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1. The num­ber of open­ing per inch of a screen. 5. A small flat tri­an­gu­lar bone in front of the

knee that pro­tects the knee joint. 12. A syn­drome that oc­curs in many women from 2 to 14 days be­fore the on­set of men­stru­a­tion. 15. (pre­fix) Op­po­site or op­pos­ing or neu­tral­iz­ing. 16. The fleshy pen­du­lous part of the ex­ter­nal

hu­man ear. 17. A rapid es­cape (as by crim­i­nals). 18. One of a pair of planks used to make a

track for rolling or slid­ing ob­jects. 19. Set afire. 20. The act of us­ing. 21. A benefice to which no spir­i­tual or pas­toral

du­ties are at­tached. 23. De­press­ing in char­ac­ter or ap­pear­ance. 25. Slug­gish tail­less Aus­tralian ar­bo­real mar­su­pial with gray furry ears and coat. 28. An an­cient unit of length based on the

length of the fore­arm. 29. In­for­mal terms for a mother. 31. (Hawai­ian) A small gui­tar hav­ing four

strings. 32. A woman of re­fine­ment. 34. Re­move from mem­ory or ex­is­tence. 37. A port city in south­west­ern Iran. 41. Light in­for­mal con­ver­sa­tion for so­cial oc­ca­sions. 45. A South Amer­i­can shrub whose leaves are

chewed by na­tives of the An­des. 46. Pro­tect from heat, cold, noise, etc. by sur­round­ing with in­su­lat­ing ma­te­rial. 49. Com­mit­tee formed by a spe­cial-in­ter­est group to raise money for their fa­vorite po­lit­i­cal can­di­dates. 51. For­mer mea­sure of the US econ­omy. 52. King of Sparta and hero of the bat­tle of Ther­mopy­lae where is was killed by the Per­sians (died in 480 BC). 53. Tall peren­nial herb of trop­i­cal Asia with

dark green leaves. 55. The 3 god­desses of fate or des­tiny. 56. United States writer (born in Poland) who

wrote in Yid­dish (1880-1957). 58. An in­for­mal term for a fa­ther. 59. A blem­ish made by dirt. 60. A white metal­lic el­e­ment that burns with a

bril­liant light. 61. Be­fore noon. 63. In­flict a heavy blow on, with the hand, a

tool, or a weapon. 67. A Chadic lan­guage spo­ken south of Lake

Chad. 71. A high-crowned black cap (usu­ally made of felt or sheep­skin) worn by men in Turkey and Iran and the Cau­ca­sus. 75. A par­tic­u­lar en­vi­ron­ment or walk of life. 77. United States liq­uid unit equal to 4 quarts

or 3.785 liters. 78. A plant hor­mone pro­mot­ing elon­ga­tion of

stems and roots. 79. A cut of pork ribs with much of the meat

trimmed off. 81. An ugly evil-look­ing old woman. 82. Free from liq­uid or mois­ture. 83. A large es­tate in Span­ish-speak­ing coun­tries. 84. A flat wing-shaped process or wing­like part

of an or­gan­ism. 1. Oc­cur­ring widely (as to many peo­ple). 2. (Sume­rian) Wa­ter god and god of wis­dom. 3. A dis­tinc­tive odor that is of­fen­sively

un­pleas­ant. 4. Grossly of­fen­sive to de­cency or moral­ity. 5. Ger­man chemist re­mem­bered for his dis­cov­ery of the ring struc­ture of ben­zene (18291896). 6. The ba­sic unit of money in Nige­ria. 7. Bulky gray­ish-brown ea­gle with a short

wedge-shaped white tail. 8. Late time of life. 9. A pass be­tween moun­tain peaks. 10. In bed. 11. A tri­cy­cle (usu­ally pro­pelled by ped­alling). 12. Ex­actly ver­ti­cal. 13. A Nilotic lan­guage. 14. Small cold-wa­ter sil­very fish. 22. A block of solid sub­stance (such as soap or

wax). 24. Wood of a sumac. 26. A form of mag­netic res­o­nance imag­ing of the brain that reg­is­ters blood flow to func­tion­ing ar­eas of the brain. 27. (Akka­dian) God of wis­dom. 30. A genus of orb-weav­ing spi­ders in­clud­ing

com­mon gar­den spi­ders and barn spi­ders. 33. (Ir­ish) Mother of the Tuatha De Danann. 35. Be­come im­bued. 36. A Chadic lan­guage spo­ken south of Lake

