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Ox and Ox


 

Good but a dull match.

A double dose of security, reliability. This is easy the hardest working pair in the Chinese zodiac. This pair takes few risks and may lead to self indulgent. So wake up, have some fun and listen to advice of others.

 


 

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Ox and Tiger


 

Lots of tension and lots of hardwork to make the relationship work.

Ox is slow and hardworking while the tiger is fun and and flighty. Ox is sees this behaviour as unacceptable. However with the determination of the ox and the courage of the tiger, this match is good.

For success, both parties have to give each other freedom and space. It takes a lot of effort and patience for this relationship to work but it can.

 


 

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Ox and Dragon


 

There is a good deal of tension and need considerable compromise.

Dragon is ambitious, an idealist and pioneering spirit while the ox is slow, stubborn and conservative. This is a clash of two values and for the relationship to work, they may feel the need to change their surroundings often.

 


 

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Ox and Rabbit


 

A matching couple.

The relationship is harmonious. Ox is stable and industrious while rabbit is peace loving. Can get on well together and any differences can easily be sorted out.

The Ox learns to appreciate the fine taste of the rabbit. Together both will be able to set up a peaceful home.

 


 

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Ox and Snake


 

A mutual relationship.

This is a fairly balanced match. Ox is stable and industrious while snake is ambitious and intelligent.

Combined this makes an excellent pair. There will be a lifetime of love and commitment.