Jeopardy October 25 2022 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy October 25 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 The Kattegat & Skagerrak Straits separate these 2 seas
2 A state in Australia & an African waterfall both bear her name
3 On Adventure Time the Ice King was voiced by Tom Kenny also the voice of this title guy since 1999... are ya ready kids?!
4 Nathan Nearest Green is recognized as this Tennessee brand's first master distiller & taught the man it's named for how to make it
5 Swedish chemist Carl Scheele proved that air was made of 2 gases: fire air oxygen & foul air this element
6 In this country you might ask Where's the beef? because there isn't any but there is dosa masala on a bun
7 Radius
8 Honoring Ms. Peron Ciudad Evita is a small town in this country
9 After nearly dying in a car wreck in 1961 Mel Blanc in a body cast at home voiced this guy Fred Flintstone's best pal
10 A dozen green clovers dot the logo of this NBA team
11 While working with pitchblende in 1898 the Curies discovered polonium & this other element
12 In Hawaii you can start off your day with a platter of eggs rice & this meat brand from a can
13 Moose
14 Marie Byrd Land on this continent was named for the wife of Admiral Byrd
15 Businesses next to this title Fox eatery: A Site for Sore Thighs A Small Price Toupee & Baby Got Back Problems Physical Therapy
16 We're still in love with this soulful 11-time Grammy winner
17 This other name for mercury includes the name of a different element
18 At McDonald's in Canada you'll of course find this dish of French fries covered with gravy & cheese curds
19 Curriculum
20 Located about 4 miles off the coast of Massachusetts it's one of the few U.S. place names to have an apostrophe
21 A close-up of the clenched fist of this PBS character before he punched D.W. became a giant meme of anger expression
22 After fighting for the U.S. in the American Revolution this leader of the Green Mountain Boys tried to get Canada to annex Vermont
23 In the 19th century busy chemist Jöns Jacob Berzelius discovered silicon thorium & this element symbol Se
24 At the Macca's as they call it Down Under this traditional savory spread has been offered with an English muffin
25 Focus
26 This capital of South Australia was named for the wife of Britain's King William IV
27 Going big on many levels this title guy hung out with The Masters of the Universe & holding a sword bellowed I have the power!
28 A Kentucky college town & a Manhattan park share this sporty name
29 A small amount of this element is sometimes added to table salt to make up for human deficiencies of it
30 Breakfast in Venezuela includes cheese these Spanish-named turnovers
31 Schema
32 Not even bearded yet in 1953 he led a failed revolt by storming Cuba's Moncada Barracks
33 In The Rise of Gru Pierre Coffin dug in as the voice of these title creatures
34 You'll be well over a mile high at the top of 714-foot Republic Plaza this city's tallest building
35 China's Lantern Festival honors deceased relatives & marks the end of this larger festival
36 George Orwell's essay in which a police officer in Burma shoots this large mammal is seen as a metaphor for British colonialism
37 Feline conflict at the witching hour
38 In 1680 this New Mexico capital was taken in the anti-Catholic Pueblo Revolt led by Popé; you know he insisted on that accented E
39 Like life he uh found a way to return as Dr. Ian Malcolm in Jurassic World dominion
40 Saguaro cactus & this tequila-producing desert plant both depend on the lesser long-nosed bat for pollination
41 Since the 1950s towering sculptures have been part of the annual Snow Festival at this Japanese city also known for beer
42 The title of David Foster Wallace's A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again refers to a 7-night one of these
43 Speed up the process of getting the nitroglycerine explosives
44 The -ists named for this month failed to topple a the czar in 1825 but inspired the name of a 21st century band
45 This actor was killer (among killers) as Ladybug aboard a Bullet Train in 2022
46 By 1934 the New Deal with its administrative creations like the NRA & CCC had been dubbed this food
47 The USAFF stands for the U.S. Association of these edgy festivals of which Tucson & Cincy are but a few of the participating cities
48 He criticized Harriet Beecher Stowe & Richard Wright in a book of essays called Notes of a Native Son
49 Colorfully authorize a personal or corporate location on the Internet
50 Much of Rome's grain came from this large island 300 miles away so it was a big deal when its slaves revolted in the Servile Wars
51 F9 brought this Sung Kang character back from getting blown to bits in Tokyo Drift; #justiceforhim!
52 This Italian's 1867 opera Don Carlos was written in French & in 2022 the Metropolitan Opera finally sang it that way
53 Confetti & tunes flow freely at the massive music festival named for this southwestern town of England
54 This essay by Thoreau says Under a government which imprisons any unjustly the true place for a just man is also a prison
55 Technology-averse (or even destructive) dramatist
56 Kossuth Square in Budapest is named for the man who in the 1840s led a revolt against the rule of Hungary by this Austrian family
57 In 2022 she was Everything Everywhere All at Once as Evelyn Wang
58 Only identified around 1920 this condition of uterine lining growing where it shouldn't affects as many as one woman in 10
59 Each year at a festival in Pamplona comes the religious procession honoring this saint
60 She called a 2003 book of essays The Opposite of Fate
61 A quite rude follower of King James II

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# Questions
1 An attraction on this East African island a bit smaller than Maui is the house where Freddie Mercury lived as a child
2 Teen drama with Katie Holmes & Michelle Williams:DC
3 This horse with a spotty reputation is believed to be named for a river near where the Nez Perce lived & bred the horse
4 This ancient trade route linking China & the West stretched 4000 miles from XI'an in the east to the Mediterranean Sea
5 They're the 2 major constellations with Major in their names
6 Bear Grylls takes on the elements: MvW
7 The name of this fast-flying falcon means traveling or wandering
8 Abbreviated NHS this government agency created to provide free public medical care began in 1948
9 The ECB the European Central Bank has its headquarters in this German city on the Main River
10 2 Michael J. Fox sitcoms: FT &SC
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