Details for Jan 2019 Sunday Puzzle

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek .

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SUDOKU

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THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME

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By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

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KLNEER
WELTLA
MIRHET
SCOYTK
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Unscramble these Jumbles,
one letter to each square,
to form six ordinary words.

Hard

The difficulty level for today’s Sudoku puzzle is:

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3 9 8
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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) - 7

PUZZLES

JUMBLE

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WONDERWORD

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

Stay focused. A hidden danger could arise. Avoid provoking an argument with your
Make sure structures are solid. Don’t fall for partner. Old assumptions get challenged.
a trick. Disorganization and chaos could disYou could clash with authority. Do what’s
tract. Watch your feet.
right, even when nobody’s looking.

Taurus (April 20-May 20) - 5

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - 6

Illusions swirl and mislead. Handle your
responsibilities on time, and lay low. Avoid
miscommunications, controversy or provoking jealousies. Meditate on the job at
hand.

Things may not go as planned with your
work and health. Hold yourself to high standards, and stifle rebellious tendencies. Get
expert support when needed.

Gemini (May 21-June 20) - 7

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

Disagreements, irritations and misunderstandings are to be expected. Enforce your
own rules. Choose words carefully.
Postpone travel, and wait for better conditions.

Romantic foundations may seem shaky.
Avoid provoking any jealousies. You’re gaining points as well as experience. Stick to
basics. Emotional creativity works.

Cancer (June 21-July 22) - 7

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

Weigh the pros and cons before choosing.
Postpone major decisions or purchases.
Cost overruns could require budget adjustment. Slow to avoid do-overs. Stay diplomatic.

Clean a domestic mess. Repair infrastructures. Things could get expensive. Avoid
outbursts that could return to haunt you.
Maintain patience and a sense of humor.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) - 8

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

Delays or traffic could frustrate your travels.
Interruptions could distract and frustrate.
Keep your agreements and deadlines,
despite breakdowns. Favor substance over
symbolism.

Watch your mouth; harsh words could fall
out, and then apologies. Tempers may be
especially short; avoid tromping on anyone’s sensitivities. Use diplomacy and tact.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - 6

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) - 8

Chaos or unexpected expenses could roil
your shared financial accounts. Proceed
with caution. All is not as it appears. Rules
get enforced. Avoid overspending or overindulging.

Confusion, disorganization and chaos could
get expensive. Watch the budget. Monitor
cash flow carefully. Proceed with caution.
You’re in the eye of the storm.

WUZZLES

NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD
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Answer:
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BECKON

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WALLET

HERMIT
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When Ray Davies and his brother
Dave formed their band in 1964,
they had to —

WORK OUT
THE KINKS

1/13/19

1 19,000+-foot Peruvian volcano
8 Husband of Lara in “Doctor
Zhivago”
13 Quarters
18 “That’s way better than I
can do”
19 As we speak
21 Moisturizer brand
22 *Stereotypical movie outcome
24 Instigated, with “on”
25 “The Matrix” character
26 Wallops
27 Thought-provoking
29 Reveal
30 [Poor, pitiful me!]
32 “Contact” org.
34 *Startling disclosure
36 Demands serious effort (of)
40 Vacation spot offering a
warm welcome?
42 Fig. usually expressed as a
percentage
43 ____-Town (city nickname)
44 Gave a
46 *Bringer of cold weather
53 *Law-enforcement target
56 Grammy winner Morissette
57 Constitutional Amendment
about presidential election
procedures
58 Get soaked, say
59 Duke and others
61 One of eight in “Old
MacDonald Had a Farm”
62 Polish off
63 ____ Valley
64 Pilot follower, maybe
66 According to
69 *Battery boost
72 “____ makes man wiser and
clear-sighted”: Vladimir Putin
73 Fish dish that Nobu restaurants are noted for
75 Ref. works that can run
$1,000+
76 Bill Clinton or Barack Obama
77 March ____
78 Like priests
81 Morning fix, slangily
85 Like Benadryl: Abbr.
86 Ticks off
87 *Moved closer to home?
89 *Help for users
92 Plains tribe
93 Ticked off
94 Rain-____ (bubble- gum
brand)
95 Continental trade grp., once
97 Without principles
99 *Very soon
105 Criticism
107 ____-mo
108 Cross
109 Nirvana, e.g.
110 Biblical son who was nearly
sacrificed by his father
113 Woman famously evicted
from her home
115 “No way!”
117 Things used for dumping …
or a literal hint to the answers
to the starred clues?
122 Adorable sort
123 Sun block?
124 “In a perfect world …”
125 Sitting posture in yoga
126 Enter again, as data
127 Many East Asian World
Heritage Sites

