Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

The Gulf News (Port aux Basques) - - PUZZLES - ASSEM­BLY RE­QUIRED By Ti­mothy E. Parker

ARIES (March 21-April 19):

Your so­cial in­stincts and in­tu­itions might be at a low point in the first part of the week. Avoid mak­ing ma­jor pur­chases that re­quire good taste. Put ro­man­tic no­tions on hold for a few days and fo­cus on mon­ey­mak­ing ac­tiv­i­ties.

Make the most of your busi­ness acu­men by work­ing to­ward the achieve­ment of long term goals in the up­com­ing week. Don’t pur­sue an im­pos­si­ble dream or a fan­tasy when a sure thing is sit­ting right un­der your nose.

TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20): GEMINI (May 21-June 20):

Live up to the chal­lenge. Re­spon­si­bil­i­ties at work or in the fam­ily can put you through your paces in the week ahead, but the re­wards will be well worth it. Don’t let mi­nor crit­i­cisms un­der­mine your con­fi­dence.

CANCER ( June 21-July 22):

You may be in­spired to ex­pand cre­ative ef­forts or make more peace­ful choices in the week ahead. Your friends may in­flu­ence your ideas and per­suade you to choose lasting val­ues over im­me­di­ate grat­i­fi­ca­tion.

LEO ( July 23-Aug. 22):

You have a flair for friend­li­ness. Ex­press broth­erly love in all the right places to suc­cess­fully blend busi­ness with plea­sure in the week to come. Avoid im­pul­sive buy­ing sprees and you can turn tal­ents and skills into cash.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

There is a Full Moon in the skies in your sign that can trig­ger self-ex­am­i­na­tion in the week ahead. Avoid mak­ing pur­chases of per­sonal items in the first half of the week when you are some­what sus­cep­ti­ble to flat­tery.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22):

Get ready to wear your lucky sham­rock. Some friend­ships must shift so that you can re­group within a more com­fort­able struc­ture. Form­ing a new friend­ship may be more prac­ti­ca­ble than pur­su­ing a ro­man­tic hookup this week.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

De­cod­ing the wants and needs of a sig­nif­i­cant other might seem dif­fi­cult in the early part of the week to come. You might read too much mean­ing into some­thing that would seem com­mon­place in other cir­cum­stances.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

In the week ahead you could brim with cre­ative ideas to im­prove your sur­round­ings. If you fo­cus fully on your tasks you will find am­ple op­por­tu­ni­ties to use in­ge­nu­ity on the job. Avoid a pass­ing temp­ta­tion.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

You may be so busy look­ing for a four leafed clover that you ig­nore some­thing im­por­tant go­ing on in the home. You may re­al­ize that you have only seen what you wanted to see as this week un­folds.

AQUARIUS ( Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

To­day’s Full Moon might rivet your at­ten­tion on fi­nan­cial mat­ters. In the week ahead you might ben­e­fit from med­i­ta­tion or time spent on your own. You might not be aware that some­one is be­ing sup­port­ive.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):

Neg­a­tive think­ing can lead to neg­a­tive re­sults. To­day’s Full Moon is in your op­po­site sign so you may be­come more aware of the flaws in a re­la­tion­ship or a part­ner. Fo­cus on be­ing a friend in the week ahead. ACROSS

1 Pil­low cov­er­ing 5 Con­stantly takes breaks from work

10 Place for a nice soak 14 Os­car can­di­date 19 Sashes in Ja­pan

20 Give qual­i­ties or abil­i­ties to

21 Ti­tle for a Turk­ish mil­i­tary leader (var.)

22 Water­slide

23 Many food bank con­tain­ers

24 Like a proper knife 25 Moder­ately quick gait 26 Rus­tic digs in the woods 27 Hider of a crim­i­nal, e.g. 31 Where a boxer might be trained?

32 Ground-dou­ble link 33 Took the metro

34 Ace or jack, e.g.

35 What’s bound to hap­pen 36 Cause for alarm? 37 Mys­te­ri­ous part of the Nixon tapes

40 Com­mon spud

43 Sax va­ri­ety

44 Lobbed ball tra­jec­to­ries 45 Fish part

46 Dundee’s trainee

47 Satire that’s a bit harsh 50 Hurry and then some 52 Far from healthy 53 Out­cast of bib­li­cal pro­por­tions

54 Some fam­ily tree mem­bers

55 Es­cort in a the­ater 56 Si­lent “yes”

57 Alias ini­tials 58 Com­po­nent of brass 59 Mom’s twins?

60 Dou­ble Ea­gle coin, for one

69 As ___ as Methuse­lah 70 Fowl quarters

71 “Ick!” rel­a­tive

72 ___-town (Mid­west­ern town nick­name)

73 Word with Puffs or Krispies

76 Or­ange juice solid 77 Ad­mire and more 80 Steam sup­pres­sor 81 Re­move, as a 43-Down 83 Least swift

85 Lager kin

86 Lo­ca­tion, as for build­ing 87 Bother­some bur­den 88 Food sticker

89 Up and at ‘em

91 Where pigs kick back 92 The hu­man­i­ties

93 Ex­its or leaves

94 Kind of rat or ox

96 Word with “ran” “known as”

97 Jackson of coun­try mu­sic 98 To­tal

101 Tem­po­rary gigs for good typ­ists

108 Isle near Cu­ra­cao

109 Flawed cloth­ing ab­brs. 110 Lean on the horn but good

111 Part of the hu­man ear 112 Red Sea penin­sula

113 Dairy farm sounds 114 ___ lazuli (blue shade) 115 Gather to­gether in the board­room

116 Myth­i­cal wood­land de­ity 117 Award from a cer­tain ca­ble sports net­work

118 Set into mo­tion, as a law or 119 Schools of whales


54 Word heard in boot­camp, some­times

57 Bound col­lec­tion of maps 58 Blast with a ray gun 59 Barely de­feats

61 Who might be to blame 62 Big name in VR 63 Lounges around

64 Be a tree pruner

65 Fishy at­trac­tion? 66 Cer­e­mo­nial el­e­gance and splen­dor

67 Alarm­ing meal? 68 Cer­tain duck

73 Use swear words 74 Words with “step” or “don’t bet”

75 Each one has its lim­its 76 Si­lent street per­former’s forte

77 Trans­fer­able to an­other owner, in law

78 Juan and John­son

79 Need to pay back 82 Mul­ti­ple body trunks 83 Er­mine in the sum­mer 84 Fla­vor­ful

90 Steep, cold ramp 92 Bright star of Aquila 93 Like a boxer’s eyes, some­times

94 Like some weights 95 State of ag­i­ta­tion 96 Cornered

97 “___ in the bucket” 99 Lover of Shake­speare? 100 Rolled back from the shore

101 Re­ceiver’s catch

102 Solo, opera-style

103 Lit­ter mem­ber

104 De­ity wield­ing a bow 105 Lively en­thu­si­asm

106 Big name in auto sup­plies or wine-grow­ing

107 Big-time fail­ers of Breath­a­lyzer tests

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