The Centralian advocate Tue 28 Nov 2006
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v. 60 no. 54
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24 Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, November 28, 2006 PU B :C A D V D A TE:28-N O V -2006 PA G E:24 C O LO R : C M Y K HOROSC O PESCOMICSBLAM!!! ZZZZZZAAAP!ZZZZZZAAAP!ZZZZZZAAAP!ZZZZZZAAAP!ZZZZZZAAAP!ZZZZZZAAAP!ZZZZZZAAAOMICSOMICSOMICSCROSSWORDS1. 7.41.4. ARIES: (March 21 to April 20) The thread of concentration may be tenuous, but will have an uncanny ability to pick up where you left off. Flashes of inspiration could provide answers, although at times your methods may confuse those around you. TAURUS: (April 21 to May 21) A mysterious air makes you more appealing. Play on the fact by teasing out your intentions and revealing information in tiny snippets. Admirers are likely to be spellbound as well as amused by your antics today. GEMINI: (May 22 to June 21) Finding a collaborator should be top priority. Whether you have a plan in the pipeline or need help with a current project, choosing someone with the right resources and skills is your challenge for the week. CANCER: (June 22 to July 23) Evolution is ongoing and just when you adapt to one transition, another looms. Break out of your customary role and longestablished habits, even if you feel uncomfortable about some of those enforced or natural changes. SAGITTARIUS: (November 23 to December 22) An alien viewpoint merits consideration. Rather than dismissing ideas out of hand, listen and you may learn that left-fi eld initiatives are often quite workable. An important breakthrough is imminent, but it may be imperceptible. CAPRICORN: (December 23 to January 20) Curiosity could strike and ultimately land you in trouble. Any investigating done today must be clandestine or you could jeopardise an already tenuous situation. Narrow your search down to safe options and avoid leaking secrets. AQUARIUS: (January 21 to February 19) Its not in your nature to fence-sit, but choosing sides seems offensive. Keeping a foot in both camps requires deft juggling, yet you will prefer that to any other option today. Give others what they want. PISCES: (February 20 to March 20) A timely introduction could open doors or resolve issues. Lunar energy gives you an advantage over others and clears the path for a new life cycle. Remain poised and adopt an air of mystique in company. LEO: (July 24 to August 23) A time-honoured tradition is embedded in your psyche. However nothing lasts forever and sometimes you simply need to let go. Take heart in the fact that when rituals end, new ones are often quickly created. VIRGO: (August 24 to September 23) If indecision strikes, go back to basics and wait until the timing feels right for you. Trying to force issues could be akin to banging your head against a brick wall and will only create further headaches. LIBRA: (September 24 to October 23) Apart from having to tread carefully around thin-skinned people, the planets provide a free rein. Some of you will begin a journey of selfdiscovery soon while others stumble on a new pastime or relationship. SCORPIO: (October 24 to November 22) Like a square peg in a round hole, you may have trouble fi tting in. Keep your circle exclusive and say no to offers that make you feel awkward. Bear in mind that there is someone for everyone. Your Daily Stars...with Margie Thillart BEYOND THE BLACK STUMP CLANCY HAGAR GINGER MEGGS Solution to No. 5595 Release No. 5596 ANSWERS FOR LAST PUBLICATION
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