Omarr’s Weekly Astro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

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ARIES (Mar 21-Apr. 19): Don’t look back. Show that you are the one who can get things done by tak­ing de­fin­i­tive ac­tion and giv­ing a max­i­mum ef­fort. Oth­ers may be com­forted if you as­sume the role of leader this week.

TAU­RUS (Apr. 20-May 20): Take what you can get. You should set aside some ex­tra time to spend with a loved one as sched­ules may con­flict later in the week. Only pur­chase items that have some last­ing value.

GEM­INI (May 21-June 20): Put your best foot for­ward. The key to get­ting ahead with a new ro­man­tic prospect lies with mak­ing a good first im­pres­sion. Ca­reer and busi­ness mat­ters may fall into a rut in the week ahead.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22): Shake things up. Usual hob­bies or pas­times may not cut it this week as you long to try some­thing new and ad­ven­tur­ous. Throw cau­tion to the wind as hes­i­ta­tion is your only enemy.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): An ounce of preven­tion is worth a pound of cure. It is an ex­cel­lent week to up­date or up­grade tools which may soon be out-of-date. Don’t let a mi­nor prob­lem get more at­ten­tion than it’s worth.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You’ve got all the time in the world. Move at the pace that is most com­fort­able and you’ll have no trou­ble ful­fill­ing obli­ga­tions this week. Keep a cool head even when it seems that the clock is against you.

LI­BRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22.): Tim­ing is ev­ery­thing. The stars may be try­ing to tell you some­thing when some­one is al­ways there when needed and has all the right an­swers. Fol­low what you feel in your heart this week.

SCOR­PIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Don’t bite off more than you can chew. Keep your am­bi­tions within rea­son or you could quickly get over­whelmed by try­ing to do too much. A loved one may need at­ten­tion this week.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Go with the flow. You may not agree with the cur­rent con­sen­sus, but it is eas­ier to go along with the crowd. It may be to your ben­e­fit to keep opin­ions un­der your hat this week.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Play fair. You may gain a short-term edge by us­ing cut­throat tac­tics, but you’ll lose a lot of re­spect in the long run. Be con­tent as too much am­bi­tion doesn’t suit your needs this week.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): The only thing to fear is fear it­self. Over­com­ing doubts is the only ob­sta­cle that stands in the way of achiev­ing goals this week. Set the bar as high as you like, and then rise to meet it.

PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Change may be in or­der. Fight off the ten­dency to put things off and get the ball rolling on new projects and plans. Put the past be­hind you this week, as your fo­cus should be on the fu­ture.

IT’S HOT IN HERE By Timothy E. Parker

ACROSS

1 Crit­ter

7 Dinero no more 13 Play­wright Sam 20 Cook’s ref­er­ence 21 Not on the level? 22 Nicaragua’s cap­i­tal 23 Five hot words 26 Gifted one? 27 Typ­i­cal

28 “Gilligan’s build­ings

29 Sim­ple ves­sel 30 Re­pair ar­gyles 32 Well’s duo

34 Re­ally irk

36 “___ Lobo” Wayne film)

39 Fo­cuses of power 41 Safe­cracker of slang 43 Sound­starter 47 Feath­ered Aus­tralians

49 Just a hint of hue 52 “All hail” re­cip­i­ent 55 “1,001 Nights” bird 56 Four hot words 60 Icy home

61 Try to per­suade 62 First name in jeans 63 One spot for the masses? 64 Bi­month­lytides 65 Bleak, in po­etry 66 One with an easy life?

68 All tow­eled off 69 Knot­ted dress­wear 71 Whim­si­cally comic 74 Skinny fish

75 Mug, es­sen­tially 78 Some opera singers 80 “No one is bet­ter,” e.g. Is­land” (John 82 Plentyan­gry

84 Af­fix a brand on 87 Use­less cot­ton frag­ments

89 Ain’t the right way? 90 Sweet cake

91 Four hot words 96 A limb

97 “Sic ‘em!”

98 “___ Marner” 99 Ag­ile on the sea 100“Straw­berry” hair color 10212/25 sea­son 104While stick-on 106Ab­sorbed acid 107Mis­souri river 110A pow­dery starch 113“... and other names,” briefly 115Former USA ri­val 118“I’ve been bet­ter” 120“___ in Toy­land” 122Char­lotte ___ (rich dessert) 126Four hot words 130Like hawks 131Ach­ing more all oth­ers 132Chekov Wal­ter 133Kitchen uten­sils 134Bandies 135Itty-bitty map parts

DOWN

than por­trayer 1 Lack­ing rain­fall

2 Dreaded em­peror 3 Lit­tle ar­row’s tar­get 4 Toiled like the seven dwarfs

5 At­tor­ney’s fil­ing 6 Grass field

7 Sets in a place 8 Hap­pen af­ter­wards 9 Ca­lyx for­mer

suf­fi­cient 10 How demons op­er­ate

11 X, in old Rome 12 Looped cross sym­bol

13 Beat up, biblically 14 Pos­sessed, biblically 15 Brown-nosed twins?

16 Cop’s job

17 Ar­royo fill 18 “Den­nis the pooch

19 Out there, speak

24 Pa­pal am­bas­sador 25 More like a Western char­ac­ter

31 David Lee with the pipes

33 Faith-filled fac­tion 35 Gang’s “home” 36 Twine up again 37 Copier com­po­nent 38 Cost

40 Bring upon one­self 42 Scot­tish na­tive 44 87-Across snag­ger 45 “Glen­garry Glen ___”

46 Tooth hurt 48 Browse stores

50 In­jured in a bull at­tack

51 Sir Ed­ward of brass band mu­sic

53 Part of 115-Across 54 Great at gym­nas­tics

57 ___ Rica

58 Type of ex­er­cise 59 Place down, as tile 65 Re­strain one­self 67 A-list group 70 Small land­mass Men­ace” so to on­line 72 Places or shows, re­ally

73 Hawai­ian is­land 75 Painful type of tun­nel

76 Says things 77 Looked care­fully 78 Two-cupped top 79 Cra­zi­est

81 Sub­way bar­rier 83 Like some vines 84 Use a sword

85 Rank above

86 Gun­ner’s need 88 Tolu­cas­nack 92 Kilken­ny­boys 93 Mini gui­tars 94 Hard­est to col­lect 95 Weak cry for at­ten­tion? 101Sewer early TV 103Her­cules’ dozen 105Large her­ring­like fish worker vis­count of 108Ac­cord­ing to 109Dry or baked stuff 111Mat­ter forms with no shape 112Over­weight 114An­gler’s as­sort­ment

115Un­til 116Give a high-five 117Mer­chant’s at­trac­tion 119Tobacco-cur­ing cham­ber 121Does a daily duty 123Trigonom­e­try wave 124Huffy state 125Break­fast course 127Boise-to-Bismarck dir. 128Be­fore-long link 129Thing to do in Colorado

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