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Nov. 29. 2005 ACROSS 1 Absorbedly 7 Circulars 10 Malt-shop order 14 Fictional 15 Clothing defect 16 “Terrible” tsar 17 Igneous rock 18 “Simpsons” bartender 19 Chimed 20 Anasazi, for one (2 wds.) 23 Mountain curves 26 Be sorry for 27 Like damp rocks 28 Produced, as eggs 29 Zen or Shinto (abbr.) 30 Sprint rival 31 Except 32 Sheltered side 33 Hot dogs 37 Poetic tribute 38 Web addr. 39 Hot time in Paris 40 Sticky substance 41 Mouthy sort (2 wds.) 43 — take forever! 44 Navaho handiwork 45 “Wolf Man” Chaney 46 Lady’s title 47 Safecracker 48 Lots of land 51 Actor — Danson 52 Concise 53 Jazz style (hyph.) 56 Gentle exercise 57 Flower droplet 58 Relieves 62 Like cotton candy 63 Society column word 64 Account book 65 Proofer s word 66 Tote up 67 Judge DOWN Burnish Collected sayings Qt. parts Tracked down Respites Sasquatch cousin 7 A load to carry 8 Radio part 9 Gush forth 10 Steak cut 11 Face shapes 12 Copenhagen dents 13 Burnt up 21 Voluntarily 22 Moderated 23 Push rudely PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED M A R C I A L c 0 R N I I R i S O L E - A R U E O A T s S A B U F ■ u S S rn u D G E T T W A N C O T p I E R S C A J u N F E D O B vj I O ll s T U N E O U T G R JJ L L S K U R D R T E L O p. S T a O x §: B L U R E N I 0 L I 0 N ■ 0 E R R O R S S C R E C H A Y E N s E H 0 0 I J R O 0 I V I A C L ■ E T H □ 0 I K w i s H Y w n s H I R' [Ai L A, N T E rn rf T E rn E E P E A R nrannB □BCSB resi- 23 24 25 28 31 37 41 48    49    50 53 5i r; 11 -29-05© 2005 United Feature Syndicate, Inc. 24 Mecca resident 25 Construction spots 29 Second showing 30 Oven gloves 32 Dracula portrayer 33 Kook 34 Marsh stalker 35 Scratchy 36 Waterlogged 42 Genteel 46 Caterwauled 47 Cedes 48 Yawning gulf 49 Appropriate (hyph.) 50 Scamp 51 Jacket choice 52 Stacks 54 Millay or Ferber 55 Festive 59 Sharpen a cheddar 60 Survey choice 61 Almost-grads Horoscope Rubes Tuesday, Nov. 29,2005 By Bernice Bede Osol A new market may open up in the year ahead, allowing you to use your talents and experiences to maximum advantage. It could be just the ticket. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — Do not pass on information about another when you are uncertain of the story or the facts. You could unintentionally hurt this person deeply. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) —You may waste money on frivolous items or activities you promised never to repeat. Stick to your resolve. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) —You’ve had your heart set on something for a long time — but you may be unwilling to make the sacrifices required to obtain it. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — Don’t stoop to coy methods to get others to do your bidding. Even if they succumb to your craftiness, the results will be hollow and meaningless. ARIES (March 21-April 19) —Take care today to know the difference between a pipe dream and a visionary goal. Leave wishful thinking out of your commercial affairs. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Let past experiences guide you: Do not put faith in someone who disappointed you previously. The same scenario could be repeated. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Associates will influence your productivity today. If your colleagues are lazy, you’ll be tempted to slack off, too. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — If you engage in any buying, selling or trading for something with a large price tag, be careful. Stay on your toes, or you could be taken. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Family decisions should not be made expeditiously today. In your haste to resolve issues, you may make things worse for all concerned. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — All those good intentions regarding your health habits, such as dieting or exercising, could go by the boards. Keep your resolutions. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) —Warning Marmaduke flags flap in the breeze today. Think twice before making any financial deals or long-range monetary obligations. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Be positive; don’t allow self-doubts to paralyze you. It’s the only way to achieve an important objective today. Major changes are ahead for Sagittarius in the coming year. Send for your Astro-Graph predictions today. Mail $2 to Astro-Graph, clo this newspaper, RO. Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 44092-0167. Copyright 2004, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. I NEED To USE THE COMPUTER. HOLD ON. ll '    ,T'S *1    BUST. AND LEAVE YOU ALONE? I WROTE A PROGRAM To RESPOND TO EVERY SPAM E-MAIL WITH 20 MILLION REPLIES CONTAINING ALL SORTS OF NASTY VIRUSES AND TROJANS. EVENTUALLY I HOPE THEY'LL GET THE MESSAGE. Doing WHAT? PROCESSING MY SPAM MAIL. tpnrvrmiraa. “Marm! You forgot to wipe one of your feet.” ;