Kuwait Times - - STARS -

1. A fa­tal disease of cat­tle that af­fects the cen­tral ner­vous sys­tem. 4. (In­dia) Flat pan­cake-like bread cooked on a

grid­dle. 12. A writing im­ple­ment with a point from

which ink flows. 15. A for­mer agency (from 1946 to 1974) that was re­spon­si­ble for re­search into atomic energy and its peace­time uses in the United States. 16. Some­times placed in genus Scilla. 17. A fed­eral agency es­tab­lished to co­or­di­nate pro­grams aimed at re­duc­ing pol­lu­tion and pro­tect­ing the en­vi­ron­ment. 18. A Chadic lan­guage spo­ken in north­ern

Nige­ria. 19. (Baby­lo­nian) God of storms and wind. 20. Closed with a lace. 22. An­gu­lar dis­tance above the hori­zon (es­pe­cially of a ce­les­tial ob­ject). 23. Not in­vited or re­quested. 28. Hy­po­thet­i­cal uni­ver­sal sol­vent once sought

by al­chemists. 30. The ba­sic unit of money in China. 32. A game in which num­bered balls are drawn and random and play­ers cover the cor­re­spond­ing num­bers on their cards. 33. A res­i­dent of Iowa. 37. A mem­ber of an Atha­paskan peo­ple that mi­grated to Ari­zona and New Mex­ico and Utah. 38. A room equipped with toi­let fa­cil­i­ties. 40. A loose sleeve­less outer gar­ment made

from aba cloth. 41. Us­ing speech rather than writing. 42. A soft sil­very metal­lic el­e­ment of the al­kali

earth group. 46. A unit of mag­netic flux equal to

100,000,000 maxwells. 48. The cry made by sheep. 50. For fear that. 51. Ei­ther of two large African an­telopes of the genus Tau­ro­tra­gus hav­ing short spi­rally twisted horns in both sexes. 54. (Philip­pine) A dish of mar­i­nated veg­eta­bles

and meat or fish. 56. The largest con­ti­nent with 60% of the

earth's pop­u­la­tion. 57. Any ob­ject that is left unused or still ex­tant. 59. Food mix­tures ei­ther ar­ranged on a plate or tossed and served with a moist dress­ing. 61. A col­or­less and odor­less in­ert gas. 62. An in­quiry into un­fa­mil­iar or ques­tion­able

ac­tiv­i­ties. 64. The uni­va­lent hy­dro­car­bon rad­i­cal C2H5 de­rived from eth­ane by the re­moval of one hy­dro­gen atom. 72. Of or re­lat­ing to a mem­ber of the Bud­dhist peo­ple in­hab­it­ing the Mekong river in Laos and Thai­land. 73. The younger brother of Edwy who be­came king of Northum­bria when it re­nounced Edwy. 76. Make lighter or brighter. 77. Seed ves­sel hav­ing hooks or prick­les. 78. (Bri­tish) A con­spic­u­ous mis­take whose

ef­fects seem to re­ver­ber­ate. 80. The act of scan­ning. 81. The 7th let­ter of the Greek al­pha­bet. 82. A bony fish of the sub­class Teleostei. 83. An is­land of cen­tral Hawaii (be­tween

Molokai and Kauai).


1. A Chadic lan­guage spo­ken in north­ern

Nige­ria. 2. Fas­tener con­sist­ing of a resinous com­po­si­tion that is plas­tic when warm. 3. Liq­uid con­tain­ing pro­teins and elec­trolytes in­clud­ing the liq­uid in blood plasma and in­ter­sti­tial fluid. 4. The im­pe­rial dy­nasty of China from 1122 to

221 BC. 5. (as­tron­omy) The an­gu­lar dis­tance of a ce­les­tial point mea­sured west­ward along the ce­les­tial equa­tor from the zenith cross­ing. 6. (of farm­land) Ca­pa­ble of be­ing farmed pro­duc­tively. 7. A tri­cy­cle (usu­ally pro­pelled by ped­alling). 8. A port city in south­west­ern Iran. 9. (Brit) A tough youth of 1950's and 1960's

wear­ing Ed­war­dian style clothes. 10. A soft gray mal­leable metal­lic el­e­ment that re­sem­bles tin but dis­col­ors on ex­po­sure to air. 11. Based on or hav­ing the na­ture of an il­lu­sion. 12. Ei­ther of two large mus­cles of the ch­est. 13. A fenc­ing sword sim­i­lar to a foil but with a

heav­ier blade. 14. A quan­tity of no im­por­tance. 21. Of or be­ing the low­est fe­male voice. 24. A wealthy man (who made his for­tune in

