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The Girl Who Threw Butterflies Word Puzzle

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Across
  1. 2. Four (plates) that all must be touched by a runner in the game of baseball.
  2. 3. The experience of being sleep deprived because of the inability of rest, nap, or sleep.
  3. 5. A person that runs around the bases of a baseball diamond and is a member of the team at bat.
  4. 7. A deep feeling of distress that is commonly caused by the loss or disappointment of something.
  5. 11. When someone is puzzled or baffled by something.
  6. 13. Typically a form of sport or play that is played (typically) by people according to its rules and expectations and also sometimes based of the skill of its players.
  7. 14. A player in a game of baseball that pitches the baseball.
  8. 16. A baseball player that is stationed at one of the infield positions of the baseball diamond (during a game of baseball).
  9. 18. (Based on someone's manner or how they behave). Someone who may be sharing secret knowledge with someone.
  10. 20. Amusing; funny.
  11. 21. Something that is (typically/ commonly) remembered from the past; a recollection of past events or thoughts.
Down
  1. 1. A group of players forming one side in a (competitive) game or sport.
  2. 2. A ball game that is played by two teams of nine on a diamond shaped circuit that is composed of four bases.
  3. 4. Something that is unexpected or astonishing.
  4. 6. Feeling or showing jealousy.
  5. 8. Someone that is incredibly skilled at something and passes it onto others by helping them practice in order to master that skill in particular.
  6. 9. The comprehension of something.
  7. 10. A slow pitch that has no spin and moves erratically.
  8. 12. An over-sized glove made of leather used by baseball players to catch a baseball.
  9. 15. A publication which is printed consisting of (mainly) news, informative articles, and advertisements.
  10. 17. To perform an activity repeatedly in order to achieve a particular goal or to maintain the proficiency of a skill.
  11. 19. Especially composed in a newspaper, a (brief) biography of a typically deceased person which serves as a notification of their death.