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1. An in­for­mal term for a fa­ther. 4. A polypep­tide an­tibi­otic (sim­i­lar to bac­i­tracin) ob­tained from a soil bac­terium. 12. The shape of a raised edge of a more or less

cir­cu­lar ob­ject. 15. A pe­riod marked by distinc­tive char­ac­ter or

reck­oned from a fixed point or event. 16. Make lighter or brighter. 17. Used of a sin­gle unit or thing. 18. An of­fi­cer who acts as mil­i­tary as­sis­tant to a

more se­nior of­fi­cer. 20. Small and light boat. 21. A frac­tional mone­tary unit in Bangladesh

and In­dia and Nepal and Pak­istan. 23. The seed of flax used as a source of oil. 26. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that

runs north­east into the Rhine. 27. Cap­i­tal and largest city of Italy. 30. A door-like mov­able bar­rier in a fence or

wall. 31. One of the 150 lyri­cal po­ems and prayers that com­prise the Book of Psalms in the Old Tes­ta­ment. 34. In­abil­ity to uri­nate. 35. Full of ruts. 37. A unit of elec­tri­cal re­sis­tance equal to the re­sis­tance be­tween two points on a con­duc­tor when a po­ten­tial difference of one volt be­tween them pro­duces a cur­rent of one am­pere. 38. One of the two main branches of ortho­dox

Is­lam. 42. (Ir­ish) Mother of the an­cient Ir­ish gods. 43. Of or in or re­lat­ing to the nose. 45. Thick­en­ing of tis­sue in the mo­tor tracts of the lat­eral col­umns and an­te­rior horns of the spinal cord. 46. Ja­panese math­e­mat­i­cal physi­cist who pro­posed that nu­clear forces are me­di­ated by mas­sive par­ti­cles called mesons which are anal­o­gous to the pho­ton in me­di­at­ing elec­tro­mag­netic forces (1907-1981). 49. Cov­ered with frost. 51. An ab­sence of emo­tion or en­thu­si­asm. 52. A gray lus­trous metal­lic el­e­ment of the rare

earth group. 53. Swelling from ex­ces­sive ac­cu­mu­la­tion of

serous fluid in tis­sue. 54. Hawai­ian dish of taro root pounded to a

paste and of­ten al­lowed to fer­ment. 57. A sil­very duc­tile metal­lic el­e­ment found

pri­mar­ily in baux­ite. 59. (Is­lam) The man who leads prayers in a

mosque. 60. Less than the cor­rect or le­gal or full

amount of­ten de­lib­er­ately so. 62. A piece of soft ma­te­rial that pro­tects an

in­jured part of the body v 1. 65. A white metal­lic el­e­ment that burns with a

bril­liant light. 66. A yearn­ing for some­thing or to do some­thing. 68. The syl­la­ble nam­ing the fourth (sub­dom­i­nant) note of the di­a­tonic scale in solmiza­tion. 69. A land­locked prin­ci­pal­ity in the Hi­malayas

north­east of In­dia. 73. 100 avos equal 1 pat­aca. 75. A re­gion of cen­tral Spain. 78. A loose sleeveless outer gar­ment made

from aba cloth. 79. Fleshy folds of tis­sue as those sur­round­ing

the mouth. 80. Re­lat­ing to bees or bee­keep­ing. 81. A piece of fur­ni­ture that pro­vides a place to

sleep. 82. Any of sev­eral small un­gu­late mam­mals of Africa and Asia with ro­dent-like in­cisors and feet with hooflike toes. 83. A river in north­east­ern Brazil that flows gen­er­ally north­ward to the At­lantic Ocean. 84. An agency of the United Na­tions af­fil­i­ated

with the World Bank.


1. Lack­ing or deprive of the sense of hear­ing

wholly or in part. 2. Fleshy and usu­ally brightly col­ored cover of some seeds that de­vel­ops from the ovule stalk and par­tially or en­tirely en­velopes the seed. 3. An in­for­mal term for a fa­ther. 4. A com­plete met­ric sys­tem of units of mea­sure­ment for sci­en­tists. 5. A cir­cum­scribed in­flam­ma­tory and of­ten sup­pu­rat­ing le­sion on the skin or an in­ter­nal mu­cous sur­face re­sult­ing in necro­sis of tis­sue. 6. (Scot­tish) Bluish-black or gray-blue. 7. A vast tree­less plain in the arc­tic re­gions

be­tween the ice cap and the tree line. 8. The United Na­tions agency con­cerned with

in­ter­na­tional mar­itime ac­tiv­i­ties. 9. A state­ment that de­vi­ates from or per­verts

the truth. 10. Not out. 11. Type genus of the Nep­i­dae. 12. An In­dian side dish of yo­gurt and chopped

cu­cum­bers and spices. 13. A small picture in­serted within the bounds

or a larger one. 14. English econ­o­mist noted for his stud­ies of in­ter­na­tional trade and fi­nance (born in 1907). 19. Praise, glo­rify, or honor. 22. A Chadic lan­guage spo­ken in north­ern

