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New York
      
Mets
Mets
   play at   
Citi Field
Previously Shea Stadium
1969
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Mets
5 games v. Baltimore Orioles. MVP: Don Clendenon
1986
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Mets
7 games v. Boston Red Sox. MVP: Ray Knight
Mets
   in Latin would be   
Metropolitae
Joe Torre
   was manager of   
New York Mets
1977-1981
Casey Stengel
   was manager of   
New York Mets
1962-1965
Davey Johnson
   was manager of   
New York Mets
1984-1990
Art Howe
   was manager of   
New York Mets
2003-2004
Bobby Valentine
   was manager of   
New York Mets
1996-2002
Gil Hodges
   was manager of   
New York Mets
1968-1971
Helmets
   are used in   
Canyoning
Helmets
   are used in   
Ice Hockey
Helmets
   are used in   
Softball
Helmets
   are used in   
Cricket
Tell Ponting to buy one with a better grille.
Comets
   is based in   
Houston
Now defunct
Gabriël Metsu
   represents   
Dutch Golden Age
Dutch Painter
Ilumetsä
   is found in   
Estonia
One of a field
Police Helmets
   was performed by   
Chapman, Idle and Palin
Policeman: "Mind you I didn't join the police force just to wear the helmets you know. That just happens to be one of the little perks. There are plenty of jobs where I could have worn a helmet, but not such a nice helmet. This helmet, I think, beats even some of the more elaborate helmets worn by the Tsar's private army, the so-called Axi red warriors. You know about them?"
Gabriël Metsu
   painted   
Man Writing a Letter
1664-1666, oil on canvas; National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
Gabriël Metsu
   painted   
The Sick Child
C. 1664, oil on canvas; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Gabriël Metsu
   painted   
Woman Reading a Letter
1665, National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
Bill Haley
   and   
The Comets
Helmets
   are used in   
Climbing
Comets
   is described as   
Nebulous Objects of Ice and Dust That Orbit the Sun
Generally in highly eccentric orbits
Jawzahr
   is   
The Islamic Dragon Said to Be Responsible for Comets, Eclipses and the Aurora Borealis
Helmets
   are used in   
Baseball
Bill Haley and His Comets
   released the single   
Crazy Man, Crazy
1953; first recognized rock and roll recording to hit the American music charts
Bill Haley and His Comets
   released the single   
Shake, Rattle & Roll
1954; cover of early rock classic; reached #7 on the Billboard pop chart spending a half-year on the chart
Police Helmets
   contains the line   
I Didn't Join the Police Force Just to Wear the Helmets
Mind you I didn't join the police force just to wear the helmets you know. That just happens to be one of the little perks. There are plenty of jobs where I could have worn a helmet, but not such a nice helmet. This helmet, I think, beats even some of the more elaborate helmets worn by the Tsar's private army ...
Rock Around The Clock (1956)
   starred   
Bill Haley & The Comets and The Platters
Director: Fred F. Sears. Also starred Tony Martinez, Freddie Ball and Alan Freed.
Bruce Boston
   won the award for the poem   
For Spacers Snarled in the Hair of Comets
1985, Best Short Poem
"Rock Around the Clock"
   was released by   
Bill Haley and His Comets
1955 - inducted in 1982; 8 weeks as #1 on the Billboard chart; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
50,000AU from the Sun, Over 1 Trillion Comets, About 1 Light Year Away
   are all   
Descriptions of the Oort Cloud
Helmets
   are used in   
American Football
Bill Haley & The Comets
   performed   
See You Later Alligator
1956, US 6, UK 7
Helmets
   are used in   
Caving
Gabriël Metsu
   painted   
The Doctor's Visit
1660's, oil on canvas; The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia
Bill Haley and His Comets
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Rock Around the Clock
November 25 1955 for 3 weeks and January 6 1956 for 2 weeks
Virgule, Guillemets, Trait D’Union
   are all   
French Punctuation






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