Great Eggspectations Nuts to You The Fifties -ologies Happy Birthday, April Baby
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What is the yolk
This is the yellow part of the egg.
100
What is the Pecan?
Georgia is the capital of the world for this nut. Hint: It’s not the peanut; peanuts are
legumes.
100
What is a transistor radio?
Texas Instruments invented this receiver based on transistor technology.
100
What is Biology?
This high school class, which studies plants and animals, includes animal dissection
in its curriculum.
100
Who is Jerry Seinfeld?
Born April 29, 1954, this stand-up comedian named Jerry starred in “a show about
nothing” bearing his name.
200
What are deviled eggs?
These “satanic” eggs rarely miss a party.
200
What is an almond?
You can buy this nut whole, sliced, or slivered, and it often accompanies green
beans.
200
What is a remote control?
This “hand appendage” to control the television was invented in the 1950s.
200
What is Zoology?
This discipline studies animal life.
200
Who is Leonardo da Vinci?
Born April 15, 1452, this painter, poet, sculptor, and architect is best known for his
paintings The Last Supper and Mona Lisa.
300
What is wobbles?
You can tell whether an egg is raw or boiled by spinning it. In
one case it wobbles; in the other case, it spins easily. If it’s raw, it
does this.
300
What is the Cashew?
The United States consumes a whopping 90 percent of the world’s production of
this kidney-shaped nut.
300
What is a Pacemaker?
This surgically inserted device to control the heart through
electric impulses was invented in the Fifties.
300
What is astrology
This study of the stars has been condemned by some as demonic, but most people
find it amusing—and some can hardly make it through the day without consulting it.
300
Who is Glen Campbell?
Born April 22, 1936, this rhinestone cowboy was a hit
country and crossover singer in the 1960s and 1970s.
400
What is vitamin D?
Egg yolks resemble the sun, and they are the highest known
food source of this “sunshine vitamin.”
400
What are sunflower seeds?
These seeds, called kernels, come from a giant, yellow
flower that changes positions during the day to track the sun.
400
What is Disneyland
This amusement park opened in Anaheim, California, in 1955.
400
What is genealogy?
When people dig into their ancestry through birth, baptism, marriage, and death
certificates, they are using this discipline.
400
Who is Carol Burnett?
Born April 26, 1933, this comedienne and actress hosted a
weekly variety show that featured Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence,
and Lyle Waggoner in its sketches.
500
What is one?
Sunny-side up eggs are cooked on this number of sides
500
What are macadamia nuts?
The North American mainland imports most of these nuts
from Hawaii.
500
What are Alaska and Hawaii?
These two states were the last to be added to the United
States.
500
What is toxicology?
When coroners and medical examiners look for drugs and poisonous substances in
bodies of crime victims, they use this forensic science.
500
Who is Ulysses S. Grant?
Born April 27, 1822, this U.S. president defeated Robert E.
Lee’s forces to lead the union to victory in the Civil War.




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