Jeopardy November 04 2022 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 04 2022 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 The name of this city may come from Dur meaning water a reference to the Helvetian peoples settlement on a lake
2 From 1963 to 1986 this golfer won a record 6 Masters tournaments
3 This name for a huge flat region of plains in Argentina is also used for a stretch of desert in Chile
4 Bridgerton popularized this time period core which features statement sleeves bows & corset tops
5 Initiated by the founder of the Joseon Dynasty here is the beautiful Gyeongbokgung Palace in this nation
6 The name of the Pentaceratops means it has 5 of these on its face
7 Slothful & a graven image
8 She won both the Golden Ball as top player & the Golden Boot as top scorer of the 2019 Women's World Cup
9 In March 1736 Charles-Marie de la Condamine landed in what's now this country to determine the Earth's shape & circumference
10 Last name of Italian fashion designer Miuccia who works for her family's fashion house & founded its sister line Miu Miu
11 The elevator pitch for this 1952 novel is basically Cain & Abel but in the Salinas Valley
12 The Euoplocephalus was named for this well-armored body part (kephale in ancient Greek)
13 Archery accessory & old-time boyfriend
14 A 4-man team called Wild Card 1 swept to victory at the 2022 Tim Hortons Brier Canada's championship of this
15 This huge body of water by Venezuela's northwest coast is called an estuarine lake as it mingles with the Caribbean
16 This short jacket seen here has a Spanish name
17 Sorry Hitch! A young extra puts his fingers in his ears before a surprise gunshot in this 1959 movie thriller
18 Unearthed in Niger the Jobaria dinosaur is named for a Tuareg legend about a giant creature in this barren region
19 A potent potable flavored with berries & a class of spirits in Muslim demonology
20 This event began in 1993 as a multi-match tournament with jiu jitsu master Royce Gracie winning the first 2 titles
21 Nieuw Nickerie & Lelydorp are among the largest cities in this country
22 The name of this classic sweater honors James Thomas Brudenell's title
23 Founded in 1602 partly to aid the quest for independence from Spain this trading company had a base in Batavia
24 Because of its longer front legs this tall dinosaur was given a name meaning arm lizard
25 Zero & a clove hitch
26 The U. of Denver won the 2022 NCAA men's hockey championship alliteratively called this ahead of Minnesota State Minnesota & Michigan
27 Thousands of years old large geoglyphs representing plants & animals can be seen 15 miles northwest of this Peruvian city
28 Still a fashion icon at 101 she has produced her own clothing & jewelry lines
29 These 3 words precede Terrier in the name of the super cute Scottish breed seen here
30 This dinosaur was about 2 feet long & has a name meaning tiny thief
31 A visual aid following pie & newspaper slang following nut
32 The Battles of Queenston Heights & Lake Erie were both fought during this war
33 A clever short song about a young cat
34 Mozart called it the king of instruments & played it at Salzburg Cathedral
35 Forgotify is a place to hear songs that had never been listened to on this other service
36 From April to July 2022 Beanie Feldstein played the role of Fanny Brice in a revival of this musical
37 Weird: Charlotte Bronte provided the first known use of this alliterative 2-word term for a lawless section of American frontier
38 Post-WWII British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin said this secretary of state threw a lifeline to sinking men
39 To rent a group of singing Franciscans
40 The Four Ks of makers of this instrument are Kamaka Kanile'a Ko'olau & Koaloha
41 theredshtick.com gives humorous takes on the goings-on in this southern state capital & its environs
42 For his debut in All the Way Bryan Cranston's portrayal of this president earned him a Tony
43 The first line of The Canterbury Tales is quoted under the entry for this month
44 In the 18th century the Apache lost dominance to this other people whose name ends with the same 3 letters
45 Faster Anglican priest who scores field goals
46 Part of Duke Ellington's band for 40 years Harry Carney played this biggest & lowest-pitched sax in common use
47 This website named for a family in Faulkner books debunks false claims & checks facts on all sorts of subjects
48 This play originally staged in 2 parts takes place 19 years after the Battle of Hogwarts
49 You'll find this 1719 work quoted under goatskin rescue & wreck
50 Giovanni Cornaro II Doge of Venice until 1722 was the last one to rule over the Morea an old name for this Greek peninsula
51 A paladin engaged in a joust a perilous situation
52 The basset horn is a type of this; Mendelssohn wrote a piece for basset horn & regular this
53 NASA's astronomy Picture of the Day revealed that this largest moon of Mars may eventually disintegrate; scary indeed
54 Singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell wrote the book music & lyrics for this 2019 musical named for the Greek underworld
55 Works by her are quoted under cup of tea grey cells & motive
56 This Zulu warrior & chief used amabutho or age-based regiments to unite & control his kingdom before his 1828 death
57 A dealer working on commission selling yellowish tight-fitting necklaces
58 Big in '80s music videos this portmanteau word means a synthesizer worn with a strap over the shoulder
59 radio.garden lets you sample radio stations from around the world like Radio Carnaval Tenerife in this island chain
60 One of August Wilson's plays to explore the Black experience in America is called this man's Come and Gone
61 The entry for she cites 'she-who-must-be-obeyed' commands thy presence from a work by this adventure novelist

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