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THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 2011
Sunrise/sunset
RAINFALL
Mon., June 6
Tues., June 7
Wed., June 8
Thurs., June 9
Fri., June 10
Sat., June 11
Sun., June 12
North
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
Mid
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Month to date: 2011
0.00 in
Year-to-date:
South
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Sunrise
2010
0.48 in.
2011
2010
16.30 in. 11.57 in.
Sunset
Thurs., June 16 6:35
8:27
Fri., June 17
6:35
8:28
Sat., June 18
6:36
8:28
Sun., June 19
6:36
8:28
Mon., June 20
6:36
8:28
Tues., June 21
6:36
8:29
Wed., June 22
6:36
8:29
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TemperatureS
Temps.
High
Low
90 73.5
93
74
92 75.5
90
72
93
76
91.5 75.5
91 75.5
Tues., June 7
Wed., June 8
Thurs., June 9
Fri., June 10
Sat., June 11
Sun., June 12
Mon., June 13
Record Temps.
High
Low
97 (1984) 67 (1992)
98 (1981) 70 (2002)
96 (1983) 68 (1991)
96 (1985) 68 (1991)
96 (1983) 67 (1987)
97 (1984) 67 (1981)
98 (1981) 71 (1987)
Average Gulf water temperature: 84.4
TIDE CHART
Thurs., June 16
Highs
12:06p
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Lows
8:53p
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Sat., June 18
4:15a
1:35p
7:29a 10:08p
Sun., June 19
4:38a
2:21p
8:34a 10:43p
Mon., June 20
5:03a
3:11p
9:46a 11:18p
Tues., June 21
5:31a
4:09p
11:04a 11:53p
Wed., June 22
6:01a
5:20p
12:27p
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Rita Mangione submitted this sunset photo, taken on Anna Maria Island.
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T H E O B S E R V E R C R O S S WO R D
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70 Like cereal in milk,
prime minister
after a time
Lester
State in Germany
73 Non-Rx
Admit, as to a bus
dOwn
74 Cut with a surgical
Dreadful feeling
1 Place to sleep
beam
Periodic table
2 ___ Baba
75 Louisiana
components
3 Where a fob is kept
marshland
Red color
4 Asian nanny
78 Shrek, for one
Jigsaw-puzzle part
5 Lie comfortably
79 They treat athletic
It may end with a
6 Enter, as data
injuries
“Poof!”
7 Nibbled on
81 Pay-___-view
“Bennie and the
8 Lost love in Poe’s
82 Rub the wrong way
Jets” singer John
“The Raven”
84 Mere commoner
You of yesteryear
9 Part of a joule
85 Kind of viper or owl
Prefix meaning “on
10 Pageant prize
86 Chicken ___
the left”
11 Coveted Hollywood
(childhood affliction)
The ___ Pack
statuette
87 Jessica of “Fantastic
(Sammy Davis Jr.’s
12 Vex
Four”
group)
13 Breast-beating
88 Long black Cadillac,
“Why, certainly!”
mammal
often
Continuity problem
14 E Street Band
90 “___ the season to
Furniture finisher
guitarist Lofgren
be jolly”
“King of the Hill”
15 Rise and shine at
91 “Way” or “wife”
town
dawn
beginning
Animal friend
16 Catch a touchdown
92 Night-sky light
Cut off from
17 Palindromic
93 Title in old India
everyone else
principle
95 “Mutiny on the
Between good and
19 Prominent, as a
Bounty” isle
best
feature
98 British Gold Coast,
Napoleon’s fate
20 Musk-secreting
today
Mineral that forms
mammal
99 “Honest” president
in sheets
23 Monopoly income
Lincoln
Parker’s rank on
sources
101 Susan’s “All My
“McHale’s Navy”
29 Street urchin
Children” role
(Abbr.)
30 Dresses with a flare
104 Zinc ___ (fertilizer
Highest card in a
32 Crosswise,
ingredient)
suit
nautically
106 Tennis court divider
Easily flexed
34 More than suspend,
Like a squid’s squirt 107 Captain Kirk’s
as from school
records
Back muscle, briefly
35 Diddly-squat
109 Red or White
Hypnotized state
38 “No” vote
baseball team
Cheese from France
40 Steakhouse
110 “Not guilty,” for one
Formerly, on the
specification
111 Moranis of
wedding page
42 Lady on U.S. coins
“Ghostbusters”
Lower, as the lights
46 Go house-to-house
Like some guidance 113 Letter-ending word
for votes
115 Opera by Bizet
or discretion
47 Unabridged
120 “It’s the Hard-Knock
Place associated
49 Bird beaks
Life” musical
with 41-Across
121 Archaeologist’s finds 50 Animal milk source
Steady look
52 Property claim
122 Master of seduction
BMW alternative
53 Almost got an
123 Stops introducing
Diesel of films
inside-the-park
evidence
Romantic
homer
124 First occurrence, as
rendezvous
54 “___ Buy Me Love”
of a symptom
Painter of expansive
(Beatles)
125 Former Canadian
scenery
ACROSS
57 Cart
58 “Turandot”
composer
59 Dentists’ org.
62 High school math
course
63 Make ___ (begin)
65 Autocrat until 1917
67 Stella ___ (cookie
brand)
68 “In one ___ and out
the other”
69 Wild mountain goat
70 Future jr.
71 Undress with one’s
eyes
72 Auto mechanics’
lubricators
76 Crude ships?
77 Suave and polished
79 “A League of ___
Own” (1992 film)
80 Treetop construction
81 Lecture hall
platforms
83 Gold measurement
86 Hidden hazard
87 Smokestack
emission
89 Seashell seller in a
tongue twister
91 One running 5,280
feet
94 Informal eatery
96 Distinct feature
97 Maui dances
98 Hired Japanese
companion
99 Place to exchange
vows
100 Wind-___ (carried by
a breeze)
102 Borat’s creator
103 Skating leaps
105 Overused, as a
phrase
108 Use a letter opener
112 Scorch
114 Agreeable reply
116 Round dessert
117 Beau Brummell
118 ___ de Janeiro
119 Mama’s boy?
Last weeks Cryptograms
1. The cynical philosophy of a sluggish office worker: “Kid, never put off ’til tomorrow
what you can manage to avoid altogether.”
2. Is there anyone who gets why there are interstate highways in Hawaii?
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