Nige­ria and closely re­lated to Hausa. 24. Same in iden­tity. 25. In a hearty man­ner. 28. Genus of Euro­pean sub­shrubs or herbs hav­ing pink or pur­ple or yel­low soli­tary or clus­tered flow­ers. 29. Leader of Black Mus­lims who cam­paigned for in­de­pen­dence for Black Amer­i­cans (1897-1975). 32. The first light of day. 33. A mem­ber of an In­dian peo­ple for­merly liv­ing along the Gulf coast of Louisiana and Texas. 36. A low heavy horse­cart with­out sides. 39. Liv­ing quar­ters re­served for wives and con­cu­bines and fe­male rel­a­tives in a Mus­lim house­hold. 40. Trop­i­cal Amer­i­can tree grown in south­ern United States hav­ing a whitish pink-tinged fruit. 41. State in north­east­ern In­dia. 44. A heavy brit­tle metal­lic el­e­ment of the

plat­inum group. 47. Lack of nor­mal mus­cu­lar ten­sion or tonus. 48. A wave that is blown by the wind so its

crest is bro­ken and ap­pears white. 50. A farewell re­mark. 55. The blood group whose red cells carry

both the A and B anti­gens. 56. A woman's dress style that im­i­tates the caf­tan cloaks worn by men in the Near East. 58. 1 species. 61. Type genus of the Cavi­idae. 63. The ba­sic unit of money in Nige­ria. 64. A repub­lic in West Africa on the Gulf of

Guinea. 67. Plant with an elon­gated head of broad

stalked leaves re­sem­bling cel­ery. 70. A sock with a sep­a­ra­tion for the big toe. 71. In bed. 72. A quan­tity of no im­por­tance. 74. (Ro­man mythol­ogy) God­dess of abun­dance and fer­til­ity. 76. Term of ad­dress for a man. 77. Be­ing two more than fifty.

Ex­tra money comes your way at work this morn­ing. You could re­ceive money from a foot­ball pool or some other sim­i­lar type of ac­tiv­ity. Your pro­fes­sional am­bi­tion is in­ten­si­fied-you aim to make a difference in this world-to ac­com­plish. This would be a good time to thin out your re­spon­si­bil­i­ties and bal­ance some of your ac­tiv­i­ties: some un­fin­ished projects or some de­sired abil­ity that you would like to try. You may find your­self look­ing through a few con­tin­u­ing ed­u­ca­tion classes in hopes of learn­ing more about some­thing new you may want to ac­com­plish. This could be pi­ano, voice, com­puter ex­per­tise or per­haps art. You may be very pleased to dis­cover how peace­ful you be­come while in the process of cre­at­ing.

You may find your­self work­ing on bud­get­ing for your place of busi­ness as well as a per­sonal bud­get for the com­ing hol­i­days. Bud­get­ing is where your at­ten­tion is most of this day. Per­haps you own a com­pany or you help some­one that owns a com­pany. You are on the right path with the for­mat you are tak­ing, no mat­ter where you are work­ing. A prac­ti­cal aware­ness of the na­ture of time is the key­note of your deep­est feel­ings now. There is a ten­dency to be too strict with your­self and to in­sist that what­ever does not con­trib­ute to se­cu­rity and other long-term goals is triv­ial. Your de­sire to achieve is in­ten­si­fied and you could be look­ing for a part-time job or try­ing to talk a fam­ily mem­ber into work­ing part-time. If you work with facts, you will be suc­cess­ful.

Work, achieve­ment and am­bi­tion mean a lot to you and it is a good time to take care of some busi­ness you have post­poned or dis­re­garded up to now. Obli­ga­tions come to your at­ten­tion. This af­ter­noon you may find your­self hur­ry­ing to some group meet­ing. Be­ing on the go and keep­ing a fin­ger to the winds of change make you feel in touch; learn­ing and com­mu­ni­cat­ing scratch an in­stinc­tive itch. Your burn­ing zeal for the ideal world and your need to be part of a group of like­minded souls are ma­jor fac­tors in your makeup. You learn and grow through your ef­forts to help oth­ers and you are happy to ac­cept some work that will help get the home­less off the streets. Be­fore the day is over, you may have talked sev­eral other peo­ple into join­ing you in this work.

