Kuwait Times - - STARS -

1. The sev­enth and last day of the week. 4. Per­tain­ing to or lo­cated on or near the sea­coast. 12. Brief episode in which the brain gets in­suf­fi­cient blood sup­ply. 15. A unit of pres­sure. 16. An acid formed as an in­ter­me­di­ate prod­uct of the me­tab­o­lism of ty­ro­sine and phenyl­ala­nine. 17. Au­to­matic data pro­cess­ing by elec­tronic means with­out the use of tab­u­lat­ing cards or punched tapes. 18. Elec­tronic war­fare un­der­taken to pre­vent or re­duce an enemy's ef­fec­tive use of the elec­tro­mag­netic spec­trum. 19. An edict of the Rus­sian tsar. 20. Used by south­ern­ers for an in­hab­i­tant of a north­ern state in the United States (es­pe­cially a Union sol­dier). 22. Make a vi­brant noise, of grasshop­pers or

ci­cadas. 24. The cap­i­tal and largest city of Bangladesh. 26. Es­sen­tial oil or per­fume ob­tained from

flow­ers. 27. Ger­man en­gi­neer (born in France) who

in­vented the diesel en­gine (1858-1913). 28. (law) A de­fense by an ac­cused per­son pur­port­ing to show that he or she could not have com­mit­ted the crime in ques­tion. 30. A met­ric unit of length equal to one thou­sandth of a meter. 32. Be­ing ten more than one hun­dred forty. 33. A unit of weight equiv­a­lent to 1000 kilo­grams. 34. Fishes hav­ing large mouths with a worm­like fil­a­ment at­tached for lur­ing prey. 37. Pro­fane or ob­scene ex­pres­sion usu­ally of

sur­prise or anger. 41. A sig­nal trans­mit­ted along a nar­row path. 42. A bach­e­lor's de­gree in re­li­gion. 44. Mild yel­low Dutch cheese made in balls. 45. A unit of in­for­ma­tion equal to one mil­lion

(1,048,576) bytes. 46. (New Tes­ta­ment) One of the three sages from the east who came bear­ing gifts for the in­fant Je­sus. 52. Pun­ish with an ar­bi­trary penalty. 53. A white metal­lic el­e­ment that burns with a

bril­liant light. 54. The sixth month of the civil year. 55. A tri­cy­cle (usu­ally pro­pelled by ped­alling). 57. Weedy Eurasian plant of­ten a pest in grain

fields. 60. (Hindu) A man­ner of sit­ting (as in the prac­tice of Yoga). 61. The lofty nest of a bird of prey (such as a

hawk or ea­gle). 62. (pre­fix) Out­side or outer. 64. (astronomy) The an­gu­lar dis­tance of a ce­les­tial point mea­sured west­ward along the ce­les­tial equa­tor from the zenith cross­ing. 66. Not ca­pa­ble of be­ing swayed or di­verted

from a course. 70. Re­lat­ing to a clinic or con­ducted in or as if in a clinic and de­pend­ing on di­rect ob­ser­va­tion of pa­tients. 72. The cry made by sheep. 73. A per­son who pos­sesses great ma­te­rial

wealth. 74. Hav­ing an oblique or slanted di­rec­tion. 78. A Euro­pean river. 79. African tree hav­ing an ex­ceed­ingly thick trunk and fruit that re­sem­bles a gourd and has an ed­i­ble pulp called mon­key bread. 80. A nearly hor­i­zon­tal pas­sage from the sur­face into a mine. 1. A de­tailed de­scrip­tion of de­sign cri­te­ria for a

piece of work. 2. United States writer (born in Poland) who

wrote in Yid­dish (1880-1957). 3. Show­ing fear and lack of con­fi­dence. 4. Large elon­gated com­pressed food fish of

Euro­pean At­lantic wa­ters. 5. Large north­ern deer with enor­mous flat­tened antlers in the male. 6. The aca­demic world. 7. The com­mon­est type of so­lid­i­fied lava. 8. An or­ga­ni­za­tion of coun­tries formed in 1961 to agree on a com­mon pol­icy for the sale of pe­tro­leum. 9. A highly un­sta­ble ra­dioac­tive el­e­ment (the

heav­i­est of the halo­gen se­ries). 10. Of or re­lat­ing to or in­dica­tive of or is­sued or per­formed by a king or queen or other monarch. 11. A nu­cleic acid con­sist­ing of large mol­e­cules shaped like a dou­ble helix. 12. Thought to de­rive from me­te­orites. 13. The con­tent of cog­ni­tion. 14. Some­one who copies the words or be­hav­ior of another. 21. A wealthy man (who made his for­tune in

