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New York Times, Friday, March 15, 2002

Baseball's 1998 All-Star Game M.V.P.

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 66, Blocks: 37 Missing: {QYZ} This is puzzle # 73 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2002, The New York Times3/15/02 ( No. 19,120 )
Across
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Some beets : CHARDS
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Handles : WIELDS
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Spiro's predecessor : HUBERT
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Where toys may be displayed : DOGSHOW
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Baseball's 1998 All-Star Game M.V.P. : ALOMAR
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Record company receipt : DEMOTAPE
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Chuck Berry title girl : NADINE
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Painted vessel, perhaps : EWER
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___ legs : SEA
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Siren : SEXKITTEN
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Take nothing in : FAST
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Unlike wild horses : SHOD
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Astronomer Tycho : BRAHE
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Seine sights : BATEAUX
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Clothier, in Cambridge : DRAPER
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Supporters : PATRONS
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Cooks, in a way : BRAISES
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Where the worldly-wise have been : AROUND
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Ranch area : FEEDLOT
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Heredity, so to speak : GENES
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Big zero : NADA
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Not up : ABED
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Oath : SOLEMNVOW
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Word in a prohibition : NOT
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Master's superiors? : PHDS
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Begin participating : JOININ
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Get going : INITIATE
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For less : ONSALE
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Not totally amateur : SEMIPRO
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Happen to : BETIDE
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___ fly : TSETSE
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Defeated in a face-off, with "down" : STARED
Down
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Director and star of "Armour of God" : CHAN
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Dances in grass? : HULAS
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Quarters : ABODE
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Edit for radio, maybe : REMIX
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Had a shot : DRANK
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Best Actress winner of 1968 : STREISAND
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They can deliver : WOMEN
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Violinist Oistrakh : IGOR
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Old self-realization program : EST
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14-Across entrant : LHASAAPSO
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Track record? : DOPESHEET
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Some display letters : SWEATERS
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Wet, in a way : DEWED
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Get clean, so to speak : DETOX
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Start of a conclusion : THUS
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Delicate : FRAIL
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"Marmaduke" cartoonist Anderson : BRAD
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Unembellished : BAREBONES
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Previously : ATONETIME
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Aligned : TRUED
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Almost forever : EONS
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Great things to work at : DREAMJOBS
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Wiccan, e.g. : PAGANIST
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Saint known as "The Venerable" : BEDE
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Kind of alarm : FALSE
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Give the O.K. : NODTO
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What a certificate may represent : SHARE
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Chamber composition : NONET
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Prospect : VISTA
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Broadcasting : ONAIR
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"The Canterville Ghost" author : WILDE
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1960's-70's backup group, with "the" : PIPS
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Not just desire : NEED
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Part of an even exchange : TIT

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later.

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