Jeopardy November 04 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 04 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 Like Rome Edinburgh & Istanbul are known as cities of this many hills
2 When Victoria Woodhull ran for president in 1872 she chose as her running mate this famed orator & activist
3 In 1985 a team from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution found this vessel more than 12000 feet underwater
4 I'm here to certify it means to versify
5 In 1998 this animated Great Dane & the gang explored new mysteries on Zombie Island
6 In the 1760s this pair worked to delineate a territorial boundary between Maryland & Pennsylvania
7 Idiomatically it precedes skidoo
8 In 1870 Hiram Revels was elected to the United States Senate from this state once represented by Jefferson Davis
9 A prestigious think tank the Brookings Institution is headquartered in this city
10 To cut a material to form something; you can do it to ski turns meat & statues
11 Train to Busan is set in this Asian country during a zombie outbreak there
12 Scientists created the map seen here showing Challenger Deep in this deepest part of the Pacific
13 The OED found the University of Buffalo was the first to use this number denoting an introductory course in 1929
14 In 1870 Robert Fox' treatment on a segregated streetcar sparked protests & a boycott in this largest Kentucky city
15 Raffles Institution is a co-educational school established back in 1823 in this city-state
16 To beat with a strap or what a party leader does to get votes lined up in Congress
17 Glenn & Maggie were just a young couple trying to make it work in a zombie-filled world on this TV series
18 In the 1840s this Army surveyor & future Republican presidential candidate mapped much of the American West
19 These are the 3 prime numbers in the 40s
20 In 1898 Black troops known as Buffalo Soldiers fought alongside the Rough Riders during the battle of this hill
21 If you want to learn German maybe your town has a branch of this institute founded in 1951 & named for a famous writer
22 This mild word that can follow goal- & bar-means to offer formally for acceptance like with a resignation
23 In Zombieland he starred as himself & when asked if he had any regrets said 'Garfield' maybe
24 Louis de Freycinet mapped much of this large Australian island due south of Melbourne
25 The treaties formally ending the American Revolution were signed in this year
26 In 2020 this journalist seen here was posthumously awarded a Pulitzer citation for reporting on the era of lynching
27 Rice University's Institute for Public Policy bears the name of this man who was George H.W. Bush's Secretary of State
28 From the Latin for price it's what your new car's value does shortly after you drive off the lot
29 Seth Grahame-Smith wrote this send-up of Jane Austen
30 His 16th c. charts made longitude lines straight instead of curving to the poles; easier for navigators but distorts distances
31 It wasn't until after his 479 B.C. death that the ism named for him became China's leading philosophy
32 Epinician odes from the word Nike include a series about this event such as ones praising the boxer Diagoras
33 In Italian cuisine it's cold food you eat at the start of a meal
34 In the Harry Potter books he's the dark lord
35 Come on baby and name this man seen here who had a No. 1 Hit with The Twist in 1960 & again in 1962
36 The Ocotillo campus making semiconductors in Chandler Arizona
37 A 1950 L.A. Times column said the defect of this seemed to be the senator for whom it was named
38 The Panchatantra animal fables were written in this ancient language of India & used to teach princes
39 Carly Simon had a hit song about this feeling of excitement
40 Traditionally the black keys on a piano are made of this hard dark wood
41 Of course this novelty hit by Bobby Boris Pickett was a hit for Halloween 1962 but why did it chart again in the summer of 1973?
42 This beauty company whose name partly means gold: the Lassigny plant north of Paris
43 Strong nationalism & anti-labor policies were elements of this named for a 1980s U.K. prime minister
44 This hero of Virgil's famous work escapes with a handful of survivors after the fall of Troy
45 It's the type of missile used against missiles in flight
46 This 14th century poet who gave his name to a type of sonnet is often credited with the term the Dark Ages
47 Aerosmith did indeed sing for the years with this song re-charting in 1976 when it hit No. 6; it charted again in 2018
48 A New factory of the future in Massachusetts for its made-in-the-USA sneakers
49 The philosophical & political ism named for this 15th & 16th century man reflects his characteristic unscrupulousness
50 Spell 125 in this collection of funerary texts involves Anubis weighing the deceased's heart in the hall of truth
51 It's one who studies ancient relics or a type of bookstore dealing in old & rare volumes
52 You get a B if you know it's the most common volcanic rock in the Earth's crust
53 Seen here this man had a hit twice with Stand By Me his signature song
54 The Akashi motorcycle plant not far from the Good Times World Corporate Museum
55 A controversial 18th century German physician created this early form of hypnotism
56 In an ancient Mesopotamian epic this king of Rruk meets the goddess Ishtar
57 Term for two points on Earth such as the poles or such as Spain & New Zealand
58 In the early 1800s Joseph NiƩpce created some of the first photos using one of these Latin for dark chamber
59 One of the many Prince songs that re-charted after his 2016 death was this opening track of Purple Rain

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# Questions
1 Ludovico's technique is applied rather violently to make Alex non-violent in this novel
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
5 In this 1818 classic a Swiss scientist isn't neutral about playing mix-&-match with some corpse parts
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
8 Tess of the d'Urbervilles was described as this an old-timey word meaning good-looking
9 These 70' pillars in New York & London do date to Ancient Egypt yet have no historic connection to the woman they are named for
10 An enlarger a fixer tray & a safelight are items you'll need in this room
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