Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

The Gulf News (Port aux Basques) - - PUZZLES - CLAS­SIC COM­BOS By Ti­mothy E. Parker

ARIES (Mar 21-Apr. 19):

Ride out the storm. Some brief dis­rup­tions may have you ready to throw in the towel but a lit­tle pa­tience is all that’s re­quired to achieve suc­cess. You may be in a po­si­tion to take ad­van­tage of a sit­u­a­tion in the week to come.

TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20):

Lis­ten to your heart. Strengthen an ex­ist­ing re­la­tion­ship with a loved one by let­ting them know how you re­ally feel. Sin­gles who are still seek­ing their sig­nif­i­cant other may reap ro­man­tic re­wards by meet­ing new peo­ple.

GEM­INI (May 21-June 20):

Don’t jump to con­clu­sions. Wait un­til all the facts come to light be­fore reach­ing a de­ci­sion as the true na­ture of a sit­u­a­tion may be cloudy this week. Talk­ing things over with a trusted friend or con­fi­dant may set your mind at ease.

Do what you want to do. Think about things that make you happy and then take ac­tion to make them hap­pen this week. Steer clear of dis­putes and bad-tem­pered peo­ple. Neg­a­tive in­flu­ences could rain on your pa­rade.

Get go­ing while the go­ing is good. There’s no ob­sta­cle that you can’t con­quer or prob­lem you can’t solve as your en­ergy and en­thu­si­asm will be in high gear this week. Of­fer­ing help to a friend in need will be ef­fort­less.

CAN­CER ( June 21-July 22): LEO ( July 23-Aug. 22): VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

Keep it sim­ple. If you take too much time think­ing things over you may get stuck in neu­tral but if you fol­low your in­stincts you’ll make quick progress. Set aside some qual­ity time to spend with loved ones this week.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22.):

All work and no play makes for a dull week. Leave some room in the sched­ule for recre­ation and hob­bies that will help to clear your mind. Ro­man­tic ac­tiv­i­ties are likely to meet with bet­ter than av­er­age re­sults.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

Re­mem­ber that not ev­ery­one plays fair. Re­main alert with mat­ters in­volv­ing money as some­one may try to pull a fast one when you aren’t pay­ing at­ten­tion. Take the time to find value in some­thing you may have at first thought worth­less.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

Pa­tience is a virtue. If you find some­one is ir­ri­tat­ing you, count to ten or just walk away be­fore you lose your cool. Now is the time for lis­ten­ing and un­der­stand­ing rather than en­gag­ing in petty squab­bles or spats.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

Logic may fail you. A prac­ti­cal ap­proach won’t be much help when a prob­lem stems from a com­pletely ir­ra­tional sit­u­a­tion. You may need to put your cre­ative juices into over­drive to find a so­lu­tion or just avoid the mat­ter al­to­gether.

Smiles can be con­ta­gious. A pos­i­tive and up­beat at­ti­tude will light up your sur­round­ings and make you a plea­sure to be around this week. Com­pe­ti­tions will be about en­joy­ing the game rather than who wins or loses.

AQUARIUS ( Jan. 20-Feb. 18): PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20):

Put the past be­hind you and set sights on the fu­ture. You may have made some mis­takes be­fore but wipe the slate clean. Re­solve to get off to a fresh start this week. Find your com­fort zone among fam­ily and close friends.


1 Kor­but who shined in the Olympics

5 An­cient Peru­vians 10 Ar­row cousin

14 Sri ___

19 Ball-ham­mer link

20 Was try­ing to say

21 From a fresh an­gle 22 Egg-shaped

23 “Bye”

24 Glue rel­a­tive

25 Cer­tain al­co­holic, slang

26 Bran­dish

27 Combo eaten with a swirling fork

31 Walked proudly

32 63,360 inches

33 Daily time, for­ward or back­ward

34 De­clare to be true 35 Diner’s stick­ing point? 36 “Rome wasn’t built in ___”

37 Mr. Lin­coln, in­for­mally 40 “Ghost­busters” goo 43 At­tract fish?

44 They may be fine 45 Bib­li­cal shep­herd 46 Af­ter-tax amount 47 Many Tele­mu­ndo view­ers

50 Some tin work­ers

52 Had break­fast

53 Ve­hi­cle with legroom 54 “Pay ___ mind” 55 “Gun­smoke” set­ting 56 Fairy tale gi­ant’s word 57 Air­port list­ing, for short 58 Comics ca­nine in the mil­i­tary in 59 “Ready, ___, fire!” 60 Do­mes­tic’s combo work­place

69 Be wrong

70 “Oh, poor me”

71 Wood used in mak­ing base­ball bats

72 Emer­i­tus, for short 73 Rat­ing a 10

76 Cut with shears

77 Be in a posse

80 “... or so ___ heard” 81 Early spring bloomer with bright yel­low flow­ers 83 Too proud

85 Be liti­gious

86 Arc­tic floater

87 Feed­bag fillers

88 Ac­tive vol­cano of Si­cily 89 “Bride’s side or groom’s side?” asker

91 “Of course”

92 Gen­eral assem­bly? 93 In­tense crit­i­cism or a type of jacket

94 Behave like a 25-Across 96 For­mer Olympic team 97 Hid­den val­ley

98 Div­ing fish-eater

101 Combo for one with­out long-term com­mit­ments 108 In­spire, as with ideas 109 Large wine con­tainer 110 Disco singer Sum­mer 111 Com­puter feed

112 Weeper of myth

113 Box on a string up high 114 One with keys to the build­ing

115 Man as­so­ci­ated with el­e­va­tion?

116 Ex­or­bi­tant, as prices 117 Run­ner’s place?

118 Kitchen cabi­net con­tainer 119 82 per­cent of any­thing


59 Cash or a house, e.g. 61 Make one’s hair stand on end?

62 Sound­ness of mind 63 Wanted poster en­try, some­times

64 Catch a few Z’s

65 Singer with Crosby and Stills

66 Dan­der

67 Mu­si­cal pro­duc­tion with skits

68 Use a rud­der, e.g.

73 Not def­i­nite

74 Al­lot

75 God of love, to Greeks 76 St. Pa­trick’s Day dec­o­ra­tions

77 Fight­ing combo in the an­i­mal king­dom? 78 “Bay­watch” ex­tra

79 Ti­tle for a Turk­ish mil­i­tary leader

82 Body trunk

83 Lady of Troy 84 Young up­wardly mo­bile pro­fes­sional

90 Slav­ery of me­dieval times 92 Far from alert

93 Chipped, as old paint 94 Met­ric heavy weights 95 Academy Awards 96 Horse­shoe-shaped con­tainer

97 Christo­pher

“Beau ___”

99 One of the Muses

100 Leg­endary moun­tain crea­tures of Ti­bet

101 ‘50s car fea­tures

102 Skip over

103 Type of wood­wind 104 Go yacht­ing

105 Fish al­ter­na­tive

106 “Black Beauty” au­thor Sewell

107 Sun­rise site lab Wren’s

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