Jeopardy September 21 2021 answers

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# Question
1 An H. Rider Haggard novel from 1885 saw Allan Quatermain looking for this king's mines
2 Driver wedge putter
3 In 1937 this future U.S. commander in chief made his film debut in Love is on the Air
4 The Florida worm lizard has no ear openings or visible eyes but somehow preys on these wood-eating insects also called white ants
5 A Spanish idiom for Don't worry about it literally nothing happens is no pasa this word
6 The U.S. loves ventriloquists! 3 have won this NBC competition show with Simon Cowell as a judge
7 Anthony Bourdain wrote a 2001 book about this New York woman who was very infectious in the kitchen in the early 1900s
8 The bucket bad habits a football
9 His assassination sparked a war to end all wars
10 Sounding like an ornamental edging it's the membrane that an Australian lizard raises to appear larger when threatened
11 Lionel Richie sang of celebrations in many languages: We're going to party karamu this Spanish word
12 Shari Lewis had her own children's show featuring this sheepish puppet
13 In Gub Gub's Book by the creator of Dr. Dolittle this type of animal tells of truffles & more
14 A violin a marionette a tennis racket
15 One of the greatest songs he's written is Send In The Clowns from A Little Night Music
16 The name of this lizard known for its ability to climb vertical surfaces is from a Malay word imitating the sound it makes
17 This fish in the tuna family is also a masculine adjective for pretty in Spanish
18 Before winning an Oscar for playing an imprisoned serial killer he partnered up with a spooky dummy in Magic
19 War & Peace opens in this year 7 years before a fateful invasion
20 Birds angels the stage in a theater
21 Born with an artistic heritage she's found beauty in designing jewelry & creating a signature perfume
22 The 5-lined this 5-letter lizard is also known as the blue-tailed type
23 Stand down Sir Francis Drake; Spanish-speaking countries such as Argentina use this to mean their navy
24 Bubba J & the cranky Walter are 2 of the dummies featured in this comedian's act
25 Outside the Ansonia Connecticut Public Library a memorial fountain & horse trough honors this Black Beauty author
26 Cuban banh mi po' boy
27 In 2020 the job of White House Chief of Staff changed M&Ms from this man to Mark Meadows
28 The world's biggest lizards Komodo dragons are native only to Komodo Island & the Sunda Islands of this country
29 In Spanish it's not someone taking the law into his own hands it's just a watchman like a night watchman
30 Edgar Bergen's most famous dummy this character was based on a newsboy but classed up with a monocle & top hat
31 Term for the worldwide economic crisis that lasted throughout the 1930s
32 This actress-singer was 13 when the soundtrack for Hannah Montana hit No. 1
33 A signal fire perhaps on a Boston hill
34 This leader of the Norse gods stole a potion containing the art of poetry from Suttung the giant & gave it to human wordsmiths
35 As its name suggests this 1900-foot-deep lake sits atop an Oregon volcano
36 The tyramine in fermented products like aged cheese or beer may cause these headaches derived from the word hemicrania
37 Here's a portrait of this empress of Russia who did not go by her original name of Sophie
38 This 17-year-old singer was appearing on The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet when he released his album Ricky
39 An uncivilized person particularly one from outside the Roman Empire
40 Saraswati Hindu goddess of learning & the arts is considered the inventor of this language
41 In honor of a first lady with a famous nickname Town Lake in Austin Texas got this new 2-word name in 2007
42 A serious allergic reaction to this legume can be caused by its Ara h 1 2 & 3 proteins
43 A great & prolific builder this pharaoh dedicated one of his temples at Abu Simbel to his favorite queen Nefertari
44 This military-sounding rapper had a 2007 hit at age 17 with Crank That
45 Guinea is a small species of this primate
46 Amulius wanted Mars' sons Romulus & Remus drowned in this river but turns out Rome wasn't gonna found itself
47 Secluded inlets called coves are poplular for fishing in Midwestern lakes like Missouri's Lake of these mountains
48 If your doctor tells you to avoid this citrus fruit with your medications the furanocoumarins are the problem
49 During the period in the Catholic church called the Great this there were 2 & even 3 rival popes at the same time
50 Seen here she took the country music world by storm as a teenager in the 1990s
51 Many over-40 folks wear these to compensate for presbyopia
52 Appearing as a swan to Leda Zeus became a dad to at least one of these twins the Dioscuri; obviously that's complicated
53 A Seminole reservation & the communities of Belle Glade & Pahokee are found around the shores of this lake
54 If mango skin makes your lips tingle it's a reaction related to the rashes you might get from touching this toxic vine
55 After the death of his wife Julia this member of the First Triumvirate turned against his father-in-law Julius Caesar
56 In 1987 a month after her 16th birthday this single-named singer topped the charts with I Think We're Alone Now
57 A blessing from the Sermon on the Mount
58 Quetzalcoatl was worshiped at Tula also called Tollan by this people from whom the Aztecs claimed descent
59 Home to a wildlife refuge this saline sea in the Colorado Desert is California's largest lake in surface area
60 Leafy greens are rich in this vitamin needed to synthesize clotting factors; blood thinners may counteract its activity


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# Questions
1 A 1953 article by this pair says The specific pairing we have postulated… suggests a… copying mechanism for the genetic material
2 Mean & unfeeling like Hannah the vamp of Savannah
3 This Boy Scouts founder said The Scouts' motto is founded on my initials it is: Be Prepared
4 Who exactly Norman was is lost to history but Norman's Woe is the reef made famous in the poem The Wreck of this ship
5 Self-Portrait with Striped Shirt is by this Viennese modernist who died aged just 28 in 1918
6 Charles Barkley's jersey was retired in this NBA city & state capital
7 Ukraine's longest river it bisects the country before emptying into the Black Sea
8 Ibsen spent 27 years away from Norway in this type of exile
9 When it comes to tidying up she says if an item sparks joy keep it if not dispose of it
10 Ambrose Philips' sentimental poems inspired a fellow writer to coin this rhyming insult word using the Amb in Ambrose is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc