind an ETF is an exchange-traded this which trades like a stock
5 As the proverb says this is thicker than water normally by at least 3 to 4 times
6 An antlered ruminant & a frothy whipped cream dessert
7 A painting by this Russian leader sold for more than $1 million in a charity auction--no word on if he was shirtless when he painted it
8 Playing himself William Shatner made a guest appearance in The D & D Vortex episode of this sitcom
9 Eragon author Christopher Paolini is a longtime Montana resident while this 4-time Oscar nominee was born there
10 Direct listing allows companies to sell their shares without these bank underlings
11 Some people refer to this element as quicksilver
12 To enclose a gift box & to rhyme freestyle
13 An exhibit of his Portraits of Courage paintings was held at his Presidential Center in Texas
14 In 2019 she became the first Asian woman to win a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical
15 The vastness of the wild blue yonder gave Montana the nickname this Country which appears on its state quarter
16 In 2021 the wild ride of GameStop stock pitted small investors against the big boys who use this method & hope the price will fall
17 Products from this brand include school glue glow in the dark glue & pre-made slime called Gue
18 A medieval union & to apply a valuable-looking cover layer
19 A portrait of the 16th president was painted by this 34th president in 1953
20 On Oscar night in 2017 this film took home 6 awards including Best Director for Damien Chazelle
21 Bozeman in southern Montana is one of the gateways to this national park
22 If you bought stock on credit you may be subject to this kind of call where you have to come up with more money
23 Nearly 80 years later this sunken battleship is still leaking oil in Pearl Harbor
24 A wind indicator & part of the circulatory system
25 In 2003 Jimmy Carter painted himself holding the hands of these 2 men at the 1978 Camp David Accords
26 In 2012 the late Tupac Shakur performed via hologram at this California music festival
27 With only about 109000 people this city is Montana's most populous
28 In 1941 Standard Statistics merged with this man's investment information publishing company
29 While this substance is the chief source of natural rubber the kind used in certain paints is synthetic
30 A stage of development & to disconcert or disturb
31 Seems warm for them but the monk seal that bears the name of this sea is found off the coast of Algeria
32 As this disease infected much of the continent around 1350 Europeans tried cures like eating crushed emeralds
33 They're small round & green & come from Pisum sativum
34 In 1880's Strauder v. West Virginia the court struck down a state law requiring these impaneled people to be white
35 Leopold Barnum
36 Fabrizio in Stendhal's The Charterhouse of Parma fights in Napoleon's final battle named for this Belgian village
37 The bird seen here is called this city's warbler great nickname for a country singer
38 Dalton Trumbo & Burgess Meredith were 2 who had their careers damaged by this 1950s Hollywood practice
39 Often found in minestrone cannellini are these anatomically named beans
40 1904's Northern Securities Company v. U.S. ruling said a holding company formed to eliminate competition violated this 1890 act
41 Sherlock Chaplin
42 This frontiersman who lent his name to Nevada's capital plays a role in Willa Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop
43 This big black buffalo is named for a bit of land in way southern Africa
44 Nickname for the son of Edward III who fought the French in the Hundred Years' War
45 The drought-resistant moth bean is high in this from the Greek for first
46 1919's Schenck v. U.S. upheld the Espionage Act saying speech could be restricted if it presented this 2-adjective danger
47 Malcolm Biko
48 Mary Renault's The Persian Boy tells the story of a courtesan in love with this 4th century B.C. warrior king
49 Named for a southern African region the Damaraland one of these is furrier than its naked cousin
50 A byproduct of sugar refining it's a dark viscous variety of molasses
51 In the King James Bible the fates of Esau & Jacob turn on a pottage of these legumes
52 In Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer the court said president Truman could not nationalize this industry
53 Sophie Silkwood
54 The Painted Girls tells the story of the model for this artist's Little Dancer Aged Fourteen
55 Not all that hideous this lizard is named for an Arizona river basin
56 The Siksika & the Blood are groups that make up this Native American people
57 Cultivated for food & as ornamental plants these flowering legumes include about 200 species
58 The 1995 Thornton decision said these are unconstitutional for Congress as the people have the right to choose their lawmakers
59 Pepper Plath
60 This Mumbai-born author opens Midnight's Children as India becomes independent

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Latest Questions

# 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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