Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of horoscope.

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Examples

  • He also remembered that when we first hooked up, and we were reading our horoscopes as some people tend to do at the beginning, our western horoscopes* said we were a perfect match, but our eastern horoscopes said we were poison together.

    On Niceness and Abuse

  • Pompeo, who between takes playfully reads the crew their horoscopes from a magazine, says, Meredith sees him resisting and has to get to the bottom of why he's resisting.

    On the Set: Shepherd Siblings Reunite for Grey's Anatomy-Private Practice Crossover

  • ‘The depth of sincerity with which people believe creation narratives from the scriptures – whether it is Islam, Christianity or some other religion – tends to be much greater than the belief that people have in horoscopes or astrology.’

    Children should be taught about creationism in school, top scientist says

  • The newsletter will contain horoscopes, how to use astrology to gain wealth and influence, how to make money on the stock market, reviews, articles not seen on these pages, links, a whole shitload of buttery goodness.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Then he assembled the astrologers and astronomers who knew the places of the planets, and the wizards and wise ones of the time, and men learned in horoscopes and nativities,268 and they drew out my birth scheme and said to my father, Thy son shall live to fifteen years, but in his fifteenth there is a sinister aspect; an he safely tide it over he shall attain a great age.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Fitz and Karl are both Capricorns, so sadly, their horoscopes are the same:

    Firedoglake » Bush Is Crappy Prez…With Charts

  • Women go in for religion, 'horoscopes' (professional astrologers say their clients are overwhelmingly female), & for 'sentiment': birthdays, aniiversaries, family get-togethers, family photos, & the like.

    A Kuranian Take on the Religious Gender Gap, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • On the other hand companies have found new ways to approach them and penetrate in the target group by offering commercial products such as horoscopes, ring tunes, screen savers as well as other gadgets.

    Archive 2008-02-07

  • "The lawsuit also seeks to stop the deceptive sale of other cell phone content that is falsely advertised as 'free,' such as horoscopes, jokes of the day and wallpapers."

    ClickZ News

  • We're sure there are some people who'd be willing to pay a few pennies to subscribe to regular entertainment (such as horoscopes or gossip) updates or, more likely, financial information such as stock tips.

    Technology Reviews, News

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