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a daily crossword star signs sudoku puzzle daily
STAR SIGNS
A DAILY CROSSWORD
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
9, 2015
ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19): Put
your money to work for you.
Whether as a tool or a weapon,
your cash can make things happen for you. When it comes
to making important decisions,
you should follow your first
instincts.
TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20): Look
for inspiration. Find something
or someone that tickles your
fancy to give you the emotional boost to create something
wonderful. Appraise situations
realistically.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20):
Think before you speak.
Choose your words carefully,
especially when among those
you don’t really get along with,
as an inadvertent slip of the
tongue could make you out to
be the bad guy.
CANCER (June 21-July 22): Pick
up your own tabs. Someone
may offer to pay your way,
but rest assured there will be a
price tag in the end. You’ll find
that you function better when
traveling in a pack.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Keep
them all smiling. Use your wit
and charm to your advantage
and you’ll have no trouble selling your wares to the world.
There’s no need to put on airs
or make wild exaggerations.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Don’t
put all your eggs in one basket.
You need to find a way to budget your time among business,
family and friends.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22.): You
can mix business and pleasure
if you find the middle ground.
Being a bit casual could loosen up a business meeting, but
avoid overdoing it and keep
things professional.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):
There’s strength in numbers.
You’ll do well to surround
yourself with like-minded people. You can make significant
progress by making sure everyone is working toward the
same goal.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21): Keep your mind on the task
at hand. You may have a tendency to daydream about a significant other or leisure plans,
but responsibilities come first.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):
Knowledge is worthless unless
you understand what it means.
Don’t take foolish action based
on an irrelevant tidbit of information until you’ve done some
research.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
Don’t beat around the bush.
Mincing words when trying to
avoid a particular issue could
create friction or confusion.
Say exactly what you mean or
nothing at all.
PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Great
minds think alike. Keep your
boat afloat by staying in close
touch with those whose enthusiasm and optimism inspire
you to achieve greatness.
IF SEPTEMBER 9 IS YOUR
BIRTHDAY: Get ready to make
a big splash during the next
three to four weeks. You’ll find
that anything that’s good for
you will be accomplished easily
in October. Any opportunities
that come your way should be
embraced wholeheartedly.
— Jeraldine Saunders
DAILY JUMBLE
ACROSS
1 Pi follower
4 Sword or
missile
10 Main aisle in
St. Peter’s
14 Bladed pole
15 Unpigmented
16 Land of
Isfahan
17 Start of
a quote
by Casey
Stengel
19 Bagnold or
Blyton
20 Moderates
21 Troop
formations
23 Seats for
tots
26 Morays
27 Baking
container
30 Outer
garment
32 Cheapen
36 Came to
roost
38 Name on an
elevator
40 One dot over
another
41 Part 2 of
quote
44 Cut-price
45 Fertilizer
material
46 Pinkish table
wine
47 Divided in
two
49 Alaskan
transport
51 Distant
52 Ambler or
Idle
54 Bahrain
ruler
56 Singing
voices
60 Upswell
64 Verbal sigh
65 End of quote
68 Bog down
69 Dissimilar
70 Puma’s lair
9/9/15
71 Lushes
72 Greenstreet
of Hollywood 11
73 Bering or
Barents, e.g.
12
DOWN
13
1 Learning
18
method
22
2 Very funny! 24
3 Galena and 25
cuprite
4 Polish
27
capital
5 Wallach or
28
Whitney
6 Easy letters? 29
7 Freshwater
fish
31
8 Chilling
9 Snacked
33
10 Nobel Prize- 34
winning
35
STONE SOUP
SUDOKU PUZZLE
Complete the grid so that every row, column and 3x3 box contains
every digit from 1 to 9 inclusively.
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HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
Danish
physicist
River under
the Ponte
Vecchio
Fruitless
Wraps up
Part of AT&T
Vote for
Yacht nose?
Stopped
slouching
Temporary
fix
Islander’s
farewell
Patrick or
Bruce
Corncob and
briar
Above it all
March King
Sign on a
37
39
42
43
48
50
53
55
door
Crosses
Marshy
lowland
“Norma” or
“Louise”
One on
a list
“Dirty __
McGee”
Mickey
Mouse man
Tiresomely
sentimental
Word with
throw or
prayer
56 Houston and
Peckinpah
57 Edible
hodgepodge
58 Fragment
59 Auctioneer’s
closer
61 Distance
measures
62 Elation
63 “Giant” and
“So Big”
writer Ferber
66 Break the
tape
67 Eisenhower’s
nickname
Answers to all of today’s puzzles are
on the comics pages. The New York
Times crossword and the bridge column appear in the classifieds. See
A1 index for page number.

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