11 Jeopardy! Clues March 14, 2017

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Here are 6 triple stumpers from the 3-14-2017 Jeopardy! match.

SHAKESPEAREAN BABY NAMES ($400) Though the king was slain by MacBeth, you still might like this boy’s name meaning “brown warrior”

WRITERS’ VOCABULARY ($1600) “Animal Farm” uses anthropomorphism while “the walls have ears” is an example of this literary device

($2000) This word can refer to a punctuation mark or a type of imagery, like “O Death, where is they sting”

STATE HOLIDAYS ($800) Arbor Day was first celebrated in 1872 in this state; other states soon followed

($1600) Its Cherokee Strip Day celebrates the 1893 land rush in which former Indian Lands were opened to settlement

THAT’S A MYTHTAKE! ($2000) She boasted that her daughter Andromeda was more beautiful than the Nereids; Poseidon got mad & ravaged the land

The players got these 5 clues in GRAMMY RECORD OF THE YEAR:

($400) 2013: Daft Punk was fortunate

($800) 2007: They tried to make Amy go

($1200) 1987: Paul Simon tries world music

($1600) 2012: Gotye got it

($2000) 2000: For U2, it was on of these

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