Jeopardy September 15 2022 answers


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# Question
1 John Sack's 1967 book M follows the soldiers of M company during this war
2 A website for this annual German event lists stats like visitors: 7.2 million & foiled mug thefts: 111000
3 It's Always ____ in Philadelphia
4 From a verb meaning to load it's the goods aboard a ship
5 The man the myth the legend he cleaned king Augeas' huge stables in a single day flushing them out by diverting rivers
6 James Oglethorpe named Jekyll Island now one of this state's Golden Isles for a financial backer of the then-colony
7 Sue Grafton's 24th Kinsey Millhone mystery novel simply has this letter as its title
8 Each year more than a million people hit the Cordão da Bola Preta (cord of the black ball) to party at the center of this city
9 ____ Kimmy Schmidt
10 That guy's gone plumb crazy & the only word for him is this one that means insane
11 Flat steam & string are types of this cleanup device used by a trademark Carol Burnett character
12 Colombia's Isla Gorgona got its name from Francisco Pizarro due to these fearsome creatures he found there
13 Lin Haire-Sargeant's novel H imaginatively fills in the blanks in this character's 3-year absence from a Bronte novel
14 Check out Loy Kathrong the festival of lights held in places like Chiang Mai & Ayutthaya in this nation
15 With Cynthia Nixon & Christine Baranski & set in the late 1800s: The ____ Age
16 Show off your riding & roping at this event from a verb meaning to go around
17 Mr. Wolf is brought in to clean up the mess that hitman Vincent Vega made of Marvin's face in this 1994 film
18 Tiny & crowded Migingo Island in this lake has been the subject of an ownership dispute between Kenya & Uganda
19 Harvard evolutionary biologist Carole Hooven's T examines this hormone that dominates & divides us
20 An article about these 2-word parties gone wrong included one dad-to-be causing $8 million in damages in a Tucson fire
21 Once hosted by Robert Stack: ____ Mysteries
22 Tortilla means little cake; this means little fleet
23 As of 2020 the bill for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill was around $70 billion most of it paid by this company
24 The remote Isle Royale just south of the U.S.-Canada border is a national park in this Great Lake
25 Z by Therese Anne Fowler is a fictionalized memoir of this Jazz Age woman called the first flapper
26 Cool party man... Ray Charles was on the bill in 1980 for this north-of-the-border city's first jazz festival
27 With William H. Macy as patriarch of the dysfunctional Gallagher family: ____
28 Spanish saber to know gave us this English word meaning shrewd or well informed
29 This fish cleans sea anemones by eating parasites & scares predators with the sound of its teeth slamming
30 In Ireland if you're on the shores of Lough Gill you can arise and go to this isle
31 Salmon P. Chase before George Washington was the first person on the face of this
32 In 1946 this project's property & personnel were transferred to to the newly created Atomic Energy Commission
33 In other words to hug
34 Some say this 2-word concept of desire & decision isn't real; experiments show people exposed to that viewpoint behave worse
35 His films included King Creole & Girls! Girls! Girls!
36 Many in the U.S. from this island celebrate May 20 as its independence day in 1902; the Communist govt. uses a different day
37 In 1897 Boston opened the first of these in America running from Park Street to Boylston Street
38 In 1996 scientists of the Rediscovery project at this Virginia site announced the finding of its long-lost fort
39 These fiery remnants can travel over a mile in the wind & start new fires
40 Antisthenes has been credited with starting this Greek sect now the -ism that says people are only out for themselves
41 This late rapper played Lucky a single father & love interest of Janet Jackson in Poetic Justice
42 In 2022 Chicago held the first Sueños Fest devoted to this Latin music-reggae mix that began in Panama
43 A 1785 scandal called the Affair of the Diamond Necklace unjustly discredited this queen; a few years later she was executed
44 T is for tagging in the TOPP project to track individual animals across the vast ocean including leatherback these
45 It's the crime of using money or property entrusted to you for your own use
46 Man is by nature a political animal wrote this ancient Greek in his Politics
47 As Breathless Mahoney in 1990's Dick Tracy she left Warren Beatty breathless on-screen & off
48 Philadelphia has the USA's second-largest community from this U.S. commonwealth & a center for its culture
49 Many of Shakespeare's history plays were based on the Lives of this ancient Greek
50 The Very Large Array is 27 230-ton antenna dishes put in different patterns to form a powerful one of these telescopes
51 This type of evidence is based on observation or experimentation
52 Kant wrote Critiques of pure & practical this the method of making logical correlations
53 The movie Sparkle marked the film debut of Jordin Sparks & the final film of this superstar who played her mom
54 Julia Alvarez explores the Yankee-ization of an event for teenage girls in Once Upon a this: Coming of Age in the USA
55 On August 20 1741 this Dane sailed into the Gulf of Alaska
56 In 2003 this international project completed its work of mapping you
57 At retirement a college professor may retain their title followed by this Latin word
58 2 basic approaches in this field are deontology (an act is inherently good or bad) & teleology (depends on the result)
59 This rocker played Jareth the Goblin King in the 1986 cult classic fantasy Labyrinth
60 Those from this S. Amer. country like conductor Gustavo Dudamel were the fastest-growing Hispanic-American group 2010-2020

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# Questions
1 Alabama 1968: This American Independent Party candidate
2 Maria Sibylla Merian advanced entomology in 1705's book this process of the Insects of Surinam which she illustrated
3 Charlie Chaplin banded together with 3 other moviemakers to found this studio in 1919
4 These brothers made their first public hot air balloon demonstration in southern France in 1783
5 It's the area where a company's top executives all have their offices
6 A scene from The Final Problem find Sherlock Holmes tussling with Moriarty on cliffs above these falls
7 Mississippi & South Carolina 1952
8 Jack Miner a pioneer of doing this to track birds began a tradition of adding Bible verses to create flying missionaries
9 Seen here Louis B. Mayer signs Clark Gable's Gone with the Wind contract with this studio Gable's home from 1931 to 1954
10 After the death of 5 brothers of this last name in WWII the U.S. instituted the sole survivor policy to prevent a repeat
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