Jeopardy November 02 2022 answers


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# Question
1 Andrew Johnson vetoed a bill that gave reparations to formerly enslaved people hence this phrase for an unfulfilled promise
2 In 2018 this Pole topped a BBC poll of women who changed the world
3 Roberto Clemente Willie Stargell
4 Abandoned at a difficult time I was left in the this from the name of an old game
5 This implement typically has a serrated edge as seen here
6 In the Baroque era the trio sonata usually written for 2 violins & a cello was a genre of this named for a room
7 Stopping on this 8-letter German roadway is illegal--& remarkably unadvisable--so don't run out of gas
8 Chinese philosopher Mencius earned the title Second Sage as second in importance to this philosopher & his way of thinking
9 Ozzie Smith Lou Brock
10 I'm Curtis Granderson. The Dodgers left me off this list of eligible players for the 2017 World Series. They lost
11 Mus musculus is the scientific name for this rodent
12 The Asam brothers garnished the exterior of their Munich residence with figures made from this plaster
13 In Wisconsin the serving of it at a public eating place as a substitute for table butter is prohibited unless a customer wants it
14 A town in Russia was renamed for this cosmonaut the first man in space following his death in 1968
15 Phil Niekro Chipper Jones
16 You saw my text message but didn't respond--you left me on this
17 Rick Nielsen & Robin Zander are members of this band that's been around since the 1970s
18 This 17th century Italian painter & sculptor also wrote comedies & oh yeah did some Vatican City architecture
19 If The Graduate were set in South Australia Ben could have gotten 2 years or a $10000 fine for interrupting this type of event
20 Ottoman sultan from 1520 to 1566 he had 2 epithets: the Magnificent & the Lawgiver
21 Jeff Bagwell Craig Biggio
22 With four hungry children and a crop in the field... you picked a fine time to leave me this woman
23 Literally a gem that's part of royal regalia it's come to mean the absolute best part of something
24 Like Caravaggio Artemisia Gentileschi painted this biblical woman Beheading Holofernes
25 In New Hampshire every pet dog & cat must be vaccinated against this disease at 3 months--oh & every ferret too
26 A 2022 law that makes lynching a federal hate crime is named for this teen who was brutally murdered in 1955
27 Ron Santo Frank Chance
28 You raptured while I stayed in my airplane seat in chapter 1 of this 1995 book that launched a series
29 Rhyming avian term for a good lawyer
30 Baroque master Johann Bernhard Fischer's St. Charles Church has columns dubbed the Pillars of this mythic hero
31 In 2008 feeding the pigeons at St. Mark's Square in this city became a no-no that could cost you 700 euro
32 Dating from before the city was built up just a short drive outside this Kenyan capital is a national park bearing its name
33 An ectopic pregnancy from the Greek for displaced is called a tubal pregnancy when it occurs here
34 Actor Simon Callow writes of this Ring composer had he been... other than a musical genius he would have been locked up
35 Dustin Diamond who died in 2021 after a brief battle with cancer is best remembered for playing Screech on this teen sitcom
36 Several nurses figure in his novel A Farewell to Arms including Miss Van Campen
37 Sound from a pig & one's peers
38 You get a good look at this city from a gondola as it climbs the former Ericsson Globe now renamed Avicii Arena
39 Greek for to breathe hard gives us the name for this ailment common in children
40 In a novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe he says I'm your church now! You understand--you've got to be as I say
41 Pre-Taxi Driver Scorsese cast her in Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore where she asks another kid Wanna get high on ripple?
42 In Richard Hooker's MASH she emerges not out of a scallop shell like Botticelli's Venus but out of a helicopter
43 The alpine home seen on the left & the bag seen on the right
44 From the Sky Tower you get a bird's-eye view of this New Zealand city that sounds like a nation for birds
45 PVCs are premature ventricular contractions a common type of this the medical term for any irregular heartbeat
46 Simon Pegg in this film: If we don't leave zombies will tear us to pieces & that is really going to exacerbate things
47 Before settling on his final stage surname he was known as Mickey McGuire
48 At Hogwarts this madam first name Poppy is a nurse who is good with a healing potion
49 One cherry from a jar & several of the instruments called mouth organs
50 Around 1400 this Belgian B city northwest of Brussels was among Europe's richest & built itself quite a city hall
51 A colonoscopy can diagnose cancer as well as this condition where pockets develop in the sides of the colon
52 In a Twain tale Simon Wheeler tells the story of Jim Smiley & The Celebrated Jumping Frog of this title place
53 Maybe Olivia Edward child of psychic medium John Edward foresaw playing Pamela Adlon's youngest daughter on this series
54 In The Rose of Sebastopol Rosa Barr is part of Florence Nightingale's nursing retinue in this war
55 Disavowed a previous statement & a fancy glass bottle for serving liquor
56 In London it's an area of government offices & by extension the civil service; in Port of Spain Trinidad the prime minister's office
57 Named for a French physician this disorder of the inner ear can cause vertigo & hearing loss
58 This Holocaust survivor & Nazi hunter wrote Violence is like a weed--it does not die even in the greatest drought
59 Elsie Fisher had actually finished middle school when she played vulnerable young Kayla in this 2018 Bo Burnham film
60 Hana reads to Almasy the title character of this 1992 novel; Hana's lover Kip later wants to murder him
61 A quantity that has both magnitude & direction & describing secret operations

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# Questions
1 An attraction on this East African island a bit smaller than Maui is the house where Freddie Mercury lived as a child
2 Teen drama with Katie Holmes & Michelle Williams:DC
3 This horse with a spotty reputation is believed to be named for a river near where the Nez Perce lived & bred the horse
4 This ancient trade route linking China & the West stretched 4000 miles from XI'an in the east to the Mediterranean Sea
5 They're the 2 major constellations with Major in their names
6 Bear Grylls takes on the elements: MvW
7 The name of this fast-flying falcon means traveling or wandering
8 Abbreviated NHS this government agency created to provide free public medical care began in 1948
9 The ECB the European Central Bank has its headquarters in this German city on the Main River
10 2 Michael J. Fox sitcoms: FT &SC
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