10 Jeopardy! Clues February 5, 2018

Here are 10 triple stumpers from the 2-5-2018 Jeopardy! match.

JUST ONE CONSONANT ($600) It’s any variety of a color to dye for

WEREN’T THOSE COLLEGE KIDS GREAT? ($600) Down by 34 to Texas A&M with 19 minutes left, QB Josh Rosen led this West Coast school to a win in its opener

LOVE ACTUARILY ($2000) The death rate in healthy men was found to double if they’d experienced this sad event from Old English reafian, “to steal”

HISTORY NEAR & FAR ($800) Launched in 1960 to reflect radio signals, Echo was NASA’s first of this type of satellite or satelloon

($1200) In 1976 Operation Thunderbolt was the code name of the Israeli mission to free hostages held in this African country

($2000) Published around 150 A.D., this geographer’s “Cosmographia” showed an early map of Ireland

“R”IVERS ($1600) Adjectival name of a river in Sonoma County, California, nearby Sebastopol got its name from the same people

($2000) The name of this Virginia river where many Civil War battles took place is Algonquin for “rise & fall of water”

WE’LL BACK YOU UP ($1200) The Hooligans

($2000) Think country: The Dancehall Doctors

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