Chad. 38. A re­li­gious doc­trine that is pro­claimed as

true with­out proof. 39. (of com­plex­ion) Blem­ished by im­per­fec­tions of the skin. 40. Greek mythol­ogy. 42. A mil­i­tary trainee (as at a mil­i­tary acad­emy). 43. Flat table­land with steep edges. 44. An or­ga­ni­za­tion of coun­tries formed in 1961 to agree on a com­mon pol­icy for the sale of petroleum. 47. Re­move the clip from. 48. The dy­nasty that ruled much of Manchuria

and north­east­ern China from 947 to 1125. 50. A hard brit­tle blue-white mul­ti­va­lent

metal­lic el­e­ment. 54. (Baby­lo­nian) God of storms and wind. 57. A party of peo­ple as­sem­bled in the

evening (usu­ally at a pri­vate house). 62. A flat-bot­tomed vol­canic crater that was

formed by an ex­plo­sion. 64. A mem­ber of a ru­ral Fin­nish peo­ple liv­ing

in eastern Rus­sia. 65. Small slen­der gull hav­ing nar­row wings

and a forked tail. 66. A town in north cen­tral Ok­la­homa. 68. Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially

in Turkey). 69. Any of numer­ous lo­cal fer­til­ity and na­ture deities wor­shipped by an­cient Semitic peo­ples. 70. Prim­i­tive chloro­phyll-con­tain­ing mainly aquatic eu­kary­otic or­gan­isms lack­ing true stems and roots and leaves. 72. Con­cern­ing those not mem­bers of the clergy. 73. The residue that re­mains when some­thing

is burned. 74. An ac­coun­tant cer­ti­fied by the state. 76. A loose sleeve­less outer gar­ment made

from aba cloth. 80. A ra­dioac­tive el­e­ment of the ac­tinide


A peace­ful at­mos­phere is deeply sat­is­fy­ing and a sim­ply cozy house is where you want to place your at­ten­tion for this day. There may be needed re­pairs or chores, but you will be able to han­dle what­ever you have planned and may even get some help with some of your chores. Two or three peo­ple can make the work move along much faster-par­tic­u­larly with some fun mu­sic in the back­ground. You will find that oth­ers are will­ing to help if they want to at­tend a per­for­mance later to­day, such as a cir­cus or play, or see a new ex­hibit at the mu­seum. Out­door ac­tiv­ity is re­ju­ve­nat­ing and when en­joyed with other peo­ple, this day may be­come one of those life­long mem­o­ries. There are al­ways hik­ing, bi­cy­cling, bird watch­ing, ca­noe­ing, fish­ing, etc.

You may be able to bring the fam­ily or per­haps a group of your friends to­gether to en­joy a play, a mu­sic per­for­mance or an art ex­hibit. Achieve­ment of your own po­etry or art may be pos­si­ble now. Cre­ative en­deav­ors and ac­com­plish­ments are catch­ing and you may find that in a fam­ily or in a group of friends, there will be sev­eral to ex­press the same sort of tal­ent. Take some time to­day to teach your art, skill or at­ti­tude to those who want to learn. There are no ar­gu­ments other than which restau­rant to go to or which road to take and you are very pleased that your friends or fam­ily, or both, get along as well as they do. You may de­cide to make plans to have ev­ery­one to­gether at the end of this month. There are lots of things for which to be thank­ful.

There is a ten­dency to­ward iso­la­tion to­day but it is not a neg­a­tive ac­tiv­ity. This is ac­tu­ally a good time to use all the pos­i­tive en­ergy around you and re­gain your en­ergy-re­lax­ation-good smells. Naps are not bad, just a fun way to re­plen­ish your en­er­gies, es­pe­cially if this last week was a stress­ful one. Later this af­ter­noon you are tuned in and turned on to most any ac­tiv­ity, as long as it is not too busy. An af­ter­noon drive to the coun­try or the out­skirts of town will give you the op­por­tu­nity to stop at a truck farm and gather your own berries or pur­chase a few veg­eta­bles, etc. This may not be a time for men­tal stim­u­la­tion but it is a great time to just en­joy and re­flect upon the world. You may en­joy check­ing out a new health food store and en­joy the good smells.

