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Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 30 Jun 19, Sunday
-The Telegraph – Quick Crossword – June 24 2018
Newsday.com Crossword – Sep 16 2017
Random information on the term “Maestro”:
A pandit (IAST: paṇḍita), also spelled pundit (both pronounced /ˈpʌndɪθ/; Sanskrit: पण्डित; abbreviated as Pt. or Pdt.) is a scholar or a teacher of any field of knowledge in Hinduism, particularly the Vedic scriptures, dharma, Hindu philosophy, or secular subjects such as music. He may be a Guru in a Gurukul.
In Sanskrit, states Monier Williams, Pandit generally refers to any “wise, educated or learned man” with specialized knowledge. The term is derived from paṇḍ (पण्ड्) which means “to collect, heap, pile up”, and this root is used in the sense of knowledge. The term is found in Vedic and post-Vedic texts, but without any sociological context. In the colonial era literature, the term generally refers to Brahmins specialized in Hindu law.
The related term Purohit refers to a house priest.
Random information on the term “ACE”:
In baseball, an ace is the best starting pitcher on a team and nearly always the first pitcher in the team’s starting rotation. Barring injury or exceptional circumstances, an ace typically starts on Opening Day. In addition, aces are usually preferred to start crucial playoff games, sometimes on three days rest.
The term may be a derivation of the nickname of Asa Brainard, (real first name: “Asahel”), a 19th-century star pitcher, who was sometimes referred to as “Ace”.
In the early days of baseball, the term “ace” was used to refer to a run.
A lot of modern baseball analysts and fans have started using the term “ace” to refer to the elite pitchers in the game, not necessarily to the best starting pitcher on each team. For example, the April 27, 1981 Sports Illustrated cover was captioned “The Amazing A’s and Their Five Aces” to describe the starting rotation of the 1981 Oakland Athletics.