Two Letter Answers #3

Guess these answers that are only two letters long.
Answer must correspond to highlighted box
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Last updated: December 8, 2019
First submittedDecember 1, 2014
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Clue
Answer
The boob tube
TV
Author Rowling
J.K.
Next after do, re, and mi
Fa
Biden or Cheney
VP
Restaurant that sells blizzards
DQ
The city of angels
LA
Include a third party on an e-mail
CC
Disease also known as consumption
TB
Medical prescription
Rx
Bailed-out U.S. carmaker
GM
After noon
PM
Perth's state
WA
Clue
Answer
Winnebago, for example
RV
Toilet initials (in Britain)
WC
Once common term for an STD
VD
Kalashnikov rifle
AK
Successor to the cassette tape
CD
Group of 193 nations that meet in New York
UN
Capital of the USA
DC
Country code of South Africa
ZA
Allied celebration day on May 8, 1945
VE
Singer Sheeran
Ed
South Korean electronics giant
LG
"Dallas" character who got shot
J.R.
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Level 77
Feb 26, 2015
Finally! A quiz where "LA" is acceptable for "Los Angeles"!
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Level 78
Feb 26, 2015
Here's one
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Level 38
May 15, 2017
Level 69 #Rep2ect
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Level 22
Feb 26, 2015
Needs more time I think
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Level 64
Feb 26, 2015
omg sheeran yeessssss
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Level 58
Feb 26, 2015
Why is this "match the box"? There isn't any duplication, and you really can't solve it by typing all the possible combinations.
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Level 39
Feb 26, 2015
Why Rx for a prescription? Have never heard of that.
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Level 78
Feb 26, 2015
You've never seen this symbol before?
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Level 78
Feb 27, 2015
Are you familiar with the old Rexall Drug Stores? They formed their name from the Rx abbreviation.
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Level 66
Apr 2, 2020
Thank you for the informative answer. Instead of the more common "are you stupid?!" Just because something does not exist in their country.
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Level 78
Apr 2, 2020
I looked it up and it's from the Latin word for recipe - makes sense, I guess.
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Level 73
Apr 2, 2020
Not so old, in Canada
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Level 69
Feb 2, 2017
Never heard of it, must be a US thing?
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Level 54
Mar 24, 2017
No, it is not a US-specific thing. It is what is often written on prescriptions
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Level 66
Apr 2, 2020
Which countries? I have never seen it outside of an american context. (Not meaning I know it of all the countries, at all, just wondering which, if any)
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Level 68
Nov 7, 2017
I'd never heard of it either. Cheers for the info. We don't have that in the UK, at least not in the part I live in.
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Level 45
Sep 3, 2018
I'm from France and I've never seen this either.
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Level 72
Feb 28, 2019
I've certainly seen it in the UK
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Level 63
Apr 2, 2020
According to the Oxford Dictionary 'Rx' is only commonly used in North America.
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Level 35
Feb 27, 2015
UN didnt work for me
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Level 58
Oct 6, 2016
To be fair, a lot of people feel the same, but it's the best we have for now.
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Level 63
Apr 2, 2020
That's your problem then.
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Level 35
Mar 3, 2015
South Africa was the only answer I was sure of. Still I couldn't figure out Los Angeles... Kept thinking of Puebla or Berlin.
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Level 32
Aug 28, 2017
Perth is in Western Australia... WA. :)
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Level 63
Apr 2, 2020
I didn't get Rx and RV because they are only commonly used in North America, and TV because of the clue (boob tube means something different in the UK).
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Level 67
Apr 2, 2020
The Winnebago one is confusing because Winnebago is a lake in New Hampshire. I didn't think of the RV.
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Level 78
Apr 2, 2020
It's also a Native American tribe and counties in IL and Iowa (where the RVs are made), but I knew the answer as soon as I read the clue.
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Level 52
Apr 2, 2020
boob tube is a 'tube top' in the UK. that's so confusing. Had to google it even after the answer came up to understand.
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Level 46
Apr 2, 2020
I had the same problem.
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Level 44
Apr 2, 2020
eyy AK
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Level 44
Apr 2, 2020
Now we need an AR for AR15
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Level 47
Apr 4, 2020
I still don't understand what a boob tube has to do with TV. Assuming TV means the telly? A boob tube is a top, right?