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Final Jeopardy: Libraries

The Final Jeopardy question (2/2/2015), in the category “Libraries” was: The street address of his presidential library is 40 Presidential Drive. This is the first week of the 2015 Teachers...

Final Jeopardy: Ranks and Titles

The Final Jeopardy question (1/29/2015), in the category “Ranks and Titles” was: In 1858 rule of India went from the East India Co. to the British Crown and Lord Canning...

Final Jeopardy: Historical Nicknames

The Final Jeopardy question (1/7/2015), in the category “Historical Nicknames” was: In the Red Star in 1976, Capt. Yuri Gavrilov coined this nickname for a U.K. politician who had made...

Final Jeopardy: Asia

The Final Jeopardy question (1/6/2015), in the category “Asia” was: Meaning “waterless place” this 500,000 sq.-mile area lies in what’s called a “rain shadow” of the Himalayas. 2-day champ Elliot...

Final Jeopardy: International Motoring

The Final Jeopardy question (12/19/2014), in the category “International Motoring” was: One of the 3 European Union countries besides the United Kingdom that have not switched to driving on the...

Final Jeopardy: Kings & Queens

The Final Jeopardy question (12/2/2014), in the category “Kings & Queens” was: Technically this monarch is the head of state of 16 countries including Jamaica & New Zealand. On Day...

Final Jeopardy: TV Characters

The Final Jeopardy question (12/1/2014), in the category “TV Characters” was: This 8′ 2″ character made his debut in 1969 and is still going strong. It’s Kids Week on Jeopardy....

Final Jeopardy: Highways and Byways

The Final Jeopardy question (11/6/2014), in the category “Highways and Byways” was: The Hiram Bingham Highway, opened in 1948, is the last leg linking Machu Picchu with this World Heritage...

Final Jeopardy: American-born Authors

The Final Jeopardy question (10/29/2014), in the category “American-born Authors” was: In 1915, his reasons for naturalization included having lived and worked in England “for the best part of forty...