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100

Originated in the United States around 1938, when Ruth Graves Wakefield chopped up a Nestlé semi-sweet chocolate bar and added the pieces to a cookie recipe.

What is the chocolate chip cookie?

100

She is also known as Moses.

Who is Harriet Tubman?

100

Although it has no original connection to Christmas, this very popular song became associated with Christmas music and the holiday season in the 1860s and 1870s

What is Jingle Bells?

100

Characterized by a special bony or cartilaginous shell developed from their ribs that acts as a shield.

What is a turtle?

100

Originally ridden by such dignitaries as Queen Victoria, this 3-wheeler is now mostly for kids

What is a tricycle?

200

This Gemmifera Group of cabbages is grown for its edible buds.

What are brussel sprouts?

200

Anne Cole Lowe is an African American designer who is know for creating this socialite’s wedding gown.

Who is Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis?

200

Considered a musical style on its own and one of the staples of Latin American culture

What is salsa?

200

An animal but word also used to describe the act of overwhelming defeat of an opponent in a game or competition.

What is a skunk?

200

Take a trip to Flavortown with Guy Fieri on this Food Network show, "DDD" for short.

What is Diners, Drive-ins and Dives?

300

Also known as grissini, grissino or dipping sticks, these are generally pencil-sized, crisp, dry baked bread that originated in Italy

What are bread sticks?

300

This composer, counting himself a fan of Mahalia Jackson since 1952, asked her to appear on his album Black, Brown and Beige (1958), an homage to black American life and culture.

Who is Duke Ellington?

300

Rolling Stone described him as "the most revered jazz trumpeter of all time, not to mention one of the most important musicians of the 20th century

Who is Miles Davis?

300

Although thought that they did not make any sounds, now known to be untrue, these graceful animals bellow, snort, hiss and make flute-like sounds, as well as low pitch noises beyond the range of human hearing.

What is a giraffe?

300

This British physician helped establish a medical school but is much better remembered for compiling a thesaurus

Who is Roget?

400

High in protein, it is one of the earliest cultivated legumes, and 7500-year-old remains have been found in the Middle East

What are chick peas or garbanzo beans?

400

Phillip P. Dowling is credited for holding the patent for and inventing this everyday, needed receptacle which is necessary for communication throughout the U.S.

What is the mailbox?

400

As of 2015, she has remained the best selling female rap album artist in the US. Cardi B and Lizzo have cited her work as their inspiration.

Who is Missy Elliott?

400

Although they are protective of their family and children in the family and because they might unintentionally hurt the smaller ones because of their huge size, these dogs are banned in many countries.

What is a Tibetan Mastiff?

400

A sign outside Los Angeles' busiest airport spells this word meaning not so strict

What is lax?

500

This cold oatmeal dish is based on rolled oats and ingredients like grains, nuts, seeds and fresh or dried fruits.

What is muesli?

500

Aida Overton is a vaudevillian who is responsible for creating this dance, which imitated white slaveowners and garnered a prize, which was an elaborate dessert.

What is the cakewalk?

500

This dance trend began in February of last year, when a group in Angola recorded themselves dancing to the song while eating and without dropping their plates.

What is Jerusalema?

500

This organ in hyenas enables them to recall each member’s voice and status, ensuring they have the political savvy to recognize friend from foe and negotiate their strict social hierarchy.

What is a brain?

500

It falls on the 1st Sunday after the 1st full moon after March 21.

What is Easter?

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