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GETTING POSSESSIVE
2000-07-19
'In Exodus, this was thrown down before Pharaoh at Moses' instruction'
500
Aaron\'s rod (turned into a snake)
Jeopardy!
3,673
FLAGS OF THE WORLD
2000-07-19
'This Mediterranean country whose flag is seen here is "The Word"'
500
Greece
Jeopardy!
3,673
ARCHITECTS
2000-07-19
'Louis Skidmore designed the secret atomic site that became this Tennessee town'
500
Oak Ridge
Jeopardy!
3,673
1994 FILMS
2000-07-19
'In this film Martin Scorsese says the TV audience wants "To watch the money"'
800
Quiz Show
Jeopardy!
3,673
THE EYES HAVE IT
2000-07-19
'People say these are what you need to make it in Hollywood'
500
Contacts
Jeopardy!
3,673
ALASKA
2000-07-19
'4 different species of bears live in Alaska: Kodiak, grizzly, black & this'
200
Polar bears
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMEN
2000-07-19
'Nike's stock fell when this basketball player announced his retirement in January 1999'
200
Michael Jordan
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
DRAMA QUEENS
2000-07-19
'In Euripides' play about this famed beauty, it's her double who goes to Troy'
200
Helen
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
ANGELS
2000-07-19
'In 1996 John Travolta spread his wings as this archangel'
200
Michael
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
IN EXILE
2000-07-19
'Porfirio Diaz seized power in this country in 1876, ruled for 35 years, fled in 1911 & died in exile'
200
Mexico
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
THE "I"s HAVE IT
2000-07-19
'This term for a fluid can also mean "to sign" as a contract'
200
Ink
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
ALASKA
2000-07-19
'Tony Knowles is pulling in $81,648 per annum in this job'
400
Governor
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMEN
2000-07-19
'Ronaldo Luiz Nazario de Lima began playing this sport for Brazil's national team at age 17'
400
Soccer
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
DRAMA QUEENS
2000-07-19
'In a Shaw play, Caesar finds her hiding on a Sphinx'
400
Cleopatra
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
ANGELS
2000-07-19
'In Book III of "Paradise Lost", the angels play these, which are "golden" & "ever-tuned"'
400
harps
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
IN EXILE
2000-07-19
'In 1462 this printer known for movable type had to move out of Mainz'
400
Johannes Gutenberg
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
THE "I"s HAVE IT
2000-07-19
'Style of the 1877 painting seen here'
400
Impressionism
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
ALASKA
2000-07-19
'This second-largest Alaskan city wasn't named for an actor'
600
Fairbanks
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMEN
2000-07-19
'Vladimir Samsonov is touted as Europe's only hope against China in this game'
600
Ping-pong
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
DRAMA QUEENS
2000-07-19
'A 1952 play covered the young life of this queen, like a 1998 Cate Blanchett film'
600
Elizabeth I
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
ANGELS
2000-07-19
'ABBA sang about these & Curtis Lee sang about "Pretty Little" these'
600
Angel Eyes
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
IN EXILE
2000-07-19
'Exiled for manslaughter, Eric the Red was forced to leave this country around 981'
600
Iceland
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
THE "I"s HAVE IT
2000-07-19
'Arabic for "son of", it comes before names like Saud'
600
Ibn
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
ALASKA
2000-07-19
'One of the 3 mottos that have been featured on regular Alaskan license plates'
800
"The Last Frontier", "The Great Land", or "North to the Future"
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMEN
2000-07-19
'The Times of London estimates this chess player is taking home $20 mil. a year; that's some check, mate!'