This is a good time for prob­lem solv­ing. This is a vi­tal day in which much en­ergy and ac­tion is uti­lized. You could find your­self in the lime­light or able to re­ally com­mu­ni­cate and get your ideas across to oth­ers. Young peo­ple are in need of your guid­ance. You are in a se­ri­ous frame of mind and may find your­self deal­ing with mat­ters of much con­cern and re­spon­si­bil­ity. This is the time to state your opin­ion and give ex­am­ples. There is a need for a more pos­i­tive at­ti­tude in the whole fam­ily set­ting and you can set the ex­am­ple. Re­spon­si­bil­i­ties for the up­com­ing hol­i­days can be voted on and re­wards can be set as well. You and your mate may dis­agree oc­ca­sion­ally, but trad­ing opin­ions only strength­ens the re­la­tion­ship-com­pro­mise. You may be caught be­tween pow­er­ful con­flict­ing de­sires to­day. It might be a good idea to let go of one so you can sat­isfy the other. Choos­ing be­tween them will soon be­come eas­ier. You get to­gether with fam­ily mem­bers later to­day to re­view plans for a trip that will be com­ing up soon. Catch­ing up on com­mu­ni­ca­tions is nec­es­sary and you may de­cide to do more cor­re­spon­dence to make sure you have not for­got­ten any­one. New cre­ative en­deav­ors, in­clud­ing writ­ing ideas down for a novel, will be well worth your time and ef­fort. While you are do­ing this note keep­ing, you could go ahead and make your out­line for this book. You could be­come pub­lished be­fore very much time goes by. It is easy for you to find the proper mo­ti­va­tion at this time.

This day may bring op­por­tu­ni­ties to ex­am­ine your life’s path. If change is needed, now is the time to be­gin those changes. You could call this a time of get­ting down to ba­sics and cre­at­ing a plan. Look for and dis­pense with the things that slow you from your goals. In­tense and some­times driven, you are able to cut through to the heart of things. You are sel­dom in­ter­ested in im­press­ing oth­ers but can hop on what­ever char­ity train sounds the best for your tal­ents. Al­though your mind is busy plan­ning your fu­ture path, you can be very cap­ti­vat­ing with oth­ers at this time. Foot­loose and fancy free, this evening you may de­cide to gather some friends that you have not seen in some time and

talk this evening-you have fun and stim­u­lat­ing con­ver­sa­tions.

You are at your men­tal best with clear thoughts. This is an ex­cel­lent time to make de­ci­sions and take care of men­tal work. You may de­cide that this is a good morn­ing to bal­ance the check­book, work out a bud­get or just gen­er­ally, catch up on your read­ing. You could be feel­ing in­ward and more like shar­ing some time with your lover or with close friends later this af­ter­noon. Some kind of heal­ing process is at work in your life: you iso­late what doesn’t work, elim­i­nate it and go for­ward. You teach neat­ness and cour­te­ous be­hav­ior to oth­ers through ex­am­ple and ev­ery­one seems to be your friend. Tonight, you may find your­self help­ing some­one pre­pare to move or even car­ing for some young ones so that friends can be en­ter­tained. You are en­ter­tained. Fam­ily and se­cu­rity are things that rat­tle your chain more than ever. These are ar­eas where you make new be­gin­nings and bold moves. A new idea for a book, the be­gin­ning of a new job, a new hobby and per­haps there are plans to join a new re­li­gious de­nom­i­na­tion. What­ever the case, you en­joy your sur­round­ings and ex­press your­self with beauty and the de­sire to learn and grow, no mat­ter what age you have be­come. If you are liv­ing with some­one, you will find your­self reach­ing a com­pro­mise or shar­ing the time. Per­haps you can plan sep­a­rate ac­tiv­i­ties and meet in the evening to share the ex­pe­ri­ences. Too much time spent with your own project may play havoc with

some­one else’s plans. You aim for har­mony and beauty in your fam­ily set­ting.


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