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New York Times, Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Author:
Roy Leban
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Roy Leban

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Leban. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Notepad: The five Across answers with only years for clues are the five most recent members of a particular category.
Roy Leban notes:
Many people in the puzzle world know me as the founder of puzzle technology company Puzzazz. Of course, I solve the NYT crossword ... read more
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Roy constructed this puzzle shortly after American Pharoah won the Preakness in May. We had an understanding: If American Pharoah wins ... read more
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Even though I know little about horse racing, I enjoyed this puzzle. Fortuitous that the five Triple Crown winners fit so nice and ... read more
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© 2015, The New York TimesNo. 0609 ( 23,954 )

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Across
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Marsupial that looks like a small bear : WOMBAT
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Mrs. en français : MME
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Price : COST
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Much-discussed program of the 1960s-'70s : APOLLO
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Smallish batteries : AAS
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___ Empire : INCA
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Cash in : REDEEM
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[1948] : CITATION
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St. Louis landmark : ARCH
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Home of the Belmont Stakes : NEWYORK
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[1977] : SEATTLESLEW
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Formerly : NEE
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W.W. II foe : AXIS
29
See 30-Across : ALLY
30
One 29-Across of the U.S. in W.W. II : USSR
31
Flit (about) : GAD
32
"Picnic" playwright : INGE
33
Place to be pampered : SPA
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[2015] : AMERICANPHAROAH
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Money-saving way to make repairs, for short : DIY
42
Inevitable ruin : DOOM
43
Hosp. diagnostic : MRI
44
Tousle, as the hair : MUSS
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Commercial prefix with postale : AERO
48
1 1 1 : ONES
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Sch. in Terre Haute, Ames or Pocatello : ISU
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[1973] : SECRETARIAT
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"On the Road" novelist : KEROUAC
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Descriptive of some undesirable consequences : DIRE
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[1978] : AFFIRMED
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Nullify : NEGATE
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Contest with lightsabers : DUEL
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End of a university's domain : EDU
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Garden figures : GNOMES
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88 or 98 of autodom : OLDS
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"Get my point?" : SEE
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December shopping mall figures : SANTAS
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Man-o'-___ (old battleship) : WAR
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Uncover, poetically : OPE
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Cool in the mid-1960s : MOD
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Meadow sounds : BLEATS
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A serious one might be red : ALERT
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"Patriot Games" novelist : TOMCLANCY
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Bub : MAC
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For the most part : MAINLY
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First name at the cosmetics counter : ESTEE
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Louisville or Baltimore : CITY
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They might make you cry : ONIONS
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Numbers on the board : SCORES
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Petroleum ship : TANKER
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"Isn't she cute?!" : AWW
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Hägar's wife, in the comics : HELGA
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Many a Viking tale : SAGA
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Final, for one : EXAM
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Congressional staffer : AIDE
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Thin : SLENDER
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Onetime Mideast grp. : UAR
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Roman trio : III
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Events for the police blotter : SHOOTINGS
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Spray in the kitchen : PAM
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Hwys. : RDS
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Studied, with "over" : PORED
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Upscale chain hotel : OMNI
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Infield, for one : AREA
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Pulitzer Prize category: Abbr. : HIST
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Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, with "The" : MIKADO
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Worth having : USEFUL
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Browsed, as the Internet : SURFED
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Consent, as to a request : ACCEDE
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___ Trail : OREGON
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California's Big ___ : SUR
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Eponymous chair designer : EAMES
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Sports venue : ARENA
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De-squeaks : OILS
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Like many payments on the first of the month : DUE
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Qty. : AMT
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Word with black or blended : TEA
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Curve of a sort : ESS

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