Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

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ARIES (March 21-April 19):

To prove you can stand on your own two feet you might step on some­one else’s. In the week ahead, you may be bored by the mun­dane. You could be too ea­ger to take risks or to demon­strate your in­de­pen­dence.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20):

While other peo­ple are hard at work you may be pre­oc­cu­pied by dis­rup­tive in­flu­ences in your so­cial life. You might let flat­tery go to your head as the week rolls by and tempted to break off a re­la­tion­ship.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20):

You like to be in the know so you are likely to in­ves­ti­gate details that are sealed with a stamp of con­fi­den­tial­ity. Con­cen­trate on be­ing a busy bee as this week un­folds and your ef­forts will lead you to the hon­ey­comb.

CANCER (June 21-July 22):

Be pre­pared for any­thing in the week to come. If you leave home with­out an um­brella you can’t blame the sky for rain­ing. To­day’s New Moon may spur new ideas and a more am­bi­tious at­ti­tude to­wards a part­ner.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):

Par­lay your pas­sions into im­prov­ing your pay check. You might be en­tirely fo­cused on a busi­ness project or pow­er­ful work­place startup in the week ahead. A chance con­ver­sa­tion can light a fire un­der your money-mak­ing abil­i­ties.

Power up your per­son­al­ity. In the week ahead, you might be more am­bi­tious and more able to wield in­flu­ence among the movers and shak­ers. The New Moon in your sign presages a re­fresh­ing new view­point and at­ti­tude.

The more you see the more you want. Don’t spend money on things that won’t stand up to scru­tiny once your feed­ing frenzy passes. Loved ones may be un­pre­dictable or try your pa­tience as this week un­folds.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

In the week ahead, you may need to of­fer en­cour­age­ment and ad­vice to a com­pan­ion who is penny wise and pound fool­ish. You know that those who make de­ci­sions based on fear are sure to fail.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

When it rains it pours. To en­joy fi­nan­cial se­cu­rity, it might be nec­es­sary to find tem­po­rary shel­ter when the winds blow against you. Re­main steady in the week ahead when tempted to try a dif­fer­ent di­rec­tion.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

Per­se­vere de­spite ob­sta­cles. You might en­joy tak­ing a walk on the wild side in the week ahead. Some­thing dar­ing might break up the monotony, but don’t take risks with your money or your busi­ness re­la­tion­ships.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

Dig deep. In­ves­ti­gat­ing the se­crets of life may rivet your at­ten­tion this week. Ex­per­i­ment­ing with some­thing new is good for the soul. But you may un­leash com­pli­ca­tions by fol­low­ing through on an im­pul­sive de­sire.

Spend your pen­nies wisely. You may be up-to-date with the lat­est gad­gets and trends but your de­sire to be in the swim can sink your bank ac­count. Use your pleas­ant per­son­al­ity to win peo­ple over to your side.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): ACROSS

1 Baby’s fa­ther?

5 .035 ounce

9 Some cops, un­der­cover

14 Abet

17 Stu­dio ef­fect

19 It’s near Sparks 20 Here or there, roughly

21 Bake in the sun 22 Like speak­ers of the Gospel

24 A cap­i­tal of Bo­livia 25 Ely of “Tarzan” fame

26 A Mex­i­can cou­ple 27 Not fit­ting

28 Check for strength, e.g.

30 Cap­i­tal of Saskatchewan

32 Ac­tive

34 Let­ter fur­thest from al­pha

36 Ver­i­zon is one 37 Home of 300 mil­lion+

38 Crea­ture with long arms

40 Poi source

41 Si­dle

44 Bridges in films 46 Stuff on dis­play 47 Sin­gles

48 Neg­a­tive con­nec­tor 49 Wall’s two-by-four 50 Join, as the air force 54 “___ got to go!” 55 Bash­ful for­est crea­ture

56 Places for sleds 58 They have your money 59 Use solder 61 El­iz­a­bethan,

62 Shoelace part 63 His­tor­i­cal El 64 Shop­ping

66 To­tal, cut

67 To­tally mis­man­age 69 Big name in small planes

72 Pipe for plumb­ing 73 Oys­ters- on- the­half-shell place

75 Card spot 77 Cul­tural mores

78 “That’s doubt­ful!” 79 Bet­ter ___ ever 80 It’s slow with three toes

82 Sketches

83 Box­ing leg­end 84 “___ been real” 85 It in­volves a rant 87 Like empty threats 88 Ns, in Greek 89 Pied­mont wine city 91 Pos­i­tive state­ment on­board

92 Con­i­cal abode 94 Daf­fodil part 95 Wine dregs

96 Huge, col­or­ful mam­mal

100 Eco­nomic since 1948

102 Hap­pen­ing soon 104 Light, semi­trans­par­ent fab­ric

105 In large amounts 109 “Ar­rive on time!” 110 Half scores?

111 Iron Maiden genre 113 “... boy ___ girl?” 114 Ti­tle for Khan 115 Use, as pa­per plates 117 Road flat­tener his­tor­i­cally in­dul­gences grp. 120 Jail cell fea­ture 121 Mis­souri River’s trib­u­tary

122 Units time

123 Be­came sword en­e­mies?

124 Beg a fa­vor

125 Nearly price­less strings

126 Overdo TLC (with “on”)

127 As­so­ci­a­tions


of ge­o­logic 1 Cat­tle va­ri­ety 2 Salt-y halt

3 Room for an easy chair

4 Bick­ers

5 Film set worker 6 House for a min­is­ter

7 Pre­fix for 5-Across 8 Like magma

9 Long Is­land county 10 Be tan­gent to 11 “Ara­bian Nights” flyer

12 Shock wave provider?

13 Con­struc­tion ma­te­rial

14 Ivory pro­ducer 15 Smelted stuff 16 En­er­getic peo­ple 17 Com­pletely change 18 Pow­er­ful cat

23 “7 Faces of Dr. ___” 29 Hal­loween pro­jec­tile

31 Re­cover from 33 Color qual­ity

35 Like neat beds 36 Some sweet pas­tries

38 A whole bunch 39 Chore

41 Make lov­able 42 Wel­com­ing thing 43 “Jaws” de­vourer 45 Quiet pe­ri­ods 49 Some tribal VIPs 51 “Blindspot” net­work

52 Not cler­i­cal

53 “Oh, re­ally?” 54 Stale­mate 57 Lethargy

60 Bring down worth

64 Crea­ture moun­tains

65 Split of a sort 68 Gyro bread

70 Thing on a 9-ball 71 Good thing on a hot day

74 Plain-weave cot­ton 76 Ad­vanced deg. 80 Genre

81 Stead

86 List-end­ing abbr. in in the 89 Leg­endary user

90 Some dried medic­i­nal roots

91 Up-to-date 93 Con­stituent part 94 U-turn from NNW 97 Lev­eled

98 Earned the ti­tle 99 Sounded rep­til­ian 101 Ex­haus­tive, as an ef­fort

103 Dunk­able cook­ies 105 Cash con­ve­nience, briefly

106 ___ pros­e­qui (court-record en­try) 107 Some ashes

108 Rusher’s gain 110 Ro­man at­tire 112 Make less dif­fi­cult 116 Roof­ing sealant 118 “This ___ shall pass”

119 Neck­piece of Hawaii pass­word

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