Season 38 Final Jeopardy! Round clues (61 clues archived)

#8526, aired 2021-12-06AESTHETIC MOVEMENTS: This turn-of-the-century movement was alternately known around the world as Nieuwe Kunst & Modernista Art Nouveau
#8525, aired 2021-12-03ORGANIZATIONS: In the U.S. & its territories, this nonprofit whose roots trace to 1980 fulfills a word in its name every 34 minutes the Make-A-Wish Foundation
#8524, aired 2021-12-02JOURNALISTS IN HISTORY: Bismarck Tribune correspondent Mark Kellogg died June 25, 1876 while on a field assignment covering this man (General George) Custer
#8523, aired 2021-12-01PLANNED CITIES: A recent immigrant, Lady Denman, wife of the governor-general, announced the name of this new national capital at a 1913 ceremony Canberra, Australia
#8522, aired 2021-11-30INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP: The organization these International was founded in 1956; they’re Partnerstädte in Germany & villes jumelées in France Sister Cities
#8521, aired 2021-11-2919th CENTURY LITERATURE: Its first line says, "The good people of Paris were awakened by a grand peal from all the bells in the three districts of the city" The Hunchback of Notre Dame
#8520, aired 2021-11-26FICTIONAL LANGUAGES: Lapine is the name of the language created for this 1972 book beloved by children Watership Down
#8519, aired 2021-11-25FAMOUS DO'S & DON'TS: In 1964 Berkeley alum Jack Weinberg, age 24, told a San Francisco chronicle reporter this now-famous "Don't" "Don't trust anyone over 30"
#8518, aired 2021-11-24AWARDS & HONORS: First awarded in 1731 to electricity pioneer Stephen Gray, the Copley Medal is awarded annually by this organization the Royal Society
#8517, aired 2021-11-23WORLD CAPITALS: An annual event called Winterlude includes skating on the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO world heritage site in this city Ottawa, Canada
#8516, aired 2021-11-2220th CENTURY PRESIDENTS: He won an election in which both he & his Democratic opponent were from Ohio & both were wealthy newspaper publishers (Warren G.) Harding
#8515, aired 2021-11-1920th CENTURY AMERICAN AUTHORS: The Old Courthouse Museum in Monroeville, Alabama has exhibits devoted to these 2 authors & childhood friends (Harper) Lee & (Truman) Capote
#8514, aired 2021-11-18HISTORY: In 1985 the mayor of Rome went to a suburb of Tunis to sign a treaty ending this after more than 2,100 years the (Third) Punic War(s) (Carthaginian Wars)
#8513, aired 2021-11-17FINAL RESTING PLACES: A cemetery on this island has the graves of Robert Fulton & 2 of the first 4 Treasury Secretaries Manhattan
#8512, aired 2021-11-16MOVIE QUOTES: This 3-word phrase was the protagonist's second line of dialogue in a 1962 movie, the first in a 25-film series "Bond, James Bond"
#8511, aired 2021-11-15MYTHS & LEGENDS: This legendary place has been identified as being in Caerleon, Wales & in Winchester, England Camelot
#8510, aired 2021-11-12CONTEMPORARY PLAYWRIGHTS: "The Murder of Gonzago" is used as a play within a 1966 play by this man who was inspired by Shakespeare (Tom) Stoppard
#8509, aired 2021-11-11PRICELESS OBJECTS: It dates back to the "French Blue", which was set in gold & suspended from a neck ribbon when Louis XIV wore it on ceremonial occasions the Hope Diamond
#8508, aired 2021-11-10WORLD POPULATION: This Asian nation is the world's most populous country that lies mostly in the Southern Hemisphere Indonesia
#8507, aired 2021-11-091970s SONGS: In 1976 "Bohemian Rhapsody" was replaced at No. 1 on the U.K. charts by this Europop song whose title is heard in Queen's lyrics "Mamma Mia"
#8506, aired 2021-11-08NAMES IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY: He was Virginia's 1st African-American congressman, whose grandnephew, a famous poet, used his last name as a first name (John Mercer) Langston
#8505, aired 2021-11-05TOYS: Introduced in 1964, he fell out of favor in changing times & in 1970 was marketed as a "Land Adventurer" G.I. Joe
#8504, aired 2021-11-04OFFICIAL LANGUAGES: It's the only U.N. member state outside Europe with Dutch as an official language Suriname
#8503, aired 2021-11-03PAINTINGS: In 2021 experts in Oslo concluded that it was the artist who wrote on this painting, "Could only have been painted by a madman" The Scream
#8502, aired 2021-11-02SCIENTISTS: Galileo thanked this astronomer "because you were... practically the only one, to have complete faith in my assertions" (Johannes) Kepler
#8501, aired 2021-11-011960s HISTORY: After around 8 PM EDT on July 21, 1969 a major part of a transport known by this 1-word name was never seen again Eagle
#8500, aired 2021-10-29SONGS & U.S. HISTORY: Victory in 1805's Battle of Derna on the coast of North Africa inspired a lyric in this song made official in 1929 the "Marines' Hymn"
#8499, aired 2021-10-28WORLD CITIES: From Sydney, Australia go 7,000 miles east & less than 1/2 degree of latitude north to this capital also near the Pacific Santiago, Chile
#8498, aired 2021-10-27LITERARY MOVIE ROLES: Among the actresses who have portrayed her are Greta Garbo twice, Vivien Leigh, Tatiana Samoilova & Keira Knightley Anna Karenina
#8497, aired 2021-10-26AUTHORS: These 2 men who both died in Boston in the mid-20th century each won 4 Pulitzers, one man for Poetry & the other for Drama (Robert) Frost & (Eugene) O'Neill
#8496, aired 2021-10-25NOTABLE WOMEN: Of the 3 pioneering women in their field to be dubbed the "Trimates", this one got her PhD from Cambridge in 1966 (Jane) Goodall
