11 Jeopardy! Clues February 13, 2017

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We only counted 5 triple stumpers in the 2-13-2017 Jeopardy! match. Three of them are on this post marked by an asterisk:

* BODIES OF WATER ($2000) In 1992 North Korea & South Korea proposed that this sea off their east coasts be called the East Sea

SEMILITERATE BEFORE & AFTER

($400) Team rope pulling contest that becomes a Tolstoy novel

($800) A novel about a dog named Buck that can vary its value from 2 through ace

($1200) Tony Stark creation who becomes Don Quixote musical

* ($1600) Instead of ending so the baseball game can start, the National Anthem leads into a 1932 novel of the future

* ($2000) 9th century English king who lived in West Egg, New York in a 1920s novel

The players got all these clues in REMEMBER 2016?

($400) A Japanese company made the world’s last one of these playback machines

($800) On August 17, she was named Donald Trump’s campaign manager
$800 2016 clue (Jeopardy! 2-13-17)

($1200) Protests began as the Standing Rock Sioux moved to block this pipeline that bears the name of a Sioux people

($1600) Aung San Suu Kyi’s friend Htin Kyaw was inaugurated as this country’s first freely elected president in decades

($2000) This Silicon Valley entrepreneur revealed he had bankrolled the lawsuit that took down Gawker

The other 2 triple stumpers and more are on Fikkle Fame’s full Daily Recap

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