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THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek .

BRIDGE

SUDOKU

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME

6

by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

Unscramble these six
Jumbles, one letter to
each square, to form
six ordinary words.

EGGGIL
FLONDU

3
2
4

1
8

Check out the new, free JUST JUMBLE app

RAFTEL

9 7
9

Fill in the grid so that every row,
every column and every 3x3 grid contains
the digits 1 through 9 with no repeats.

NIRWYE
TINIFE

Answer to
Previous
Puzzle

Now arrange the circled letters
to form the surprise answer, as
suggested by the above cartoon.

PRINT YOUR ANSWER IN THE CIRCLES BELOW

HOROSCOPE

BY LINDA BLACK

Tribune Media Service

To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the most challenging.

Aries (March 21-April 19) - 8

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - 9

Taurus (April 20-May 20) - 9

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - 8

A secret gets revealed. Accept an offer of
assistance. A partner’s opinion is important.
Don’t stir up a controversy.
Pursue a shared passion.
A busy phase propels you today and
tomorrow. Navigate surprising
circumstances. Caution is advised.
Friends offer good advice.
Stay in communication with your team.

Gemini (May 21-June 20) - 8

Domestic improvements satisfy through
tomorrow. A brilliant idea deserves
pursuing. You’re inspired by an old dream.
Aim for simplicity and elegance.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) - 8

Dig deeper into a fascinating subject,
and prepare for surprising discoveries.
The action is behind the scenes.
Don’t fall for a trick. Listen and learn.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - 9

Tap a new source of revenue over the
next few days. Technology can increase
your profits. Friends help you make a
profitable connection.

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WONDERWORD

Use your confidence, and take charge today
and tomorrow. Dive into a challenge without
making expensive promises.
A surprise boosts your self-esteem.
Your fertile imagination produces creative
possibilities. Intuition shows one possible
roadmap to success. Relax, and watch for
a lucky break. Read and research.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - 8

Relax and enjoy the company over the next
few days. Brainstorm for creative solutions.
Innovation pays well.
Romance kindles from a witty spark.

Cancer (June 21-July 22) - 7

Very Easy

9 5
3
7 1
6
6
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4 6
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5 3
4 9 2
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LAPRIS
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1210Su

The difficulty level for today’s Sudoku puzzle is:

PUZZLES

JUMBLE

Enjoy a two-day social phase. Confer with
your team, and determine what you want to
accomplish. Share resources, connections
and advice. Resolve unexpected twists.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - 8

Career matters occupy you through
tomorrow. Envision the result you’d love.
Avoid risky business, distractions or
overspending. Focus on one thing at a time.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - 7

Follow a surprising thread in your research
today and tomorrow. Discover unimagined
treasure. Don’t lose track of your original
goal. Get more just by asking.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) - 8

Focus on financial details with shared
accounts for a few days. To understand
a conflict, change your perspective.
Keep track, and widen your view.

WUZZLES

NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD

ACROSS

ANSWERS TO TODAY’S LA TIMES CROSSWORD PUZZLE AND JUMBLE
ANSWER TO TODAY’S PUZZLE

Answer :
GIGGLE
WINERY
SPIRAL
UNFOLD
FINITE
FALTER
The tennis courts were filled
with —

RETURNING
PLAYERS
12/10/17

1 Browns
7 Four-hit achievement,
in baseball lingo
12 Mil. posts
15 System used at Gallaudet Univ.
18 The U.S., in Mexico
20 Milo of “Romeo and Juliet,”
1968
21 Hawaii’s ____ Day
22 Low
23 “Et tu?” and others
25 Lotion ingredients
26 Suburb of Chicago
28 Joyful internet cry
29 Bubbly mixer
31 Popeye’s boy
33 Harassed, in a sense
34 Cartoon seller of Squishees
35 Pyrex glass marking
38 Jackson 5 member
39 Philip who wrote
“Portnoy’s Complaint”
41 Cain and Abel’s younger
brother
42 Word before questions or
advice
43 Do sales work, informally
44 A part of
45 Band with the 1989 platinum
debut album “Junta”
47 Darryl, in the comic “Baby Blues”
49 Accomplishing
51 Poke around
54 The “K” in Kmart
59 Places for plugs
62 Plastic-dispenser producer
65 The clue for 128-Down,
if this shell game weren’t
a scam
68 Hardly guzzle
69 Group of pros
71 “Rights of Man” author, 1791
72 Early Cuzco dweller
73 Series of mistakes?
74 Vacation spot
77 Inside-dope source
80 Prefix with business
81 Chilled
83 With 13-Down, herbal brew
85 Cartoon seller of Duff Beer
86 The clue for 127-Across,
if this shell game weren’t
a scam
90 Former N.F.L.’ers Detmer and Law
91 All together
93 Shapes of some Halloween cookies
94 Country united in 1990
96 Soft-drink options
98 A peeling place?
100 Westernmost of the ABC Islands
103 “Bug”
105 Hosp. worker
107 Prefix with caching
109 2.5, for the set {1, 2, 3, 4}
112 Classic sculpture
114 Novel narrated by a
soon-to-be mutineer
115 Material for small buildings?
118 Proctor’s warning
119 Students often take them out
121 When some bars close
122 Edict
124 End in ____
125 Style influenced by Cubism
127 Like hand motions during
a shell game
129 Professional group with a van
131 Month of l’année
132 Singer Reed
133 Four-time World
Series-winning manager
134 In the near future
135 Superfund org.

Edited by Will Shortz

SHELL GAME By David Steinberg

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1 England and Spain fought
one in 1588
2 Smirnoff Ice, e.g.
3 Lacking polish
4 Push
5 Verbal stumbles
6 Walks or runs, for short
7 Work together
8 Fashion inits.
9 Elected
10 Degree of freedom
11 Lightens
12 Like hounds and most
bunny rabbits
13 See 83-Across
14 Guru, maybe
15 “Pretty cool, huh?”
16 Johannesburg neighborhood
much in the news during
apartheid
17 Underground locale
19 Give a ring while on the road?
24 Tizzy
27 Typical Vanidades reader
30 How many TV shows are
shown
32 Port. is part of it
36 One caring for a bebé
37 Classical poem
40 Email openers
41 Egghead?
46 Deceitful sort
48 Grp. with lots of pointers
50 Like the verbs “eat” and
“drink”: Abbr.
52 Bobcat relative
53 Fund-raising org.
55 Fair

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136 Something to build on
137 Looks fabulous, in slang
138 Pincher

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Warm up for a bout, say
102 Most visibly frightened
Bug
103 Develop a limp
Ages and ages
104 Hybrid music genre of the 2010s
With politesse
106 Houston-to-Dallas dir.
They’re symbolized by slashes 107 Desert, in a way
Minecraft or StarCraft
108 City west of Binghamton
Fantasy novel hero who rides 110 Pulitzer-winning novelist
the dragon Saphira
Jennifer
Capital 175 miles east of
111 Total jerks
Venice, Italy
113 Group with two Top 10 rock operas
Lottery
116 Runs to
winner’s cry
117 They have
Record again
long necks and round bodies
Dernier ____
120 Bear’s advice
Philosophy- class suffix
123 Bearlike creature in sci-fi
Marc of fashion
124 Oil crisis?
Follows a pattern?
126 Murmur
Much-covered 1955 Bo
128 Cook in oil
Diddley hit
130 Only three-letter scale note
Juice
Verb often
said three
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D I E M
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times in a
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