12 Jeopardy! Clues December 16, 2016

Here are 7 triple stumpers from the 12-16-2016 Jeopardy! match.

UNUSUAL ATTRACTIONS ($600) Encinitas, Calif. has a tennis museum dedicated to this champ who lost a challenge match to Billie Jean King in 1973

DECEMBER HOLIDAYS ($400) Hannukah story hero Judah was known by this name that’s an acronym of the Hebrew for “Who is like you, O God?”

FILL “E_R” UP ($1000) To imbue with authority

TRUST THE SCIENCE ($1200) The amosite type of this fibrous material can resist temperatures up to 1,000 degrees

WESTERN MOVIES ($1200) This hard-drinking friend of Wild Bill Hickok has been played on film by Jean Arthur, Yvonne DeCarlo & Doris Day

NUMERIC WORDS & PHRASES ($400) Hyphenated term for a contest that’s really no contest

WOMEN WHO WRITE ($2000) This woman who’s part Chippewa has written “Love Medicine”, “The Plague of Doves” & “The Round House”

The players got all these clues in COUNTRIES’ CURRENCIES

($400) Let’s be honest– Switzerland & Liechtenstein are the only 2 countries in Europe that still use this monetary unit

($800) 40 years after his death, he still appears on some of China’s paper money.

($1200) Before adopting the Euro, Italy & Vatican City used this monetary unit.

($1600) Tuvalu, a small island country in the South Pacific uses the dollar of this country 2,000 miles away

($2000) Algeria, Bahrain & Iraq all use a currency called this

Today’s Daily Doubles and more information on Final Jeopardy! on Fikkle Fame’s full Daily Recap

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