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New York Times, Wednesday, July 13, 2022

___ Sandoval, two-time All-Star third baseman

Author:
Addison Snell
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FZ} Grid has mirror symmetry. This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Snell.
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© 2022, The New York Times7/13/22 ( No. 26,545 )
Across
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Feature on the right side of the Apple logo : BITE
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___ Sandoval, two-time All-Star third baseman : PABLO
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"White" or "red" trees : OAKS
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Starter home? : EDEN
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Like all the sides in a regular polygon : EQUAL
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Healthful cereal component : BRAN
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"Ah, me!" : ALAS
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Dress (up) : GUSSY
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Prefix with cultural : AGRI
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Make an objection : DEMUR
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Salmon ___ plancha (fish dish) : ALA
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Extract from ore, as metal : SMELT
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"Who Am I?" : JEANVALJEAN
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Big Apple airport code : LGA
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Primary place to park : MAINLOT
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Scottish cap : TAM
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Result of an entente : PACT
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Ranch animal : STEER
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Ferris wheel, e.g. : RIDE
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With 39-Across, "I Am What I Am" : GLORIA
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See 37-Across : GAYNOR
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Hogwarts headmaster Dumbledore : ALBUS
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Word with poison or pig : PEN
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Stop : CEASE
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Not really sing, say : LIPSYNC
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"I think, therefore I am" : RENEDESCARTES
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"I yam what I yam" : POPEYE
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"I Am that I Am" : YAHWEH
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Wedding declarations : IDOS
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Queen ___ lace : ANNES
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Get under the skin of : RILE
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Deli counter call : NEXT
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Bit of pageant wear : TIARA
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"You Dropped a Bomb ___" (1982 hit by the Gap Band) : ONME
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Woody and Buzz Lightyear, for two : TOYS
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QB John in the Pro Football Hall of Fame : ELWAY
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"Zounds!" : EGAD
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Bit of sweat : BEAD
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Just waiting around : IDLE
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One side of a "Twilight" fan debate : TEAMJACOB
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Follow : ENSUE
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Cribbage score keeper : PEG
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Scandinavian liquor whose name means "water of life" : AQUAVIT
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Feature of some city streets : BUSLANE
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French explorer of the Great Lakes : LASALLE
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Classic beer of the Pacific Northwest, familiarly : OLY
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Who nominated Sotomayor and Kagan to the Supreme Court : OBAMA
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Most of Patagonia is in it : ARGENTINA
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Automotive pioneer Benz : KARL
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Peevish state : SNIT
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Zodiac animal between fish and bull : RAM
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Train ___ : SET
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Perseverance's org. : NASA
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George, in Germany : JORG
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Grp. for women who drive : LPGA
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Impudence : GALL
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Kerfuffles : ADOS
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No more than : MERE
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___TV, "Impractical Jokers" airer : TRU
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Main ingredient in a Sazerac : RYE
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Name of brothers in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame : ISLEY
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Capital of Ghana : ACCRA
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Special gear for med. workers : PPE
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Double curve : ESS
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Locale for ZIP code 10001, in brief : NYC
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Contribute to a brainstorming session : IDEATE
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Deny : NAYSAY
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Event held in a ring : RODEO
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Resinous adhesive : EPOXY
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Places to brood : NESTS
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Intense convulsion : THROE
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Family name on TV's "Dallas" : EWING
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1965 march setting : SELMA
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Pub order : PINT
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Follow : HEED
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Love of soccer? : NIL
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Opposite of yep : NAW
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Stretch of time : ERA

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