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Can you fill in the blanks to these facts about Easter?

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Americans spend about $1.9 _______ on Easter candy.
Approximately 70% of Easter candy bought is _________.
The tallest Easter egg on record was made in _____ in 2011.
The term 'Easter' gets its name from the word '______', an Anglo-Saxon god.
In the United States, only __ of the 50 US states recognize Good Friday as a holiday.
Americans buy nearly 700 _______ marshmallow Peeps during Easter.
Americans eat more jelly beans at Easter to go around the world _ times.
76% of people go for the ____ on the Russell Stover chocolate bunny first.
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During Easter, nearly 90 million chocolate _______ are produced.
About $__._ billion is spent in total for Easter holiday.
FL held the largest Easter egg hunt, where _,___ children hunted
___,___ eggs were hidden at this hunt (previous)
Eggs are dyed to represent the blood of _____
Easter is the second most candy-filled holiday of the year, next to _________.
Back in 1953, it took 27 hours to make one ____!
The White House Easter Egg Roll started in ____

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