12 Jeopardy! Clues February 24, 2017

Here are 8 triple stumpers from the 2-24-2017 Jeopardy! match.

WORDS OF THE YEAR ($800) Collins Dictionary: this word with a useful suffix to indicate leaving

OLYMPIANS ($800) On the final shot of a round at Rio 2016, Kim Woo-Jin hit the innermost gold circle to set a world record in this sport.

AMERICAN LIT ($2000) For this woman, seen here, “One Writer’s Beginnings” was in 1909 in Jackson, Mississippi
$2000 American Literature clue (Jeopardy 2-24-17)

COINS FROM EVERYWHERE ($1600) Until 1971, a bob in London wasn’t just a nickname, but this, part of a pound

THE TV SHOW’S CHARACTERS ($400) Red Reznikov, Big Boo and Flaca Gonzalez, in close quarters

($800) Rainbow, Andre and Jack Johnson, finding their way comedically on ABC

($1200) Annalise Keating, Wes Gibbons & Laurel Castillo, navigating the law

($2000) Rebecca Bunch, Paula Proctor & Darryl Whitefeather… sing out now!

Here are 4 clues from THE 1970s category that the players responded to correctly. They didn’t get to the $200 clue.

($400) In 1979 the U.S. Embassy in this nation was taken over & 66 Americans held hostage

($600) Japan gave the world the SONY Walkman & this 1974 Sanrio cartoon creation

($800) 1978 saw the birth of Louise Brown, the first baby conceived this way abbreviated IVF

($1000) In 1978 Egypt’s Sadat & Israel’s Begin agreed to these accords named for a Presidential retreat

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