8 Jeopardy! Clues July 13, 2017

Here are 3 triple stumpers from the 7-13-2017 Jeopardy! match.

“-ED” HOMONYM ($1000) A bell sounded / an apple, skinned

12-LETTER WORDS ($400) This job is also called “dockworker” or “stevedore” but it contains more letters than both of them

($1200) Celebs open to contact from fans are called “very” this

The players got all these clues in “How Inventive”:

($400) In 1883 Jan Matzeliger created a lasting machine— it stretched a shoe over a form & attached it to this bottom part

($800) During WWI he equipped a new lab for antisubmarine research on Eagle Rock Mountain near West Orange, New Jersey

($1200) In 1959 this corporation introduced the first office copier based on Chester Carlson’s instant copying technique

($1600) In 1679 Denis Papin invented the steam digester, the forerunner of this very “P.C.” kitchen appliance

($2000) In 1835 German chemist Justus von Liebig became the first to create a mirror by coating the back of glass with this metal

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