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New York Times, Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Six-time All-Star for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2013-18)

Author:
Peter A. Collins
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Peter A. Collins

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {KQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 113 for Mr. Collins.
Peter A. Collins notes:
The genesis of this puzzle was noticing that the baseball player PAUL GOLDSCHMIDT had the word "gold" in his last name and the ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Ah, the periodic table, we constructors know thee well. A chart filled with one- and two-letter symbols begging to be used in codes? ... read more
Jim Horne notes:

Bloggers need to be prepared for a revival of the great "Is it DUCT TAPE or DUCK TAPE?" controversy. Just stay out of that one. You can't win.

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© 2020, The New York Times7/22/20 ( No. 25,824 )
Across
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Accumulated, with "up" : PILED
6
Asked earnestly : PLED
10
___ War (1899-1902) : BOER
14
Muscat resident : OMANI
15
Org. that supported the Lovings in Loving v. Virginia : ACLU
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Humerus attachment : ULNA
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Six-time All-Star for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2013-18) : PAULGOLDSCHMIDT
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"Shut ... UP!," in a text : OMG
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Java, for one: Abbr. : ISL
22
Flummoxed : ATALOSS
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Taraji P. ___, star of "Hidden Figures" : HENSON
26
Word with twist or tongue : TIE
27
"Moonbeam," for a flashlight, e.g. : MILITARYJARGON
32
Compound containing an NH2 group, informally : AMINO
33
Shirts and blouses : TOPS
34
Yule quaff : NOG
36
Some hosp. workers : LPNS
37
Circe turned Odysseus' men into these, in the "Odyssey" : SWINE
39
"Little" fellow of old comics : NEMO
40
Spike in movie rentals? : LEE
41
Part of a wineglass : STEM
42
Kingdom of horsemen in "The Lord of the Rings" : ROHAN
43
"Are you as jazzed as I am?" : ISNTITEXCITING
47
Alley ___ : OOP
48
"Enough already!" : STOPIT
49
Class for baseball's Albuquerque Isotopes : TRIPLEA
53
___ Records (British label) : EMI
54
Univ. paper graders, maybe : TAS
57
People are protected when they're in it : SAFEENVIRONMENT
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Aide: Abbr. : ASST
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Man of the cloth? : DIOR
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Rich dessert : TORTE
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Some sorority chapters : RHOS
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Yemen's capital : SANA
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Start : ONSET
Down
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Cops, in slang : POPO
2
One leading the faithful in prayer : IMAM
3
Some creases on the face : LAUGHLINES
4
Photo blowup: Abbr. : ENL
5
Start, as a meal : DIGINTO
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Ghostly shade : PALLOR
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Like some TV screens, for short : LCD
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Who sings "Let It Go" in "Frozen" : ELSA
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Aid in some makeshift repairs : DUCTTAPE
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Cause of a limp, maybe : BUMLEG
11
Mixture : OLIO
12
Some rushers, in football : ENDS
13
"Dagnabbit!" : RATS
18
Greek peak southeast of Olympus : OSSA
19
Bits of forensic evidence : HAIRS
24
Start of a German count : EINS
25
WSJ competitor : NYTIMES
27
Shopping ___ : MALL
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Louvre Pyramid architect : IMPEI
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Rocker Bon Jovi : JON
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Bob Feller and Nolan Ryan each pitched 12 of these : ONEHITTERS
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For whom "time and tide wait," in a saying : NOMAN
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Pagoda instrument : GONG
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Per diem payments, e.g. : STIPENDS
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Like the monsoon season : WET
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"Me? Uh-uh!" : NOTI
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Crept quietly : STOLE
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Castigate : RIPINTO
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Apartment restriction : NOPETS
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Onetime Nissan S.U.V. : XTERRA
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Spanish for "how" : COMO
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Ivan or Peter, e.g. : TSAR
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Overly hasty : RASH
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"Given that ..." : IFSO
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Reebok competitor : AVIA
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Pay (up) : ANTE
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Leave in : STET
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B+, e.g. : ION
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Part of many a three-day weekend: Abbr. : MON

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle.

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