Jeopardy November 01 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 01 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 (Hi I'm John Holt.) It was an exciting but sobering event in 2006 when Kansas City opened the USA's official museum of this event with features for visitors to ponder like a field of 9000 sil
2 Place for your petrol & a reality show where Cuban & co. get pitched
3 This pencil-&-paper game is also known as Xs & Os
4 I am a young girl of about thirty-five penned this Founding Father in a 1732 letter to the Penn. Gazette as Alice Addertongue
5 Each of these organs has its own pleural cavity not connected to the other
6 The truth is out there
7 (Hi I'm Pat McGonigle.) Hollywood came to Kansas City to film a biopic starring Gary Sinese as this man; locations included Lee's Summit & of course Independence
8 Goose liver & Fat Tuesday
9 Only around since the early 1990s it takes you practically anywhere you want to go--on the Internet
10 Mathematician & photographer Charles Lutwidge Dodgson is better known to readers young & old by this pen name
11 The orbital cavities contain these organs
12 Suit up!
13 (Hi I'm Nick Vasos.) In 1997 the 100th anniversary of her birth her hometown of Atchison Kansas unveiled a 42000-square foot earth work portrait of this globe-trotting heroine
14 Arkansas capital & Jim Henson series featuring Red Gobo & Boober
15 The movie A Christmas Story used this canine phrase to up the ante in a big challenge
16 Edith Van Dyne author of the Aunt Jane's Nieces series wasn't in Kansas anymore as she didn't exist--she was this man
17 Cardiac & smooth are 2 main types of this tissue
18 Wubba lubba dub dub
19 (Hi I'm Karli Ritter.) A highlight of the holiday season each year is the lighting of the mayor's 100-foot Christmas tree at Crown Center opened in 1971 by the same Kansas City businessman wh
20 A nickname for the circus & a Tennessee state song
21 Relationship of Queen Elizabeth to Queen Victoria
22 N.W. Clerk--a play on Old English for I know not what scholar--was a pen name for this creator of Aslan
23 This long slender fiber that projects from a nerve cell carries impulses away from the cell body
24 This tape will self-destruct in five seconds
25 (Hi I'm Christel Bell.) In 1997 the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum opened its new permanent home under the leadership of Buck O'Neill who had been a star for this Kansas City Negro Leagues tea
26 Scientist known for his study of light & actress who plays Maeve on Westworld
27 One of this organization's missions is calling out & addressing substandard marketplace behavior
28 A rip-ping storyteller he covered A History of New York in 1809 under the name Diedrich Knickerbocker
29 The name of this bone that helps form the elbow is a Latin word for elbow
30 Homey don't play that
31 Shoot a selfie at this state's Rainbow Bridge a natural stone arch with a 275-foot span & a height of 290 feet
32 Patented in 1835 it gave brass instruments a new largest family member
33 1997: Dirk Diggler Rollergirl Amber Waves
34 In a hopeful sense a cloud is said to have one of these metallic features
35 If the active life is for you climb one of these like Mount Bromo in Indonesia or Mount Sakurajima in Japan
36 Francois Rabelais wrote about the exploits of this voracious giant & his son Pantagruel
37 The shell shape accounts for the name of the gastropod family Helicidae including the common edible this
38 1970: Hot Lips Trapper John Painless Waldowski
39 Brits use this familial name for the guy who brings presents every December
40 On Nov. 29 1929 he commanded the first flight over the South Pole for which he'd receive a promotion to rear admiral
41 3 1/2-mile-long Nanjing Road is the main shopping street in this most populous Chinese city
42 George Langelaan wrote the Playboy magazine short story that inspired this film in which Seth Brundle transforms
43 Prominent Boston families like the Cabots & Winthrops have been dubbed with this collective name from a caste of India
44 1964: General Buck Turgidson Colonel Bat Guano Major King Kong
45 Meaning you're good at talking with others this alliterative phrase begins with a plural word & ends with its singular form
46 Enjoy a performance by North America's longest-running ballet company the Royal Ballet in this Manitoba city
47 This sea monster Odysseus & his men must sail past has 6 heads
48 The black & yellow panels in the state flag seen here are a heraldic symbol of this family that founded Maryland
49 1992: Nice Guy Eddie Mr. Orange Mr. Brown
50 High levels of hGC & estrogen might be the cause of this malady that can actually strike pregnant women at any time of day
51 Visit the megaliths of Carnac then name your daughter after this region of Northwest France where you found them
52 The Talmud recounts how Adam was first created by God as one of these magical humanoids
53 In 1478 the rival Pazzi family tried to overthrow this ruling family of an Italian city including attacking them in a church
54 1976: Coach Buttermaker OgilvieLupus
55 Home to wits like Dorothy Parker the Algonquin Round Table had this other shapely name

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# Questions
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2 A braid of hair that hangs from behind or a place to line up behind others & wait
3 This rabbit-loving character calls a woman purty; that relationship ends in an extremely awful way as does his life
4 Decades of choices & wacky costumes on Let's Make a Deal began with Monty Hall as host; this guy got the job in 2009
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6 With the USSR crumbling this Baltic nation in 1990 became the first Soviet republic to declare independence
7 The name of this great 1498-99 Michelangelo work is Italian for compassion
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