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1. Com­mit­tee formed by a spe­cial-in­ter­est group to raise money for their fa­vorite po­lit­i­cal can­di­dates. 4. Make used (to some­thing). 12. The part of the ner­vous sys­tem of ver­te­brates that con­trols in­vol­un­tary ac­tions of the smooth mus­cles and heart and glands. 15. A con­stel­la­tion in the south­ern hemi­sphere

near Te­le­scopium and Norma. 16. A univer­sity town in west­ern Mon­tana. 17. The last (12th) month of the year. 18. West Indian tree hav­ing racemes of fra­grant white flow­ers and yield­ing a durable tim­ber and resinous juice. 20. The younger brother of Edwy who be­came king of Northum­bria when it re­nounced Edwy. 21. A loose sleeve­less outer gar­ment made

from aba cloth. 22. Per­tain­ing to or con­tain­ing any of a group of or­ganic com­pounds of ni­tro­gen de­rived from am­mo­nia. 24. Amer­i­can pro­fes­sional base­ball player who hit more home runs than Babe Ruth (born in 1934). 26. A per­son who tells or in­vents fa­bles. 29. Nor­we­gian math­e­ma­ti­cian (1802-1829). 32. The tem­plate for pro­tein syn­the­sis. 33. A clique that seeks power usu­ally through

in­trigue. 37. Ap­a­thy demon­strated by an ab­sence of

emo­tional reactions. 39. A col­or­less and odor­less in­ert gas. 41. 100 puls equal 1 afghani. 42. A Loloish lan­guage. 44. God­dess of fer­til­ity. 45. A genus of St­rigi­dae. 47. Re­lat­ing to of con­tain­ing or af­fect­ing

blood. 50. The gen­eral ac­tiv­ity of sell­ing. 51. Lower in es­teem. 52. A state­ment that de­vi­ates from or per­verts

the truth. 53. Half the width of an em. 54. (Ir­ish) Mother of the Tuatha De Danann. 56. The prin­ci­ples of right and wrong that are ac­cepted by an in­di­vid­ual or a social group. 59. Being ten more than one hun­dred. 61. Radish of Ja­pan with a long hard durable

root eaten raw or cooked. 63. Ad­min­is­ter an oil or oint­ment to. 67. Ctenophore hav­ing short ten­ta­cles. 70. The net­work in the retic­u­lar for­ma­tion that

serves an alert­ing or arousal func­tion. 71. A movie with syn­chro­nized speech and

singing. 74. Es­sen­tial oil or per­fume ob­tained from

flow­ers. 75. The el­e­men­tary stages of any sub­ject (usu­ally plu­ral). 76. Pro­hib­ited by law or by of­fi­cial or ac­cepted

rules. 78. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that

runs north­east into the Rhine. 79. A mem­ber of the Dra­vid­ian peo­ple liv­ing in

south­east­ern In­dia. 80. The shape of a bell. 81. Type genus of the Ru­taceae.


1. Large bur­row­ing ro­dent of South and

Cen­tral Amer­ica. 2. The bi­b­li­cal name for an­cient Syria. 3. City in south­west­ern Colom­bia in a rich agri­cul­tural area. 4. A plat­form raised above the sur­round­ing level to give promi­nence to the per­son on it. 5. An in­de­pen­dent agency of the United States gov­ern­ment re­spon­si­ble for col­lect­ing and co­or­di­nat­ing in­tel­li­gence and coun­ter­in­tel­li­gence ac­tiv­i­ties abroad in the na­tional in­ter­est. 6. A soft sil­ver-white duc­tile metal­lic el­e­ment

(liq­uid at nor­mal tem­per­a­tures). 7. The act of us­ing. 8. Sur­face layer of ground con­tain­ing a matt of

grass and grass roots. 9. A ma­jor water­fall in south­ern Africa. 10. Leaf or strip from a leaf of the tal­ipot palm

used in In­dia for writ­ing pa­per. 11. Small bit­ter fruit of the marasca cherry tree from whose juice maraschino liqueur is made. 12. The sixth month of the civil year. 13. (Baby­lo­nian) God of wis­dom and agri­cul­ture and pa­tron of scribes and schools. 14. The act of scan­ning. 19. A glid­ing joint be­tween the dis­tal ends of the tibia and fibula and the prox­i­mal end of the talus. 23. A ro­tat­ing disk shaped to con­vert cir­cu­lar

