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  1. Bem

    "Bem" is the second episode of the second season of the animated science fiction television series Star Trek, the 18th episode overall. It first aired in the NBC Saturday morning lineup on September 14, 1974, and was written by David Gerrold, who wrote the earlier episode "More Tribbles, More Troubles" and worked on several Original Series episodes. This episode marks the first time that Captain James T. Kirk's full name is given, revealing that the middle initial stood for Tiberius, after the Roman emperor. In this episode, the Enterprise crew must cope with a diplomatically sensitive issue involving a guest officer who meddles in a crucial mission.

Anagrams of BEM

  1. B.M.E., EBM, MBE, MEB

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all right

unhurt; not ill or in difficulties etc

You look ill. Are you all right?

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