#8495, aired 2021-10-221970s TOP 40 HITS: Seeing a poster for a production of "Cyrano de Bergerac" in a seedy Paris hotel & ladies of the evening nearby inspired this hit "Roxanne"
#8494, aired 2021-10-21WORLD GEOGRAPHY: This country of 16,600 square miles has a possession that's more than 50 times as large Denmark
#8493, aired 2021-10-2019th CENTURY SUPREME COURT DECISIONS: The first "self-evident" truth in the Declaration of Independence was quoted & found not to apply to this plaintiff (Dred) Scott
#8492, aired 2021-10-19CONTEMPORARY AUTHORS: He has studied Cordon Bleu cooking, but is known for his 1981 creation of a character with unconventional taste in cuisine Thomas Harris
#8491, aired 2021-10-18NAMES ON THE MAP: From 1824 to 1825 this hero toured all 24 states & an Indiana city was named for him (the Marquis de) Lafayette
#8490, aired 2021-10-15LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN: These stories got their collective title because little Josephine Kipling insisted they be told exactly the same way each time Just So Stories
#8489, aired 2021-10-14U.S. HISTORY: On Sept. 30, 1788 William Maclay & Robert Morris, both of Pennsylvania, were chosen as the first 2 these (U.S.) senators
#8488, aired 2021-10-13SPORTS LEGENDS: When Johnny Bench broke his record, this man wrote, "I always thought the record would stand until it was broken" Yogi Berra
#8487, aired 2021-10-12PUBLISHING: Last name of brothers James, John, Joseph & Fletcher, whose company published magazines with their name as well as books Harper
#8486, aired 2021-10-11COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD: Nazi Germany annexed this nation & divided it into regions of the Alps & the Danube; the Allies later divided it into 4 sectors Austria
#8485, aired 2021-10-08THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE: British zoologist George Shaw looked for stitches when he first saw this mammal in 1799, thinking he was being tricked (the) duck-bill(ed) platypus
#8484, aired 2021-10-07WINTER OLYMPIC SPORTS: The official Olympic website says this event "has its roots in survival skills" practiced in the snowy forests of Scandinavia biathlon
#8483, aired 2021-10-06HISTORIC CALENDARS: Following Messidor, this summer month in the 18th century French Revolutionary calendar had a name meaning "heat gift" Thermidor
#8482, aired 2021-10-05POPULAR PHRASES: This phrase relating nutrition & health was popularized by fruit scientist J.T. Stinson at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair an apple a day keeps the doctor away
#8481, aired 2021-10-04RENAISSANCE MEN: 10 years before a more famous work, he wrote in 1503 that the way to deal with rebels is to placate them or eliminate them (Niccolò) Machiavelli
#8480, aired 2021-10-01AMERICAN HISTORY: The April 26, 1906 edition of The Call, a newspaper in this city, reported on the heroic death of hoseman James O'Neil San Francisco
#8479, aired 2021-09-30CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: A 2000 Library of Congress exhibit called this 1900 work "America's greatest and best-loved homegrown fairytale" The Wizard of Oz
#8478, aired 2021-09-29MYTHOLOGY: The Hippocrene Spring, sacred to the Muses, was so named because this offspring of Medusa brought it into being Pegasus
#8477, aired 2021-09-28THE CONTINENTS: It's the only continent with its mainland lying in all 4 hemispheres as defined by the equator & the prime meridian Africa
#8476, aired 2021-09-27ROCK LEGENDS: A new studio album in 2020 gave him a Top 5 album in 6 consecutive decades, his first in 1975 (Bruce) Springsteen
#8475, aired 2021-09-24HISTORY OF THE 19-TEENS: Saying he ignored warnings of enemy vessels, the British admiralty sought to blame William Turner, this ship's last captain in 1915 the Lusitania
#8474, aired 2021-09-23FOOD & DRINK IN THE BIBLE: In the King James Version, these creatures are a plague in Exodus 10, but deemed okay to eat in Leviticus 11 locusts
#8473, aired 2021-09-22LANDMARKS: 96 miles in total during its 3-decade existence, the most well-known part of this was about the same length as an Olympic marathon the Berlin Wall
#8472, aired 2021-09-21CHILDREN'S BOOKS: A book by her says, "It is said that the effect of eating too much lettuce is 'soporific'... but then I am not a rabbit" (Beatrix) Potter
#8471, aired 2021-09-201980s MOVIES: The Dip used to kill characters in this 1988 film consisted of acetone, benzene & turpentine, ingredients of paint thinner Who Framed Roger Rabbit
#8470, aired 2021-09-1719th CENTURY U.S. POLITICS: Named after a U.K. political party that helped depose a king, the U.S. Whig Party was formed to oppose this man (Andrew) Jackson
#8469, aired 2021-09-16THE 21st CENTURY: In 2009 this 11-year-old started posting on BBC's Urdu language website under the screen name Gul Makai Malala (Yousafzai)
#8468, aired 2021-09-15AUTHORS: In addition to knowing many languages & making up his own, he also taught language at the universities of Leeds & Oxford J.R.R. Tolkien
#8467, aired 2021-09-14SCIENTIFIC ETYMOLOGY: 2 of the 3 men for whom armalcolite, a dark gray mineral discovered in 1969, is named (2 of) (Neil) Armstrong, (Buzz) Aldrin or (Michael) Collins
#8466, aired 2021-09-13THE 13 COLONIES: Founded by an advocate of religious freedom, it was the site of America's first Baptist church & oldest synagogue Rhode Island
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