The New York Times Crossword

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ACROSS

1 Churchill Downs, to horse rac­ing fans

6 So-called

“bat­tery acid”

9 Strik­ing

14 Words after “Stuck” or “High” in hit song ti­tles

15 Con­trol tower pro­jec­tion, for short

16 Sus­cep­ti­ble

17 Wendy’s burger for “dis­cern­ing car­ni­vores”

19 It’ll give a

chip zip

20 “This is gonna

be amaz­ing!”

21 Daz­zling fig­ure

skat­ing feat

22 Abbr. for

Lucasfilm

23 Court fi­nales

26 Sandy islet

27 Do some

plot work

28 One to one, say 29 Get at

32 Shake­speare’s Shy­lock, for one

35 El­dest of

the Pleiades

36 Group of horses? 37 Cher or Adele,

e.g.

38 Small­est in­fi­nite

car­di­nal num­ber 40 Op­po­site

of nar­row

41 Close at­ten­tion,

in brief

42 Uber app abbr. 43 Mod­icum

44 Sim­ple, sim­ple,

sim­ple

48 Stingers

from a gun

51 One de­voted

to Mary? 52 Its logo fea­tures a flam­ing ball

54 He joined the

52-Across in 2004 56 Ti­tle role player in 2013’s “Man­dela: Long Walk to Free­dom”

57 Plasma,

for one

58 Heart­beat

59 One who might tar­get four min­utes

60 What Willy Lo­man was in

61 “Dream on!”

62 Get rid of

DOWN

1 Com­pany once named So­cony-Vac­uum 2 Pass

3 Palm­like

trop­i­cal plant

4 Cousin of

a pole­cat

5 Sally Field’s role in “The Amaz­ing Spi­der-Man”

6 Un­leash

upon

7 Not the

mov­able type

8 Main vil­lain in “The Phantom Men­ace”

9 Some ex­ecs 10 Many a dweller along the Euphrates

11 As­signed, as to do char­ity work, in modern lingo 12 Con­stantly

want­ing more

13 Un­wa­ver­ingly

com­mit­ted to

18 Fol­lower of

fire or bombs

24 Bos­ton ___

25 Be short

26 Sound in a storm 29 “No clue”

30 Worker al­ways seen with a beard

31 Bit by bit

32 Eas­ily dis­gusted 33 ___-de-sac

34 Dres­sage con­cern 36 “Pain at an­other’s good,” per Plutarch

39 Bears

40 Pity party cry

43 Gui­tarist

Hen­drix

45 Go down

46 Queen’s “We Are the Cham­pi­ons,” vis-à-vis “We Will Rock You”

47 Dry out

48 Gor­geous,

to Gior­gio

49 Ones up in arms? 50 Va­cancy sign?

53 Pro­bate fig­ure

55 Rel­a­tive of “die”

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