11 Jeopardy! Clues November 28, 2016

Here are 6 triple stumpers from the 11-28-2016 Jeopardy! match.

WHERE IS IT? ($1000) K2: This mountain system (that’s the “K”)

SKY LINES ($400) This T.S. Eliot “love” poem begins, “Let us go then, you and I, when the evening is spread out against the sky”

($1000) She gave us the lesser-known “O beautiful for halcyon skies” as well as “O beautiful for spacious skies”

1812: THE WAR & MORE ($2000) This Shawnee chief fought for the British & led Native American allies but was killed in battle the next year

UNREAL ESTATE ($2000) A sheep farmer & his girlfriend Arowhena escape in a balloon from this land created by Samuel Butler

THEY COME IN THREES ($1200) Until WWII, this candy bar had 3 pieces in one package, flavored chocolate, vanilla & strawberry; now it’s all chocolate

These 5 clues come from A SPELLING BEE. The players had to spell their responses and that was no problemo, even though they included some tricky ones.

($200) Adjective for lines that are the same distance apart at every point along their whole length

($400) You get one of these as a record for paying a bill; don’t forget the silent letter

($600) A chest of drawers, or a government agency within a cabinet department

($800) It’s the sea that surrounds Jamaica & Cuba

($1000) Tagalog is a principal language of this country made up of more that 7,000 islands

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