9 Jeopardy! Clues January 8, 2018

Here are 9 triple stumpers from the 1-8-2018 Jeopardy! match.

HANDY ADVICE ($800) Paraffin wax on the hinges

THE SPANISH INQUISITION ($200) The Inquisition was formed in Spain to combat this 6-letter type of thought at odds with orthodox doctrine

2.0 ($600) This 1987 rollout was the first bundled with Word & Excel, making it tough on competing apps
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($1000) In 2017 this Uber CEO took a leave of absence so he could work on “Travis 2.0”

NATIONAL COATS OF ARMS ($1600) The double white cross on its coat of arms represents Stephen I, the country’s first king

THERMODYNAMICS ($1600) There’s a law that comes before the first law of thermodynamics; physicist Ralph Fowler gave it this 6-letter name.

WOMEN’S FIRSTS ($2000) It was the field of Maria Mitchell, the first woman member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences

BRITISH AUTHORS ($1600) His first literary success “Eye of the Needle” was originally published as “Storm Island”

($2000) Banned upon publication, this author’s “The Rainbow” was described by one magistrate as “utter filth”

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