Jeopardy November 02 2019 answers

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# Question
1 These ubiquitous mushrooms share a name with something found on your shirt
2 In 1998 congress wished him a happy 87th birthday by renaming Washington National Airport in his honor
3 This word for a rope used to tie up a horse is also the name of a sleeveless top that has straps around the neck that leave the back bare
4 An alarming 2019 environmental report called for action to reduce the 8 million tons of this substance going into oceans every year
5 Alicia Keys
6 It's a less appealing 2-word name for tofu
7 P is for this type of mushroom that fittingly shares its name with a type of umbrella
8 Here's a nifty cabin made from these
9 This type of lace used to make the fan seen here bears the name of the French town where it originated
10 From a 2018 report: There is evidence that integrating these people fleeing violence in local economies can be mutually beneficial
11 Kenny G
12 People who have these snakes as pets favor the red-tailed species
13 They're often used in Japanese dishes such as kinoko gohan
14 Founded in Africa in 1822 it's the only world capital (besides Washington D.C.) that's named for a U.S. president
15 A musical instrument with bellows gives its name to this style of pleats
16 The 2013 World Health Report said zinc supplements reduce the rate in kids of this lung infection associated with the elderly
17 Earl Scruggs
18 This musical notation sets the position of the F below middle C
19 Don't be shell-shocked despite the name of this mushroom. It doesn't grow under water
20 Seen here are flight controllers at work at this facility's Mission Control Center
21 A royal house gives its name to this style for a necktie; it has a more complicated knot than a four-in-hand
22 The 2018 World Drug Report said about 192 million people worldwide used this recreational drug including 38 million Americans
23 Rock Hall of Famer Hal Blaine
24 It's the slang term for the ideological barrier separating China from the West
25 This Italian mushroom whose name comes from a dairy product is a juvenile portobello
26 The Department of Commerce headquarters building is named for this president who once served as Commerce Secretary
27 This traditional peasant costume seen here is still worn in the Austrian and Bavarian Alps
28 I.I! A 2016 report found this financial issue had increased in 75% of the world's cities in the preceding 2 decades
29 Sarah Chang & Midori
30 This desert plant is named for its cylindrical shape
31 On Nov. 28 1848 the parliament of this country chose Bern as its federal capital
32 Gwen Verdon said she helped dub in the tapping & splashing in the title number in this 1952 film
33 Farmers plant trees around farms to create windbreaks as they battle this attrition of soil by wind
34 Why'd you do that? Just... this 5-letter contraction
35 This Tom Wolfe work was spacey but had the correct contents to win a 1980 Nonfiction Award
36 Starting around 600 B.C. many Jews were deported east from the kingdom of Judah in what's known as the Babylonian this forced departure
37 Finn Bjork & Ursina are a family of brown these big animals fishing & climbing in a park in the heart of Bern since 2009
38 It's 10 years later as Al Swearengen & friends celebrate South Dakota statehood on the 2019 movie based on this HBO series
39 A 138-pound cabbage set a world record for Scott Robb a farmer in this state benefiting from the above-average amount of sunlight
40 The American Heritage Dictionary calls it perhaps the single most famous feature of southern United States dialects
41 The 2017 Nonfiction winner was Masha Gessen's The Future is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed this superpower
42 Human occupation on Corsica dates from at least the 3rd millennium B.C. as evident from dolmens & menhirs standing these
43 Tour the 2nd floor apt. of Kramgasse 49 where this scientist began to live in 1903 & did some incredible work relatively speaking
44 Charlie Chaplin faces the perils of technology in this 1936 film that was also the last appearance of The Tramp
45 In France & Germany asparagus is grown underground to inhibit this pigment creating a delicious white variety
46 A contraction of would rather; having these would mean you'd get your way
47 Colson Whitehead liberated the 2016 Fiction Award for his novel about this title 19th century conveyance
48 Ostia at the mouth of this river served as Rome's naval base & commercial harbor
49 Any pirate could tell you that Bern lies along this river with a double a rating that rises in the Alps
50 Howie Mandel & Denzel Washington were on staff at this '80s show set at St. Eligius Hospital
51 This 11-letter type of farming supplies produce for the farmer to eat but not enough for market
52 There is a contraction in this French phrase for please; it's literally if it pleases you
53 Thomas Pynchon found the Fiction Prize at the end of this 1973 novel
54 In the 1st century B.C. Philo of Larissa taught his skeptical Philo-sophy at this school founded by Plato
55 Renzo Piano designed the Bern museum here dedicated to this painter a local boy who taught at Bauhaus in the 1920s
56 In this Alexander Payne film Paul Giamatti is asked Why are you so into Pinot?
57 Most of the dairy cows in the U.S. are descended from this cattle breed named for an area of northern Germany
58 The poem Home Sweet Home doesn't begin 'Mong pleasures & palaces though we may roam; the first word is this contraction
59 He won Fiction Awards for The Magic Barrel & The Fixer but not for The Natural
60 The 6th century B.C. Temple of Artemis was a mainstay of this city whose residents St. Paul would later pen a letter to


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# Questions
1 This warm headgear shares its name with a battle of the Crimean War
2 We rooted for him in Get Out and Queen and Slim but not when he made life miserable for the title women in Widows
3 You eat the red stalks of this plant; the green leaves are toxic
4 Although they come from this nation more than 40000 Gurkhas fight in the Indian army
5 This former mining town was Colorado's territorial capital
6 Ludwig of this German state got the official Mad designation in 1886 after a panel of doctors declared him insane
7 This cosmetic with a metal in its name can be used to give a warm healthy-looking glow not a specific color
8 As him in 1982 Ricardo Montalban says I've done far worse than kill you. I've hurt you. And I wish to go on hurting you
9 In reinforced concrete it's what does the reinforcing
10 This word for a guerrilla was used in the Boer War in WWII & as the title of a 1985 Schwarzenegger movie 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