A is for Angel One. Home to a matriarchal society of humans.
B is for Barry. Barry Waddle. Dealer in kevas and trillium. In reality a surgically-altered Klingon named Arne Darvin.
C is for Chang. One-eyed Klingon bastard.
D is for Dimorus, world of rodent things that threw poison darts.
E is for Excalbians. Smokin!
F is for Ferengi Tooth Sharpener. All Quark had when he was a kid was a cheap wooden chew stick.
G is for Gav. Tellarite pig.
H is for holograms. AKA photonic lifeforms. My holodeck stripper shouldn't be able to petition for her rights.
I is for IDIC. Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations.
J is for Justman. Robert Justman.
K is for Kate Mulgrew.
L is for Leonard H. McCoy.
M is for Madge Sinclair, who played the female captain of the USS Saratoga in the fourth Trek film.
N is for Nichelle Nichols.
O is for Open Sesame, Data's humorous quote as he tried to unlock a magnetically sealed door hiding Tolian Soran's trilithium probe.
P is for PADD (Personal Access Display Device) or Starfleet's iPad.
Q is for Quark's Bar. Where Morn will always try to talk your ear off. But never on camera.
R is for Robert Picardo.
S is for Siddig el Fadil
T is for Trainer Shuttles, used by Starfleet Academy.
U is for uniforms. Which at times weren't very uniform.
V is for Vendikar's Orbital Bombs, which once existed but no longer do....except in the memory banks of the Eminian warfighting computer.
W is for William Shatner's girdle.
X is for Xindi-Reptillian clothes. They had lots of metallic rings that had no seeming practical function.
Y is for Yangs. One of two ethnic groups on planet Omega IV.
Z is for Zora. A scientist known for her cruel experiments on the humanoid tribes of Tiburon. End-of-line.