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AK’s General Knowledge A-Z #34

The first answer starts with an A, and so on...
Full names are alphabetised according to surname, not considering a possible surname prefix.
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Last updated: November 20, 2021
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A – Lance who cheated, or Neil who did not, despite persistent conspiracy theories
Armstrong
B – the _____ Boys, band with hit “Surfin’ U.S.A.”
Beach
C – southernmost tip on the small Hornos Island, important for seafaring
Cape Horn
D – male bee, or something remotely controlled
Drone
E – Yorkshire-based TV soap opera since 1972
Emmerdale
F – dance move from Fortnite Battle Royale, or what your dentist urges you to do
Floss
G – what the show must do
Go on
H – Mark Twain’s The Adventures of __________ Finn
Huckleberry
I – to spark off, or an Alan Walker hit
Ignite
J – 3D computer-animated fantasy film Gnomeo & _____
Juliet
K – Mozart’s Serenade No. 13, “Eine _____ Nachtmusik”
Kleine
L – to conduct or direct with authority, or element with symbol Pb
Lead
M – country in Asia whose name includes the verb that means to swim under water
Maldives
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N – where NHL team Predators comes from
Nashville
O – bone in Italian; is −−− ··· ··· −−− in Morse code
Osso
P – cake at breakfast, or Peter in Neverland
Pan
Q – first emperor of China, ___ Shi Huang
Qin
R – whom everybody loves in the title of American sitcom starring Ray Romano
Raymond
S – island shared by France and the Netherlands
Saint Martin
T – capital city where Sofia Coppola’s movie Lost in Translation took place
Tokyo
U – someone with initials U.S. who is a common national personification of the U.S. government
Uncle Sam
V – the world’s largest automaker by sales from 2016 to 2019
Volkswagen
W – graphical operating system first introduced in 1985, or things that allow you to look through walls
Windows
X – first name used by Spanish football (soccer) manager and former midfielder Alonso
Xabi
Y – the best-known Irish poet (“The Second Coming”)
W. B. Yeats
Z – the longest east-flowing river in Africa
Zambezi River
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