10 Jeopardy! Clues September 28, 2016

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Here are 10 triple stumpers from the 9-28-2016 Jeopardy! match.

LIECHTENSTEIN ($400) Sport of some Liechtenstein tourists & of Hanni Wenzel, who in 1980 brought her country its first Olympic Gold

($800) This capital of Liechtenstein is home to about 5,000 people

($1000) In 1719 Liechtenstein was established within this empire that dissolved in 1806

YE OLDE JOB FAIRE ($1000) This word sounds like it applies to Noah, but it was a craftsman who made boxes or chests

THAT’S T-B-D ($1000) This inn is found in “The Canterbury Tales” & today in Washington, D.C., where it’s a favorite brunch

ROY LICHTENSTEIN ($1600) Roy often reprised other painters– a 1963 painting takes off from a work by this Spaniard that itself takes off from a Delacroix

SPIDERS ($1600) Humans do it using hot air; spiders do it to “fly” hundreds of mile when a strand of silk catches turbulent air

($2000) Type of spider seen here that lives in a silk-lined burrow
$2,000 Jeopardy! Clue in Spiders (9-28-16)

CITY BOOKS ($800) Not Yangon, but this city is where “The Road” leads to in the title of a 2015 Lucy Cruickshanks book

WHO’S THE BOSS? ($2000) Milwaukee restaurauteur Arnold Takahashi, succeeded later by Al DelVecchio

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