Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

The Gulf News (Port aux Basques) - - PUZZLES - STAY STRONG By Ti­mothy E. Parker

ARIES (March 21-April 19):

As the first week of spring un­folds your fan­cies may turn to thoughts of love. You might be in­spired by the first daf­fodil peek­ing out of the ground or wal­low in a mire of un­re­al­is­tic ideas. Avoid con­ver­sa­tional mix-ups.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20):

Plot­ting and plan­ning might be on your mind in the week ahead. Har­ness your vivid imag­i­na­tion and put it to the test. You may be en­er­gized to make money but could just as eas­ily find ways to spend it.

Fuzzy think­ing is not the same thing as fuzzy logic. In the week ahead be sure to com­mu­ni­cate clearly and avoid be­com­ing bogged down in de­tails. Your phys­i­cal en­ergy lev­els are high, so tackle odd jobs.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): CAN­CER ( June 21-July 22):

Too many friends can spoil the broth. You can never have too many well-wish­ers in your cor­ner, but your time might be eaten up by tex­ting and email mes­sages in the week to come. Avoid ex­trav­a­gant pur­chases.

LEO ( July 23-Aug. 22):

The more the mer­rier is fine un­til you want some rest. In the week to come your con­tact with nu­mer­ous peo­ple might help you re­al­ize how nec­es­sary it is for you to have a spe­cial some­one as the cen­ter of your life.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

Keep your money in your pocket. You may be at­tracted to some­thing or some­one that is not wor­thy of your at­ten­tion as this week un­folds. Fo­cus on learn­ing how to per­form phys­i­cal tasks or pur­sue con­struc­tive ideas.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22):

You are never too old to learn new tricks. You could join a group that shares your in­ter­ests or widens your scope. There may be a few times in the week ahead when you think the truth has been stretched too far.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

Dur­ing the week to come it might seem that the more money you make the more you must spend. Your par­tic­i­pa­tion in group ac­tiv­i­ties might cost more than you ex­pect. Find ways to ap­ply wis­dom to your fi­nances.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

You might end up run­ning in cir­cles as this week un­folds. Put a puz­zling prob­lem on the back burner and con­cen­trate on get­ting caught up with a back­log of es­sen­tial tasks around the home and of­fice.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

Don’t pre­tend to be some­one you aren’t. You might think you can get away with hid­ing your past or your faults but it will seem silly in hind­sight. In the week ahead ask friends to help you achieve your goals.

AQUAR­IUS ( Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

You may feel it nec­es­sary to de­fend your­self from un­war­ranted crit­i­cism con­cern­ing the way you han­dle your pos­ses­sions or bank ac­count. You may be chal­lenged in the week ahead to han­dle a tight sched­ule.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):

Win the wrestling match with your con­science. Some­one might be more suc­cess­ful than you, but that does not di­min­ish your in­nate gifts. Brief feel­ings of in­ad­e­quacy may un­der­mine your con­fi­dence this week.

ACROSS

1 Front door wel­com­ers 5 Ar­chae­ol­o­gists’ finds 10 In­dian tribe of Ari­zona 14 Monastery head

19 “___ Rhythm”

20 Right on the but­ton 21 Mary Kay com­peti­tor 22 Crea­ture known for lazi­ness

23 “Queen ___ Day” game show)

24 Pre­fix mean­ing four 25 An­i­mal parks

26 Po­etry divi­sion

27 Suc­cess ad­vice from the wise (Part 1)

31 Bach­e­lor’s or mas­ter’s 32 Manor VIP

33 Type of wolf or star 34 Fin­ishes com­pletely 35 Thing one can do to one’s loins

36 Data trans­fer rate unit 37 Re­lax­ation sta­tion with mud baths

40 County agri­cul­tural ex­hi­bi­tions

43 “___ Tread on Me” 44 Queen’s mate

45 Neg­a­tive an­swers

46 Flock mem­ber

47 In ev­ery way

52 Pe­riod of his­tory

53 Some rel­a­tives

54 X-ray dosage units 55 Sta­ble an­i­mal? 56 Cad­bury treat

57 A sin­gle unit

58 “... to ___ and to hold” 59 Sec’s big brother 60 Suc­cess ad­vice from the (old wise (Part 2)

69 Some movie rat­ings 70 Crosby or MacDonald 71 Wife of Len­non

72 Be­fore, of old po­etry 73 Mon­e­tary unit of In­dia 76 Dove sounds

77 Ablaze

80 Bother per­sis­tently with triv­ial com­plaints

81 Fea­ture of the very strong 85 “Land of the free” 86 An­i­mal fur

87 Ex­ha­la­tion of re­lief 88 Word with his­tory or hy­giene

89 Artist’s stand

91 An­other flock mem­ber 92 Gauge on a dash 93 Numb­skull

94 Jacket fas­tener, some­times

96 ___ up (be­come en­er­gized)

97 Her­ring­like fish 98 Phar­ma­cist’s mash­ing tool

101 Suc­cess ad­vice from the wise (Part 3)

108 Not ru­ral

109 Ruler of the past

110 Vote into of­fice

111 “___ on Down the Road” 112 Lit­tle brooks

113 Devours

114 Ad­just shoelaces

115 Work out in a box­ing ring 116 Op­po­site side, in war 117 Song per­formed by two 118 Passover meal

119 It can cause painful blink­ing

DOWN

1 Of­fend slightly 59 French Im­pres­sion­ist 61 Un­der­dog’s vic­tory 62 “Stop al­ready!” 63 Free­loader

64 “While” lead-in of old 65 Spelling of TV and film 66 First name in women’s tennis

67 Clear the chalk­board 68 Fit for a 44-Across

73 It may need a fit­ting 74 Turn over ___ leaf

75 Not cur­rently work­ing 76 Played a cer­tain Bri­tish sport

77 Some dic­tio­nary ed­i­tors 78 Ital­ian au­tomaker

79 Sick

82 In­dus­try big­wigs 83 Res­i­dent Hawk­eye 84 Bak­ing riser 90 Ap­pro­pri­ate­ness or rel­e­vance

92 Tiny

93 Parch­ment? 94 Coined money

95 Ti­dier

96 One of 150 in the Bi­ble 97 Glide on ice

99 Was a bounder?

100 Writ­ing class as­sign­ment 101 Heal

102 Land o’ blar­ney

103 With the abil­ity

104 Son of Isaac

105 School club for singers 106 Like some very old gen­er­als (Abbr.)

107 Dried up and with­ered

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