Jeopardy September 30 2021 answers


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# Question
1 Here's a little song I wrote you might want to sing it note for note
2 Things to do in this city include seeing its mint that opened in 1906 & taking in a game at Coors Field
3 Via a webcam in the north of Scotland keep an eye out for this legendary creature in its watery abode
4 To solemnly pledge to undertake an action
5 Unknown to science until 2007 the Lesula monkey was discovered in this Democratic Republic of Central Africa
6 There are 3 of the same vowel in this term for the exclusive control of a product or service by one business or group
7 It's the thrill of the fight rising up to the challenge of our rival
8 This state is the nation's least populous at just under 600000
9 In 2017 more than 14 million people tuned in live on the day that April one of these creatures gave birth
10 To deplete something's energy or weaken it gradually
11 The bellow of this Western Hemisphere dweller is described as deafening so we're seeing the monkey not hearing it
12 Under this liability a shareholder cannot lose more money than they've invested in a company
13 You know I feel so dirty when they start talking cute I wanna tell her that I love her but the point is probably moot
14 Oh for an ocean breeze! In August 2020 the average high in this southwestern capital city was 111 degrees Fahrenheit
15 In 2019 a webcam captured the fire that collapsed this 850-year-old cathedral's spire & roof
16 To clear a pool table by hitting all the balls in the pockets in a row
17 Like a group of Girl or Boy Scouts a group of monkeys is known as this & can have as many as 800 members
18 This type of account book listing debts & credits dates back at least to the Renaissance as shown here
19 There's a choice we're making we're saving our own lives it's true we'll make a better day just you and me
20 This large national memorial that's about 25 miles southwest of Rapid City South Dakota was named for a New York lawyer
21 In 2021 this hot spot on Sicily put on quite a show for viewers of its webcam
22 To tell an insignificant or childish lie
23 Spider monkeys are susceptible to this Anopheles mosquito-borne disease & are used in lab studies to combat it
24 From the Latin for untouchable it's a term for assets such as patents logos or customer love
25 Did you ever know that you're my hero? & everything I would like to be I can fly higher than an eagle for you are the...
26 Not to be confused with the Boston area's Mass Ave Mass Street is a center of University of Kansas life in this city
27 Look out for sharks on an underwater cam 34 miles off the coast of this state's Cape Fear
28 To add additional unjustified expenses to an account
29 This shy & reclusive monkey seen here lives in equatorial rain forest & is known for its colorful face
30 The 2017 tax bill changed things for these businesses so-named because their revenue goes right to the tax returns of owners
31 The early Renoir seen here is titled this type of space in the Woods
32 Though this MasterChef judge was brought up in Stratford-upon-Avon his language isn't exactly Shakespearean
33 With a 72-year reign over France from 1643 to 1715 he's the longest-ruling king in European history
34 How sweet! In 1919 Max Planck & this other German physicist nominated each other for Nobel prizes
35 Inspired by the author's hometown of Monroeville Maycomb Alabama is the setting for this 1960 classic
36 Harmony the opposite of discord
37 As it reaches into the sky it makes sense for the highest peak in Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains to be named for this object
38 After taking things One Day at a Time in the '80s she started doing her Home Cooking on the Food Network
39 Seen here is a tsunami map of the great earthquake of this European capital that took place in 1755
40 Pearl Buck W.H. Auden & C.S. Lewis all nominated this North of Boston poet for Literature but he never won
41 14-year-old Lily finds her way to Tiburon S.C. & the Boatwright sisters in Sue Monk Kidd's The Secret Life of these
42 A hanging sculpture moved by air currents
43 Bunratty Castle the most complete one in Ireland is one of the many attractions of this county
44 Because of Pillsbury this competition show from across the pond has a slightly different title for U.S. viewing
45 After the second of these wars between Carthage & Rome Spain was divided into provinces called Hispania Ulterior & Citerior
46 In 1962 JFK nominated this first lady from an earlier administration for the Nobel Peace Prize
47 Colson Whitehead's novel about these Boys is based on abuse & worse at a real reform school in the Jim Crow Era
48 A flat-topped landform wider than a butte
49 Artists often depicted this muse of history keeping her records
50 In 2021 this actor went Searching for Italy on CNN enjoying family kitchens & some amazing scenery
51 In 2011 Czechs observed a period of mourning after the death of this president poet & playwright
52 It might ring a bell that 33 people nominated this Russian for the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1901; he won it in 1904
53 Set in rural Georgia this novel told in the form of letters won the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
54 A luminous event in the upper atmosphere
55 It's basically a cherry pie with a fancy French name
56 Mariska Hargitay & Michelle Obama have been guests on Ina Garten's show called this also an Ava Gardner title role
57 A famous one of these 4-letter groups assembled at Worms in 1521
58 When Luigi Pirandello won in 1934 he was nominated by this countryman a 1909 winner for physics
59 Originally in a Savannah cemetery a mysterious statue called Bird Girl appears on the cover of this John Berendt bestseller
60 A dessert of biscuit or ladyfinger with cream filling

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1 Erasmus referred to Thomas More as omnium horarum homo this play title
2 Before lending his voice to many Pixar projects this New Englander did one of the few actual Boston accents on Cheers
3 HD 209458b was the first planet discovered via this eclipse-like event where planets cross in front of stars
4 Tralfamadorians & (God bless you) Eliot Rosewater
5 White offers to let black capture a queenside pawn in this royal-sounding chess opening shown here
6 Early in the Arab Spring this country's Jasmine Revolution was named for the country's national flower
7 This 1950s TV show had 4 women each with a tale of woe competing for the temporary royal title
8 She got the feel of her Brooklyn accent in The Wolf of Wall Street by waving her nails around as if they were still wet from a manicure
9 In 1675 he discovered a division within Saturn's rings which he declared to be made up of little moonlets
10 Charles Lindbergh & Sophie Portnoy a good smother... I mean a good mother!
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