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Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England), January 13, 2010 | Go to article overview

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Byline: Claire Petulengro

YOU'LL find it hard not to say what you think, so you'd be wise to not see people you know you'll offend. You'll be glad you did when Thursday reveals all, and not just some facts.

CALL MY ARIES LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0721 YOU were doing so well with the progress you were making. Now you have slowed right down. What appears to be behind this? Love and the most dramatic effects happen from here on in.

CALL MY TAURUS LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0722 A NEW view to a certain person, has left you wondering if you'll ever be able to work out how you feel. You will, you just have to not judge your future by your past.

CALL MY GEMINI LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0723 MAKE this a month to remember. You have everything you need in front of you to make your life everything you desire. Aquarians and Geminis prove perfect confidantes for a secret.

CALL MY CANCER LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0724 THE attention you've been getting from a person from your past should not be allowed to push you to make changes. You know your gameplan so stick to it. Don't be emotionally manipulated.

CALL MY LEO LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0725 THIS is a key month of changes where you find it possible to sort out your finances once and for all. This time has been a long time coming, so don't waste it.

CALL MY VIRGO LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0726 NEWS of a work project gives you reason to let down those defences, and also allows you to find allies in places that you did not expect. Success is yours and about time too.

CALL MY LIBRA LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0727 TAKE your time when reading any paperwork, emails or texts today. …

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