Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

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ARIES (March 21-April 19):

Main­tain high stan­dards to gain re­spect. By re­main­ing eth­i­cal you can over­come tem­po­rary up­sets in the week ahead. Use your char­i­ta­ble in­stincts to win over those who have been less than sup­port­ive in the past.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20):

Keep your eyes and ears wide open this week. You might learn about re­cent ad­vances in tech­nol­ogy that can im­prove your pro­duc­tiv­ity. Group meet­ings may bring about changes that im­pact your sit­u­a­tion fa­vor­ably.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20):

Re­main flex­i­ble and poised in the week to come. A sig­nif­i­cant other might sur­prise you by sug­gest­ing some­thing that is out of char­ac­ter. Be pre­pared to han­dle a sud­den change of plans where your fi­nances are con­cerned.

You can elect to be wild or to be won­der­ful. In the week ahead you may be more am­bi­tious than usual so should be aware of ac­tions that could re­flect upon your rep­u­ta­tion. Be sure to honor your prom­ises and com­mit­ments.

Am­bi­tion may rat­tle your cage. You may feel that it is time to ex­ert your au­thor­ity but it may be dif­fi­cult to con­trol the ac­tions of oth­ers in the week to come. Fo­cus on be­ing sym­pa­thetic and un­der­stand­ing for the best suc­cess.

You may have an itch to be in­ven­tive. By the end of the week you may have a chance to play the part of an en­tre­pre­neur rather than a tra­di­tion­al­ist. Avoid gam­bling with your re­sources or act­ing on a sud­den whim.

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

You may be tempted to un­leash your en­thu­si­asm and let it run freely in the week ahead. Peo­ple have con­fi­dence in your abil­i­ties so don’t let any­one down. Be con­sci­en­tious when other peo­ple’s in­ter­ests are at stake.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

Get right to the point and use dy­namic lead­er­ship skills in the week ahead. Peo­ple tend to see you as trust­wor­thy and will lis­ten to your opin­ion. You might be more in­flu­en­tial in a group set­ting than in one-on-one meet­ings.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

Turn trou­bles into tri­umphs. In the week ahead some­one might of­fer a so­lu­tion that fa­cil­i­tates the achieve­ment of your goals or a suit­able com­pro­mise. Ex­am­ine a prob­lem from a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

Get your ducks in a row be­cause this week your bril­liant ideas will be able to take flight. Take pride in your abil­ity to han­dle both fi­nan­cial and per­sonal mat­ters with ef­fi­ciency and a high de­gree of con­fi­den­tial­ity.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

There is plenty to go around. Your heart is in the right place but you should be some­what cau­tious about wear­ing your heart on your sleeve. Share with­out be­ing overly gen­er­ous in the up­com­ing week.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):

Change your tune to tuneup your out­look. If you can prove you are work­ing for the com­mon good you will be seen as a hero as this week un­folds. You might make a good im­pres­sion by sup­port­ing a char­ity. main­te­nance

64 Things in food 65 Curly cab­bages 66 Aw­ful

67 Per­son oft in the news

69 Wet month 71 Doc­trine to live by 72 In mod­ern times 75 Retro phone fea­tures

76 Tichina Arnold on TV

78 Com­mon’s spe­cialty

79 Some meats

80 2017 an­i­mated film 81 End ___ (cus­tomer) 82 Ca­sual shirt 83 Noon + 3,600 sec­onds

84 Sheer wear

86 Big part of sub­ur­bia 87 “What’s got­ten ___ you?”

88 Eye part

90 Tasty

92 Be stealthy 93 Right­ful pos­ses­sor 96 Old ma­chine gun 97 Sud­denly loses it 100 Like win­ter in Buf­falo

103 Con­cern­ing ears

105 Grower claws

109 Pa­cific wel­come 110 Sofia Ver­gara on TV 112 Older and ___ 113 Had fol­low­ers 114 Pop­u­lar game bird 115 Sword with two ac­cents

116 Get things rolling 117 Be­fore, be­fore 118 Gained af­ter taxes 119 R e ddi sh- brown of the lost horse color


1 Twisty ex­er­cise 2 ___ out (barely makes)

3 Small cave

4 Brit’s stran­gling de­vice

5 King Mi­nos’ place 6 French menu phrase

7 Cu­bic me­ter 8 Mi­nor spat

9 North Pole drudge 10 Il­licit smoke, in places

11 “While” be­gin­ning of yore

12 Fowl’s perch 13 Ital­ian port 14 Kelsey on TV

15 Put back in the oven

16 Gru­el­ing exam

17 Astronomer Sa­gan 18 “Trick” joint

24 A bunch

25 In­dian aris­to­crats 31 Faulty fire­cracker 33 Fall on a bean­bag chair

34 Be­fore surgery, cut 35 Ra­dio sta­tion, e.g. 36 Michael Richards on TV

37 Best-rated

38 Too pre­cious 40 Doris Roberts on TV

41 Take to graze 42 Sayer at­tach­ment 44 World-weary 45 Makes food finer? 46 Ex­cla­ma­tions of won­der­ment 48 Cana­dian tribe ver­bal 49 Bud holder 54 Ex­tort money from 56 Sta­tus wheels 57 Western di­rec­tor Ser­gio

58 “Oliver Twist” food 59 Dreaded Ja­maican? 60 Myth­i­cal weight­bearer

62 Wa­ter buck­ets 66 Tart-tast­ing, in a way

67 ___ about (oc­curs) 68 Large, dec­o­ra­tive jugs

69 Im­pro­vised 70 Grand in­stru­ment? 71 Cantina munchie 72 Way-up-there org. 73 1945 con­fer­ence site

74 Frighten, as horses 76 Of­fice seeker, cut 77 Grand group? 80 Printer’s bluish hue 82 Ger­man dog 84 Bob’s ti­tle char­ac­ter on TV

85 Dar­lin’ kin

86 Prime merid­ian let­ters

89 Se­ri­ous snacker 91 Bad-mouth

92 On ___ (with no con­tract)

94 Philly pro

95 Back- to- scho o l item

97 Em­u­late a rooster 98 Kind of pol­lu­tion 99 Pre­pared for hand?

100 Left turns

101 Set­tled down? 102 His­toric Ms. Parks 104 Cy­cled, e.g.

105 “X” marks it

106 Take-back tow job 107 ___ lot (pigged out) 108 Old bomber

111 How-you link a

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