Jeopardy November 23 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 23 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 After a last-second win over Buffalo with this prayerful play in 2020 Kyler Murray said it was the first he had ever tried
2 A Mother Goose nursery rhyme says Little Boy Blue come do this
3 The 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act banned oppressive child labor set the work week at 44 hours & established this at 25 cents an hour
4 Men start this double- or triple-talk dance with a step to the left; a pre-fame Bruce Lee was a champion at it in Hong Kong
5 Late publisher of the Omaha World-Herald Henry Doorly gave his name to this the state's No. 1 attraction
6 You need 3 A's to spell this type of hut at beach resorts & pools
7 Do we have time to run Wasp? asked this Chiefs QB in Super Bowl 54; he did & hit Tyreek Hill for a game-changing 44 yards
8 Until 1969 Project Blue Book investigated these phenomena; of the 12618 sightings only 701 have not been identified
9 In 1938 DuPont chemist Roy Plunkett accidentally discovered this now used as a coating for nonstick cookware
10 Aren't you glad you brought a friend along? Now you can swing left into this type of highway lane marked with diamonds
11 Omaha is on the west bank of this river opposite Council Bluffs Iowa
12 With a low entry making an enemy stoop awkwardly the iQukwane hut is said to have the shape of this insect structure
13 Franco Harris' Immaculate Reception of a deflected pass from Terry Bradshaw won a 1972 playoff game for this team
14 The Belgian artist known as Peyo created these blue beings
15 On October 31 1938 the New York Times reported Radio listeners in panic after a broadcast of this H.G. Wells story
16 In chess the one time the king can move 2 squares is doing this; kingside is 2 squares left for the black king
17 Omaha is the seat of this county named for Illinois senator Stephen who sponsored the Kansas-Nebraska Act
18 Here's Seaman's Hut used as an emergency shelter in this country's Kosciuszko National Park
19 Though the play was designed for Freddie Solomon the 49ers' Dwight Clark made The Catch on Jan. 10 1982 on a pass by this quarterback
20 Lake Tana in Ethiopia is the source of this colorful river
21 This organization was founded in 1938 to find a cure for infantile paralysis also called polio
22 Bugs Bunny's line about wishing he'd toined left at this city may be based on a real turn there that would keep you on Route 66
23 In 1913 this future president was born in Omaha as Leslie King Jr.
24 These nomadic people of Kenya & Tanzania live in a kraal a grouping of huts
25 In the 2007 Fiesta Bowl Boise State's huddled masses used this 3-word trick play featuring a behind-the-back handoff for the win
26 Coral reefs are home to the blue fish known by this 4-letter name
27 German name for the night of Nov. 9 when Jews & their property were attacked across Germany
28 At the Battle of Chancellorsville he swung left to crush the Union right but was mortally wounded by friendly fire
29 In 1917 this priest rented a boarding house in Omaha to care for 5 neglected boys; later he bought a farm & it became Boys Town
30 In the foreground a Mongol horseman in the back this 4-letter type of hut


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# Questions
1 Ludovico's technique is applied rather violently to make Alex non-violent in this novel
2 A braid of hair that hangs from behind or a place to line up behind others & wait
3 This rabbit-loving character calls a woman purty; that relationship ends in an extremely awful way as does his life
4 Decades of choices & wacky costumes on Let's Make a Deal began with Monty Hall as host; this guy got the job in 2009
5 In this 1818 classic a Swiss scientist isn't neutral about playing mix-&-match with some corpse parts
6 With the USSR crumbling this Baltic nation in 1990 became the first Soviet republic to declare independence
7 The name of this great 1498-99 Michelangelo work is Italian for compassion
8 Tess of the d'Urbervilles was described as this an old-timey word meaning good-looking
9 These 70' pillars in New York & London do date to Ancient Egypt yet have no historic connection to the woman they are named for
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