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THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek .

BRIDGE

SUDOKU

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME

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By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

SREYDS
TARIPE
TLEAYL
GRANDO
WDHAOS
ISHMYW

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

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Easy

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.
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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

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PUZZLES

JUMBLE

WONDERWORD

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - 7

Home and family have your attention.
Adjust to surprising circumstances.
Rearrange objects to better serve the situation. When opportunity knocks, open the
door.

Reassess professional and social challenges.
Market changes require adaptation. New
facts dispel old fears. Listen to intuition.
Stick to basics and keep practicing.

Taurus (April 20-May 20) - 8

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

Gemini (May 21-June 20) - 7

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - 7

Cancer (June 21-July 22) - 7

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

Listen first before advancing, to avoid a
communications breakdown. Follow your
feelings as well as your intellect.
Distractions can cause mistakes. Pay attention.

New possibilities stretch old boundaries.
Don’t fund a crazy scheme. Heed the voice
of experience. Follow rules and guidelines
carefully. Research and explore.

Keep generating income despite obstacles.
Disagree persuasively and respectfully.
Mechanical glitches could cause delays.
Manage financial resources carefully.You
can get what you need.

Investigate options and massage the budget
to find solutions. Don’t make wild promises
or rely on unstable sources. New expenses
could arise. Monitor numbers.

Persevere with a personal project. Stay out
of someone else’s argument. Routine provides strength. Even small steps satisfy.
Treat yourself with kindness and compassion.

Collaborate with your partner to adapt to
changing circumstances. Conditions and
expectations shift. Discipline is required.
Practice and it gets easier.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - 6

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) - 7

Lay low and avoid controversy or conflict.
Guard health and energy despite chaotic
Recharge batteries and clean messes.
conditions. Slow for tricky terrain. Stick to
Organize and file papers. Music, nature and
solid ground. Don’t be hasty. Manage break- exercise are restorative. Meditate and rest.
downs. Profit from meticulous service.
Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) - 8
Social controversy or misunderstandings
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - 7
arise with little provocation. Everyone is
Stay patient with the ones you love. Allow adapting to community changes. Not everyothers to process changes at their own pace. one does things the same. Keep your
Love is the bottom line. Nurture each other. patience. Pull together.

WUZZLES

NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD
ACROSS

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

Answer:
DRESSY
PIRATE

LATELY SHADOW
DRAGON WHIMSY

After the reigning hot dog-eating
champion lost, he —

SWALLOWED
HIS PRIDE
8/2/20

1 Ones out of this world, for
short
4 Club setting for scenes in
‘‘GoodFellas’’ and ‘‘Raging
Bull’’
11 Something pressed in an
emergency
19 ____ Lee (dessert brand)
20 Gets better
21 Oppressive dominance
22 *Performers who set the bar
high?
24 *Go-getter’s maxim
25 In a way
26 Eves
28 One-named Grammywinning singer
29 Worried exclamation from
Astro on ‘‘The Jetsons’’
30 Writer and film critic James
31 Platinum-selling rapperturned-TV-cop
33 Sr.’s hurdle
36 English cathedral city
37 Brand with a jingle to the
‘‘Dragnet’’ theme
39 *Public health agency’s mission
43 Part of a ventilation system
46 Actress and civil rights activist Ruby ____
47 Boors
48 *Feature of a Chippendales
show
51 Fix the colors on, say
54 Boor
55 Special orders on new autos
56 It means well in Italy
57 P.R. event
59 Smooth sailing
60 Gas numbers
63 Bug
66 Stand-up comic Wong
67 *Places for coasters
70 Move in a hurry, quaintly
71 Best horse of the 20th century,
per The Associated Press
73 Language spoken on Easter
Island
74 Jazz’s Jackson
75 Matriarch’s title, maybe
78 Chats away
79 Large musical combo
80 Spud
82 Palette cleansers between
courses
84 *How to screw in a light bulb
86 Common chords
88 ‘‘I didn’t need to know that’’
89 Tries hard
91 *What keeps up standards in
the radio business?
94 Temple cabinets
95 End of many addresses
98 Pioneer of detective fiction
99 Reed in a pit
100 A while back
103 Author/magazine editor
Welteroth
105 Singer/activist Horne
107 Half of a record
109 Celebrity ... but just barely
110 *‘‘Holy moly!’’
114 *Occasion for hiding in the
dark
116 In trouble, metaphorically
117 Genre for the Smashing
Pumpkins and Liz Phair
118 Beat poem allegedly inspired
by a peyote vision