the Ori­ent). 25. A very light col­or­less el­e­ment that is one of

the six in­ert gasses. 26. An is­land in In­done­sia south of Bor­neo. 27. The ba­sic unit of money in Iran. 29. An open­ing into or through some­thing. 31. A lumpy ab­scess un­der the hide of do­mes­tic mam­mals caused by lar­vae of a bot­fly or war­ble fly v 1. 34. Com­modi­ties of­fered for sale. 35. In­abil­ity to walk. 36. (Sume­rian and Akka­dian) A de­mon per­son­i­fy­ing death. 39. An oily col­or­less liq­uid ob­tained by the con­den­sa­tion of two mol­e­cules of ac­etalde­hyde. 43. Lower in es­teem. 44. A mem­ber of the Pue­blo peo­ple liv­ing in

north­ern New Mex­ico. 45. Show­ing or caus­ing joy and plea­sure. 47. The lan­guage or speech of one in­di­vid­ual

at a par­tic­u­lar pe­riod in life. 49. A pub­lic pro­mo­tion of some prod­uct or

ser­vice. 52. An an­cient jar with two han­dles and a nar­row neck. 53. (used with sin­gu­lar count nouns) Col­lo­quial for `not a' or `not one' or `never a'. 55. Ger­man or­gan­ist and con­tra­pun­tist (16851750). 58. A soft gray duc­tile metal­lic el­e­ment used in

al­loys. 60. A soft white precious uni­va­lent metal­lic el­e­ment hav­ing the high­est elec­tri­cal and ther­mal con­duc­tiv­ity of any metal. 63. An­nual to peren­nial herbs of the

Mediter­ranean re­gion. 65. Pulled or drawn tight. 66. Long coarse hair grow­ing from the crest of

the an­i­mal's neck. 67. For­merly a large con­stel­la­tion in the south­ern hemi­sphere be­tween Ca­nis Major and the South­ern Cross. 68. Chan­nel into a new di­rec­tion. 69. In ad­di­tion. 70. A woman hired to suckle a child of some­one else. 71. A list of dishes avail­able at a restau­rant. 74. A chronic skin disease oc­cur­ring pri­mar­ily

in women be­tween the ages of 20 and 40. 75. United States liq­uid unit equal to 4 quarts

or 3.785 liters. 79. A ra­dioac­tive transuranic el­e­ment pro­duced by bom­bard­ing plu­to­nium with neu­trons.

With a chal­leng­ing day ahead of you-you re­port for duty early! You may be es­pe­cially dy­namic and as­sertive just now. You en­cour­age oth­ers to high-energy ac­com­plish­ments. There is a lot of energy avail­able for the work you want to do and you have a strong drive to move for­ward. Pace your­self and take the usual breaks-these are im­por­tant. Close re­la­tion­ships of­fer a lot of po­ten­tial for growth this evening. By ob­serv­ing the emo­tional up­heavals of oth­ers, you may find one sim­i­lar­ity con­nect­ing each event-fear. When you un­cover fears, you pro­mote heal­ing. Use this in­for­ma­tion wisely; it will resur­face sev­eral times in the next few years. You are able to en­cour­age many heal­ings. This evening is good for iden­ti­fy­ing the stars and plan­ets.

It is likely that you will be in charge of oth­ers dur­ing your work­ing life. This may in­clude teach­ing or hav­ing your own com­pany, tu­tor­ing or hav­ing a job that deals with the hir­ing of oth­ers. What­ever the case, you may find that peo­ple with no de­sire to do any­thing but earn money, soon lose in­ter­est in a par­tic­u­lar project or pro­fes­sion. This mon­day morn­ing you en­cour­age co-work­ers to find the pos­i­tive points of their cur­rent work. Find­ing the pos­i­tive things about a job, as well as ac­knowl­edg­ing the ca­pa­bil­i­ties be­hind the job, will en­cour­age en­thu­si­asm. You will per­suade oth­ers to add some kind of vol­un­teer work to their lives' in­ter­ests. By find­ing ta­lent and de­sire, one finds the in­cen­tive to move for­ward and cre­ate.

You have an urge to strike out on your own in a new di­rec­tion and to take on new chal­lenges, no mat­ter what the risk. You can be a bit im­pa­tient at times. This is a pe­riod em­pha­siz­ing an en­hanced sense of per­sonal pos­si­bil­i­ties. There is tremen­dous psy­cho­log­i­cal growth, which can lead to great per­sonal suc­cess if you fol­low through with it. You might also find that you will put on the pounds if you are not care­ful. There is a bout of phi­los­o­phy or even a lit­tle re­li­gion now that could have an enor­mous ef­fect on your ca­reer. Last­ing val­ues and what­ever you find to be true will guide you now-open­ing up av­enues that have re­mained blocked. There is sup­port all around you for what­ever you want to ac­com­plish.

Mak­ing your mark on the world has a spe­cial sig­nif­i­cance for you. Achiev­ing your goals is an im­por­tant fac­tor. Or­ga­niz­ing and ad­min­is­ter­ing peo­ple and projects will be­come cen­tral to your life­style. At this time you might re­ally con­sider be­ing ship co­or­di­na­tor for en­ter­tain­ment or you could be the per­son to see when au­di­tion­ing for a movie. My . . . You have a fine ta­lent for know­ing the right per­son­al­ity that is needed to get a par­tic­u­lar job done. You cer­tainly can di­rect peo­ple to the right job or the right ac­tiv­ity. Friend­ships and in­volve­ment in group ac­tiv­i­ties play a more im­por­tant part for you this af­ter­noon. Friends are our only true riches, and the sat­is­fac­tion that comes from ac­com­plish­ing things in co­op­er­a­tion with oth­ers is precious. You con­sider work­ing in a more tech­ni­cal busi­ness and plan to up­date your re­sume this evening. Work may go bet­ter than you ex­pected. You may feel that you are in har­mony with oth­ers to­day-com­mu­ni­ca­tion is easy. The sup­port you need for what­ever you want to ac­com­plish is avail­able at this time. A con­fer­ence with a teacher this af­ter­noon will give you some in­sight into how you can as­sist the self-ex­pres­sion of a young adult. You en­joy your job and re­turn to work to com­plete any un­fin­ished tasks. Cir­cum­stances may stim­u­late ap­pre­ci­a­tion and en­joy­ment of your life sit­u­a­tion. That pur­chas­ing eye of yours is in an aware­ness state. Oth­ers may find you se­lect­ing the best buys with per­haps, a sur­prise for that young adult.

You may bear the ex­pense of mov­ing your house­hold goods and fam­ily to an­other city in search of a job. This will ac­tu­ally be a good move and takes the kind of strong will that some­one like you nat­u­rally has. You have a good sup­port sys­tem and your fi­nal choice is a wise one. Pay at­ten­tion to the ben­e­fits be­fore you sign on the dot­ted line. You choose a work en­vi­ron­ment that is the most prac­ti­cal of en­vi­ron­ments. Al­most ev­ery idea or sit­u­a­tion will be put to good use. Emo­tions are sel­dom a pri­or­ity and you are al­ways very prac­ti­cal and am­bi­tious. Your ca­reer is cen­tral to ev­ery­thing you do. Far­sighted and tra­di­tional, you en­joy suc­cess and the suc­cess­ful. Ob­tain­ing and ex­chang­ing in­for­ma­tion takes on more emo­tional sig­nif­i­cance for you.

This is a great time to work and be with oth­ers. An author­ity fig­ure may seek you out as just the per­son for a par­tic­u­lar job. This is a busy but re­ward­ing work­day. Out­side of your own good works, you en­cour­age oth­ers to high stan­dards. Mak­ing your home sit­u­a­tion more pleas­ant and at­trac­tive plays a part in this and the sale or pur­chase of real es­tate could bring you much gain be­fore this cycle ends. You find time to vol­un­teer and choose your ser­vice in a hos­pi­tal. You may work at the in­for­ma­tion desk and you prob­a­bly do very well in that en­deavor as you like to do what you can to ease the trou­bles of oth­ers. You feel es­pe­cially kind to­ward a loved one this evening. A sense of sup­port and har­mony make this a happy time. In to­day's high-pow­ered work en­vi­ron­ment, peo­ple need ev­ery ad­van­tage they can get. Per­haps you are teach­ing a few em­ploy­ees in a large com­pany how to use new soft­ware or some other tool of busi­ness. Your par­tic­u­lar job be­comes more im­por­tant as the tech­ni­cal equip­ment be­comes more com­pli­cated. A new level of ap­pre­ci­a­tion and recog­ni­tion emerges. This af­ter­noon you give or at­tend a lec­ture, a cre­ative class or a busi­ness show. The re­sults cer­tainly spur your imag­i­na­tion into new ar­eas of dis­cov­ery. Rad­i­cal and in­ven­tive ideas hold the key to re­al­iz­ing your am­bi­tions and ad­vanc­ing your sta­tus but care­ful-an un­ex­pected change could be in the works. Most of

the out­come here is from the at­ti­tude. Good luck sur­rounds you this evening.


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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