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428.  See this egg: it is with this that all the schools of theology and all the temples of the earth are to be overturned.  (Religion & Evolution & Egg)  Denis Diderot, Le Reve de l’Alembert

 

 

23,188.  I can eat fifty eggs.  (South & Eggs)  Cool Hand Luke 1967 starring Paul Newman & George Kennedy & Strother Martin & Jo van Fleet & Joy Harmon & Morgan Woodward & Luke Askew & Robert Donner & Clifton James et al, director Stuart Rosenberg, Lucas to men

 

 

23,614.  So who’s laying these eggs?  (Science Fiction Film & Eggs)  Aliens 1986 starring Sigourney Weaver & Michael Biehn & Paul Reiser & Lance Henriksen & Carrie Henn & Bill Paxton & William Hope & Jenette Goldstein & Al Matthews & Mark Rolston et al, director Ridley Scott, Ripley

 

 

24,031.  Yes, Captain.  Eggs.  And they are about to hatch.  (Star Trek & Eggs)  Star Trek: The Devil In The Dark s1e25, Spock

 

 

51,722.  An egg with a waterproof shell – that was the next great evolutionary breakthrough.  (Animals & Egg)  David Attenborough, Life on Earth VI: Invasion of the Land

 

 

51,750.  Since Life began the sea has been full of eggs.  (Animals & Eggs)  David Attenborough, The Trials of Life: A Natural History of Behaviour I: Arriving, BBC 1990

 

 

52,107.  While some primitive mammals incubated eggs others developed more efficient methods of bringing up their young.  (Animals & Mammals & Eggs)  David Attenborough: Life on Earth: Mammals (revised series)

 

 

52,128.  The achidna doesn’t give birth to live babies: she lays an egg.  (Mammals & Animals & Eggs)  David Attenborough, The Life of Mammals I: A Winning Design, BBC 2002

 

 

52,266.  Sooty terns: there is one thing that compels them to come down to earth: the demands of the egg.  (Birds & Animals & Egg)  David Attenborough, The Life of Birds VIII: The Demands of the Egg

 

 

80,072.  The largest egg ever laid by anything.  (Madagascar & Egg)  David Attenborough and the Giant Egg

 

52,275.  Studies about gigantic birds had been circulating in Europe since the thirteenth century.  (Birds & Animals & Egg & Madagascar)  ibid.

 

52,276.  The Elephant Bird: beyond the legends what do we know of it?  (Birds & Animals & Egg & Madagascar)  ibid.

 

52,277.  It is estimated that the Elephant Bird weighed half a ton ... The heaviest bird that ever existed.  And of course it was flightless.  (Birds & Animals & Egg & Madagascar)  ibid.

 

52,278.  Eggs were a huge source of nourishment.  (Birds & Animals & Egg & Madagascar)  ibid.

 

 

51,805.  Emperor penguins … The males are left with the eggs … The male Emperors stoically sit out the months of winter darkness.  (Animals & Penguin & Egg)  David Attenborough, The Living Planet II: The Frozen World

 

 

52,596.  The sun rises once more over Antarctica.  Now at last the Emperor penguins abandon their huddle.  The males are still carrying the precious eggs that they’ve cherished throughout the Antarctic winter.  With the returning sun the eggs hatch.  (Animals & Earth & Antarctic & Penguin & Egg)  David Attenborough, Planet Earth: Pole to Pole

 

 

56,749.  Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.  (Proverb & Eggs)  Mid-17th century proverb

 

 

56,750.  Don’t teach your grandmother to suck eggs.  (Proverb & Eggs)  Early 18th century proverb

 

 

64,798.  It serves me right for putting all my eggs in one bastard.  (Bastard & Egg)  Dorothy Parker

 

 

71,076.  Elephant bird’ eggs are really like normal birds’ eggs.  There are only twenty-seven specimens in the world; we are very fortunate to have eleven of them.  They are really really rare.  Cyril Walker, Natural History Museum London

 

 

71,077.  A single elephant bird egg would have held two and a quarter gallons of yoke, a hundred and fifty times that of a chicken’s.  Arthur Clarkes Mysterious Universe

 

 

71,078.  ... And the idea of the trick is this: I go like that, and the tray goes over there, and the eggs – hahaha – are supposed to go into the glasses.  And I want to know why it hasn’t worked.  Tommy Cooper

 

 

71,079.  Can that which is unsavoury be eaten without salt?  Or is there any taste in the white of an egg?  Job 6:6

 

 

71,080.  In April 2004 it was listed for auction by Sotherby’s in New York.  The upper estimate was an astonishing $24 million … Part of a collection of nine imperial Easter eggs amassed over the previous forty years by the Forbes Foundation in New York.  But that sale never took place.  (Egg & Antiques & Auction)  The World’s Most Beautiful Eggs: The Genius of Carl Faberge

 

71,081.  Fabergé made just fifty of these unique pieces.  (Egg & Antiques & Auction)  ibid.

 

 

71,082.  I myself prefer my New Zealand eggs for breakfast.  Queen Elizabeth II

 

 

40,145.  Beckenbauer really has gambled all his eggs.  (Football & Eggs & Gamble)  Ron Atkinson

 

 

98,183.  Throughout the ancient world one symbol was more pervasive than any other.  (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Egg)  Ancient Aliens: Decoding the Cosmic Eggs 9e4, Childress 

 

98,184.  The creation story of the Dogon involves a cosmic egg.  (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Egg)  ibid. 

 

 

103,016.  Go to hospital on an egg.  Spitting Image s5e6, salmonella scare   

 

 

115,608.  This is a mosaic egg, a Faberge egg, one of the most remarkable, one of the most precious objects in the entire royal collection.  (Art & Egg)  Andrew Graham-Dixon: Art, Passion & Power: The Story of the Royal Collection IV: Modern Times

 

 

119,848.  Her:  My nightmare.  I had it again last night.

 

Him:  That you’re inside a golden egg and you can’t get out and you float all alone through space for ever.  (Dream & Egg)  The Vanishing aka Spoorloos 1988 starring Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu & Gene Bervoets & Johanna ter Steege & Gwen Eckhaus & Bernadette le Sache & Tania Latarjet & Lucille Glenn et al, director George Sluizer