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ARIES (Mar 21-Apr 19): To take care of other people,
you have to first take care of yourself, which
is what you’ll be doing with a healthy chunk
of your day. If something makes you feel
cared for, do it. There’s nothing too frivolous.
TAURUS (Apr 20-May 20): When your heart and brain
are out of sync, there’s a jagged energy
pattern to your day. Unify your mental and
emotional states and make a choice to come
from love to smooth out your own way.
GEMINI (May 21-Jun 21): Those who bring out your
playful, lighthearted, creative side are people
you need in your life for the long term.
They’ll strengthen your resilience. You’ll be
healthier for knowing them.
CANCER (Jun 22-Jul 22): There’s power in anger and a
practical use for fear, so you wouldn’t want
to eradicate those feelings from your life. But
a little goes a long way. The antidote for fear
and anger is gratitude.
LEO (Jul 23-Aug 22): Much of the great art of the world,
is focused on small details – sunflowers,
animals, the sky, food on a table and the like.
If you only get excited about the big things,
you’re going to miss most of life.
VIRGO (Aug 23-Sep 22): Your mental, emotional and
spiritual muscles need a workout just like the
muscles in your body do. Once you fix yourself
to a purpose, these faculties will engage and
begin to get the exercise they need.
LIBRA (Sep 23-Oct 23): Just as movies are better when
the casting director gets things right, and
companies run better with skilled workers,
your personal life improves with the right
people in the right roles.
SCORPIO (Oct 24-Nov 21): Is what you’re asking of
yourself reasonable? Would it be polite to
require it of a family member? Is it more
than you’d ask of your best friend? Be kind
to yourself. Be fair.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22-Dec 21): A smile can mean the
interaction is over. It can be an invitation,
or a dare. You’ll get a wide variety of smiles
to read today, to the point where you might
consider yourself a connoisseur.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan 19): Because so much private
information is public through social media,
people feel they know one another. Public
image is never the whole person. Avoid
mistaking the person for their homepage.
AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb 18): Before you can hunker
down and get to work, you need a full
tummy, a rested body and a mind that’s not
racing to solve some personal problem.
PISCES (Feb 19-Mar 20): You don’t have to be religious
to recognize that there’s a power in love.
Rituals that centre around love will channel
that power very effectively today, regardless
of individual belief systems.
Fill the grid so that every column, every row and 3x3 box contains the digits 1 to 9.
Across: 1. Peruse 4. Census 9. Netting 10. Strip 11. Yard
12. Bear 13. Mar 15. Sort 16. Snob 19. Top 21. Gold
22. Thou 24. Ingot 25. Gallant 26. Gantry 27. Ceased
Down: 1. Penny-farthing 2. Retires 3. Slip 5. Ensuring
6. Scrim 7. Superannuated 8. Agree 14. Brighter
17. Beheads 18. Flags 20. Pagan 23. Flee
1. Concise (8)
7. Investigate (5)
8. Healthy (9)
9. Drunkard (3)
10. Hurry (4)
11. Middle (6)
13. Celebrated (13)
15. Teeter (6)
16. Wealthy (4)
18. Offspring (3)
20. Worn out (9)
21. Multitude (5)
22. Small explosive devices
1. Underground pipe (5)
2. Selects (7)
3. Notion (4)
4. Dance creator (13)
5. Drench (5)
6. Dancer’s outfit (7)
7. Relate to (7)
12. Matured (7)
13. Examine minutely (7)
14. Lifted (7)
15. Pry (5)
17. Conceals (5)
19. Rotate (4)
Across: 1. Industrious 8. Consist 9. Expel 10. Then
11. Ruinous 12. Lad 13. Menu 15. Note 17. Met
19. Cortège 20. Scar 23. Extra 24. Imitate 25. Complacency
Down: 1. Incite 2. Dense 3. Shin 4. Retard 5. Obedient
6. Support 7. Relish 12. Lukewarm 14. Erratic 16. Scheme
17. Menial 18. Freely 21. Chain 22. Disc
Puzzles and horoscopes
Previous cryptic solution
Previous quick solution
Simon Shuker’s Code Cracker
Insert the missing letter to complete
an eight-letter word reading
clockwise or anti-clockwise.
Previous solution: SERGEANT
1. A way to dispose of food, on a personal basis (9)
5. Have something to eat when Manx cat is back (3)
7. Sort of money that was a small Eastern coin (4)
8. Made to go without, short pair joined four indeed (8)
10. There is space, after so much sentimentality, for fungus (8)
11. Test is alternative to a novice driver (4)
13. Socialist rating to look sullen about (6)
15. First of the farmers to let it lie so without cultivation (6)
18. Destruction of a party with honour (4)
19. It is a milk-producer, which is curious in a worker (8)
22. Military divisions one exercises supreme authority over (8)
23. As soon as there’s no return, cite it as being missing (4)
24. Something black that always rattles the leaders (3)
25. Appreciate long hair with top off if one wanders off point (9)
1. I’m laced in a way that is systematic in counting (7)
2. Blasts of wind caused by sulphur in the intestines (5)
3. I fight in the ring round Council of Europe to get cooler (3-3)
4. What is usual for Mr No in another form (4)
5. More than one somehow leaves right inside it (7)
6. Its sole application is to make something work (5)
9. Criminal activity gave psychologist a change of heart (5)
12. There’s no end to the allocation of how much to how many (5)
14. Nineteenth century dress was an embarrassing blunder (7)
16. See what’s wrong? (7)
17. Sporting animal right out of the ground starts growling (3-3)
18. What 19 chews up at the end used to be spent in Europe (5)
20. Old Indian 7 used as an alternative around the North (5)
21. A bolt or a bar for custody, perhaps (4)
How many words of three or more
letters, including plurals, can you make
from the e letters, using each letter
only once? No foreign words or words
beginning with a capital are allowed.
here s at least one e letter word.
Good 9 Ve ry Good 12 Excellent 15
Previous solution: age, ager, are,
ave, aver, ear, era, erg, gar, gave, gear,
grave, rag, rage, rave, rev
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