Jeopardy November 23 2022 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy November 23 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 On Oct. 14 1962 a ballistic missile was reported at a launch site in this island nation triggering an international crisis
2 You'll find this museum the world's most visited in the First arrondissement
3 116 dBs is almost like a pneumatic chipper at your ear or what this instrument can hit (but we'll keep it down for you here)
4 A Unilever brand of this Degree comes in stick & spray forms
5 Governor Howard & pitcher Dizzy
6 A person receiving medical care loses a letter & becomes a document that grants a creator sole rights
7 In 1973 the U.N. denounced this South African social policy but its end via legislation took 2 more decades
8 Named for an orphanage's red-clad kids the Marché des Enfants Rouges is one of these in the 3rd arrondissement
9 By the numbers this humorous NHRA dragster can hit 300 mph & 140 dBs in under 4 seconds
10 In karate the rank of shodan is also known as first-degree this
11 Musician Miles & actress MacKenzie
12 Cowhide loses a letter & becomes a verb meaning to form a soapy froth
13 In 1985 6 years after an accident at this nuclear facility in Pennsylvania Unit 1 re-opened but Unit 2 was a no-go
14 Located on 2 the Île de la Cité this holy structure in the Fourth arrondissement is being restored probably until 2024
15 A New York times article was titled The First Thing We Do Let's Kill All these lawn devices that can cause tinnitus
16 On a compass 90 degrees is due this direction
17 Actresses Lana & Kathleen
18 A length of catgut on a violin loses a letter & becomes a wound from a wasp
19 Shocking Americans and beginning the Space Race when it was launched October 4 1957 it weighed about a much as Mickey Mantle
20 In the 14th you can go underground & explore this part of Paris & the 6 million or so at rest there
21 A 1976 concert by this band is noted for playing songs like Baba O'Riley at a level comparable to a chainsaw
22 It's the number of degrees in each angle of an equilateral triangle
23 Singer James & chef Alton
24 A natural gem loses a letter & becomes the sound of a bell
25 In a 1918 declarationa readjustment of the frontiers of Italy should be effected was point 9 of this many
26 The Arc de Triomphe sits on this hyphenated street in the 8th arrondissement
27 The 1883 eruption of this Indonesian volcano was heard 100 miles away in what's now Jakarta
28 In a law degree JD is short for this Latin phrase
29 Actress Esther & pianist Roger
30 Wood used for carpentry loses a letter & becomes a device to record duration
31 Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo has focused his singing in this high register range
32 In 1986 she founded one of the most successful production companies in daytime TV Harpo Productions
33 In 1841 Richard Wagner composed Der fliegende Holländer this opera in English
34 A decade before writing Their Eyes Were Watching God she was Barnard's first Black graduate
35 Seen here this legendary blues singer & guitarist from Mississippi got his byname from playing in a creek as a boy

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Latest Questions

# Questions
1 The 2007 biopic called La Mome in France meaning the Kid was released in the U.S. under this other French title
2 England's southwesternmost point is the tip of this peninsula in Cornwall
3 A weighty raptor of genus Buteo
4 Bottled sand art available for purchase in this Middle East kingdom; the city of Aqaba is famous for it
5 A standard 88-key piano has this many white keys
6 I said hey babe take this Lou Reed title add Ronnie Ross' killer sax solo at the end & you've got yourself a classic tune
7 The World's Fair held in this city in 1904 was formally called the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
8 One posh & home to famed theaters & one notoriously poor these 2 London districts are on opposite sides of the city's center
9 A see-through heirloom or beefsteak
10 Tradition says Martin Luther posted this many theses to the door of a castle church in 1517
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