Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Forecast

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ARIES (March 21-April 19):

Love and af­fec­tion may head in the wrong di­rec­tion if you feel co­erced or ma­nip­u­lated. By mid-week you will find it eas­ier to achieve a sen­si­ble agree­ment with oth­ers. Use a hands-on ap­proach at the work­place.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20):

You and a loved one may be briefly at odds in the first part of the week. You may find it eas­ier to shine at the work­place or when you are us­ing your hard­headed busi­ness sense to im­prove your fi­nan­cial stand­ing.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20):

Con­tain your en­thu­si­asms. Dur­ing the week to come you should prac­tice cau­tion and dis­crim­i­na­tion. If you want to be per­ceived as a cre­ative per­son you must re­fine your work and know which er­rors need cor­rec­tion.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22):

To­day’s Full Moon might com­pel you to be more re­flec­tive. You have been able to cope with prob­lems at home or at work, but as one cy­cle fin­ishes you may see there are still more hur­dles to leap in the week ahead.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):

Wait a few days be­fore buy­ing some­thing im­por­tant. Right now, you may be more con­cerned with what peo­ple think about your pur­chases than whether the pur­chase is worth­while and ad­van­ta­geous for you.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

The Full Moon falls in your op­po­site sign and may bring your op­po­site num­ber into fo­cus. Re­la­tion­ships can be a pri­mary mo­ti­va­tor as the week un­folds. Wait un­til the mid­dle of the week to make de­ci­sions about fi­nances.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22):

As the week be­gins, your de­sires may be blocked. This will force you to be more prac­ti­cal and prag­matic. Use your busi­ness sense to make a good im­pres­sion on the job and to make your home run more smoothly.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

Pre­pare to per­form your happy dance in the week ahead. More in­ves­ti­ga­tion is needed, how­ever, be­fore you make key de­ci­sions. You are like a dog that has buried a bone and catches the scent just as his master calls.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

Af­ter to­day’s Full Moon you might see the glass as half empty. It would be wise to be a bit of a philoso­pher about fi­nan­cial as­sets this week. Re­mind your­self that it is not pos­si­ble to spend money you don’t have.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

Place em­pha­sis on pre­ci­sion and ac­cu­racy in the up­com­ing week. Steer clear of ma­jor pur­chases to­day. You might be will­ing to ac­cept less than you de­serve be­cause you be­lieve some­thing is bet­ter than noth­ing.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

A lev­el­headed ap­proach will work best in the week ahead. You pos­sess the vi­sion and imag­i­na­tion to un­der­stand the long-term con­se­quences of your ac­tions. Han­dle your fi­nances with shrewd­ness and skill.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):

While the Full Moon bright­ens your sec­tor of the zo­diac you may find it eas­ier to un­der­stand your part­ner and loved ones. As the week pro­gresses you will be­come more aware of the im­por­tance of loy­alty and trust. 79 Ver­bal tests 81 Mil­wau­kee brand

83 Be­fore, way old 85 Cheer­ing crowd sound

88 Dar­jeel­ing and oth­ers

90 Wolf, way south 91 Speaker’s as­set 92 Some Jack­sons 97 Af­ter-school org. 98 TV’s “Mis­sion: Im­pos­si­ble” star

99 Good bit of the pop­u­la­tion

100 Cam­era part

101 Dough­nut- shaped struc­ture

103 “Bang!” maker 105 Jacket fas­tener 107 Bit of sun­shine 108 Chap­ter go-with 112 Part of a crossword 115 Con­stel­la­tion bear 117 Ja­cob’s Bi­ble brother

120 Is in the red

122 Win­dow brack­ets

124 Agave fam­ily plant 128 Some Robin­sons 132 It trips

133 Brit’s tight jacket 134 Cal­i­for­nia moun­tain

135 Fifty min­utes on the couch?

136 Ra­dio fea­tures 137 Not the hider


beer with 1 Quick mo­ments 2 Part of a golf course 3 Bank post­ing

4 Fire af­ter­math

5 Any trib­u­tary 6 Be wrong

7 In­dian prince 8 Change, as text 9 Dunce or sim­ple­ton 10 Shorter with words 11 Old NBA ri­val 12 Place many fishy

13 Signed, as a big con­tract

14 Hu­man trunk

15 “Who ___ to say no?”

16 Per­son with esses

17 “Star Dark­ness” 18 Pre­oc­cu­pied pair? 19 Trans­mit­ted

24 All an­gered up

25 A Ga­bor sis­ter 31 100 South African cents

33 Asian wrap dress 35 Work­ing with more to do

36 Blue shade 37 Brazen thief 38 Un­der ideal

40 End- of- Oc­to­ber word

42 Some ro­dents 44 Make like a don­key 45 Plant­ing mea­sure­ment

46 Some floor votes 48 Some his­tor­i­cal pe­ri­ods

50 Land of Da­m­as­cus 51 Su­per-an­tic­i­pa­tory 53 Euro stick-on 54 Un­real or faux 55 Top-___ (best-rated)

58 Love, to some 59 Like any game Trek: find strug­gling ___ cir­cum­stances 60 Pre­fix with ther­mal 66 Type of oath

68 Cast might­ily 71 Is­lamic rul­ing 73 Swell, as a belly 74 Costly fur

76 Heat provider 77 Rare facts

78 Way small

79 Bobby of hockey lore

80 Not tacit

82 Drags rel­a­tives 84 Farm young’un 85 Deeply en­grossed 86 Not fall­ing for the con

87 Month pre-Nisan 89 “Git!” rel­a­tive

93 “If all ___ fails ...” 94 Put up, as drapes 95 Ring-shaped ob­jects

96 Ruler now

102 Palate hang­ers not rul­ing 104 Like a fa­mous horse 106 Freudian topic 109 Juliet’s love

110 ___ to se­crecy 111 Comic strip scream 113 See 24-Down 114 Chef ’s chop­per 116 Rel­a­tives of ha­los 117 Drops back to the ocean

118 Ti­tle for a king 119 “Pale” bev­er­ages 121 Splin­tered devo­tees 123 Just man­ages (with “out”)

125 Wine con­tainer 126 Quote

127 Petri-dish gel, per­haps

129 Schuss

130 Not me or them 131 Kin of “-trix”

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