the Ori­ent). 23. Pos­sess­ing ma­te­rial wealth. 25. A na­tion in north­ern North Amer­ica. 29. Be­ing nine more than forty. 31. Ti­tle used for a mar­ried French­woman. 35. An al­loy of cop­per and zinc (and some­times ar­senic) used to im­i­tate gold in cheap jew­elry and for gild­ing. 36. Go on board. 38. Of or re­lat­ing to or char­ac­ter­is­tic of Korea

or its peo­ple or lan­guage. 39. Mar or spoil the ap­pear­ance of. 40. A uni­ver­sity in Mas­sachusetts. 43. An in­de­his­cent fruit de­rived from a sin­gle ovary hav­ing one or many seeds within a fleshy wall or peri­carp. 47. Tend­ing to soothe or tran­quil­ize. 48. A per­son who is con­fined. 49. A ra­dioac­tive el­e­ment of the ac­tinide

se­ries. 50. Cap­i­tal of the state of Oregon in the north­west­ern part of the state on the Wil­lamette River. 51. A rapid bustling com­mo­tion. 56. The di­alect of Malay used as the na­tional lan­guage of the Repub­lic of In­done­sia or of Malaysia. 58. Dog­like noc­tur­nal mam­mal of Africa and

south­ern Asia that feeds chiefly on car­rion. 59. The face of a time­piece. 63. Wear­ing or pro­vided with cloth­ing. 65. (pre­fix) In­di­cat­ing dif­fer­ence or vari­a­tion. 67. In bed. 68. Medium-sized tree hav­ing glossy lance­o­late leaves. 69. Pulled or drawn tight. 71. A com­part­ment in front of a mo­tor ve­hi­cle

where driver sits. 75. The blood group whose red cells carry

both the A and B anti­gens. 76. A metal­lic el­e­ment of the rare earth group. 77. A hard gray lus­trous metal­lic el­e­ment that

is highly cor­ro­sion-re­sis­tant.

Cir­cum­stances af­fect you in a very di­rect man­ner. You may be­come dis­gusted at an on­go­ing mess around you just now. A move may be in or­der-an up­grade from where you are now. What­ever the case, you will change a neg­a­tive to a pos­i­tive or cre­ate the op­por­tu­nity to move be­yond any dif­fi­cul­ties. You have a lot of men­tal en­ergy now to help you in what­ever sort of en­deavor you seek to ac­com­plish. If there is no part-time job to keep you busy just now, you might find that your friends are par­tic­u­larly sup­port­ive and will keep you com­pany through some so­cial ac­tiv­ity this evening. You en­joy the sup­port you re­ceive from those around you. You also en­joy the study of ge­neal­ogy and may do re­search tonight with some on­go­ing in­for­ma­tion.

You will find suc­cess­ful re­sults from your prob­ing ques­tions this day. You may be able to suc­cess­fully com­plete a project that oth­ers have be­gun long ago. Be­cause of some ex­pe­ri­ence you have had in the in­sur­ance busi­ness, you could be called in to help with some di­ag­nos­tic cod­ing pro­ce­dures for med­i­cal in­sur­ance re­im­burse­ment is­sues. You will teach oth­ers to be­come pro­fi­cient in some long-ago en­deavor that turned out to be very suc­cess­ful for you. Sym­pa­thy and un­der­stand­ing from oth­ers is of greater im­por­tance now. Give sym­pa­thy and un­der­stand­ing to oth­ers and you will eas­ily have the same. It is wis­dom and not knowl­edge that counts most now. You may spend a lit­tle time this evening mend­ing or tak­ing care of your work clothes.

You are not re­ally the one to cook when it's time to join a gath­er­ing but there are lots of other ar­eas in which to par­tic­i­pate if peo­ple at work want to gather for a party soon. You might find your­self vol­un­teer­ing to help with re­fresh­ments. Learn­ing how to suc­cess­fully en­ter­tain re­quires mas­ter­ing the ba­sic essentials of style, eti­quette and plan­ning. You seem to be very or­ga­nized with lit­tle time. Al­low your­self the sim­ple ways this sea­son. Peo­ple find you at your most imag­i­na­tive and you have lots to of­fer when it comes to plan­ning. You will also be help­ing to guide a group to pos­i­tive re­sults when it comes to de­ci­sion mak­ing. To­day's ac­tiv­i­ties in the work­place may soon point you in the

di­rec­tion of a raise or a bet­ter pro­fes­sional po­si­tion.

