12 Jeopardy! Clues November 24, 2017

Here are 12 triple stumpers from the 11-24-2017 Jeopardy! match.

BILL’S BILL OF RIGHTS RIGHTS ($800) Bill got out of jail without having to sell his Trans Am because the Eighth Amendment prevents excessive this

DETECTIVE FICTION ($400) Under the name Robert Galbraith, she’s taken to writing detective novels featuring Cormoran Strike

($600) Kathy Reichs’ novels featuring Temperance Brennan include “Bare” these & “Cross” these

PENCIL IT IN ($200) Pencils have been around for centuries but this aid wasn’t patented until 1828, using “metal files set at 90 (degrees symbol)

NOTABLE WOMEN ($1,000) Her fight against gorilla poachers intensified in 1978 after the killing of Digit

THE EUROPEAN MIDWEST ($1200) A Nebraska city named for this Bohemian capital has “Beer Barrel Days” in August — everybody polka!

HOW MANY IN YOUR PARTY? ($1600) A coven (traditionally)

“P” IN PHYSICS ($1200) It’s any object that after being given an initial velocity is allowed to fall under the effects of gravity alone

($2000) In 1880 it was found that if you compress a crystal like quartz you can produce this effect

THE 300+ ($1600) AL 333, aka “The First Family” is a group of hominid fossils found in Hadar in this Horn of Africa nation

($2000) Built starting in 1948, the 356 was this company’s first production automobile

THIS…WAS…SPARTA! ($800) In a war Spartan soldiers called Hoplites used this closely linked formation from the Greek for “line of battle”

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