10 Jeopardy! Clues October 5, 2017

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Here are 2 categories from the 10-5-2017 Jeopardy! match. The players got 8 of them. The ones they did not get are marked with an asterisk.

IT’S A BIRD

($200) This 4-letter word for a common seabird is an old synonym for deceive or cheat

($400) The duck hawk, or peregrine type of this bird, is used in a game-hunting sport

*($600) Leach’s & Wilson’s are among the “storm” types of this bird

($800) These tropical eagles are named for a woman-bird hybrid of Greek mythology

($1000) The North American species of this huge bird has a great scientific name: Gymnogyps Californianus

IT’S A PLANE

($200) Used by Germany, the Dutch-designed Fokker D. VII is often considered the finest fighter plane of this war

($400) With its pilot dangling beneath it, the 1896 Chanute aircraft was an early one of these gliders

*($600) The plane named for this “monthly” insect first took flight in that month in the summer of 1908

($800) The British Harrier Jump Jet is capable of VTOL, standing for this

($1000) This popular little civilian aircraft made by Piper has been called “the Model T of single-engine planes”

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