Kuwait Times - - STARS -

1. A mem­ber of a Mayan peo­ple of south­west­ern Gu­atemala. 4. Hard outer cover­ing or case of cer­tain or­gan­isms such as arthro­pods and tur­tles. 12. (Bri­tish) A wa­ter­proof rain­coat made of rub­ber­ized fab­ric. 15. A con­stel­la­tion in the south­ern hemi­sphere near Te­le­scopium and Norma. 16. Ter­mi­na­tion of preg­nancy. 17. Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially in Turkey). 18. An ar­tillery base to sup­port ad­vanc­ing troops. 19. An au­ton­o­mous prov­ince of Ge­or­gia on the Black Sea. 21. Amer­i­can prize­fighter who won the world heavy­weight cham­pi­onship three times (born in 1942). 22. Of or re­lat­ing to or char­ac­ter­is­tic of Asia or the peo­ples of Asia or their lan­guages or cul­ture. 25. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that runs north­east into the Rhine. 26. (of com­plex­ion) Blem­ished by im­per­fec­tions of the skin. 28. An an­cient He­brew unit of dry mea­sure equal to about a bushel. 30. A duc­tile sil­very-white duc­tile fer­ro­mag­netic triva­lent metal­lic el­e­ment of the rare earth group. 32. A white soft metal­lic el­e­ment that tar­nishes read­ily. 33. The blood group whose red cells carry both the A and B anti­gens. 35. A shoe carved from a sin­gle block of wood. 39. A rapid series of short loud sounds (as might be heard with a stetho­scope in some types of res­pi­ra­tory dis­or­ders). 41. (Akka­dian) God of wis­dom. 42. A pub­lic toi­let in a mil­i­tary area. 44. Lighted up by or as by fire or flame. 47. A small pel­let fired from an air rifle or BB gun. 48. A cloth cover­ing (a leg­ging) that pro­vides cover­ing for the in­step and an­kles. 49. A city in north­west­ern So­ma­lia. 51. Re­lated on the mother's side. 52. A very poi­sonous metal­lic el­e­ment that has three al­lotropic forms. 53. (Ir­ish) Mother of the an­cient Ir­ish gods. 55. The lo­ca­tion of some­thing sur­rounded by other things. 58. A wad of some­thing chew­able as to­bacco. 60. Take in solid food. 61. Be­ing nine more than ninety. 63. The cap­i­tal and chief port and largest city of Sene­gal. 67. A pop­u­lar is­land Nether­lands An­tilles. 70. Small genus of Amer­i­can herbs (Amer­i­can pen­ny­royal). 74. Per­tain­ing to or re­sem­bling amoe­bae. 77. A close friend who ac­com­pa­nies his bud­dies in their ac­tiv­i­ties. 78. A ma­ture blood cell that con­tains he­mo­glo­bin to carry oxy­gen to the bod­ily tis­sues. 79. A port city in western Mex­ico on the Pa­cific Ocean. 81. Aro­matic bulb used as sea­son­ing. 82. A very small cir­cu­lar shape. 83. A river in north­east­ern Brazil that flows gen­er­ally north­ward to the At­lantic Ocean. 84. 10 hao equal 1 dong.