800
Garry Kasparov
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
DRAMA QUEENS
2000-07-19
'In 1935 & '36 Helen Hayes reigned for 517 Broadway performances as this queen who reigned for 63 years'
1,500
Victoria
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
ANGELS
2000-07-19
'Group whose feast day is October 2, or a group founded in 1979 by Curtis Sliwa'
800
Guardian Angels
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
IN EXILE
2000-07-19
'David Ben-Gurion went to the U.S. in 1915 when this empire exiled Zionists from Palestine'
800
Ottoman Empire
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
THE "I"s HAVE IT
2000-07-19
'From the Latin for "to overhang", it means "likely to happen at any moment"'
800
Imminent
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
ALASKA
2000-07-19
'The mainland peninsula closest to Russia is named for this man'
1,000
William Seward
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMEN
2000-07-19
'New Zealand-born Jonah Lamu is tops on the pitch of this sport'
1,000
Rugby
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
DRAMA QUEENS
2000-07-19
'The queen in Marlowe's "Edward II" is named this, like a famous queen of Spain'
1,000
Isabella
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
ANGELS
2000-07-19
'With an appropriate-sounding name, John Dye plays the angel of this on "Touched By An Angel"'
1,000
Angel of Death
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
IN EXILE
2000-07-19
'Moshoeshoe II was exiled twice before regaining this southern African country's throne in 1995'
1,000
Lesotho
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
THE "I"s HAVE IT
2000-07-19
'Some scientists believe that the universe is undergoing expansion called this, also an economic term'
1,000
Inflation
Double Jeopardy!
3,673
THE MAP OF EUROPE
2000-07-19
'Bordering Italy, Austria, Hungary & Croatia, it's one of the world's newest independent countries'
-1
Slovenia
Final Jeopardy!
3,673
THE CIVIL WAR
2006-02-06
'His first act after being sworn in as president of the Confederacy was to send a peace commission to Washington, D.C.'
200
Jefferson Davis
Jeopardy!
4,931
CELEBS
2006-02-06
'On Sept. 14, 2005 she gave birth to Sean Preston Federline'
200
Britney Spears
Jeopardy!
4,931
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
2006-02-06
'Yeah, baby! Meaning "magnificent", this Texas-sounding name comes with certain "Powers"'
200
Austin
Jeopardy!
4,931
EMOTICONS
2006-02-06
';-)<br />Ocular act that sends a signal'
200
winking
Jeopardy!
4,931
FLAG 'EM DOWN
2006-02-06
'The Alamo is located in this city & is depicted on its flag'
200
San Antonio
Jeopardy!
4,931
"TEEN" SCENE
2006-02-06
'Numerically speaking, read up on "Fun Stuff", "Fashion", "Health" & "Stars" at this magazine.com'
200
seventeen.com
Jeopardy!
4,931
THE CIVIL WAR
2006-02-06
'Tired of eating mule jerky, Vicksburg fell in July 1863 after a 6-week one of these military tactics'
400
a siege
Jeopardy!
4,931
CELEBS
2006-02-06
'The TV show "Everybody Hates Chris" is based on the childhood of this comic'
400
Chris Rock
Jeopardy!
4,931
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
2006-02-06
'This name shared by great & terrible rulers is a Russian variation of John'
400
Ivan
Jeopardy!
4,931
EMOTICONS
2006-02-06
':-$<br />It's where this emoticon tells you to "put your money"'
400
where your mouth is
Jeopardy!
4,931
FLAG 'EM DOWN
2006-02-06
'This descriptive nickname of the U.S. flag was coined by Francis Scott Key'
400
the Star-Spangled Banner
Jeopardy!
4,931
"TEEN" SCENE
2006-02-06
'If you're triskaidekaphobic, you're afraid of this number, & not just on a Friday'
400
thirteen
Jeopardy!
4,931
THE CIVIL WAR
2006-02-06
'Robert E. Lee saved this capital from capture with his June 1862 attack on McClellan's forces'
600
Richmond
Jeopardy!
4,931
CELEBS
2006-02-06
'He auditioned for & won the part of Ron Weasley with a rap that he wrote'
600
Rupert Grint
Jeopardy!
4,931
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
2006-02-06
'This feminine form of Rex is from the Latin for "queen"'
600
Regina
Jeopardy!
4,931
EMOTICONS
2006-02-06
':-*<br />Gene Simmons might accept one of these from any pretty woman'
600
a kiss
Jeopardy!
4,931
FLAG 'EM DOWN
2006-02-06
'The 2 colors found on all 3 national flags of the U.S., Mexico & Canada'
600
red & white
Jeopardy!
4,931
"TEEN" SCENE
2006-02-06
'A holder for liquid, or a military base's general store'
600
a canteen
Jeopardy!
