Quebec Uniform India Zulu In this final round, each answer is one of the twenty-six words in the NATO phonetic alphabet.
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Contestants Britter Gunderson and Meghan Ballback compete in the Ask Me Another final round at The Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Contestants Britter Gunderson and Meghan Ballback compete in the Ask Me Another final round at The Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.

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The NATO phonetic alphabet has many super-serious uses, but we primarily know it as those words you use when you're trying to spell your name over the phone. In this final round, each answer is one of those twenty-six words. Good luck, and may the best contestant W-as-in-Whiskey, I-as-in-India, N-as-in-November!

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