You are in­ter­ested in the telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions in­dus­try and may find your­self study­ing the emerg­ing new tech­nolo­gies and prod­ucts. De­tailed de­scrip­tions of the pub­lic net­works, data com­mu­ni­ca­tions in­clud­ing lo­cal area net­works, cur­rent and fu­ture prod­ucts and ser­vices may be­come avail­able to you now. Mak­ing your mark on the world has spe­cial sig­nif­i­cance for you. Achieve­ment, am­bi­tion and au­thor­ity take on greater im­por­tance. Am­bi­tious schemes and the pur­suit of suc­cess and sta­tus take on a high pri­or­ity this af­ter­noon. This brings a fo­cus on the prac­ti­cal, the suc­cess­ful, the prag­matic-what­ever it takes to get you ahead long term. Tonight you and a friend are on the same wave­length and con­ver­sa­tions are a lot of fun; there's laugh­ter! You are pos­i­tive and up­beat but you could be­come an­noy­ing if you go over­board with the pos­i­tive chat­ter. Con­cen­trate on what is needed and keep mov­ing for­ward. Op­por­tu­ni­ties to be with friends and share your pos­i­tive outlook will hap­pen of­ten but let these times come to you. You are a fast prob­lem solver and if in­ter­ested, you would make a great investigator, ei­ther in sci­en­tific re­search or un­der­cover work. Your abil­ity to get to the point is all but phe­nom­e­nal. You can talk and put into words ar­eas of the psy­cho­log­i­cal that oth­ers would not touch. You are de­ter­mined in your work and you gain recog­ni­tion through your pro­duc­tive ac­tions. You set the ex­am­ple for oth­ers to fol­low. Tonight you cel­e­brate your spe­cial day.

Your city will hold an im­pounded and aban­doned ve­hi­cle auc­tion soon. Check this out and you can help your­self or a friend ob­tain a long-needed ve­hi­cle for driv­ing back and forth to work. Be­fore go­ing off to work to­day, you grab a bag of books that will be grate­fully re­ceived at a thrift shop this af­ter­noon. There is more than one way to save money or to make a lit­tle ex­tra money and you could write a book. Dis­cov­er­ing what you truly be­lieve in is a per­sonal pri­or­ity. Re­li­gion, law, pol­i­tics, travel and higher ed­u­ca­tion are some of the are­nas where this takes place. You may find your­self ex­am­in­ing and test­ing ideals. There is time for re­lax­ation this evening. You may en­joy es­cap­ing re­al­i­ties with a

good book or a lit­tle tele­vi­sion this evening.

You may be­come in­formed of some un­usual phe­nom­ena that a few sci­en­tists have dis­cov­ered. There may be some re­search in­volved in to­day's work. You have some insight into ways you can be help­ful. Be­fore pre­sent­ing your work, proof­ing or test­ing the work will catch mis­takes you had not been aware of be­fore this time. You and oth­ers will be quite pleased with the re­sults of your work. Oth­ers re­spect your ideas as well as your good insight. Your or­ga­ni­za­tional abil­i­ties and a sense of re­spon­si­bil­ity will be what guides you and proves suc­cess­ful. There is talk about be­com­ing in­volved in some new ex­er­cise or new hobby this af­ter­noon. Tonight, a close re­la­tion­ship will take on more mean­ing and mag­ni­tude. You have an in­ner need for com­mu­ni­ca­tion of all kinds but may have too many things go­ing on to keep up with the pace you have cre­ated. You can be all over the place, al­ways try­ing to make one more con­nec­tion. Speak­ing and writ­ing are nat­u­rals. You have a need for lots of va­ri­ety. You put forth a lot of ef­fort, in par­tic­u­lar re­gard­ing your ca­reer. Your drive and am­bi­tions work well with the man­age­ment skills you have. You cre­ate a har­mo­nious work en­vi­ron­ment. You are at your most ef­fi­cient when it comes to deal­ing and work­ing with oth­ers. Outer cir­cum­stances are fa­vor­able and it should be easy for you to see pos­i­tive re­sults from your ef­forts. This is a new time in your life when the past should be left be­hind and new doors open.


Capri­corn (De­cem­ber 22-Jan­uary 19)

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