Jeopardy November 09 2022 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 09 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 It's the only chess piece that can hop over an opposing piece when it moves
2 (Haley Jones presents the clue.) In 2018 I signed my Stanford letter of intent on national TV; in 1993 it made news when this teenager already playing PGA tour events declared he was going to
3 In 2016 Timur Gareyev played a record 48 simultaneous games wearing one of these; he won 35 lost 6 & drew 7
4 In Romeo & Juliet he gets the point from Tybalt who makes worms' meat of him
5 The Ruy Lopez is also known as the Spanish opening; the Giuoco Piano as this one (not to be confused with the Sicilian defense)
6 In 1936 the Clipper was the first of these sleek silvery travel trailers made of aluminum
7 Type of bathroom that can only be accessed through a bedroom
8 (Haley Jones presents the clue.) The coaches wanted to move him to defensive end & later made him the sixth-stringer; but in 1970 quarterback Jim Plunkett became the Cardinal's first winner o
9 In Macbeth it's not healthy for this man to be in a scene with first second & third murderers but at least his son Fleance escapes
10 In an anticlimax a 1978 World Championship game was this kind of draw on the 124th move
11 This cruise line got back to fun in 2021 launching the fittingly named new flagship Mardi Gras
12 It's how the food seen here is being prepared
13 (Haley Jones presents the clue.) Pitcher Mike Mussina & third baseman Ed Sprague were on the 1988 Stanford team that was victorious in the first title game of this event broadcast on network
14 This title guy kills Lavinia stabs Tamora gets killed by Saturninus who in turn is whacked by Lucius the said title guy's son
15 In 1997 the chess world was shocked when world champ Garry Kasparov lost a match to this IBM computer program
16 Eugene was the first name of this man whose series of guides made travel seem accessible to mid-century Americans
17 Charles-Francois Daubigny was one of the first painters to work this way meaning outside
18 (Haley Jones presents the clue.) Just like me she went from Archbishop Mitty High to Stanford where she recorded more than 1500 kills she went on to be the most decorated beach volleyball Oly

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Latest Questions

# 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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