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THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek .

BRIDGE

SUDOKU

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME

8 3 2
6
8
4
5 9
2
7
9 1
6
4
7
8
7 6
9
2 6 9
5 8
2
3
7
6 4

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

TFOINY
Check out the new, free JUST JUMBLE app

VTRIED
GEWLAG
RRHEAD

9
3
6
2
4

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

DONORI
MOLARN

Very Easy

4

by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

©2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
All Rights Reserved.

0318Su

The difficulty level for today’s Sudoku puzzle is:

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

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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) - 9

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PUZZLES

JUMBLE

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WONDERWORD

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - 8

Things come together naturally.
Words, love and inspiration propel a
personal project. Follow your mom’s
advice and win. Visualize perfection.
Contribute to a miracle.

Collaboration allows fresh possibilities.
You may not always agree.
Communication reveals areas of
shared commitment. Determine roles
and responsibilities. Do what you say.

Taurus (April 20-May 20) - 6

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - 9

You’re especially sensitive for a few
days. Lay low and recharge. Don’t get
rushed into buying anything. Wait for
developments. Consider your moves
in advance.

Nurture your health, fitness and
energy with solid nutrition and steady
practices. Build strength and endurance. Balance high activity with rest.

Share what you’re learning. Your
friends are there for you. Talk about
collaborative efforts, and offer support. Contribute to common benefit
and mutual gain.

Your greatest strength is love. Express
your heart in words, images or sound.
Share interests, enthusiasms and passions. Explore a mutual attraction.

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

Gemini (May 21-June 20) - 7

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - 6

Cancer (June 21-July 22) - 8

Angels guide your actions. Confer with
loved ones and make important professional decisions. Take on fresh
responsibility. Imagine a perfect scenario. You’re gaining respect.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) - 8

Family comes first for a few days.
Energy spent improving your home
pays rewarding dividends. Adapt to
new circumstances. Make beauty a priority.

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

You’re especially clever with communiExpand your frontiers. Get out and
cations and data. Tread carefully
explore your subject up close. Revise
around conflicting interests. Write,
plans on the fly. Traffic, shipping and
communications flow with greater ease. summarize and edit your views. Get
the word out.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - 8

Handle financial paperwork, administration, accounts and records. Keep
your frugal habits and divert a trickle
of funds to savings. Budget to realize a
dream.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) - 9

New revenue is possible. Keep promises, deadlines and bargains. Your
word is your greatest wealth. Create a
work of beauty. Profits arise naturally.

