Jeopardy November 07 2022 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 07 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 Not as Welsh as he made out Richard Llewellyn went to the Ogmore Valley to see these mines so he could write How Green Was My Valley
2 In 1989 the Hollywood Reporter noted on this show string bikinis... share equal time with the rescue work
3 Here's an artistic depiction of this dance
4 Term for a volcano that hasn't erupted in many many years but still might
5 Get a good grip on this boating device that sounds like a farmer but is used to steer the rudder
6 In ancient Rome it was the ninth month
7 The Kathmandu Valley is in the foothills of these mountains
8 Thanks for that on the spot report Les; turns out Thanksgiving turkeys can't fly during a 1978 episode of this Ohio-set sitcom
9 New York drag competitions called balls were the birthplace of this stylized dance that Madonna brought to the mainstream
10 If your lab has a tile counter don't use it to place solid carbon dioxide aka this; the adhesive will be destroyed
11 Sometimes used by theatergoers a lorgnette is a pair of these on a handle
12 A nymph deprived of speech
13 The $20 view which was on that Canadian bill in the '70s shows the Valley of the Ten Peaks in this westernmost Prairie province
14 Hollywood folklore says NBC's Brandon Tartikoff scribbled down a quick note--MTV cops--which led to this hit '80s show
15 Russell Horning also known as Backpack Kid went viral doing this dance to Katy Perry's song Swish Swish
16 Knowing what the D in DNA stands for should tell you this noun the sugar found in DNA
17 Some say it's tacky but baseball sluggers regularly use this 2-word tree product to improve their grip
18 Unit of measure equal to about 2.2 pounds
19 In this French river valley you can visit the Ch√Ęteau de Chambord once home to Louis XIV
20 As Lou Grant this actor told Mary Tyler Moore at a job interview You got spunk... I hate spunk!
21 In square dancing this repetitive call means pass your partner back to back!
22 Still mysterious but described as a repulsive force it makes up 70% of the universe way more than the same-named matter
23 New students at Stephen F. Austin University decorate axe handles in honor of this nickname for both its students & sports teams
24 NBA shooting guard Oladipo or actor Mature
25 Full of biblical sites Israel's Jezreel Valley is bounded to the west by this mount with Haifa on its slopes
26 This TV legend kind of got busted from captain down to sgt. as T.J. Hooker but he did get to jump on the hoods of moving cars!
27 In Wonderland the Mock Turtle & the Gryphon tell Alice how seals turtles & salmon partner with lobsters for this dance
28 Embryonic stem cells divide & give rise to more specialized ones like neurons for the brain this proess
29 This gymnastics apparatus gets its name from the handles
30 4 letters--a potato in Puebla or Peru
31 The daughter of immigrants Kamala Harris was born in California to a mother from India & a father from this island country
32 At Christopher Wren's suggestion in the 1670s the ruined Greenwich Castle became the site of a new this designed by Wren
33 In 1973 just days after declaring I will not resign if indicted he resigned
34 In Britain you don't fill up your car with gas you fill it with this 6-letter word
35 A campaign slogan from 1840 was Tippecanoe and this vice presidential running mate too
36 Here's a ferry actually crossing this river that flows 70 miles before entering the Irish Sea
37 Lewis Ed Bobby & Drew take a harrowing canoe trip
38 This veep with the monogram HHH worked as a pharmacist before getting a master's in political science
39 One of the oldest records at the National Archives in London is this record of William the Conqueror's 1066 survey of England
40 An Englishwoman named Adela Quested falsely accuses Dr. Aziz of assault
41 Unlucky number 13 this vice president under Pierce died before ever performing his duties
42 High-ranking Father Latour passes away in a Santa Fe cathedral


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# Questions
1 Known for a fabled event of 1881 it housed an auto repair shop after the disappearance of the horse & buggy
2 Kick both ins out of a 2-word principal route of a railroad to get this gendered 4-letter word
3 TVs Sense8 which followed 8 psychically connected people was from the Matrix siblings with this last name
4 In 1926 this L.A. evangelist was the subject of a scandal when she disappeared for a month & claimed to have been kidnapped
5 Early electronics used bulky vacuum tubes; beginning in the late 1940s these compact successors made things portable
6 A skilled yet boastful artisan she was transformed into a spider after challenging Athena to a weaving contest
7 Swains Island part of this territory south of the equator was claimed by Eli Jennings in 1856 & has remained in the family since
8 Lose in from a small statuette to get this shape of the human body
9 The TV series Queen Sugar is from this auteur who also directed Selma
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