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Very unlucky on a recent visit to York where he got no run at all, PINTRADA returned to the Knavesmire and ran well considering he was held up in last off a modest gallop.
I thought we did, we were unlucky, we were a bit gutted because we wanted to get the win to go to fifth.
In the early 1990s, a team of medical researchers at the Mid Downs Health Authority, West Sussex, set out to prove whether people really believe that Friday 13th is unlucky - and whether they are more prone to misfortune on that day, the Telegraph reported.
Blues gaffer Keith Knox said: "We were unlucky not to get a draw.
AN unlucky break for Brian Carney will earn 21year-old Chris Riley a spot in Warrington's Carnegie Challenge Cup semi-final side.
AN unlucky break for Brian Carney will earn 21-year-old Chris Riley a spot in Warrington's Carnegie Challenge Cup semi-final side.
Sion Edwards replied for Bangor with a sweet 90th-minute volley and Bangor boss Neville Powell felt his side were unlucky to lose.
In Japan, the numbers 4 and 9 are considered unlucky.
In some quarters I've heard this described as unlucky.
In the second half I thought we were very unlucky and deserved the three points from that performance, although maybe after the first half a draw was fair.
In it, Prof Wiseman explores the minds of lucky and unlucky people and concludes that there are several principles involved with turning bad luck into good, a topic close to the hearts of any poker player who has ever experienced a bad beat.
FRIDAY the 13th appears not to be as unlucky as people may believe, with accidents in the home actually decreasing on that day.