Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

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ARIES (March 21-April 19):

It may be chal­leng­ing to ap­pear co­op­er­a­tive as this week un­folds. You might be tempted to ex­press your re­bel­lious­ness by spend­ing money im­pul­sively. Some­one might see you as the an­swer to their fan­tasies.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20):

There would be no but­ter­flies if noth­ing ever changed. Once you make your bed you must lie in it, but the truth is that once you have rested you will have to make the bed again. Learn to be flex­i­ble in the week ahead.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20):

You hope ev­ery­one thinks you are in­tel­li­gent, but a scholar’s mor­tar­board or diploma isn’t a pre­req­ui­site. You won’t need to go too far out of your way to ap­pear bright, sharp, and ca­pa­ble in the week to come.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22):

It could be dif­fi­cult to com­pro­mise your prin­ci­ples and ethics in the week ahead. You might not agree with ev­ery­one in your cir­cle or com­mu­nity, but you will do the right thing when it is solely a per­sonal choice.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):

Use your gift for gab and orig­i­nal­ity of thought to con­vince oth­ers of the value of your ideas. Light­hearted teas­ing and shar­ing whim­si­cal ex­pe­ri­ences can be ac­cept­able in some of the most busi­nesslike set­tings this week.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

Your home is a haven of hap­pi­ness. Work­place emer­gen­cies are easily han­dled. Don’t let pass­ing power strug­gles get un­der your skin this week. Es­cape to a soft couch and home cooked meal, sur­rounded by loved ones.

You may be mes­mer­ized by mys­ter­ies. In the up­com­ing week you may be at­tracted to some­one or some­thing be­cause you are fas­ci­nated by in­trigue. Dig up the facts to re­veal ev­ery se­cret so that you are com­pletely in­formed.

You have the power to de­sign your own at­ti­tudes, be­liefs and choices. Al­though the news may be neg­a­tive, and the tone may be pes­simistic you have the abil­ity to be a pos­i­tive force in the world in the week ahead.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

You may dance to the rhythm of ro­mance in the week to come. Ev­ery op­por­tu­nity to bask in ad­mi­ra­tion will make your life a lit­tle brighter. New friends and con­tacts may help you re­al­ize your dreams.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

You can’t con­trol what hap­pens in your life, but you can al­ways con­trol what you do with what hap­pens in your life. Honor the rules and re­main above­board in the week ahead. Steer clear of any­thing of ques­tion­able in­tegrity.

Keep a tooth­brush and tooth­paste handy if you are go­ing to look a gift horse in the mouth. Ac­cept what­ever comes your way with good grace, and scru­ti­nize it, but don’t push your luck too far in the week ahead.

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

Pay it for­ward. Of­fer­ing a lit­tle kind­ness won’t de­tract from your own for­ward progress and might even make you feel more con­fi­dent about your own self-worth. Do some­thing nice for some­one this week. 72 Be­droll kin

73 One’s earn­ings 74 In­signif­i­cant 78 Olivia d’___ who acts

81 It holds tight

83 Bill bird

84 Part of Ar­gentina’s largest city? 85 En­thu­si­as­tic and live­li­ness 86 Grandiose dis­play 88 Wire di­am­e­ter units

89 Three boys 92 Be­comes stim­u­lat­ing

94 Long fishes

95 What no-longerneeded things fall into 96 Po­lit­i­cal doc­trines 97 Dirty pen pals? 98 Mend socks

101 One form of in­sur­ance fraud

106 Proud ar­ro­gance 110 Stew of meat 112 At long last

114 Four boys

117 Sad drop

118 Ut­ter

119 Unperturbed 120 Me prob­lem

121 Lin­ger­ing sound 122 Un­cou­pled cou­ple 123 Plume shower 124 U-turn from ant.

DOWN

vigor 1 Long-tailed

2 Nir­vana gainer 3 Mon­e­tary unit in In­dia

4 Tough seed coat 5 Coal con­tain­ers am­phib­ians 6 Scram­bled thing 7 Long skele­ton part 8 Rush-hour has­sle 9 Pan­dora’s re­lease 10 Jo­hann of cham­ber mu­sic

11 First lady McKin­ley 12 Pro­hib­ited

13 Scolds too of­ten 14 Heady power trip­pers

15 Thing stuck on a tree

16 Lit­tle amounts 18 Shows with much singing

20 Not just nick­e­l­ing 23 In­fla­tion let­ters 24 Le­gal

25 D.C. MLB mem­ber 30 Pavarotti, fa­mously 31 Gio­vanni with a brush

33 “When do we want it?” an­swer 34 Un­der­wa­ter sinker 36 Pinches

37 Skier’s lifter 38 Box-spring part 39 Run a V8 in place 40 Bucks in the woods 41 Bounds

42 Bingo rel­a­tive 43 Saxon opener 44 Got to one’s feet 45 Was a tai­lor 46 Watch closely 47 Over­con­fi­dent 49 ___ Bora (Afghan area)

53 Mod­er­ately ben­e­fi­cial

56 Masked weapon?

58 Ve­gas at­trac­tion 60 Me­dia-mon­i­tor­ing grp. per­son’s 62 Debts

64 Like some ‘60s pro­test­ers

65 S u p e r - h umb l e home

66 Psych fi­nale? 67 Of­fice pa­per units 68 Rolling Stones hit 69 Re­peals 70 Non-fail­ing grades 74 Pack­age se­curer 75 Crafti­ness

76 Type of exam 77 Some Ot­toman of­fi­cials

79 In­dian hon­orific 80 Soda ma­chine in­serts

82 Killed, in fairy­tales 85 Re­lo­cate, in a big way

87 Mr. Turkey 90 Detestable states 91 ___ to (re­sulted in) 93 Ben­e­fits from wealth, old-style 97 Word in mpg 99 De­grade

100 Re­ar­range dow­els 102 Up­lift­ing cheer sound

103 Fruit of the black­thorns

104 Sci­ence branch suf­fix

105 Ly­cra rel­a­tive 106 De­struc­tive

107 “Smart” dude 108 One of the U.S. 50 109 South Seas ed­i­ble root

110 Be a chal­lenger? 111 Makes in­quiries 112 Un­teth­ered

113 Fails to be

115 “Mad” film role 116 Sin emo­tion

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