13 Jeopardy! Clues November 14, 2017

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Here are 8 triple stumpers from the 11-14-2017 Jeopardy! match.

POETS & POETRY ($1000) This Matthew Arnold poem begins, “The sea is calm tonight. The tide is full, the moon lies fair.”

SENATOR JOHN ($200) Better known name of West Virginia Senator John D. Rockefeller IV

COLORFUL AMERICAN CITIES ($1600) Skiing & Glacier National Park may lure you to this Montana city named for an aquatic creature

PRECIOUS TIME ($2000) “You expired, Jesus, but the source of life gushed forth”, begins a prayer to divine mercy named for this P.M. hour

WIDOWS IN THE BIBLE ($1200) In 1 Kings 17:22 this happens to the son of the widow of Zarephath, thanks to the prophet Elijah

($1600) Paul’s first epistle to this Greek city’s church says widows may remarry

ART ($2000) Edward Hick’s Quaker faith is evident in this painting, a favorite theme of his
$2000 Art clue (Jeopardy! 11-14-17)

HIDDEN FIGURES ($1200) Pluperfect is one

The players got all these clues in DOCUMENTARIES:

($400) 2015’s “Amy” traces the too-short life of this British singer

($800) The birds in this 2005 nature documentary walk single file to their Antarctic breeding grounds

($1200) The title “Citizenfour” refers to an email alias used by this man who revealed NSA secrets

($1600) “The Fog of War” told “Eleven Lessons from the Life of” this 1960s Secretary of Defense

($2000) Some wondered if this film about street artists like Banksy was a documentary or a hoax

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