Edited by Will Shortz

DOUBLES PLAY By Wyna Liu

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120 Words of understanding
121 Italian diminutive suffix

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Lengthy reprimand, so to speak
Lowbrow
Taste
‘‘Ouch!’’
Half of some matching sets
Put away
Hold tightly
National Medal of Arts winner
Davis
Played miniature golf
Altar place
Snap
Inverse trig function
Choking-hazard label
How TV shows may be shown
Some Montanans
Plant part
____ king
Spanish chess piece
Put away for later
Expert advice
Evaluate, as an opponent
Phoenix sch.
Like polka
What sheep participate in
Plant part
Alternatively
Summer hrs. in Colorado
Words of commitment
Pyle’s portrayer on ‘‘Gomer
Pyle, U.S.M.C.’’
Pang
Love, in Lyon
Defeat soundly
Couple of fins
Head of ____

95 Ancestor of the modern lemon
49 Happy refrain
and lime
50 National economic prosperity,
metaphorically
96 Ring combo
52 Adolescent
97 She played ‘‘the devil’’ Miranda
53 ‘‘What’s up?’’ in textspeak
in ‘‘The Devil Wears Prada’’
56 A.C. measure
101 ‘‘Dagnabbit!’’
58 First man, in Maori mythology
102 Kind of pants
60 Oil-rich nation that’s not in
104 Japanese beer brand
OPEC
105 Partially landlocked bay
61 Sour milk product
106 Drachma replacement
62 Cathedral in N.Y.C.
64 ‘‘Revelations’’ choreographer
108 ‘‘My word!’’
65 Small, in a way
109 Five of these are needed to
67 Oscars, e.g.
play Yahtzee
68 Blue Ribbon brand
110 Astronaut Grissom
69 It’s found in a key: Abbr.
111 Transcript fig.
72 Mountain nymph of Greek
112 Topic discussed by the bar
myth
113 Barely manage, with ‘‘out’’
74 Comfy shoes, for short
115 Children’s author Asquith
76 Writing on
many a
I G L E S I A S
J E M I M A
O R A T E
license plate
D U A L R O L E
O S I R I S
N O T A X
77 Opposing
T A K E O U T T H E T R A S H
P A T T I
forces in Risk
A V E C
A R I
D O T H E D I S H E S
79 Preventing
G A R T H
A D S
S E A
A T T E S T
spills, say
E I N S T E I N
P O N C H O
80 Sporty option
S W E E P T H E F L O O R
V S H A P E D
O I L
S H A
V E N I C E
M E T A
81 Folk singer
W I I G
M E S A
P O O R A T
R O N
Guthrie
N U M E R O U N O
G O T O T H E B A N K
83 H.S. class
S I A
A D M I T I T
A L E
84 Monopoly
S O R T T H E M A I L
N I B B L E S O N
token
U D O
E U R O P A
A G E E
N I K E
85 Have a seriM I D I
A R O M A S
S A Y
L A W
ous crush on,
O N E N E S S
P I C K U P T H E T O Y S
informally
W E A K E R
H E R E S H O W
87 Less expresS C A R R Y
A I G
D I E
H O S E R
sive
P A Y T H E B I L L S
C P A
S U R I
90 Issa of
I N I G O
C L E A N T H E G U T T E R S
‘‘Insecure’’
T O N A L
C A N D I D
R U N S A M O K
92 Puts down
S E N S E
S T E E P S
S E C U R E L Y
93 Little bump
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