April 2017 Jeopardy Daily Doubles Quiz Stats

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Clue Who is or What is % Correct
Originally it meant coffee that came from Yemen; later, it came to mean coffee flavored with chocolateMocha
79.5%
Another term for a resumé is sometimes abbreviated this wayCV
75.3%
'Wait! Don't Move to' this country is the title of a book about liberal ideas 'to Win Back America'Canada
72.6%
This American woman is the subject of 'The French Chef in America'Julia Child
71.2%
The epidermis covering the head, excluding the faceScalp
65.8%
Her forbes.com profile says it all: '$2.9 billion... producer, entrepreneur, personality, philanthropist'Oprah Winfrey
65.8%
In 1965 this baseball venue had female ushers dubbed 'Spacettes'Astrodome
64.4%
The only Caribbean island nations that have a land border with another country are these 2Dominican Republic and Haiti
64.4%
'My fellow citizens: the world and we have passed the midway point of a century of continuing challenge'Dwight Eisenhower
63%
Pliny the Younger noted that on the morning of August 24, 79 A.D., a cloud appeared over the summit of this mountainVesuvius
61.6%
This term refers to Northerners who traveled to the South after the Civil War for political or financial gainCarpetbaggers
61.6%
Volunteer labor & donations support this charity whose vision is 'A world where everyone has a decent place to live'Habitat for Humanity
57.5%
This 1972 numerical clause was later renamed the Patsy T. Mink Equal Opportunity in Education ActTitle IX
57.5%
The title woman is King David's great-grandmotherRuth
57.5%
In 210 B.C. Emperor Shi Huangdi was buried with an honor guard, thousands of clay soldiers known as this 'army'Terracotta Army
56.2%
There are 3 owls on the seal of this Texas university founded in 1891Rice
54.8%
Jay McInerney, Tama Janowitz & other 1980s writers shared this nickname with a group of young 1980s actorsBrat Pack
54.8%
To keep this vegetable's head white, tie up the leaves around the developing curdCauliflower
53.4%
In a 1902 novel he wrote, 'They were the footprints of a gigantic hound!'Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
52.1%
In 1927 this photographer published his first portfolio, 'Parmelian Prints of the High Sierras'Ansel Adams
47.9%
In 1837 Britain's admiralty set up a committee to figure out how to ensure the accuracy of these aboard iron shipsCompasses
46.6%
A tipper was a specialized fletcher putting metal tips on theseArrows
46.6%
The 2 capitals with the complete names of months within their namesJuneau and Augusta
46.6%
The Smithsonian's Natl. Museum of American History says more patents have been given to this device than any otherMousetrap
45.2%
The Açu River is also called this river, the plural of a certain fish; I'll stay out, thanksPiranhas
42.5%
Let's take a test; once used to color beverages, this substance that determines acids & bases is extracted from lichensLitmus
41.1%
In Queenston, Ontario, at the 185-foot monument to Isaac Brock, who repelled a U.S. invasion during this warWar of 1812
41.1%
These 2 rivers have their sources within 75 miles of each other in eastern TurkeyTigris and Euphrates
41.1%
This European capital city is served by 3 main ports: Piraeus, Rafina & LavrionAthens
38.4%
Clue Who is or What is % Correct
In 1933 Albert Einstein renounced his German citizenship & relocated to 2 Library Place in this U.S. cityPrinceton
38.4%
Any article of clothing & the birthstone for JanuaryGarment & Garnet
37%
Fugitives can run but they can't hide from this 190-member-nation organization founded in 1923Interpol
37%
When the U.S. captured this Pacific island, the Spanish Marines stationed there were unaware they were at warGuam
34.2%
Let's make your heads spin: bottle, tubular & vacuum are types of thisCentrifuge
32.9%
Each year on Easter, Manhattan's Fifth Avenue is host to a festival honoring these head coveringsBonnets
31.5%
This breed's name tells us that it's the bearded dog from the Tibetan capitalLhasa Apso
30.1%
Nineveh was a huge city of this land which, if the first 2 letters were removed, would spell a current Mideast countryAssyria
28.8%
This N.C. cape's lighthouse, the USA's tallest at 200 feet, was used as a lookout tower for German subs in WWIICape Hatteras
27.4%
Zeus placed Callisto in the night sky as one of these animals; her son Arcturus was her 'keeper' in the starsBear
27.4%
It makes sense that this Colorado city is found where the Gunnison & Colorado Rivers meetGrand Junction
27.4%
This 'Old' book that lists anniversaries along with crop facts turns 225 itself in 2017The Old Farmer's Almanac
26%
In 1967 this dancer was just 19 when he became a soloist at the Kirov Ballet of LeningradMikhail Baryshnikov
26%
In 1873 Joseph Dixon purchased the American Graphite Company located in this New York townTiconderoga
24.7%
At its narrowest point, this Turkish strait between the Sea of Marmara & the Aegean Sea is only a mile wideDardanelles
24.7%
In 'Inferno' Dante called him 'my master... from whom alone I took the style whose beauty has done me honor'Virgil
24.7%
Japan's highest order is the order of this flowerChrysanthemum
21.9%
From the Greek & Latin for 'life' & 'turning', this word refers to the healthy mix of wildlife in a regionBiodiversity
19.2%
1894 to 1918: ____ II & ____Nicholas and Alexandra
16.4%
The Jules Rimet Cup was replaced by this trophy in 1974World Cup
16.4%
When this Anton Chekhov play debuted in St. Petersburg in 1896, it was a dismal failureThe Seagull
13.7%
This Windy City lawyer sets books like 'The Burden of Proof' in Kindle County, a stand-in for the Chicago areaScott Turow
13.7%
In 2012 the remains of Richard III were found in Leicester not far from this August 1485 battlefieldBosworth
12.3%
Season tenderloin, apply mushroom duxelles, wrap meat in puff pastry, then bakeHow do you Make Beef Wellington
12.3%
Desdemona: Murder by this methodSmothering
12.3%
In a Stowe novel he tells Uncle Tom, 'I'm your church now...you've got to be as I say'Simon Legree
12.3%
His determination in exploration got him the Congolese nickname Bula Matari, 'breaker of rocks'Henry Morgan Stanley
12.3%
An Italian word for 'strong' isn't arabica but this counterpartRobusta
8.2%

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Created May 8, 2017SourceReportNominateIcon Source: Alan Lin
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