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The Gulf News (Port aux Basques) - - PUZZLES - WHAT’S YOURS IS MINE By Ti­mothy E. Parker

Swear on it. Am­bi­tion may be your life, your whole life and noth­ing but your life, at least dur­ing the first half of the week. Your log­i­cal ap­proach to fi­nan­cial mat­ters can be help­ful to your han­dling of joint as­serts.

Your words may be more im­pact­ful on oth­ers than you re­al­ize. Just be sure that you tell the truth, the whole truth and noth­ing but the truth as this week un­folds. Some­one may be some­what sus­pi­cious of your mo­tives.

Mark your place. Fi­nal de­ci­sions should be put on hold un­til the end of the week. You will be bet­ter off if you sus­pend a cru­cial de­ci­sion un­til the tim­ing is bet­ter. If you de­cide that it is best to wait oth­ers will agree.

You pre­fer to be seen as a paragon of po­lit­i­cal cor­rect­ness. Be­cause you are too busy ex­am­in­ing other peo­ple’s faults, how­ever, you may over­look your own. Honor your obli­ga­tions and act re­spon­si­bly this week.

Start the week off by get­ting your clos­ets or­ga­nized or the re­ceipts filed away. You could be more con­cerned with thrift and econ­omy than shar­ing off your as­sets. Treat fam­ily mem­bers with re­spect in the week to come.

Pay at­ten­tion to what other peo­ple do, but do your own thing. In the week ahead you could have bet­ter things to do to fill up your time than to tag along. Be sure to an­swer emails and phone calls in a timely man­ner.

Your in­spir­ing ideas could bring peo­ple to­gether and break a stale­mate. Some­one close may be riv­eted on fi­nan­cial se­cu­rity and ma­te­rial suc­cess in the week ahead. Look the other way if peo­ple seem quar­rel­some.

Plan your work and work your plan. Take re­spon­si­bil­ity for your own ac­tions, since a busy sched­ule leaves lit­tle time to over­see oth­ers. Don’t be­gin any ma­jor new un­der­tak­ing un­til the end of the week.

You could be chal­lenged to dis­cuss some­thing that you pre­fer to keep un­der your hat. You must share in­for­ma­tion to pre­serve some­one’s trust in the week ahead, but may find that this cre­ates a se­ri­ous con­flict.

Con­trol your­self and avoid con­tro­ver­sies. In the week to come some­one might of­fer to take some re­spon­si­bil­i­ties off your hands. Don’t con­sider this to be an af­front to your abil­i­ties or doubts about your com­pe­tence.

You may feel the boss is look­ing over your shoul­der or that the rules are dif­fi­cult to com­ply with in the com­ing week. If you ex­ert some ef­fort your work will be seen in the best light and things will turn out fa­vor­ably.


1 Fa­thers who might say, “over yon­der”

4 Mon­e­tary unit spent in In­dia

9 Moth­ers who might say, “Par­don?”

13 Some things that priests wear

17 Dada art no­table

18 Other name for an oys­ter-fish

19 Chal­cedony or mar­ble type

21 Pique, as one’s anger 22 You have it com­ing (Pt. 1) 26 Grew closer to mid­night, e.g.

27 Some nat­u­ral milk dis­pensers

28 Units equal to 3.262 light years

29 Suf­fix with “in” or “home” 30 Der­ma­tol­ogy di­ag­no­sis, some­times

31 Have great sym­pa­thy for 32 Name of the “Born Free” star

35 Confidential

38 Place for a speed bump 42 Like an over-ac­tor com­pared to a true thes­pian

45 Not per­mit­ting en­trance 47 Card game in­volv­ing bet­ting against the dealer

48 Not per­mis­sive at all 50 Old late-night host Jack 51 Some­thing to be judged on in a pageant

52 The cheaper spreads 54 Miner’s means of trans­port

55 Things crunched in a gym

56 Part of an in­ning 57 Cam­ou­flage 59 Hound or badger

61 Place to store a mis­sile or grain

63 You have it com­ing (Pt. 2) 71 The an­i­mated ex­plorer 72 Boy or very young man 73 Broad­way’s Todd 74 Western neck­ties? 78 Che­w­able item for a cow 81 Empty-syn­drome link 83 Trans­fer de­sign

84 By or­der of, in me­mos 85 Fishy, wrig­gly and slip­pery

86 Movie pre­miere par­ties 88 Win­dow di­vi­sion 89 Con­ge­nial­ity

92 Cer­tain Wall Street worker

94 Seem­ingly for­ever

95 Not vary­ing

96 Eyelid pro­tru­sion

97 Like the mer­chan­dise in a thrift store

98 Bridges on a TV show 101 Seed’s hard outer cov­er­ing

106 Born in Nome

110 18th in the Greek al­pha­bet

112 Counts

114 You have it com­ing (Pt. 3) 117 Ja­panese equiv­a­lent of a zither

118 Sierra ___ (na­tion) 119 A next of kin, for some 120 Peeper

121 Fit of tem­per

122 Part of a watch or flower 123 Many are re­served 124 Sum­mer hrs. in many U.S. states


1 2 3 4 5 Ratchet parts En­light­ened Bud­dhist Ver­bal out­pour­ing Lack­ing fa­cial color Sec­ond word of a New 56 How to make smoke rings or bub­bles

58 Old-style com­mo­tions 60 Ger­ard or Hodges 62 Cof­fee va­ri­ety

64 Like a cut di­a­mond 65 Pen­e­trat­ing, zesty fla­vors 66 Valu­able gray mat­ter prod­uct

67 With tears welling up 68 An­cient Peru­vians 69 Ob­vi­ously wasn’t erect 70 Lovett with the pipes 74 Neck sec­tion

75 Most pop­u­lous city of Nor­way

76 Do­ing busi­ness, as a store 77 Salty seven

79 Bone con­nect­ing wrist and el­bow

80 Like pink hair

82 Cut deeply, as prices 85 In­ter­na­tional agree­ments

87 Speak or ut­ter

90 Light into

91 “The Play­boy of the Western World” play­wright 93 Thing on many key­board keys

97 Gui­tar rel­a­tive, briefly 99 Be a se­ri­ous col­lec­tor 100 Miss Hawkins of Dog­patch

102 Info from a cock­pit 103 Used a Singer

104 Cafe­te­ria stock

105 Thus far

106 Poses ques­tions

107 Fabled crea­ture with a painful thorn

108 Con’s de­bate po­si­tion 109 Kilt wearer

110 Not overly neu­rotic 111 More of the same, in re­search pa­pers

112 Catcher’s catchall

113 Greet­ings in the old Ro­man Se­nate

115 Drunk­ard

116 Govt. prop­erty over­seer

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