into lin­ear mo­tion. 25. In­abil­ity to co­or­di­nate vol­un­tary mus­cle

move­ments. 27. The Creator. 28. Not made with leav­en­ing. 30. A land­locked prin­ci­pal­ity in the Hi­malayas

north­east of In­dia. 31. The twelfth month of the civil year. 34. Any of sev­eral Old World trop­i­cal aro­matic an­nual or peren­nial herbs of the genus Oci­mum. 35. Per­tain­ing to one of the small sacs (as in a

com­pound gland). 36. (trade mark) Yarn that has an elas­tic core wound around with cot­ton or silk or ny­lon or rayon threads. 38. United States naval of­fi­cer and his­to­rian

(1840-1914). 40. A doc­tor's de­gree in op­tom­e­try. 43. Cubes of meat mar­i­nated and cooked on a

skewer usu­ally with veg­eta­bles. 46. A car that is closed and that has front and

rear seats and two or four doors. 48. Of or re­lat­ing to whales and dol­phins etc. 49. A deroga­tory term used by Jews to re­fer to

non-Jewish women. 55. At or near the north pole. 57. Step on it. 58. A peas­ant farmer in the Scot­tish high­lands. 60. True mosses. 62. The most north­west­ern Hawai­ian is­land

(be­yond Kauai). 64. (Baby­lo­nian) God of wis­dom and agri­cul­ture and pa­tron of scribes and schools. 65. The ba­sic unit of money in West­ern Samoa. 66. A large round wicker bas­ket (used on

farms). 68. A small nar­row pointed mis­sile that is

thrown or shot. 69. A par­tic­u­lar ge­o­graph­i­cal re­gion of in­def­i­nite bound­ary (usu­ally serv­ing some spe­cial pur­pose or dis­tin­guished by its peo­ple or cul­ture or ge­og­ra­phy). 72. An ad­vanced law de­gree. 73. One of the most com­mon of the five ma­jor

classes of im­munoglob­u­lins. 77. A white soft metal­lic el­e­ment that tar­nishes read­ily.

Fate sends op­por­tu­nity your way-care­ful, you could pass this up if you are not pay­ing at­ten­tion. New in­for­ma­tion can change your out­look and your life, but you must be on the look­out for it. Money, sen­su­al­ity and health can be a fo­cus for this-travel may help you to de­cide the out­come. Gu­rus and ide­olo­gies of one kind or an­other-reli­gious, po­lit­i­cal, philo­soph­i­cal and such-may seem to have all the answers at this time. Be very care­ful whom and what you believe in, as you could be de­ceived or you might even de­ceive your­self. The easy answers may seem so won­der­ful, care­ful. There is noth­ing wrong with hav­ing your head in the clouds, but it is a mis­take to try to live there. A sweet lit­tle an­i­mal is yours for the ask­ing to­day.

Travel in your pro­fes­sional life may be on hold for a bit but this may be a bless­ing. This day how­ever, may have op­por­tu­ni­ties for travel. A stay at a lake­side cabin, mo­tel, ho­tel, etc., may be planned or a call ahead may find an open­ing just for you and a loved one this next week­end. What­ever the case, to­day is not such a busy day . . . You have done your work and now all you need to do is ring up the sales or be avail­able to help a client. Take a step back and jot down a few goals on next year's cal­en­dar. Con­sider hang­ing a red pen­cil from a string near this cal­en­dar and check off these goals as time goes by . . . You will re­ally be pleased with your­self by this time next year. New and per­haps un­usual ways of ap­pre­ci­at­ing and lov­ing may be­come pos­si­ble soon.

You will gladly ac­cept a job or an as­sign­ment that could take you off the beaten path. Do not go too far though-you will want to be home in time for the big social you and your fam­ily or friends usu­ally en­joy at this time of the year. You should find your­self hav­ing a clear vi­sion into your own in­ner sense of val­ues, how you ap­pre­ci­ate and love. This is a good time to ex­am­ine and pon­der what is most im­por­tant to you. This should be a great time for new goal plan­ning. You may find new wis­dom and dis­cov­ery in or­ga­ni­za­tion and per­cep­tion. Social life is go­ing to in­crease in the next few days. Get plenty of rest and drink lots of wa­ter. If you have de­cided to move your res­i­dence, you could make that jump­start now-don't make any other jumps.

