11 Jeopardy! Clues July 10, 2017

Here are 11 triple stumpers from the 7-10-2017 Jeopardy! match.

ADJECTIVES ($400) Also the name of a mineral, as an adjective it means resembling a snake in form or movement

($600) From the Greek word for “hidden”, it describes something mysterious in meaning

($1000) Because it can drawn or stretched out into a thin wire, copper is described by this adjective

MAKES SENSE ($800) On the animated “Mike Tyson Mysteries”, Mike has this “noble” rulemaker as an ally

ONLINE LEARNING ($600) khanacademy.org has a course on the redox type of this substance-altering chemical process

($800) A google project teaches the current 5th iteration of this 4-letter code that’s moving us around the net

($1000) internetpolyglot.com can help you learn languages like this one, the basis for Pilipino

EVERYBODY “PAY”S ($1000) It’s the word for one who is the customer of an electric utility & must deal with its bills

OSCAR-WINNING SONG PERFORMERS ($800) The duet “City of Stars” from “La La Land” (2016)

($1200) “Writing’s on the Wall” for “Spectre” (2015)

($1600) “Into the West” from “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” (2003)

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