Final Jeopardy Answers Blog Posts

It has the line “The discovery of America… opened up fresh ground for the rising bourgeoisie”
Letters, pocket knives, c rations & steel helmets are among the tangible items referred to in the title of this modern war classic
An 1869 presidential pardon was granted to this man due in part to a plea by the Medical Society of Harford County Maryland
This man made lists perhaps to cope with depression a set of lists he published in 1852 made his name synonymous with a type of book
The busiest passenger port in the UK it shares its name with a capital of one of the original 13 states
After its completion in the late 19th c. it was called a truly tragic street lamp & a high & skinny pyramid of iron ladders
Part of the largest contiguous land empire during the 1200s & 1300s today its the worlds second-largest landlocked country
In 1898 what’s been called the first blockbuster art show was devoted to him & put on for Queen Wilhelmina’s coronation
A writer & producer of this movie said he wanted it to be like a western or James Bond film, only it takes place in the ’30s
At one time a province of the Roman Empire this kingdom is known to Arabic scholars as Al-Maghrib Al-Aqsa the far west
One of the participants in an 1170 event at this place said, “Let us away, knights; he will rise no more”
Originally relating to a story of suffering this word now more commonly refers to strong emotion of any kind
Monty Norman, the composer of this character’s theme, said the staccato riff conveyed sexiness, mystery & ruthlessness
In math, it’s a rotated V; in society, it’s a feeling of some marginalized or underrepresented people
The name of this pungent gaseous compound is ultimately derived from the top god of the ancient Egyptians
This public agency runs the U.S.A.s busiest bus terminal opened in 1950 for commuters awed by its polished steel & stone