You could be think­ing about past loves and fun places from time-to-time to­day. Pay at­ten­tion to your chores or work dur­ing the day. The af­ter­noon is great for vis­its and re­laxed in­ter­ac­tion with co-work­ers or friends. Ask about recipe fa­vorites and re­quest that each per­son bring three recipes that their fam­i­lies en­joyed dur­ing the hol­i­day sea­son-share. Whether you are a cook or your spe­cialty is some other thing, some of these old fam­ily fa­vorites would be won­der­ful to have in an al­bum for all to en­joy and per­haps make ad­di­tions to from time to time. At the first of the year you may want to have a party for your co-worker friends and per­haps a lit­tle book­let of these recipes would help you start the year out with good connections, new friends, and a pos­i­tive aura. Miss­ing in­for­ma­tion is likely when some­one is in an ex­treme hurry-make sure it is not you that is in a hurry! To­day seems to be the type of day where ev­ery­body works to­ward get­ting things com­pleted. Be sure that you get all of the facts and be sure that you un­der­stand a sit­u­a­tion be­fore you be­come in­volved. This may not be the most op­por­tune day for mak­ing plans. It could be hard for you to fig­ure out the right move. Go with the flow and en­joy the day for the day's sake. You will find new op­por­tu­ni­ties to be sur­rounded by busy, happy peo­ple: shop­ping, gro­cery store er­rands, etc. You en­joy per­form­ing sim­ple acts of al­tru­ism. Make a do­na­tion to an or­ga­ni­za­tion to which you feel a kin­ship; for in­stance, if you are adopted, per­haps an adop­tion group, etc.

In youth, dis­ci­pline, econ­omy and prac­ti­cal­ity are stressed. You are cer­tainly dis­ci­plined and the peo­ple in your work­place put a great deal of trust in your pro­fes­sional ex­per­tise. If you find your­self work­ing to­day, you will be happy to know that some­one new and trust­wor­thy will be com­ing un­der your tute­lage. The hard work in be­com­ing ed­u­cated brings more re­mu­ner­a­tion your way as you re­al­ize you have a better un­der­stand­ing of hu­man na­ture. To teach, to ex­pand the knowl­edge of oth­ers, is a great ac­com­plish­ment and may be­come one of your goals this next year. You might want to think along the lines of en­ter­tain­ing be­cause you have a way with words and you could teach

through en­ter­tain­ing. Cel­e­brate tonight.

You are very clear­headed and able to view all of the al­ter­na­tive paths and are in a plan­ning mood. Go ahead and make those de­ci­sions. You can see the road ahead and will make the right choices. Some­one will un­der­stand just how you feel and be on your side to­day; you feel ap­pre­ci­ated and val­ued for your abil­ity to get things ac­com­plished. Along with your hu­mor, oth­ers may see your some­what ec­cen­tric na­ture. In a group ef­fort this af­ter­noon you can see a break­through in a few changes that may be needed around the of­fice. Ex­press­ing your thoughts may be better writ­ten out for a pre­sen­ta­tion at next month's meet­ing. It is a su­per time to be con­struc­tive with oth­ers and to work to­gether. Home life is a bash! One of your fam­ily mem­bers has a game ready. Your ca­reer may be quite dif­fer­ent next year. It is time to en­joy what you have learned and put it into ac­tion. All that ed­u­ca­tion, train­ing or ex­pe­ri­ence is pay­ing off. You are help­ing oth­ers and su­pe­ri­ors will soon be re­assess­ing and de­cid­ing the best place for you to be work­ing next. You may even have your own of­fice. There al­ways seems to be some­thing new or a new ex­pe­ri­ence just around the cor­ner. Keep mov­ing and mak­ing new goals; you are the for­tu­nate one. If you are con­sid­er­ing some type of man­age­ment or in­ves­tiga­tive work, you are the one that will dis­cover prob­lems and find the an­swer that could put a prob­lem right in no time, a true ben­e­fit. It would be good to count your

bless­ings to­day. Laugh­ter comes from young peo­ple this evening.


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