Edited by Will Shortz

BREAKING NEWS By Zhouqin Burnikel

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Suffix of ordinals
Bird with blood-red eyes
Big name in notebooks
Houses that may include tunnels
Sushi sauce
Triple-A jobs
Massive star
Stock holder?
Plus
Cutting
Mead ingredient
“That’s so kind of you!”
Course rarity
Continuing source of irritation
Radio City Music Hall has a
famous one
Caterpillar alternative
Box ____ (tree)
Beat by a nose
Pieces of three-pieces
Booted
Pricey mushroom
Roughly estimated
Many a craft brew
Common email attachments
Height: Prefix
Prison weapon
____ anchor (stay still, nautically)
“Sounds good!”
Sea whose Wikipedia article
is written in the past tense
It’s in your jeans
The Browns, on scoreboards
Increasingly outmoded circus
roles
All thumbs
Rust, e.g.

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98 Certain keg attachment
51 Course halves
52 Hand-carved Polynesian stat99 Female friend: Lat.
ues
100 Connection
54 Empire once spanning three
101 Buttinsky
continents
102 “Oyez! Oyez!” e.g.
55 Lopsided win
103 Princess Charlotte, to Harry
60 Range rovers
61 “I know the answer!”
104 Handyperson
63 Out-of-the-blue
106 Lead-in to “-ville”
65 Symbols of sovereignty
111 Came from on high
66 Can’t stand
112 Give up
67 Shade of gray
114 First name in courtroom fic68 Leave thirsty
tion
69 Peru’s ____ Chávez
116 Verily
International Airport
70 Some intersections
118 ____ Bravo
71 Supplement
119 Image file extension
74 Dream up
120 Pro ____
76 “Hasta ____”
121 Method: Abbr.
79 Works in a
museum
H O T T U B
T I M B R E
B I S S A U
80 “Gotcha”
U N W I S E
R O A R I N G
A C C E P T
81 One keeping
B L I M E Y
I N R A N G E
S E R A P E
a secret,
B I T E
O R B I T S
L I B E R A L
metaphoriU N C
S N E E Z E
I E S T
P D T
cally
B E H I N D S C E N E S
E W A N
E A T
S E P I A S
W E L L O F F M A R K
82 Apollo 13
J U G H E A D
S E R E
O C E L O T
commander
A T I T
L E A P T
E A G E R E R
83 Word-ofF I N A L E
M E R E
F O V E A
V E T
mouth
84 Drain feature A C U R A O U T O F B L U E S L O T H
R A P
B R E S T
S U E D
S T A C H E
86 Up to it
B E E R T A P
S T A C K
M A Y S
88 Pitcher Hideo L I S B O N
X R A Y
H I R A B L E
Nomo, e.g.,
P O P Q U E S T I O N
N E A R E R
by birth
N W A
F E A R
A G A I N S T G R A I N
90 Be a good
A R K
F I L M
V E N T I S
M M I
designated
E N A M E L S
M E L E E S
H Y P E
driver
A C R O S S
L A R I S S A
S E A T A C
91 Flag thrower
S H O W E R
S T U N T E D
U N L A C E
K I D N A P
S E D A N S
E V E N T S
96 Pitchers’
awards?
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