11 Jeopardy! Clues January 23, 2018

Here are 11 triple stumpers from the 1-23-2018 Jeopardy! match.

SOUNDS, INTERESTING ($1000) If you hear this Cathedral’s bells, installed in 1878, it’s Sunday, or maybe there’s news out of Buckingham Palace

HISTORIC LOSERS ($600) Of the 431-404 B.C. Peloponnesian War: this city-state that headed an alliance

DOUBLE “D”S ($800) A nickname for the Missouri River is “Big” this

A HISTORY OF VIOLINS ($1600) In 2017 he marked 40 years of performing with fellow Israeli violin virtuoso Pinchas Zukerman

FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES ($1200) Hebrew for “to life” or “to your health”, it’s used as a toast

($1000) A criminal caught red-handed is said to be caught “in” this Latin phrase, “while the crime is blazing”

SEAS OF THE WORLD ($1600) This sea opens to the Atlantic through the North Channel on the north & St. George’s Channel on the south

ANIMALS ($800) There were more than 200 million live views online during the 16-month pregnancy of April, one of these

($1000) In 2017 the oldest this type of aquatic mammal in captivity died at age 69 in a Florida county of the same name

QUESTIONABLE MOVIE TITLES ($400) The Tina Turner biopic

IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS ($1600) Richard Rogers, aka Lord Rogers of Riverside, designed this edifice on the Thames riverside
$1600 House of Lords clue (Jeopardy! 1/23/2018)

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