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Can you name the words or names that begin with each letter of the alphabet and end in 'Z'?
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Known as 'The Rock', this California island has variously housed a lighthouse, military fort and prison.
The first name of a Pixar character, it was inspired by the second man to walk on the moon.
Many people mistakenly add a 't' to the last name of this 'Peanuts' creator. (2 words)
The Korean version of this abbreviated area crosses the 38th parallel.
From the German for 'replacement', a substitute usually of lower quality.
Tactile differentiation of peaches from nectarines.
Extravagant showiness or ostentation, it is often paired with 'glamor'.
John Kerry's wife is the heir to this pickle and ketchup manufacturing giant.
The Spanish version of the female name 'Agnes'
He didn't get top billing on a #1 Hot 100 song until 2009's 'Empire State of Mind'.
Frequency measured in 1,000s of cycles per second.
The 21st most common last name in the US. Just ask George or Jennifer.
Professional moniker of the Real World/Road Rules contestant who became the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
Last name of the Commander-in-chief of the US Pacific navy in WW2, or the aircraft carrier named after him.
Fictional land whose name was inspired by the bottom drawer in L. Frank Baum's filing cabinet.
One who has this might be exciting and interesting.
By some accounts, this word was created in a 1791 bet to introduce a nonsense word and make it known to Dubliners overnight.
In a 1993 contest, Crayola named a shade of crimson this word, which describes something impressive but confusing.
The entertainment industry as a whole, colloquially.
The only Looney Toon character we can reasonably be sure of being Australian.
Either team that calls home court Salt Lake City's EnergySoutions Arena. (2 words)
Last word in the name of the Exxon supertanker that in 1989 caused the largest oil spill to that date.
May follow Gee, Math or Cheez.
None-too-subtle hint that your fly may be undone.
IATA code for Toronto's major airport, as immortalized in an instrumental by Rush.
1973 sci-fi film starring Sean Connery and directed by John Boorman.
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