A drive to find the an­swers to your ques­tions may find you ex­am­in­ing and work­ing through some prob­lems that have lin­gered far too long on your desk. Push too hard and you could put your­self into some stress-how­ever, you might find a co-worker will­ing to help you work a trade. When this co-worker needs help you have the op­por­tu­nity to re­turn the fa­vor. This af­ter­noon you en­joy shop­ping for a fam­ily mem­ber-you make a con­scious ef­fort to com­pare prices and qual­ity. Hav­ing and ap­pre­ci­at­ing things of beauty and value plays a big­ger role in your life now. Pro­vided you do not spend it all on the fancy things that catch your eye, this can be a fi­nan­cially fa­vor­able pe­riod. A birth­day or an­niver­sary is cel­e­brated tonight. Ro­mance is on the hori­zon. Make room for new growth-yes, you can ex­pect some pos­i­tive changes in your life. The re­sults will be their own paths of devel­op­ment. Be tuned into the pos­i­tive in your life and give your­self credit for the progress you have made. You may me­thod­i­cally go about plan­ning and cre­at­ing your fu­ture. This whole birth­day year will be full of ac­com­plish­ments in the busi­ness world and growth in your emo­tional life. You will mul­ti­ply your ca­reer op­tions. The ef­fort to­ward mak­ing dreams come true can be scary at first, but you will look back years from now and be glad you dared. After the cel­e­bra­tions of the day are put aside, you will con­tinue to find all sorts of rea­sons to ap­pre­ci­ate and en­joy life; smile your con­ta­gious smile-happy birth­day!

You might like to ig­nore re­spon­si­bil­i­ties and do some so­cial­iz­ing later to­day but the de­mands of the work­place seem to be a bit more in­tense than usual. Con­sid­er­ing that a day or so of va­ca­tion could be some­thing you could en­joy soon, you need to be quick to solve and end as many projects as pos­si­ble. This day is sched­uled for work re­spon­si­bil­i­ties but by the af­ter­noon, you may look to your friends for a change of en­vi­ron­ment. Your opin­ions in a group sit­u­a­tion are rel­e­vant and taken un­der con­sid­er­a­tion. A type of time-share sit­u­a­tion may de­velop and you have enough re­spon­si­ble friends to suc­cess­fully en­joy this op­tion. The only things left to de­cide are the dates and the clothes. This is the

kind of talk that en­cour­ages you to be cre­ative.

Some of the health­i­est love re­la­tion­ships grow from friend­ships. This is the best time of the year to en­joy the art of bring­ing a re­la­tion­ship close. Some of the most beau­ti­ful flow­ers and veg­eta­bles grow this time of year. If you find your­self in a place of busi­ness, your desk will be adorned with the beauty of a gar­den and enough color to lift any spirit that needs a boost. Har­mo­nious ties to oth­ers are what you yearn for; re­fine­ment and el­e­gance are what you seek. The ideal part­ner­ship, the perfect bal­ance, the high­est stan­dards of truth and beauty are some of the things that quicken your pulse. A co-worker may be much more agree­able this week than in the past. You and a friend may work to­gether in a vol­un­teer or­ga­ni­za­tion this evening. Do not de­cline an as­signed task be­cause of a lack of train­ing or ex­pe­ri­ence. You can learn as you go. You could find a teacher or guide, a new ap­proach to your ca­reer, etc. You may find ways that can save the com­pany some ex­tra ex­penses this year. Your mind is on cut­ting through the nonessen­tials and pen­e­trat­ing to the core-you want to know who or what pulls the strings. Learn­ing and know­ing a lit­tle about a lot of things, as well as stay­ing in touch and on top of the latest de­vel­op­ments, sat­is­fies a need for men­tal stim­u­la­tion. An open mind may be the key to suc­cess. Let op­ti­mism carry you through a dif­fi­cult dilemma this af­ter­noon. At home, you re­ally get into the holiday sea­son. Young peo­ple fig­ure more promi­nently in your life as well.


Capri­corn (De­cem­ber 22-Jan­uary 19)

Aquar­ius (Jan­uary 20- Fe­bru­ary 18)

Sagit­tar­ius (Novem­ber 22-De­cem­ber 21)

Pisces (Fe­bru­ary 19-March 20)

Virgo (Au­gust 23-Septem­ber 22)

Gem­ini (May 21-June 20)

Can­cer (June 21-July 22)

Leo (July 23-Au­gust 22)

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