Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

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ARIES (March 21-April 19):

Place em­pha­sis on tak­ing good care of the things you al­ready own. A quick fling might be fun in the week ahead but be ad­vised that im­por­tant re­la­tion­ships started now could pos­si­bly run into a heart­break­ing sit­u­a­tion.

TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20):

Thumb your nose at in­ter­rup­tions. Con­cen­trate on main­tain­ing busi­ness as usual and avoid slack­ing off dur­ing the week ahead. Use a com­bi­na­tion of in­ge­nu­ity and peo­ple skills to achieve your most worth­while am­bi­tions.

Be re­lent­less about con­tin­u­ing to pur­sue your goals yet re­main flex­i­ble. You may need to take a few de­tours. Even if you can’t steam­roll over ob­sta­cles you needn’t com­pletely aban­don pet pro­jects, hopes, or dreams.

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

Just go with what you know. When you show some­one how to do some­thing your knowl­edge is out in plain view. You may in­ad­ver­tently in­vite crit­i­cism if you are too sure of your in­fal­li­bil­ity in the week ahead.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):

Tom Sawyer had a bril­liant idea. If what you are do­ing looks like fun ev­ery­one else will want to be there by your side. You could at­tract a bevy of de­voted ad­mir­ers that sup­port your fi­nan­cial suc­cess in the week ahead.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

You will have all your lit­tle duck­ies lined up in a row as you demon­strate a flare for or­ga­ni­za­tion. Don’t let long hours tire you too much this week and re­mem­ber to sched­ule in time to re­lax and re­cu­per­ate.

LI­BRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22):

De­fend im­por­tant core be­liefs and val­ues. The law doesn’t honor ex­cep­tions to the rules, but you can make ex­cep­tions within your heart as the week un­folds. Demon­strate your ap­pre­ci­a­tion for true blue part­ners.

SCOR­PIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

Fall back on fam­ily val­ues this week. Nur­ture im­por­tant re­la­tion­ships and be es­pe­cially kind and gen­er­ous to fam­ily mem­bers. Lis­ten to your in­tu­ition when deal­ing with mat­ters that could im­pact hearth and home.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

Im­press oth­ers with non-judg­men­tal friend­li­ness and keep the so­cial ball rolling this week. Some­one who is the epit­ome of hon­esty may be at the other end of the ta­ble when you en­gage in fi­nan­cial ma­neu­ver­ing.

CAPRI­CORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

Watch for the light bulbs that go off in your head as this week un­folds. A mag­a­zine, trade jour­nal or even a con­ver­sa­tion can give you the nec­es­sary in­spi­ra­tion to set im­por­tant mat­ters rolling mer­rily along.

AQUAR­IUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

Fo­cus on friendly com­pe­ti­tion. A part­ner may need some en­cour­age­ment but will even­tu­ally be en­thu­si­as­tic about stretch­ing a few mus­cles or go­ing along for ex­er­cise. Avoid con­fronta­tions in the week ahead.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):

In the up­com­ing week things may come to a head con­cern­ing a work-re­lated is­sue. Take time to care for your­self by watch­ing your diet, set­ting up rou­tine den­tal vis­its, and get­ting ex­er­cise reg­i­mens in place. 69 Cana­dian city 71 How sea­weed moves

72 Blood of myth­i­cal gods

76 States of be­ing

78 “7 Faces of Dr. ___” 79 Speak hyp­not­i­cally 80 Kind of ctr.

81 Road makeup

82 Fly catcher

84 Seeks al­ter­na­tives, in a way

88 Ruler rul­ing Tol­stoy 91 Re­lay, as a mes­sage 92 Don­key kin 93 Fig­u­ra­tive ex­pres­sion

95 Com­mon de­grees 97 Turkey serv­ing 99 In­vec­tives

102 In­dian gui­tars 105 Peru­vian pack beast

110 Too quickly

111 49-Down piece? 112 Dam con­struc­tor 113 Thor’s dad

114 Wit­nesses’ in­sect? 117 Ding-a-___

118 Awak­en­ing

119 Din de­tec­tor

120 Snaky warn­ing 121 Like pru­dent ad­vice 122 Pit­falls

123 With no use for a towel

124 Cut down, as a dragon


1 Won all the games 2 Money car’s pro­tec­tor

3 ___ New Guinea 4 Whale with square snout a 5 Tread way.

6 Broad­cast to the masses

7 Change from plas­tic to pa­per 8 Dirty-hands-get­ter in the mob

9 Came in

10 Cab­bie’s query 11 Scan­di­na­vian guy’s name

12 Santa’s un­der­ling 13 Phone ser­vice providers, briefly 14 Wannabe events

15 Ease

16 Bye at a French tour­na­ment?

17 Ends of the Earth? 18 Elim­i­nate from the board

24 Ac­count ex­ecs 25 WWW ad­dress 30 Run away 32 Suc­cess­ful server 33 For­mer line­backer Spikes

35 Pts., tsps., etc. 38 Chim­ney coat 39 Cou­ple to­gether 40 Con­fronts ag­gres­sively

42 Mink va­ri­ety 43 Track meet par­tic­i­pants

45 Re­minder that win­ter

47 Cui­sine type 48 Sneaker fea­ture 49 Peeper

50 Mo­tor homes, for short

51 Cool dude, old-style 53 Or­phan calf (var.) 57 Mr. Philbin lightly? No cheer­lead­ers’ it’s 58 Wild

59 Putrefy

60 Salty, as tears 61 Stringed in­stru­ment pluck­ers 63 ___-garde

64 Jar­rett or Beatty 67 Wowed state 68 Forgo a splashy wed­ding

69 Clumsy fel­lows 70 Lyme dis­ease car­rier

73 “___ it goin’?” 74 Small bills

75 Civil War par­tic­i­pant, briefly 76 Pro­hi­bi­tion, his­tor­i­cally

77 Ac­tress Phoebe 79 Run­ning with­out mov­ing

83 Pan­dora’s re­lease 85 Pe­cu­liar

86 Col­ored sec­tion 49-Down 87 Dr. Scholl’s of­fer­ing 89 Cast off or chop off 90 Trans­port on tracks 94 Lung mem­brane 96 Sho­plifts

98 Watkins ___, N.Y. 99 Early stringed in­stru­ments

100 Where ru­pees are cir­cu­lated

101 Un­spec­i­fied ob­ject 103 Type of welder 104 Dashed with oth­ers 106 Back­ing strips 107 To no ___ (worth­less)

108 Brainy group 109 Like craft ex­pos 111 Slow-mov­ing crea­ture

112 Hide, in a way 115 Jon ___ Jovi

116 Craft blade

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