4,931
THE CIVIL WAR
2006-02-06
'In Feb. 2005 a reenactment was staged for this 140th anniversary of this fort's reoccupation by Union troops'
800
Fort Sumter
Jeopardy!
4,931
CELEBS
2006-02-06
'Her 18th birthday party was "A Cinderella Story" with 300 guests & red velvet cake'
800
Hilary Duff
Jeopardy!
4,931
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
2006-02-06
'This Welsh form of Margaret was among the USA's top 10 girls' names of the 1990s'
1,200
Megan
Jeopardy!
4,931
EMOTICONS
2006-02-06
'=|:-)=<br />This is an extension of the initials U.S.'
800
Uncle Sam
Jeopardy!
4,931
FLAG 'EM DOWN
2006-02-06
'The <a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2006-02-06_J_29.jpg" target="_blank">flag</a> of this U.S. possession is almost the same as the flag of Cuba'
800
Puerto Rico
Jeopardy!
4,931
"TEEN" SCENE
2006-02-06
'Golfing "hole" with a bar (where you can't go), or the amendment granting women's suffrage'
800
19th
Jeopardy!
4,931
THE CIVIL WAR
2006-02-06
'On Sept. 2, 1864 this general sent a wire saying, "Atlanta is ours, and fairly won"'
1,000
Sherman
Jeopardy!
4,931
CELEBS
2006-02-06
'"You Stand Watching" this "Shine On" singer'
1,000
Ryan Cabrera
Jeopardy!
4,931
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
2006-02-06
'Previously attached to Theo- & Isa-, it became popular by itself after appearing in "David Copperfield"'
1,000
Dora
Jeopardy!
4,931
EMOTICONS
2006-02-06
':-b..<br />Doing this means either you're hungry or you're a pig'
1,000
drooling
Jeopardy!
4,931
FLAG 'EM DOWN
2006-02-06
'The first 50-star U.S. flag was officially raised on July 4 of this year'
1,000
1960
Jeopardy!
4,931
"TEEN" SCENE
2006-02-06
'Number of lines in Shakespeare's poem that starts "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?"'
1,000
14
Jeopardy!
4,931
NOT A CURRENT NATIONAL CAPITAL
2006-02-06
'Ljubljana,<br />Bratislava,<br />Barcelona'
400
Barcelona
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
U.S. WINTER OLYMPIANS
2006-02-06
'Mike Eruzione of Winthrop, Mass. was captain of the miraculous 1980 Olympic team in this sport'
400
hockey
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
SCIENCE
2006-02-06
'At sea level at 70 degrees this travels 1,129 feet per second; it speeds up over 1 foot per sec. for each rising degree'
400
sound
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
WORDS OF THE WRITER
2006-02-06
'"I beheld the wretch--the miserable monster whom I had created"'
400
Mary Shelley
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
AT THE MALL
2006-02-06
'Found "just what I needed" at this "City", an electronics store'
400
Circuit City
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
FROM THE GREEK
2006-02-06
'The name of this color comes from the Greek word porphyra'
400
purple
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
NOT A CURRENT NATIONAL CAPITAL
2006-02-06
'Istanbul,<br />Ottawa,<br />Amman'
800
Istanbul
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
U.S. WINTER OLYMPIANS
2006-02-06
'(<a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2006-02-06_DJ_23.jpg" target="_blank">Jimmy of the Clue Crew puts some lines on the ice in the Olympic Oval rink at Park City, UT.</a>) In 1998, <a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2006-02-06_DJ_23a.jpg" target="_blank">this U.S. skater</a> was 2nd at Nagano; in 2002, she was 3rd here in Utah'
800
Michelle Kwan
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
SCIENCE
2006-02-06
'The largest tree, the General Sherman in California, is this type, also called a Sierra Redwood'
800
a sequoia
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
WORDS OF THE WRITER
2006-02-06
'"Take thy beak from out my heart, and take thy form from off my door!"'
