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horoscope

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhoroscopehor‧o‧scope /ˈhɒrəskəʊp $ ˈhɑːrəskoʊp, ˈhɔː-/ noun [countable]  a description of your character and the things that will happen to you, based on the position of the stars and planets at the time of your birthzodiac
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horoscopeParticular items like cartoons and horoscopes often had high readerships; leading articles did not.However, some minor sporting events, television schedules, crosswords and horoscopes have been omitted.No, we're not doing horoscopes just looking ahead to Saturday afternoon.The Pope has put betting - with tax-dodging and reading horoscopes - on a list of sins that risk eternal damnation.And stargazers who slavishly read those horoscopes are set for the sign of eternal damnation.There was no sense in letting a silly thing like an unsolicited horoscope put her in a flap.You can even have your horoscope added to the mix.Even reading your horoscope can get up your nose.
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