Jeopardy September 19 2020 answers

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# Question
1 Mia Hamm scored 158 international goals in this sport & her charitable foundation is still scoring
2 Babar the King by Jean de Brunhoff
3 This pair of antonyms is used when using a coin to make a decision
4 In 2010 the Air Force Research Lab built one of the world's fastest computers using more than 1700 of these Sony game systems
5 This phrase for someone who gives unsolicited advice sounds like a person who is instructing his chauffeur
6 Classes at Columbia University's school of this include sports reporting & magazine writing
7 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the Smithsonian Nat'l Museum of African American History & Culture.) The Game Changers Hall bears the name of this Chicago legend who donated $5 million
8 Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo
9 From the Latin for draw together it's the opposite of expand
10 This nail-filing powder is traditionally crushed corundum whether or not it's on a board
11 Armchair this military official is a publication using hindsight to replay famous battles
12 Term for the ideas theories and methods named for the man seen here
13 This No. 24 driver is taking the fight to childhood cancer not only in the U.S. but in Rwanda
14 Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes
15 Like a certain walk in baseball something not accidental is this
16 This man whose first name means brave lion designed a lion automaton in the 16th century
17 Not Monday but this morning quarterback challenges the decision making in college football games
18 Britannica says this both reached its peak & began its decline during a series of televised hearings in 1954
19 All the kids in the first graduating class of this retired tennis great's charter school in Vegas got into college
20 Misty of Chincoteague by Marguerite Henry
21 This pair of antonyms refers to a style of angling that helps conserve the local fauna
22 In 1932 Brazil's Olympic team had to sell bags of this crop while sailing to Los Angeles in order to pay for the trip
23 This 6-letter word means to comment as a spectator such as when watching a card game
24 From a Greek word for pleasure it's the belief that pleasure is the highest good
25 Muhammad Ali opened a youth center that teaches confidence & respect in this hometown of his
26 The Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
27 Heterodox meaning having unusual or minority views has this antonym that ends with the same 4 letters
28 HBO's John Adams depicted an actual administration of this sticky 2-part punishment
29 In New York City the Gray Panthers organization's mission statement is activism and advocacy against this
30 This Michigan industrial city bears the name of a river named for a fire stone
31 Tobey Maguire: With great power comes great responsibility. This is my gift. My curse. Who am I? I'm...
32 This apostle was not present when Jesus first reappeared after the crucifixion so he had his doubts
33 Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog was inspired by this notorious Whitechapel prowler
34 Unlike Hägar's the first complete Viking helmet ever found lacks these largely an invention of a 19th century Wagner opera designer
35 It's a compound of the element with symbol Te; it's also a Colorado ski town
36 Morgan Freeman: I hope to see my friend & shake his hand. I hope the Pacific is as blue as it has been in my dreams. I hope
37 Matthias beat out Barsabas in a lottery to replace this apostle who was not a good team player
38 The Semitic word abaq meaning sand gave us this word for a device that did arithmetic much faster than a sand table
39 The first chapter of his 1910 work Burning Daylight mentions roulette the Klondike & a sack of gold dust
40 In 2000 the U.S. & Iceland each issued a coin to honor the 1000 A.D. discovery of the New World by this man
41 U oughta know that this city in Saskatchewan got its name from ore deposits of a radioactive element
42 Guy Pearce: Now where was I?
43 This man wasn't one of the 12 but he has The Apostle for his epithet & much of the Acts of the Apostles is about him
44 A delphinestrian is someone who rides this sea creature
45 From 1982 to 1985 he rushed for over 4000 yards in college before signing a baseball contract with Kansas City
46 Norse games of myth included hnutukast taking these from the carcass after a meal & throwing them at each other with intent to injure
47 This alliterative Maryland place is named for the color of the mica flakes found in the local water
48 Barnard Hughes: One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach: all the damn vampires
49 There were 2 Apostles with this name so we use the Greater & the Less to tell them apart
50 Originally a sci-fi term for a trainee astronaut this 2-word term now describes someone not in touch with reality
51 This name given to the northeast coast of North America by the Norsemen reflected the plants they found growing there
52 An area of Lebanon County in this state is called Anthracite
53 Patricia Arquette: Except maybe I wouldn't have named our son Elvis
54 As depicted here Jesus told Peter and this brother another fisherman Follow me and I will make you fishers of men
55 The sensation of being creeped out by robots that look close to but not exactly human is called the uncanny this
56 The longest known inscriptions in this Viking alphabet is on the Rökstenen seen here


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# Questions
1 These 2 rivers share the names of countries end with the same 4 letters & both join up with the Parana River
2 Foremost of the Muses she was said to be mother to Orpheus
3 This American found variable stars in the Andromeda Nebula helping him figure its distance from Earth & getting it renamed a galaxy
4 Modern chess notation doesn't use king's bishop 4 & such; all the squares are numbered from a1 to this
5 A 2018 book goes Inside the Mind of this right-wing political daughter the runner-up for French president in 2017 & 2022
6 Master improviser Walter Theodore Rollins
7 Born almost with the century in 1800 he was executed in 1859 on charges including treason against Virginia though he wasn't a Virginian
8 Tolkien wrote that these were for the Elven-kings under the sky
9 The incorporation of quantum theory in the 1913 atomic model of this Dane was groundbreaking
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