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Old July 12 2013, 06:40 PM   #5308
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Abraham Lincoln, one of James T. Kirk's historical role models.
B is for Barzan Wormhole. Data and Geordi travelled through it in a shuttlepod.
C is for the Canopus Planet.
D is for "Double Dumb-ass on you!"
E is for Epaulets. Starfleet formal dress uniforms in the Abrams timeline of the mid-23rd century had them.
F is for Federation Funny Farm.
G is for Gillian Taylor. From 1986, but spunky and formidable in any century.
H is for Halley's Comet. Samuel Clemens wanted to see it.
I is for Ilia's scalp. Smooth. Shiny. Reflected more light than some large spatial bodies.
J is for Jeffrey Hunter.
K is for Ketracel-white. Every Jem'Hadar's cocaine fix.
L is for Leeta. Bajoran. Dabo girl. Wife of Rom of Ferenginar. Hottest attraction on the DS9 Promenade.
M is for Metrons.
N is for Nausicaan dom-jot players. They took the game seriously. A little too seriously.
O is for osmotic eel. One of Phlox's little critters that he keeps around for it's medicinal usefulness. What would McCoy think of it?
P is for Proto-matter. Dangerously unstable.
Q is Qap'la, the Klingon gesture for "success" in battle or another important endeavor.
R is for rotating shield frequencies. Shouldn't that have always been standard procedure?
S is for Spock's Shades.
T is for Tyree, friend of James Kirk.
U is for the Ultimate Computer. Which... wasn't.
V is for Vorgons. They traveled through time to find the legendary Tox Uthat, and would keep doing so until they got their hands on the device.
W is for William Shatner's acting talent.
X is for Xindi weaponmaking talent.
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