WUZZLES

NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD
ACROSS

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

Answer :
NOTIFY
DIVERT

WAGGLE
HARDER

INDOOR
NORMAL

There was nothing special about
the boulevard’s new median. It
was just —

MIDDLE-OFTHE-ROAD
3/18/18

Edited by Will Shortz

IF FOUND, CALL … By Matthew Sewell

1 Heading on a neighborhood
1
2
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poster
8 Radio personality Glenn
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12 Bump, as from a schedule
19 Standing closet
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20 Poison-ivy soother
21 Huts
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22 Anti-mob tool
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23 Dryer buildup
24 “1984” superstate
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37
25 “Get ’em!”
26 Power up?
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43
27 High land
28 Last seen riding in a basket. 46
47
If found, call ____ [see
106-Across]
52
53
32 Mix with
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60
33 Fall off
36 Pizzeria chain, casually
64
65
37 Like a certain Freudian complex
68
69
39 Graduation attire
41 It goes around the neck
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73
42 Doesn’t just assume
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44 Last seen in the nursery. If
found, call ____ [see
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88
84-Across]
46 One who can’t keep weight 92
off for long
50 Tempe sch.
97
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99
51 Scream or bawl, e.g.
52 Like most holidays
103
53 Reverses, as a deletion
106 107 108
55 “Darn it all!”
58 It may hold the line
114
59 Toll rds.
61 Yokohama “yes”
117
62 Tijuana setting, informally
63 Postal abbr. for a rural
116 Declared
address
117 Storied journey
64 Last seen with a red-haired
girl. If found, call ____ [see
118 Puts the kibosh on
119-Across]
119 Algebraic variables
68 Drone, for one
DOWN
69 Cyclotron bits
1 Rowing muscle, for short
70 “Here’s an idea …”
2 Iron Range product
71 Some bygone theaters
3 Wee, to a Scot
72 Bleat
4 Chests’ places
73 Confrere
5 Sudoku entry
74 Food-cart offerings
6 Herb resembling spinach
76 One of the Marcoses of the
7 Some kitchen appliances, for
Philippines
short
80 Alphabetically first “American
8 Adele’s “Someone Like You,”
Idol” judge across all 16 seae.g.
sons
9 Hebrew for “My God! My God!”
82 Go from bud to blossom, to a
10 Idea
poet
11 Etta of old comics
84 Pretend
12 Sister of Ariadne
86 Last seen chasing down clues.
13 More hoarse
If found, call ____ [see
14 Snares
24-Across]
15 List-reducing abbr.
90 Poet who wrote of Daedalus
16 Prefix with play and place
91 ____-green
17 Charlottetown’s prov.
92 Theme song of Milton Berle
18 Checkpoint org.
93 Forms, forms and more forms
21 Post
96 Sash supporter
26 Discharges
97 Any of the Baltic states, once:
28 43
Abbr.
29 Kind of dip
98 What’s left on TV?
30 One-named Swedish singer
100 Last seen being mocked by a
with the Grammy-nominated
cat. If found, call ____ [see
song “Dancing on My Own”
46-Across]
31
It goes around the neck
103 Gambling mecca
32 Inn stock
104 Increase
33 The U.S., to Mexicans
105 Lilt
34 Hallux, more familiarly
106 Proceed enthusiastically
35 Stationed (at)
109 Symbol gotten by typing
38 Clicking sounds?
Option+Shift+2
40 Gold medal, to an Olympian
110 Hit straight to the shortstop,
perhaps
42 Repurpose
43 Dressy accessory
114 Promo
45 Boxing champ Roberto
115 War loser, usually

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47 Navel type
89 Stop for now
48 Cultural values
94 Saw the sights
49 Where the engine is in a
95 Ruffles
Porsche 911
96 Moviedom
54 A bit stiff
99 My word, maybe
56 A bit cracked
101 Lures
57 Modest two-piece swimsuit
102 Utah’s ____ Mountains
60 Sharply sour fruit
103 Some greenery that’s not
62 Ecosystem endangered by
grass
global warming
104 Parcel (out)
63 Up
106 ’60s Pontiac
64 Pacer
65 2000s corporate scandal sub- 107 Webster’s Third competitor, for
short
ject
66 Heavenly sound?
108 Scotland’s longest river
67 Vagabond
110 Start of Yale’s motto
68 Coddles
111 Chicago terminal code
72 Marriage announcement
112 Double-back move
73 Some centerfolds
113 QB’s tally
74 Golden
GlobeS T H E L E N A
A C T S O N
S P A M S
winning
T E A T I M E S
L O V A T O
A R T O O
actor for
I N T H O U G H T A S M U C H
G O D N O
“Chicago”
L A B A T T
75 Visit during a F U T O N S B O N M O T
F R I S T
S I N S O M E S M A L L W A Y
trip
S E P
A V O N
S E A N
E N G
77 VisionE M I T
W E E P
G R A M M
correcting
R A B I D
S I N G O F O M I S S I O N
procedure
P A R E N
C A T D O O R
G E N R E
78 Big battery
S T I N G I N T H E S H O W E R
C A L I
79 Subtitle of
H A Z E
F E Y
R A N
T W A S
Hawthorne’s
A T O Z
S T R I N G O P E R A T I O N S
“Fanshawe”
W A N E S
C O Y N E S S
H O R D E
81 Former part
S T A R I N G Q U A R T E T
K E N D O
of the
S T O L I
H O O K
H I P S
U.S.S.R.:
Abbr.
A M C
L E N A
P E D I
C O G
S
T
A
R
T
I
N
G
D
A
G
G
E
R
S
A S A N A
83 Alternative to
boeuf or
A E R O B E
D R E A M Y
A N I M A S
jambon
B A L O O
S T A R T L I N G L I N E U P
85 [continued]
E S I G N
O H M A M A
N O I S E T T E
R E N E E
Y E S Y E S
E A S T W O O D
87 Love all
around?
ANSWER TO LAST WEEK'S PUZZLE
88 Actress Faye

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