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Tanked:Un fil tered Hang Ten (:04) Tanked: Un fil tered OXYGEN75 Sex & City Sex & City Sex & City Sex & City Sex and the City Talk Is Cheap Sex & City Sex & City Snapped Christine Snapped Jennifer Nibbe Across 1Hiking trail reference 4Sign in a radio studio 9Massage 12Like most Jordanians 14Klum of “Project Runway” 15Lawyer’s assignment 16Hockey team that plays at Staples Center 19“Same here!” 20Chocolate wafer bar in a red wrapper 21Super Bowl advertiser with Clydesdale horses 25Don 28___ Solo of “Star Wars” 29Lab glasses 33Pale-faced 34What someone’s best at 36Online tech review site 37ABC a.m. show, for short 38Luxury watch brand 39What a fawn might grow into 40Food in a feedbag 42“Don Giovanni” or “Don Pasquale” 43Spanish miss: Abbr. 44Golf shots off tees 46Hip guy 48Donkeys 49Lana Del ___, singer with the 2014 #1 album “Ultraviolence” 52Gets ready to strike, as a snake 53Busy company around Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day 56“S” on the dinner table 57Hersey’s “A Bell for ___” 58Memorandum 601986 Nobel Peace Prize winner Wiesel 61Betray, as a naughty sibling 62Frequent Arctic forecast 63Suffix with Vietnam 64Royal topper … or part of the logos of 16-, 21-, 38- and 53-Across 65Lens of a camera, essentially Down 1Niger’s western neighbor 2Yankee slugger with the most M.L.B. career grand slams, informally 3El ___, Tex. 4“Good heavens!” 5Word before a maiden name 6Have a bug 7Suffix with cyan- 8Insurers assume them 9Captain or major 10Org. whose website has many links? 11Cream of the crop 13Dugout figure 15___ acid (part of lemons and oranges) 17Follower of “a” or “the,” often 18Ukraine’s capital 22“Big ___” (“Who cares?”) 23Three-time Grammy winner Steve 24Encrypt? 25Where Buddhists worship 26Fed. fugitive hunters 27“NOT true!” 30Google smartphone released in 2014 31“War and Peace” author 32Thieves 34Bushy dos, informally 35SAT, e.g. 41Gracefully thin 43Looks down on 45Course for many immigrants, for short 47___ Victrola 49Control tower device 50Muse for Lord Byron 51“Get what I mean?,” informally 54“WTF With ___ Maron” (popular podcast) 55Hartford’s state: Abbr. 56“Get what I mean?” 59Woolly mama Answer to Saturday’s puzzle EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ NEW YORK TIMESCROSSWORD PUZZLEBY ZHOUQIN BURNIKEL NO. 0914 whatsuproc.com stories and reviews see complete movie listings and working with others to build a better world.” Unlike other religions, the Baha’i have no clergy. Instead, they have Spiritual Assemblies ranging f rom local up to the international level. A Local Spir- i tual Assembly consists of nine adult members, ages 2 1and up, who are annually elected by secret ballot, based upon their spiritual qualities, to serve the faith community as well as the general community. Anvari has served on a number of Local Spiritual Assemblies in various cities and currently serves as secretary for Brighton’s Local Spiritual Assembly as well as on the Regional Baha’i Council of Northeastern States. “I once heard it said, ‘No one wants a religion that doesn’t transform you.’ Well, the Baha’i faith cert ainly has transformed me,” says local artistCarey C orea. “ Consciousness of the oneness of God, the one- n ess of his messengersand the oneness of the human race have had great spiritual impact on me,” he explains. His faith has informed his art and has allowed him to “have spiritual conversations with people of all religions, races, nationalities and social classes in a spirit of love and fellowship.” This type of spiritual conversation is second nature to Anvari. Thanks to her parents’ strongly held belief in the Baha’i principle of universal education and investigation of the truth, Anvari had the opportunity to study Jewish, Muslim and Armenian Christian traditions alongside her own faith. Having first arrived in Rochester 30 years ago, after her husband was recruited by Kodak, Anvari t odaybrings her considerable knowledge and talents to bear as managing director and co-owner, along with her husband, of FACIEN, a marketing services firmon East Avenue, providing strategy and marketing for small and medium-sized businesses. Arlene Hisiger is a freelance writer in the Rochester area. Faith Continued from Page 1C tractions and focusing on a single task are more likely to be multitaskers. And those who multitask usually o verestimate how successful they are at doing so (sor- r y, guys). B ut there’s hope yet. Once you’re willing to accept that multitasking isn’t doing you any favors, follow these tips for focusing on one thing at a time — without sacrificing productivity. 1 . Put down your phone (or tablet or laptop … ) B lock out distractions while you work, hang out w ith friends or play the guitar by turning off the phone, TV and anything else that draws you away from what you’re actually doing. 2. Get into a routine. T his can be helpful if you spend a good chunk of your day on the computer or working from home. Ins tead of diving in to tasks willy-nilly, set up a schedule that tells you what to work on and when (and be sure to i ncorporate some breaks into the day). That way, you’ll know what to expect from yourself each time you sit down to work (and you’ll be less tempted to goof off on ESPN.com or tinker with household rep airs). 3. Set goals. K now what you’re going to do before you start doing it. If you have no clear path, distractions can come easily. Before starting a new task, take a few minutes to plan out the steps you’ll need to complete and in w hat order — that way, you’ll be less able to wander. An important step of goal setting? A quality to-do list. 4. Eat a good breakfast. T urns out taking a second to chow down on a healthy breakfast can help boost concentration and focus. Bonus points if that meal includes some protein. 5. Meditate. Studies suggest that regular meditation can boost brain function and is associated with better focus and attention. It can also help reduce stress when a massive to-do list is looming. 6 . Block it out. Can’t beat distraction with willpower alone? Don’t worry: There are applications out there that will shut d own distractions on your media devices. An app called Dark Room transforms your computer into a focused writing space. For $15, the app Anti-Social w ill stop you from checking social media while working. And Rescue Time allows you to block select sites and track the amount of time you spend on various activities, so you can adjust accordingly. 7. Listen well. We’re not being the most productive when we’re half listening to someone while checking our phone, Facebook and LinkedIn all at once (also, it’s just plain r ude). To be a better listener (and get the info you need the first time), face the speaker and look him/her right in the eye, and stay present with the conversation. W ho cares if you have 12 unread emails? This person deserves your attention. 8. Cut out clutter. T o help avoid distractions, stay organized. Find a place for everything on your desk, and keep your paperwork in order so you’re not wasting time searching through piles of files (say that five times fast). This goes for your desktop too: Keep files organized and c lose extra browser windows and tabs so you can w ork with a clean screen. For an extra boost, apply some feng shui principles to your workspace. 9. Give yourself a break. C atch yourself staring at your computer? Literally, just staring at it? Probably time for a break. Studies show taking brief breaks during a task can improve focus. So walk around the block, get up and do some j umping jacks, or take five minutes to face the wall and breathe deep. 10. Read about it. Want even more tips? There are plenty of books a vailable that will help you develop strategies for a chieving better focus and deeper concentration. Check out this list to get started: http:// amzn.to/1NBQVIj I t may not be easy to quit, but science says multitasking isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Staying focused and concentrating on one task at a time is worth a shot. And who knows? We may end up getting more done — a nd feel calmer — in the long run. Waste Continued from Page 1C

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