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egghead

n. an intellectual person. The eggheads aren’t exactly taking over the world.
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JEREMY Vine will be hunting for two new Eggheads to join the popular general knowledge quiz show.
James Robinson shakes hands with Egghead David Rainford |Main: James on screen with presenter Jeremy Vine
A new version of the show - Revenge of the Egghead with CJ taking on five contestants on his own - is in the middle of a six-week run before Eggheads starts a new series.
Egghead is on the forefront of production and I'm looking forward to pioneering this new form of Entertainment with them.
The programme, which scooped the Green Awards Best Packaging Award 2008 for its eco-packaged EggHead, helps to reduce its impact on the environment.
The challengers select an Egghead to pit theirwits against in a one-on-one round of a particular subject.
Egghead followed this up with another press release in early January, further updating the public on both the internal and criminal investigations, as well as what actions the company had taken and would be taking.
Egghead made headlines in 1997 when the technology products retailer made one of the first radical moves of the Internet economy, announcing it would close all 195 of its Egghead Software brick-and-mortar stores nationwide and take its retail operations online -- Egghead.
Newspapers are a very important vehicle in reaching our customers," said Bari Abdul, Egghead .
The new company will operate out of Menlo Park, California under the name Egghead.
The company, which is changing its name to Egghead.
Egghead's Project Embryo: To help smaller developers crack the distribution channel, Egghead senior vice president Larry Foster created a high-profile program called "Project Embryo" in 1989.
But on the day he was axed, the BBC put out a press release saying it was looking for two new stars through the upcoming show Make Me An Egghead.