Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Your fu­ture can be re­molded like clay. Be­cause the fu­ture is mal­leable it isn’t wise to base your de­ci­sions only on the lat­est news. Con­di­tions can change swiftly in the week ahead.

TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20): Your flare for fash­ion or peo­ple skills might come in handy as this week un­folds. Find ways to en­hance your ap­pear­ance and make your­self more at­trac­tive in the week ahead.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Peo­ple will be happy to per­form fa­vors or give you the sup­port you need in the up­com­ing week. A sig­nif­i­cant other may be in­trigued or ob­sessed by some­thing out of the or­di­nary.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22): Ev­ery fan­tasy fan knows it isn’t wise to poke a sleep­ing dragon. You could be tempted to rebel against au­thor­ity or chal­lenge the sta­tus quo. Fo­cus on liv­ing up to re­spon­si­bil­i­ties in the week ahead.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Star qual­ity comes in many shapes and forms. Some­one might re­mind you that you pos­sess many tal­ents. Your job and busi­ness obli­ga­tions need to be taken se­ri­ously in the week to come.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Keep your eye on the prize. With taxes out of the way you can set your sights on fu­ture fi­nan­cial se­cu­rity. In the week ahead per­form those lit­tle chores that will set the wheels in mo­tion.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Sur­round your­self with in­ter­est­ing peo­ple and min­gle with movers and shak­ers in the com­ing week. You can’t be de­pressed if you have lively con­ver­sa­tions and take an in­ter­est in oth­ers.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Noth­ing is im­pos­si­ble to achieve if you set your mind to it. De­ter­mi­na­tion is a key as­set in be­ing suc­cess­ful in the week ahead. Be sure you get all the facts straight be­fore you act.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Bat­tles are won or lost in the prepa­ra­tion. Your fi­nan­cial con­di­tion can im­prove this week if you are or­ga­nized. Take a break from peo­ple who think in­side the box or who refuse to be flex­i­ble.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Raise the bar a notch higher. You’ve done well for your­self and achieved a mod­er­ate level of suc­cess. This week go even fur­ther and plot a fu­ture that will of­fer ro­man­tic and fi­nan­cial com­forts.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): In­dulge in a sense of ad­ven­ture and ex­plore the way the “other half” lives in the week ahead. Don’t let any­one stand in your way or dis­cour­age you from pur­su­ing a worth­while ob­jec­tive.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): It isn’t nec­es­sary to buy some­thing to bol­ster your self-es­teem. You may long to own a unique col­lectible or the lat­est com­puter gad­get. You may be prompted to make im­pul­sive pur­chases this week. TWICE OVER By Tim­o­thy E. Parker


1 Hi­ero­glyph­ics snakes

5 Type of cen­ter 8 Word with Christ­mas

11 Source of pub­lish­ing rev­enue

14 “___ the night be­fore ...”

18 First-cen­tury Ro­man em­peror

19 Handy pro­pel­ler 20 Bad school mark? 22 It can re­ward rel­a­tives

23 “Keep them com­ing” or­derer

26 Sand­wich cookie 27 Some bridge ma­neu­vers

28 Shenani­gans events

29 Wine testers

31 “It’s been ___

32 One of sev­eral named in a 22-Across 33 Cent’s pur­chas­ing amount, ar­chaically

34 At all times, in

36 Per­ceive

37 At­tached thing

38 Be de­ci­sive

41 Salad va­ri­ety

44 Place for cow­ards 46 Hal­loween haul 50 Am­bidex­trous 52 Find out for sure 54 As­cer­tained 55 Bon­ham Carter film

56 “Let me think ...” 58 Lus­cious dessert or plea­sure” po­etry of 62 Lengthy test an­swer 63 Give ser­mons

65 Hair ap­pli­ca­tion 66 12,672,000 inches 70 Low-cost and lowqual­ity, in slang 72 23-Across friends

73 Verso’s op­po­site 77 Tot’s read­ing

80 Word with bad late

81 Far less at­trac­tive 82 “Plus ...”

83 Ja­panese cincher

84 Many a sports car 86 Show in­sta­bil­ity 90 Cheese va­ri­ety 93 Cast­away’s land 94 Cou­ple-up for life 95 Ban­shee ut­ter­ances 97 Buddy rel­a­tive 99 Phrase that cou­ples 101 Un­cou­pled one 104 At once

107 Two-masted craft 112 Layer of frozen wa­ter 113 Call to duty

114 With­out any trouble 115 Hawaii’s state bird 116 It re­quires us­ing subs 119 Wild ox of In­dia 120 Orange rel­a­tive 121 Floor cleaner

122 Zest for life

123 Once-cou­pled ones 124 Vote for pas­sage 125 ___ Ma­teo, Calif. 126 Lever ver­bally? 127 Fea­tures of many sports courts and gar­ment


1 Bone cav­i­ties 2 Runoff col­lec­tor 3 Deep in­ves­ti­ga­tion 4 Bul­gar­ian place or 5 “Friends” role

6 Thing to do and run 7 Doc­trine

8 Forms whirlpools 9 Slid­ing scale 10 Ar­rival from an­other coun­try

11 First res­cue ves­sel 12 Stayed away from sugar

13 Deserts

14 Like a white car

15 Electrician, of­ten 16 Warn in ad­vance 17 Ma­neu­ver bath­wa­ter 21 Naval rank (Abbr.) 24 Not go­ing for­ward or back­ward

25 Homer Simp­son re­mark

30 Hoped-for event

32 Thick, yucky de­posit 33 Break down gram­mat­i­cally

35 Si­cil­ian erupter 38 Re­ceived credit? 39 D.C. stumpers 40 Broad­way sta­ple 42 ‘60s jacket eponym 43 Non-P.C. pitch gen­er­a­tors

45 Sound gulp?

47 Oath of old 48 Smoke-pulling

49 Sault ___ Marie 50 109-Down part,

51 No mat­ter what 53 Some mil­i­tary caps 57 Fu­ri­ously

58 X-ray tar­get,

59 Sun in Merida 60 Come into view black af­ter Christ­mas a and big ac­tion of­ten some­times 61 It’s

63 ID com­po­nent 64 Im­pres­sive French vine­yard

67 Word with black or 63-Down

68 In­dian wear

69 Some fe­line

70 It takes pres­sure off the knee

71 Fur

74 Quote, as a source 75 ___ up (pre­pared) 76 Leg­endary No. 4 of the Bru­ins

77 Part of one’s daily in­take

78 Much too weighty 79 Free from (with “of ”) 81 Not in mint con­di­tion

85 Med­ley

87 Some coupon of­fer­ings based on prece­dent ut­ter­ances 88 No­table

89 Can­noli some­times

91 They’re kinda vial? 92 Sweet Ital­ian wine 96 Lat­i­tude

98 Com­mon fab­ric 100 “I guess so” 101Ring-around-thecol­lar shade?

102 Moun­taineer­ing tool 103 Stage or arena 105 “New” pre­fix

106 De­feat but good 108 Ger­man city

109 Name on a spine? 110 Shoe’s grip­per 111 Songs of David 113 Fuel econ­omy stat. 114 De­tect from afar 117 A per­son

118 “... bor­rower lender be” Bri­tish no­ble fill­ing, ___ a

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