re­sort in the

1. A Chadic lan­guage spo­ken south of Lake Chad. 2. Fleshy and usu­ally brightly col­ored cover of some seeds that de­vel­ops from the ovule stalk and par­tially or en­tirely en­velopes the seed. 3. A dark re­gion of con­sid­er­able ex­tent on the sur­face of the moon. 4. A small tent used as a dress­ing room be­side the sea or a swim­ming pool. 5. Lower in es­teem. 6. A group of trees and shrubs and herbs mostly with polypetalous flow­ers. 7. A par­tic­u­lar ge­o­graph­i­cal re­gion of in­def­i­nite bound­ary (usu­ally serv­ing some spe­cial pur­pose or dis­tin­guished by its peo­ple or cul­ture or ge­og­ra­phy). 8. A heavy pre­cious metal­lic el­e­ment. 9. The branch of com­puter sci­ence that deal with writ­ing com­puter pro­grams that can solve prob­lems cre­atively. 10. (sports) Some­one in charge of train­ing an ath­lete or a team. 11. Ei­ther ex­trem­ity of some­thing that has length. 12. A mem­ber of the Siouan peo­ple for­merly liv­ing in the Mis­souri river val­ley in NE Ne­braska. 13. Any cul­ture medium that uses agar as the gelling agent. 14. The work of car­ing for or at­tend­ing to some­one or some­thing. 20. Out­stand­ing United States ath­lete (1914-1956). 23. A brit­tle sil­ver-white met­al­loid el­e­ment that is re­lated to se­le­nium and sul­fur. 24. The sci­ences con­cerned with gath­er­ing and ma­nip­u­lat­ing and stor­ing and re­triev­ing and clas­si­fy­ing recorded in­for­ma­tion. 27. Large swift fly the fe­male of which sucks blood of var­i­ous an­i­mals. 29. Re­mote city of Kaza­khstan that (os­ten­si­bly for se­cu­rity rea­sons) was made the cap­i­tal in 1998. 31. The ba­sic unit of money in Gam­bia. 34. A small cake leav­ened with yeast. 36. (used in­for­mally) Very small. 37. A mem­ber of the Iro­quoian peo­ple for­merly liv­ing east of Lake On­tario. 38. The car­di­nal num­ber that is the sum of one and one and one. 40. (Ir­ish) The sea per­son­i­fied. 43. Amer­i­can nov­el­ist (1909-1955). 45. A form of en­ergy that is trans­ferred by a dif­fer­ence in tem­per­a­ture. 46. A sil­very mal­leable metal­lic el­e­ment that re­sists cor­ro­sion. 50. United States an­ar­chist (born in Italy) who with Bar­tolomeo Vanzetti was con­victed of mur­der and in spite of world-wide protest was ex­e­cuted (1891-1927). 54. The most widely spo­ken Bantu lan­guages. 56. Di­rect in spa­tial di­men­sions. 57. Some­one who works (or pro­vides work­ers) dur­ing a strike. 59. A pub­lic pro­mo­tion of some prod­uct or ser­vice. 62. The cap­i­tal and largest city of Ye­men. 64. Cubes of meat mar­i­nated and cooked on a skewer usu­ally with veg­eta­bles. 65. A city in south­ern Turkey on the Sey­han River. 66. A rare heavy poly­va­lent metal­lic el­e­ment that re­sem­bles man­ganese chem­i­cally and is used in some al­loys. 68. A slight rounded el­e­va­tion where the malleus at­taches to the eardrum. 69. Pro­vid­ing so­phis­ti­cated amuse­ment by virtue of hav­ing ar­ti­fi­cially (and vul­garly) man­nered or ba­nal or sen­ti­men­tal qual­i­ties. 71. Large el­lip­ti­cal brightly col­ored deep-sea fish of At­lantic and Pa­cific and Mediter­ranean. 72. Type genus of the Ma­ji­dae. 73. (pre­fix) In­di­cat­ing dif­fer­ence or vari­a­tion. 75. Air­tight sealed metal con­tainer for food or drink or paint etc.. 76. The 7th let­ter of the Greek al­pha­bet. 80. A lus­trous gray strong metal­lic el­e­ment re­sem­bling ti­ta­nium. This is a re­ward­ing day that makes up for all the stress­ful days. Tak­ing care of busi­ness is a ma­jor theme where your emo­tional ori­en­ta­tion is con­cerned and you are pleased to have the time and space to com­plete what you be­gin. There is a nat­u­ral drive to probe and pen­e­trate and be­fore you know it the work­day has ended. Friends in need or some­thing you be­lieve in that will suf­fer from a lack of your sup­port is an is­sue that comes to your at­ten­tion later this af­ter­noon. You may be called upon to lend a hand. You may be quite pleased to be asked and in­cluded in some help­ful act that you know will make a pos­i­tive dif­fer­ence. Af­ter ev­ery­one set­tles down a cel­e­bra­tion can be en­joyed. A shared mas­sage with your mate would be fun later tonight.

Can­cer (June 21-July 22)

Tak­ing re­spon­si­bil­ity for your ac­tions is the up­per­most con­cern at this time. Make sure that you can fol­low through on some­thing be­fore you vol­un­teer for ex­tra duty at work or you con­sider stay­ing late to work. Give your­self time to think be­fore you act. It is amus­ing how many ex­cuses you hear from oth­ers when they are asked to do things. Ex­tra­or­di­nary things hap­pen when the ex­cuses stop and ac­tion be­gins. You may be think­ing that it might be fun to cre­ate a lit­tle bath­room book of ex­cuses from the of­fice. Here is where you could make a lit­tle ex­tra in­come. Fast walk­ing, danc­ing with a loved one or tak­ing a dance class is a big plus this evening. You will find

this fun bit of ex­er­cise is a great way to strengthen and firm your body.

