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THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek .

BRIDGE

SUDOKU

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME

SRYPTO
TARREH
TYOFIN
ISNVOI
LEXEHA

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2 9
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9

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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

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Hard

2
3 8
3 5 1

By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

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

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The difficulty level for today’s Sudoku puzzle is:

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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) - 6

Don’t argue with a brick wall. Minimize risks
with a domestic repair or remodel. Harmony
may require effort. Prioritize practical functionality. Reinforce infrastructure.

Taurus (April 20-May 20) - 7

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PUZZLES

JUMBLE

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5
9
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6
2
7

3
2
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WONDERWORD

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

Someone important is paying attention;
don’t show unfinished work. Polish your
presentation, and resolve any obvious
issues. Weigh options and schedule your
choices carefully.

Use diplomacy and a gentle tone with a con- Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - 8
troversy. Silence may be the best response. Delays and roadblocks could interrupt your
Manage immediate concerns, and let sleep- travels. Study your subject online, and wait
ing dogs lie.
for better conditions to launch. Review
routes and reservations. Patiently persist.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) - 8
Track expenses, and pay as you go. Follow Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - 7
rules and instructions carefully. More
Resolve a financial hurdle with your partner.
income is possible. Avoid splurging on stuff Restraint serves you well. Guard against
you don’t need.
overconsumption. Prioritize practical
Cancer (June 21-July 22) - 8
repairs, expenses and upgrades. Budget
Recharge with small treats. Pamper yourself carefully.
with solitary moments and personal diverCapricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - 8
sions. Enjoy home spa moments complete
with chocolate or fruit. Read or watch some- Negotiate to refine your plans together.
Avoid risky business. Stay patient and genthing brilliant.
tle with each other. Don’t make expensive
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) - 6
promises.Try simple remedies.
Peace and quiet draw you in. Avoid overAquarius
(Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - 7
stimulating environments or controversy.
Minimize distraction or chatter, and focus on Slow for a challenge, test or breakdown with
your health or work. Hold your temper.
short-term plans and strategies. Rest and
Postpone and delegate what you can.Treat
nurture yourself.
yourself and others kindly.

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

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) - 7

Keep supporting your team, despite challenges or hardship. Discuss priorities and
responsibilities. Don’t get stopped by past
failure. Choose private over public engagements.

Romantic ideas don’t always go as planned.
Have patience with someone you love. Don’t
try a new trick now. Relax, and enjoy simple
pleasures.

