Jeopardy October 15 2020 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy October 15 2020 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.

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1 Nonreturning boomerangs have been used by these first people of Australia for centuries to hunt dig & skin animals
2 This smallest planet is the fastest moving circling the Sun in 88 days
3 Exodus 12 tells the story of this Jewish holiday
4 It starred Hugh Bonneville as the Earl of Grantham lord of the title dwelling
5 Der Schwarzwald
6 It can mean on view like the moon or no longer visibly functioning like a light bulb
7 The bend near the middle of a boomerang is called this also a joint in the body that can bend
8 This Utah body of water is several times more saline than the oceans
9 Union leader Peter McGuire is given credit for creating this holiday in 1882
10 It co-starred RJ Mitte as Walter Jr.
11 Sumatra Rainforest
12 Something firm & immovable or to move back & forth like a cradle
13 The 1922 discovery of his tomb revealed a weapons stash including swords bows slingshots & boomerang-like throwsticks
14 To prevent Marines from landing in 1991 this country dumped millions of gallons of oil into the Persian Gulf
15 April 22 was chosen for this observance because it fell between spring break & final exams
16 Long before Tom Cruise was Ethan Hunt on the big screen Peter Graves was Mr. Phelps on this TV show
17 Fundy National Park
18 It can mean repaired or no longer working like a spayed dog
19 Ever fashion forward this DC Comics superhero wears a royal tiara that can also be weaponized as a boomerang
20 The name of these 2 states goes back to a Sioux word for friend or ally
21 Thanksgiving is followed by Black Friday Small Business Saturday & this weekday named for a certain way to shop
22 In this 2020 reboot Matthew Rhys as the title character starts out as a private eye then becomes a defense lawyer
23 Epping Forest Forest of Dean
24 Something you didn't notice or watchful supervision of a project
25 Possibly the world's oldest boomerang was found in 1987 in a 23000-year-old Polish cave & was made out of the tusk of one of these
26 The term Cold War was first used in print by this British author in his essay You and the Atomic Bomb
27 Until 1954 it was known as Armistice Day in the United States
28 Nadia Vulvokov is caught in a time loop in this acclaimed Netflix series
29 Tongass National Forest
30 It can mean an assortment of different types or one type in particular
31 Oh give me a home where the buffalo or bison roam in this national park; it has the largest number of them on public land
32 Anna Röntgen's wedding ring is visible in the first of these taken by her husband Wilhelm in 1895
33 High: founded by Ingvar Kamprad in Älmhult Sweden it's now the world's largest furniture retailer
34 To write her play Twilight Anna Deavere Smith interviewed 350 people who experienced the 1992 riots in this city
35 This group's first No. 1 hit was inspired by a note Andrew Ridgeley left his mum asking her to Wake him up up
36 These nuts originated in Australia not Hawaii
37 It's the numerical name for the large-holed vinyl single seen here
38 Galileo mistakenly concluded that these were caused by the orbit of the Earth & not the proximity of the Moon & Sun
39 Low: in the 1958 World Cup final Sweden lost on its home soil 5-2 to Pele & the rest of this country's team
40 Sarah M. Broom's New Orleans family home this kind of narrow house with a firearm name inspired her memoir The Yellow House
41 A hit by this British group says I smell like I sound I'm lost & I'm found & I'm hungry like the wolf
42 Goodbye Joe we gotta go to the bayou for this Cajun rice seafood & meat dish
43 This U.S. city has been hosting an annual international balloon fiesta for nearly 50 years
44 This naturalist's journey on the Beagle took him to barren Ascension Island; he promoted terraforming it with trees
45 High: this man born in Stockholm in 1833 established some very prestigious awards
46 Novelist Marita Golden paid homage to this woman in an essay called Zora & Me
47 This pop star who passed away in 2020 had his first No. 1 hit in 1980 with Lady written by Lionel Richie
48 This royal title is from Sanskrit words meaning great king
49 2020 marks the 100th birthday of this British lad who with his toy bear inspired his dad's famous stories
50 Thermometers in Holland got more accurate after this lad moved there in 1701 when poisonous mushrooms left him an orphan
51 Low: in a twist like one out of his Millennium mysteries some fans think this author was murdered in 2004
52 This creator of TV's Grey's Anatomy revealed how saying yes changed her life in her book Year of Yes
53 This Bon Jovi album yielded the No. 1 hits You Give Love A Bad Name & Livin' On A Prayer
54 It's another word for a bachelor's degree
55 This 11-letter French word means a variety of meats cheeses and other snacks
56 During WWII this computer scientist & code breaker converted his money into silver & buried it; he never found his buried treasure
57 High: all 3 of the Oscars Sweden won for Best Foreign Language Film were for movies directed by this man
58 In the novel Black Betty by this author P.I. Easy Rawlins is hired to find a missing woman
59 In 1999 this Matchbox Twenty frontman joined Santana for the hit song Smooth
60 This verb means to mix into a compound specifically with mercury


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1 This brother of fellow astronaut Scott became a senator from Arizona in John McCain's old spot
2 A play by French dramatist Pierre Beaumarchais served as the basis for this Rossini opera set in a Spanish city
3 In what was meant to be a limited operation in 1969 U.K. troops were sent to parts of this region as a result of Troubles
4 Brakemen would leap from car to car but this man's air brakes could stop the whole train; an 1879 improvement is one of his 300 patents
5 Music man Mark Ronson has sisters who are twins fashion designer Charlotte & her
6 In this 1791 opera Tamino is given the title musical instrument to protect him on his journey
7 This Incident resulted in the exchange of Rudolf Abel for Francis Gary Powers
8 Melville Bissell's allergies led to his carpet sweeper; now Bissell makes a model with a HEPA filter the P for this type of matter
9 A familiar TV actor he's also made indie films like The Puffy Chair with brother Mark
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