Leo (July 23-Au­gust 22)

It takes much en­ergy and drive for start­ing some­thing or tak­ing care of busi­ness; it’s very phys­i­cal too. If you do not have shoes that ben­e­fit you, it may be time to study on the op­tions that are avail­able and pur­chase shoes that will see you through the work day suc­cess­fully. Your at­ten­tion this af­ter­noon is on a cou­ple of in­trigu­ing cus­tomers or clients. Just give them a lis­ten­ing ear; you will know just what to say in or­der to help them. If you are shop­ping for those shoes this af­ter­noon, add some mu­sic to your list. Ex­er­cise or ro­mance is in or­der tonight. Pay at­ten­tion to how you di­rect your en­er­gies and emo­tions-you are en­thu­si­as­tic when it comes to com­pe­ti­tion and there may be a fun sur­prise for the win­ner of a quiz.

Virgo (Au­gust 23-Septem­ber 22)

Ma­te­rial things and the whole con­cept of value take on more im­por­tance for you at this time and you con­cen­trate on your work and aim for the re­sults: fi­nan­cial se­cu­rity and en­joy­ing the finer things in life, ap­pre­ci­at­ing and cre­at­ing things oth­ers long to have. Big ideas and grand vi­sions may play a lead­ing role in your life. Mys­te­ri­ous or mys­ti­cal in­for­ma­tion fires your imag­i­na­tion. Keep a cau­tious mind-do not be­lieve ev­ery­thing you hear. You may hear about a large sum of money that you could re­ceive if you par­tic­i­pate in some easy-sound­ing task that would seem to cost you noth­ing. Run as fast as you can in an­other di­rec­tion. Now . . . Keep your pos­i­tive think­ing to­ward your work and you will have your own re­ward. This is the time of year in which you and your fam­ily might be plan­ning a big garage sale for the week­end. Work­ing this day takes pri­or­ity and you work to keep your mind on your work. The or­ga­niz­ing of this garage sale will need to be hap­pen­ing af­ter work. You could add in a few wrapped ideas for hol­i­day gifts and make them sur­prise items. This could con­sist of col­or­ful blank writ­ing tablets, thank-you notes, pig­gy­banks, etc. Price them fairly and wrap them with a lit­tle dec­o­ra­tion. Later tonight you and a friend may get into the dis­cus­sion of pur­chas­ing a new ve­hi­cle. Per­haps you will be able to buy a car in the spring . . . This win­ter is for fam­ily. You can demon­strate great sen­si­tiv­ity to the needs of oth­ers and you seem to know just how to help. Pro­fes­sional ad­vice works in your best in­ter­est at this time. Some hint of a guide to help you with your busi­ness or your ad­vance­ment in the work­place. This is a good time to make some changes and reach new lev­els of ac­com­plish­ment. You can han­dle what­ever is pre­sented for your ad­vice or at­ten­tion. You may look back on this time as very transforming. There are new ideas that are for­ward think­ing and mo­ti­vat­ing. You may learn things now that al­ter your view­point. If you take in­for­ma­tion flow­ing to you now, one at a time, you can elim­i­nate a lot of stress. Tonight is a fun night and you have the cam­era ready for all the dec­o­ra­tions and cos­tumes. A party has been planned and you have a lot of fun prepar­ing for the party and at­tend­ing the event.

Aquarius (Jan­uary 20- Fe­bru­ary 18)

You prob­a­bly do not have to worry about your weight, but still-you might be in­ter­ested in new trends and what peo­ple are do­ing to stay healthy. There is a lot of talk among co-work­ers and tips with sugges­tions are easy to find. You are in­ter­ested in what peo­ple are do­ing dur­ing this win­ter fes­ti­val time but you are also care­ful in how you cull through the la­bel of in­gre­di­ents. Stress is much eas­ier to wade through if your body is up to the climb. Check out the large health food stores that have fresh food and watch what those healthy look­ing cus­tomers are or­der­ing. Check out the hearthealthy diet. This is a nice day that should just flow along. In par­tic­u­lar, you will do well in work and in pro­jects around your home.

High-level dif­fer­ences of opin­ion or out­look rep­re­sent an im­por­tant area of change. Fresh in­sight comes to you through mass me­dia, giv­ing you a new per­spec­tive. You want to get things or­ga­nized, and you have the ini­tia­tive to do it. This is a time of am­bi­tion and re­spon­si­bil­ity, a time to keep your cool and pace your­self. This af­ter­noon your pres­ence is re­quested. Chil­dren are get­ting used to your help­ful ways and your sugges­tions are needed to find the last minute cos­tume or face paint art. An im­por­tant re­la­tion­ship, per­haps with a young per­son or some­one in your near en­vi­ron­ment, may come into fo­cus as well. A bit of praise is most im­por­tant. You have a lot of en­ergy for prac­ti­cal

de­ci­sions, but take care that you do not come across too strong.


Capricorn (De­cem­ber 22-Jan­uary 19)

Sagittarius (Novem­ber 22-De­cem­ber 21)

Pisces (Fe­bru­ary 19-March 20)

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

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