WUZZLES

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

Answer:
DENTAL
SPORTY

RATHER
NOTIFY

VISION
EXHALE

The struggling new owners of
the 100-year-old bed & breakfast
were —

“INN” OVER
THEIR HEADS

9/22/19

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Edited by Will Shortz

WELL, WELL, WELL, IF IT ISN’T ... By Joe DiPietro

Well, for one
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Longhair cats
For instance
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Alternative to Martha Stewart
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Weddings
Caribbean island nation
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Take in
… the guy who vows to take
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his Stetson to the grave
Baby Gap purchase
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Famous conjoined twin
Figures
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California’s Big ____
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TV’s “____ Ruins Everything” 51
Lose control on the road
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IV checkers
… the fraternity guy who
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wants to be a cardiologist
Levelheaded
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Kind of furniture
Triumphant cry
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Game lover’s purchase
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First word of “Jabberwocky”
Dated PC hookup
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J. Carrol ____ (two-time
1940s Oscar nominee)
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Traffic-stopping grp.?
… the guy who barely
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shows he’s exasperated
… the guy who always
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shows up unannounced
Hugs, in a letter
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Home of minor-league baseball’s Aces
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California’s Santa ____
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Mountains
Puts on TV
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Show that NBC 62-Across,
for short
Heaps
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128 Almost up
105 Relaxing
They follow springs by about
129 Exams given intradermally, for
a week
54 Doth depart
107 High-grade
short
Sylvia of jazz
55 Diamond brackets?
109 Auto dealer’s offer
130
Actress
Taylor
of
“Bones”
… the gal who delivered the
57 Dissenting vote
110 Auto owner’s proof
greatest put-down ever
61 Swerves back
113 Tip of Italy?
DOWN
Small prevarications
65 Cry like a baby
116 Field
1
No.
1
nun
Helicopter sounds
67 Large shrimp
119 Shoot down
2
Prolonged
period
of
excessive
Permanent spot?
68 See 72-Down
imbibing
120 Wile E. Coyote purchase
UPS unit: Abbr.
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3 Soft blanket material
121 In good shape
“Othello” provocateur
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Pride
Parade
participants
may
4 Ice-cream eponym
122 Gambling-parlor letters
“Lethal Weapon” force, in brief
be
in
it
5 Part of AARP: Abbr.
123 Take steps
Prison division
72
With
68-Down,
summer
side
6 Note that sounds like an order
124 Sort of person who’s blue:
“Well, well, well, whaddya
dish
to get with it?
Abbr.with the Tony-winning
know”
73 Shade for a field worker?
7 Appalled
playwright of the same name,
… the guy who takes aerial
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“Drawin’
a
blank
here”
8 Big D.C. lobby
but the two men don’t know
photos for the military
75
____
vivant
9 1995 crime film based on an
each other.This Joe writes:‘‘I
… the gal who loses it when
78 Gambler’s exclamation
Elmore Leonard novel
love the sweet pain of filling
pass plays are called
79 Father of Enigma in DC
10
At
the
perfect
time
grids.’’ He sometimes spends
CPR teacher, maybe
Comics
weeks
working and reworking
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Enthusiastic
Temporarily sated, with “over”
80 Creamy beverage
them — and the resulting
12
Commercial
suffix
with
Gator
Critical campaign mo.
quality shows. — W.S.
81 Tagged, informally
13 Gained a lap?
Source of some pressure
83 Pitcher who
14 ____ Paulo
Place for trophies
A S H
A R A B
O F F
S K I C A P
famously
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S I A
M E D E
S L E D
C H I C A G O
Declaration
claimed he
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Staircase
sound
P
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Y
T
D
E
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R
E
T U N E S
Singer with the 2009 No. 1 hit
was on LSD
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“TiK ToK”
C O L O R W
S
L O I S
B L T
while throwDr. McCoy
ing a no-hitter A S S A Y E D M I C C H E C K B E E B
Move a bit
18 Far Eastern fruits that resemble
(1970)
H A E
C O M O R O S
L A R V A
… the gal who spends all day
apples
87 And others, for I M S N T S B
at the hairdresser
R E I
B O O K R E C
19
What
a
prefix
or
suffix
gets
short
Rollaway
D A T E
S U E
K E E P
R E A L
added to
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C Y A N S
P R E P
P O
E D
Word with club or cream
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89 Renuzit target H I T J O B S M O W L I N T B A R K
Aristocratic Italian name of old
31 Honey substitute?
I G U A N A
A P P O L L S
E Y E D U P
90 It can be old
Cartoonist Keane
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or breaking
P O E M
S A L T
W O O
D R E A D E D
Dance that might include a
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Mouth,
slangily
B A
A
T I M E
S N A F U
92 Sport ____
chair
36 Con ____ (briskly, in music)
J A M E
L O R
E L I
S M U T
93 “Ocean’s
West Coast summer setting:
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Talk
like
a
tough,
say
Twelve” role
J A N E R O E
S I P
L I R R
S L Y
Abbr.
38 “Well, howdy”
A M I N O
G E N E T I C
O A T
96 ____ Terr.,
Dag Hammarskjöld’s successor
41 Dieter’s “I”
1861-89
at the U.N.
M A S T
G L U T E N I N
I N T E G R A
44 Picks up the bill
S E X
D I E S
101 Maze explorer P I E Z O O M
… the guy who can’t stop
46 Unlikely handouts with beers
bragging about Bragg
A C T A E O N
J A L I S
X I C O
103 Go downhill
48 Court V.I.P.
Bit of trail mix
C A T C A F E
L O O N
A T A D
N U N
in a hurry
K N E E L S
O C T
B A N G
G R E
51 Sea plea
Underlining alternative
104 Part of a
parka
52 Period of group activity, slangily
Creeped out?
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