Jeopardy September 29 2021 answers

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# Question
1 (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the National Museum of African American History and Culture.) Nichelle Nichols who shared one of TV's first interracial kisses with William Shatner & who
2 The Greek god Cronus is often depicted carrying this farming implement half of a symbol for communism
3 This mouselike boy has an older brother named George & is friends with a bird named Margalo
4 A ____ can be a delicious bit of fungus but some can kill you & you don't want to see a specific cloud shaped like one
5 The CN Tower
6 Frogskin is a synonym for this other monetary slang
7 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the National Museum of African American History and Culture.) Featuring an all-Black cast songs like Ease On Down The Road & the costumes seen here this
8 At Grand Central Terminal the design motif of acorns & this tree's leaves symbolizes the Vanderbilt family's rags-to-riches rise
9 In a classic by Crockett Johnson this kid takes a walk & draws his own world with a purple crayon
10 In 1986 ____ and Old Lace returned to Broadway with Jean Stapleton & Abe Vigoda
11 The cities of Gaspé & Rivière-du-Loup
12 Bring your snips; a conservatory is another name for this place
13 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the National Museum of African American History and Culture.) You can't miss the 1973 Cadillac convertible owned by this rock pioneer who influenced so m
14 The Rod of Asclepius represents medicine & the Bowl of Hygeia his daughter represents this medicine-dispensing profession
15 The Truffula tree is on the verge of extinction in this classic by Dr. Seuss
16 Without color odor or taste ____ ____ is symbolized CO & one way to avoid it is to have your chimney cleaned & inspected annually
17 The Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk
18 This masked TV crimefighter drove a car that shot rockets from the front & put out a smokescreen from the back
19 (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the National Museum of African American History and Culture.) This costume was worn by Diana Ross in her Oscar-nominated role as jazz great Billie Holida
20 This musical symbol indicates the name & pitch of notes on that staff
21 Young Ms. Welsch is the note-taking title girl of this 1964 novel by Louise Fitzhugh
22 Used in jungles in Vietnam ____ ____is a plant-killing chemical with a section on its health risks at
23 Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort
24 An old term for a newcomer especially one unfamiliar with the manners & customs of a new place
25 (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the National Museum of African American History and Culture.) The 1943 film Stormy Weather featured some of the greatest Black entertainers of the day in
26 From Greek for 3-legged a triskeleton is a symbol of this people who arrived in Ireland during the Iron Age
27 He won Caldecott Medals for Jumanji & The Polar Express
28 Also called woolsorters' disease ____ is caused by bacteria in farm animals & in humans exposed to them
29 Casino Moose Jaw
30 Superficial or insincere activities by a business or other organization intended to show concern for the environment
31 This is pyramidal in form and its upper angle or root is connected directly with the forehead
32 Heliolatry is the worship of this
33 Of senator & former governor Willard Romney
34 The hour of departure has arrived says this man's Apology as recorded by Plato
35 A caldarium was a hot room section of one of these attractions
36 Jurnee Smollett was fantabulous as Black Canary in Birds of Prey: and the fantabulous emancipation of one this lead character
37 This is the largest part of the hindbrain. It lies behind the pons and medulla oblongata
38 Derived from French it's a type of suitcase or a blended word like smog or brunch
39 Of sisters Hannah & Mary Fanning (2 names please)
40 My friends I want to talk for a few minutes with the people of the United States began the first of these talks in 1933
41 A slave who had been trained to be one of these was a paedagogus related to an English word that ends -ogue
42 In this 2019 film Park Myeong-hoon played Geun-se who hid in a basement; that didn't pan out for Geun-se
43 It is the main trunk of a series of vessels which convey the oxygenated blood to the tissues of the body
44 Some may remember it as a brand of TV; the dictionary defines it as the highest point or apex
45 Of the sixth U.S. president
46 In Paris in 1794 he said The basis of popular government in time of revolution is both virtue and terror
47 An occulus is a circular opening at the apex of a dome like the one in the roof of this ancient building
48 This comedian won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar as a therapist to Will Hunting who says I don't need therapy
49 This is composed of four bones: the two hip bones laterally and in front and the sacrum and coccyx behind
50 German for time spirit it's the general mood or feeling of a certain time or era
51 Of the composer of the 1720s St. John Passion
52 Addressing troops Queen Elizabeth I said she was a weak & feeble woman but had the heart & this body part of a king
53 An auspex read omens from watching the movements of these animals from which the word auspex partly derives
54 Unafraid to be in a superhero movie or 2 he lent his voice--but not his trademark swearing--to The Incredibles as Frozone
55 These organs being situated at the back of the abdominal cavity and deeply placed cannot be palpated
56 Going back to the Latin for small worm it's a bright scarlet color
57 Of Kobe Bryant; it's a shortening of his father's nickname
58 I will fight no more forever declared this leader in Montana Territory in 1877
59 Later a word for a record player needle it was once a metal tool used to scratch words onto wax-covered tablets
60 You can bet that NBA legend Kevin Garnett played himself in this 2019 film about a jewelry store owner


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