13 Jeopardy! Clues November 22, 2017

Here are 13 triple stumpers from the 11-22-2017 Jeopardy! match.

POLICE YOUR AREA ($1000) The LAPD “strongly embraces” this kind of policing that emphasizes working with the citizenry

AROUND THE WORLD ($800) The city of Kirkuk is a center of this country’s oil industry

THERE’S A WORD FOR THAT ($400) One of the 2 body parts also called simply the minimus

($1000) Resembling a shepherd’s crook, it’s the pastoral staff carried by a bishop

LOOKS LIKE WE MADE IT ($1000) This company took a shot at making Kevlar aramid fiber

CHAPELS SHOW ($2000) The Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona, Arizona is on this type of energy hub for which the city is known

SINGLE-NAMED SINGERS’ LAST NAMES ($800) She uses her last name Fenty on her fashion line for Puma

($2000) Robinson is the last name of this R&B singer with the 2017 hit “Location”

THE AGE OF TREASON ($1600) In 1844 American Thomas Dorr argued that you can’t be convicted of treason against one of these, but he was

($2000) The last man hanged for treason in England was “Lord Haw Haw”, who used this as his “weapon” to help the Nazis.

THE “MOTHER” OF ALL WORDS ($1600) It’s what Emma Lazarus called the Statue of Liberty in her poem for it

NOW YOU’RE SPEAKING MY LANGUAGE ($2000) This Asian language is official in India & also spoken by about 1.5 of the people of Sri Lanka

POE FOLKS ($1200) “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar” see a dying man undergo this early form of hypnotism with horrific results

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