800
Edgar Allan Poe
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
AT THE MALL
2006-02-06
'SKX is the stock symbol for this manufacturer of sporty shoes'
800
Skechers
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
FROM THE GREEK
2006-02-06
'A bowl-shaped depression, as from the impact of a meteorite, it's from the Greek for "mixing bowl"'
1,000
crater
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
NOT A CURRENT NATIONAL CAPITAL
2006-02-06
'Sofia,<br />Sarajevo,<br />Saigon'
1,200
Saigon
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
U.S. WINTER OLYMPIANS
2006-02-06
'Life has its ups & downs for Travis Mayer, a 2002 medalist in the event named for these little hills on the slopes'
1,200
moguls
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
SCIENCE
2006-02-06
'(<a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2006-02-06_DJ_13.jpg" target="_blank">Sarah of the Clue Crew reads from the pole vault at Duke University's track in Durham, NC.</a>) In bending an elastic solid, stress is the force causing deformation & this is the 6-letter term for <a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2006-02-06_DJ_13a.jpg" target="_blank">the deformation</a>'
1,200
strain
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
WORDS OF THE WRITER
2006-02-06
'"'Do all lawyers defend n-negroes, Atticus?' 'Of course they do, Scout'"'
1,500
Harper Lee
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
AT THE MALL
2006-02-06
'This "Urban" store is the parent company of Anthropologie'
1,200
Urban Outfitters
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
FROM THE GREEK
2006-02-06
'From the Greek for "false name", it's a fictitious name used by an author'
1,200
a pseudonym
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
NOT A CURRENT NATIONAL CAPITAL
2006-02-06
'Bucharest,<br />Bonn,<br />Bern'
1,600
Bonn
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
U.S. WINTER OLYMPIANS
2006-02-06
'In 2002 Vonetta Flowers & Jill Bakken won gold in the 2-woman version of this high-speed sport'
1,600
the bobsled
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
SCIENCE
2006-02-06
'6 elements once known as inert gases are now known by this aristocratic name'
1,600
noble gases
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
WORDS OF THE WRITER
2006-02-06
'"For never man had a more faithful, loving, sincere servant, than Friday was to me"'
1,600
Daniel Defoe
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
AT THE MALL
2006-02-06
'This bookstore chain is named for its "edgy" founders, brothers Tom & Louis'
1,600
Borders
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
FROM THE GREEK
2006-02-06
'(<a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2006-02-06_DJ_04.jpg" target="_blank">Jon of the Clue Crew paddles his kayak.</a>) Kayak is an example of this type of reversible word from the Greek for "running back again"'
1,600
a palindrome
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
NOT A CURRENT NATIONAL CAPITAL
2006-02-06
'Belize City,<br />Guatemala City,<br />Panama City'
2,000
Belize City
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
U.S. WINTER OLYMPIANS
2006-02-06
'His "Bode" of work includes 2 Alpine skiing silver medals in 2002'
2,000
Bode Miller
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
SCIENCE
2006-02-06
'(<a href="http://www.j-archive.com/media/2006-02-06_DJ_15.wmv">A honey-colored retriever named Max tries to lick Cheryl of the Clue Crew as she pets him at NC State University in Raleigh, NC.</a>) Veterinarians refer to this area of an animal's body as the posterior or this region, from the Latin for "the tail"'
2,000
the caudal region
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
WORDS OF THE WRITER
2006-02-06
'"'...Why look'st thou so?'--'With my crossbow I shot the albatross'"'
2,000
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
AT THE MALL
2006-02-06
'The name of this clothing store for teens is French for "airmail"'
2,000
A茅ropostale
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
FROM THE GREEK
2006-02-06
'It's an outline of the contents of a course or curriculum'
2,000
a syllabus
Double Jeopardy!
4,931
FAMOUS SHIPS
2006-02-06
'On December 27, 1831 it departed Plymouth, England to map the coastline of South America'
-1
the HMS Beagle
Final Jeopardy!
4,931
OLD FOLKS IN THEIR 30s
2009-05-08
'goop.com is a lifestyles website from this Oscar-winning actress; the g & p represent her initials'
200
Gwyneth Paltrow
Jeopardy!
5,690
MOVIES & TV
2009-05-08
'On March 19, 2009 he said, "I'm excited and honored to introduce my first guest... Barack Obama"'
200
Jay Leno
Jeopardy!
5,690
A STATE OF COLLEGE-NESS
2009-05-08
'Baylor,<br />Stephen F. Austin,<br />Rice'
200
Texas
Jeopardy!
5,690