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New York Times, Thursday, June 21, 2018

___ v. Ohio (landmark case barring illegally obtained evidence from being used in court)

Author:
Milo Beckman and David Steinberg
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 13, Columns: 17 Words: 80, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Beckman. This is puzzle # 82 for Mr. Steinberg. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
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© 2018, The New York Times6/21/18 ( No. 25,062 )
Across
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Drive follower : THRU
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Flower part : STAMEN
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Gilpin of "Frasier" : PERI
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Some cross-country flights : REDEYES
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Path to an Oscar? : REDCARPET
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Foe of Snoopy : REDBARON
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"Peace, y'all!" : ADIOSAMIGOS
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___ flu : ASIAN
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Syracuse athletes, once : ORANGEMEN
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Tropicana plant : ORANGETREE
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Ingredient in a classic gin martini : ORANGEBITTERS
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Mate's consent : AYE
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Big acronym in Hollywood : SAG
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A.F.L.-___ : CIO
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Salad items picked at the midpoint of their maturity : YELLOWPEPPERS
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Path in a hit 1939 film : YELLOWBRICKROAD
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Cyberaddresses : URLS
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Run ___ of : AFOUL
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Libretto listing : ARIA
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Lambeau Field pro : GREENBAYPACKER
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DC Comics hero with a magic ring : GREENLANTERN
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What you may have that I can't? : ARE
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A traffic jam may change it, for short : ETA
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Wrangler rival : LEE
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Villainous army in a 1968 Beatles film : BLUEMEANIES
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Some shopping restrictions : BLUELAWS
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University of Delaware mascot : BLUEHEN
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Some luxury cars : AUDIS
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In a slump : OFFONESGAME
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Flowery writing : PURPLEPROSE
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Hero decorations : PURPLEHEARTS
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Prince album that was #1 for 24 weeks : PURPLERAIN
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Luxurious : POSH
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Accepts a perceived flaw with pride : OWNSIT
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Check out : OGLE
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"Go, ___!" : TEAM
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Chicago's ___ Park : HYDE
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Horse leader? : REIN
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What gets the show on the road, for short? : USO
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"Boo!" shouter : SCARER
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Having hardly any spice : TAME
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Start of a new year : ARIES
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Fueling concern, in brief : MPG
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Fair-hiring inits., as for L.G.B.T. workers : EEO
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Grp. called in when things go off the rails? : NTSB
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Minister's office : PASTORATE
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Stop on Amtrak's Lake Shore Limited : ERIE
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Tornado sound : ROAR
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Stonewall and others : INNS
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Dyeing art : BATIK
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Ocular infection : STYE
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Old transportation agcy. : ICC
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H.S. course in which students might read Cervantes : APSPANISH
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Emergency cry from a pilot : ABORT
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The "me" of "Despicable Me" : GRU
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___ crawl : PUB
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The Gay Nineties, e.g. : ERA
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Wield : PLY
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Bag, in product names : SAK
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"___ say!" : ILL
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Material collected in Minecraft : ORE
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Publicize : AIR
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L.G.B.T. activist Savage : DAN
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Toll : FEE
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Crop up : ARISE
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Start to cry? : CEE
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Home to every M.L.B. club whose name starts with "A" : ALWEST
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Adjective-to-noun changer : NESS
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Then: Fr. : ALORS
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___ v. Ohio (landmark case barring illegally obtained evidence from being used in court) : MAPP
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Prefix with skeptic : EURO
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Big scenes : ADOS
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Manhattan area north of TriBeCa : SOHO
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Prefix with discrimination : ANTI
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Den ___, Nederland : HAAG
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Boy's name that's a fruit spelled backward : EMIL
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Chilean child : NENE
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Small number : FEW
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Rooter : FAN
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Miracle-___ : GRO

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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