Jeopardy November 11 2022 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 11 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 Buffalo: Of this county on a Great Lake
2 On World Wildlife Day the WWF removes this animal logo from its website to highlight the emptiness of a world without nature
3 Here's this Italian composer looking like he could use a visit from the Barber of Seville
4 As well as an adjective meaning more aged in Native American culture it's a person whose age gives them wisdom
5 To speak plainly not mince words is no tener pelos en la lengua literally to not have hair here
6 (Mandy Patinkin presents the clue.) In 1980 I won a Tony for my role as Che the narrator of sorts in the original Broadway production of this musical
7 Santa Rosa California: Of this winey county west of Napa
8 In 2016 this sandwich shop freshened up its logo to reflect its fresh ingredients but the arrows are still there
9 Aaron Copland composed the music for a ballet set in the southwest & named for this notorious bandit
10 St. Petersburg Florida became a retiree mecca in the 1940s & has the oldest club for this disk-pushing game
11 The boss the head guy; it's what a Kansas City Chief player becomes in Spanish media
12 (Mandy Patinkin presents the clue.) I spoke one of the many great lines in this 1987 film. [Ken Laughs] Hello my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die
13 Towson Maryland: Of this charm county we guess
14 This extinct animal became the logo of the NHL's Nashville Predators after its bones were discovered in the area
15 A depiction of Nike discovered on a Greek island in 1863 this statue is thought to commemorate a sea battle
16 It's the month in which National Grandparents Day is celebrated
17 The title of a 2020 bilingual Black Eyed Peas song it means an attractive woman whether she's a mother or not
18 (Mandy Patinkin presents the clue.) For 8 seasons I played Saul Berenson Carrie Mathison's CIA mentor & later National Security Advisor on this drama
19 Indianapolis: Of this county named for Revolutionary general Francis
20 The blue & white on BMW's logo come from the flag of this German state
21 The title character of Petrouchka is one of these that comes to life is immortal--terrifying!
22 When this Old Testament king is old & stricken in years even the fair maiden Abishag does not rouse his interest
23 This versatile & filling food is as common in El Salvador as the taco is elsewhere
24 (Mandy Patinkin presents the clue.) In the 1990s I did an album & concert of traditional & non-traditional songs called Mamaloshen which means mother tongue in this language of some of my anc
25 Tucson: Of this county/people/type of cotton
26 Yes they still make this brand of shoes & the basset hound is still the logo
27 The title of this play by Eugene O'Neill refers in part to a pair of trees that surrounds the Cabot farmhouse
28 Well into his 80s Claude Monet painted his garden in this village 40 miles from Paris
29 Mexican women have held marches against this Hispanic culture of masculinity
30 (Mandy Patinkin presents the clue.) I was a big fan of the late Stephen Sondheim & I am honored to have originated the role of the artist Seurat in this Jame Lapine-Sondheim musical that was
31 Part of the British regalia the Great Star of Africa was once part of this diamond named for Sir Thomas


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