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AK’s General Knowledge A-Z #68

The first answer starts with an A, and so on...
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Last updated: March 10, 2023
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A – a rod that passes through the centre of a wheel or group of wheels
Axle
B – between a Knight and a Queen, behind a Pawn
Bishop
C – country hosting the geographical midpoint of Africa
Central African Republic
D – French composer Claude ("Clair de lune")
Debussy
E – Avengers: _______; was the highest-grossing film of all time from July 2019 until March 2021
Endgame
F – Gustave who wrote Madame Bovary, a novel that became a bestseller because of a trial where the author was accused of insulting public morals
Flaubert
G – precedes night, follows feel
Good
H – brother of Dewey and Louie
Huey
I – good things that are used to pave the road to hell
Intentions
J – not Wozniak, but the other Steve whose Macintosh was the first mass-produced computer with a graphical user interface
Jobs
K – Mexican painter Frida who was disabled by polio as a child and chronically injured in a bus accident at 18
Kahlo
L – Richard Bach’s illustrated novella Jonathan __________ Seagull
Livingston
M – sassy friend of Joan in Girlfriends, or a Mesoamerican civilization
Maya
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N – a mesh stretched to divide a court, or to receive as profit
Net
O – tree in the genus Quercus, whose fruit is a nut called an acorn or ___ nut
Oak
P – island nation where the largest islands are Luzon and Mindanao
The Philippines
Q – Latin for “oak tree” (and you know this)
Quercus
R – is “rojo” in Spanish, rum in The Shining, or Sox in Boston
Red
S – a huge thing that has a pale yellow hue due to ammonia crystals and a ring system with ice particles and rocky debris
Saturn
T – capital city whose name means “three cities”
Tripoli
U – a region of central Italy; the only landlocked region on the Apennine Peninsula
Umbria
V – team sport developed by William Morgan with hundreds of millions of active players
Volleyball
W – American actress Betty (1922–2021), or what some lies are
White
X – American rapper and TV presenter whose stage name is pronounced "exhibit"
Xzibit
Y – national park in California with granite cliffs, waterfalls, glaciers, etc.
Yosemite
Z – shingles, also known as herpes ______
Zoster
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