A is for Axanar, site of an historic battle won by the legendary Starfleet captain Garth of Izar circa 2250. B is for Bajoran Boobage. C is for Chase Masterson, who portrays the sexy Leeta; prime example of 'Bajoran Boobage'.... D is for D7 Battle Cruisers, the most advanced and powerful Klingon warships at the time of James Kirk's legendary five-year mission. E is for Excelsior. F is for the Farragut. At least three Federation starships have carried this proud name on their hulls. G is for Grayson. Amanda Grayson. Spock's mother and a supposed descendant of Richard "Dick" Grayson from the 20th Century. He may have worked for a man that was sometimes known as "Batman". H is for Hengist. Kill, kill, kill you all. I is Ishara Yar. J is for Jim. Your name... is Jim. K is for Khan. You know...."KHAAAAAANNNNNNN!!!!!!!" L is for Laurel leaves. Kirk once wondered if he and his officers should have gathered a few for the being Apollo in return for what his race had done for ancient Earth and human history. M is for Mistress. The title given to Beata, the elected one of Angel 1. N is for Narendra III, site of the heroic sacrifice of the Enterprise-C in 2344. O is for "Oobie Doobie". From Cochrane's favorite drinking song. P is for Paris, city in France on Earth and the location of the offices of the Federation President. Q is for Quantum Torpedoes. The pretty, purply ones. R is for the Romulan Neutral Zone, established by subspace radio in 2160 following the end of the bloody war with Earth and her allies. S is for Scotch. Scotty's favorite drink. T is for Tholian silk. Kasidy Yates was fond of its texture and appearance. U is for Universal Armageddon. V is for Valkris, buxom Klingon spy who stole a copy of the Genesis Project materials for Commander Kruge - and was then swiftly eliminated for having seen the contents.