Jeopardy November 11 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 11 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 Irked by this band's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Johnny Rotten wrote We're not coming. We're not your monkeys
2 The mitral valve opens to allow blood flow from the left atrium into the left one of these
3 Us is the objective case of this pronoun
4 Robert E. Lee & George Meade were the commanding generals at this decisive July 1863 battle
5 In server-speak still mooing & on the hoof means a steak cooked this way
6 This man III led the fundraising for Lincoln Center on New York's West Side; his dad Jr. put up his own center in Midtown
7 '70s classic with the lyric I blew out my flip-flop / Stepped on a pop top
8 In 1649 William Harvey published Two Anatomical Exercises on this movement of the blood which he had discovered
9 A snippet of it: ...288419716...
10 In 1936 Ethiopia's Emperor Haile Selassie appealed for help against Italian aggression to this organization which was no help
11 Renee Zellweger & Kelly Clarkson both served drinks as this type of waitress; you almost never hear it before waiter
12 III is part of the full name of this actor who let us know Second prize is a set of steak knives. Third prize is you're fired
13 Internet Money & Gunna had a 2020 hit titled this sweet drink; Beyoncé named an album for it
14 Hemoglobin in blood carries oxygen to the tissues & also holds 2/3 of the body's content of this element
15 It's the third note in the major scale of the sol-fa set of singing syllables
16 In 2019 it was revealed Harold Pie Keller was one of 6 Marines raising the flag in a photo taken Feb. 23 1945 on this island
17 Servers may need to clarify that the entree comes without sides: note this 3-word French term on the menu
18 This man III who followed in his mom Corazon's footsteps as president of the Philippines passed away in 2021
19 Synonyms for member names of this band include provocative eerie athletic infant & luxurious
20 Coagulation begins when these also called thrombocytes begin to aggregate at the site of a ruptured blood vessel
21 It's the garment being worn here
22 In exile in Mexico this Soviet bigwig survived a machine gun attack on his home in may 1940 but an axe did the trick a bit later
23 You might have to practice your roller skating to be a carhop at this chain America's Drive-In
24 Oh Vlad III Draculea is so formal! Please call me Vlad this nickname one I acquired for my high stakes atrocities
25 Mark Feld was the original name of this late style icon who joined the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2020 with his band T. Rex
26 When a waste product known as bilirubin builds up in the blood this yellowing of the skin & eyes can occur
27 A moon in our solar system named for a maiden of myth
28 Locally this early 1900s Chinese secret society was called the Righteous & Harmonious Fists; foreigners gave them this name
29 The number of people in a dining party is referred to using this 3-letter word as in 6-this at table 15
30 A prince among men this man III ruled Monaco for 56 years until his death in 2005
31 7 sisters constellation+ total annihilation

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Latest Questions

# Questions
1 Used to dilate the pupils atropine is commonly derived from this plant whose name means beautiful lady
2 In 2 kings this king of Babylon cut in pieces all the vessels of gold... in the Temple of the Lord
3 A room at the U.S. Department of the Interior is named for this author of Silent Spring
4 This process reduces fat globules in milk into small particles that are evenly distributed so the cream doesn't rise to the top
5 Much of this thriller based on a James Dickey novel was filmed in Northeastern Georgia & on the Chattooga River
6 She's the author of the female empowerment bestseller Untamed & the wife of Abby Wambach
7 It's the text or book of an opera or a musical
8 There's a lot of smiting & destroying after this group steals the Ark of God; things don't end well for Goliath either
9 After his term as vice president he was reelected to the Senate from Minnesota in 1970
10 Here's a vitriolic clue--the lead-chamber process produces this acid that doesn't react with lead
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