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THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek .

BRIDGE

SUDOKU

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME

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BRAVLE
OFROGT
BYUCON
FNIEEL
MAIDSY
SRWPAL

Download the free JUST JUMBLE app • Follow us on Twitter @PlayJumble

By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

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

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All Rights Reserved.

0526Su
Hard

The difficulty level for today’s Sudoku puzzle is:

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

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) - 6

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

Taurus (April 20-May 20) - 8

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - 7

Avoid the limelight, and stay close to
home.You can be especially productive
behind closed doors. Organize, sort and
archive materials. Strategize and coordinate.

PUZZLES

JUMBLE

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WONDERWORD

Slow down, especially around sharp
objects. Pamper your health with good
food and rest. Don’t overdo it physically.
Practice your moves consistently and
gently.

A formidable barrier blocks the path.You
can see what’s not working. Collaborate
for a wider view and more ideas.
Teamwork wins the day.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) - 8
Work takes priority for a few days. Pay
attention to avoid a pitfall or controversy.
Keep your tone respectful and diplomatic. Provide excellent service.

Something may seem too good to be
true. A romantic expectation may not go
as planned. Maintain a sense of humor.
Distinguish fact from fantasy.

Traffic or delays could frustrate your
route. Watch for hidden dangers along
the road. Pack light when traveling.
Virtual participation allows long-distance
connection.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - 7

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

Cancer (June 21-July 22) - 9

Make repairs and renovations at home to
reduce risk or danger. Replace something
volatile with something secure.Talk with
family to align on solutions.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) - 8

Carefully consider how best to present
your message to the intended audience.
Mistakes could be embarrassing.
Collaborate with a good editor for the
best results.

Have patience with your partner, espeAquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - 9
cially around financial conversations.
There are profits available if you can
Make sure you’re both aligned before
making important decisions. Collaborate avoid expensive pitfalls. Avoid risky
propositions. If money’s tight, maintain a
for shared gain.
frugal lifestyle. Keep it in balance.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - 7

Think before you speak, especially with
your partner. Avoid gossip, confrontation
or oversharing. Someone might say
something hurtful. Listen graciously, and
reserve judgment.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) - 8

Watch where you’re going, so you don’t
step on anyone. Old assumptions get
challenged.You’re ready to make
improvements. Pursue a personal dream.

WUZZLES

NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD
ACROSS

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

Answer:
VERBAL
FORGOT

BOUNCY
FELINE

DISMAY
SPRAWL

The car dealership put up new
billboards to —

DRIVE MORE
TRAFFIC
5/26/19

1 Paintball sound
6 City between Turin and
Genoa
10 Padlocks lock them
15 Nothing, slangily
19 Spot check?
20 ____ Air
21 Egg producer
22 Drivetrain part
23 Alternative band that
sounds like every other
alternative band?
25 #1-selling artist that’s an
anagram of 23-Across
27 Check time
28 “Wicked Game” singer
Chris
30 Showroom display
31 Documentarian Morris
33 They’re new to the family
36 Mystery writer Deighton
38 Deli order
41 Like some drinks and emotions
43 “Nonsense!”
44 Full of frills
45 Invitation for musical plagiarism?
48 #1-selling artist that’s an
anagram of 45-Across
51 Like first editions, often
52 Quirk
54 Cell in a 21-Across
55 Frilly trim
57 Rebels’ school
58 Remote possibility?
59 “… ____ other name
would smell as sweet”:
Juliet
60 Cellar setup
62 Good deal
63 Carrier letters
66 Greeting to a conductor?
68 #1-selling artist that’s an anagram of 66-Across
71 Till bill
72 Turn to mush
73 Acrylic container
76 Welcome to the fold?
77 Tide type
79 Enormous
80 Coffeehouse entertainers
82 Excite
85 Oil change, brake test, etc.
86 Performance often in Italian
87 Friendly music genre?
89 #1-selling artist that’s an anagram of 87-Across
93 Spellbound
94 It’s often set at night
96 Kimchi is its national dish
97 See 124-Across
98 Botanist Gray
99 Alternative to an Oscar
102 Pepper ____, Iron Man’s love
interest
104 “Family Guy” baby
106 Mythical weeper
108 Sea creatures with beaks
112 Part of a hospital playlist?
115 #1-selling artist that’s an anagram of 112-Across
117 Play thing
118 Emmy-nominated FX comedy
119 “Ohhh, O.K.”
120 Ready for use
121 Count (on)
122 Punch in
123 Banks with a lot of money
124 With 97-Across, back some
time

Edited by Will Shortz

MUSICAL REMIXES By Joel Fagliano

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2 Enrique ____ Nieto, Mexican
president elected in 2012
3 Word after leading or cleaning
4 Digression
5 Private sector?
6 Hurt
7 Caution in a movie review,
maybe
8 Whips
9 “____ are like beards; men
do not have them until they
grow up”: Voltaire
10 Face wear for Jason Voorhees
in “Friday the 13th”
11 Old greeting
12 ____ acetosella (KHC2O4)
13 Human, for one
14 Church council
15 Light blue-green
16 Armpit-related
17 Like military hairstyles
18 Actor Jeong of “The
Hangover”
24 Saint with an alphabet named
after him
26 Newsroom workers, for short
29 Twenty something?
32 California school attended by
Obama, familiarly
34 N.L. East team, to fans
35 New Year’s Eve host Carson
37 Org. with a closing bell
38 Triumphant cry
39 Together
40 “Heavens!”
42 Dough used for tortillas,
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“Whatever”
Head case?
“Et tu?”
Bunkhouse feature
Karaoke need
Maa in “Babe,” e.g.
Leading
Turn (into)
Jacob’s name after he wrestled with the angel
Makeshift weapon in a murder mystery
Epitome of desolateness
Making known
____ coeptis (phrase on the
back of a dollar bill)
Hooded jacket
Nascar sponsor
Tries
Figure in a Yogi Bear cartoon
“The Walking
T O N
Dead” chanA T I T
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Computer
P O T L U
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like a theater A S H E N
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That: Sp.
S P O I
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Noisy talker
E N O L
Virginia’s
R S T U
____ Hill
Academy,
P I E R C
alma mater
M C C O
of 20+ N.B.A. R E T H R
players
T O E
T
Taj Mahal city E N D S
Comfort
B A
Keeping the
I M P A R
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B I E R S
____ wars
E N E R O
Persists, as a
X E N O N
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Reveal
Lose face
Hosp. procedure
Winter Olympics powerhouse:
Abbr.
Congressional divider
Loaf
Something skipped
Spot
Ornate
Bone: Prefix
Hit a high point
AT&T and Comcast, for short
“Science Friday” airer
Unseen winning card, in poker
lingo
Never, in Berlin
Limitless quantity

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