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fortunate

(Accomplished), adjective booming, doing quite well, flourishing, fortuitous, halcyon, happy, moneyed, of adequate means, on top of the world, successful, thriving, triumphant, wealthy, well-off

fortunate

(Opportune), adjective advantageous, encouraging, favorable, fortuitous, hopeful, just in time, lucky, of promise, optimistic, perfect timing, prevailing, promising, propitious, providential, timely, triumphant, well-timed, winning
See also: auspicious, favorable, felicitous, propitious, prosperous, successful
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Fortunato previously served as president, chief executive officer and board chairman of GNC Holdings Inc (NYSE:GNC) from 2005 through 2014.
The companies did not comply with the request, Fortunato noted, saying they were unable to obtain the approval of regulators in New York and California to make such a deposit.
I thought it was an excellent year for them," Fortunato said, adding that there's still a ways to go for Under Armour.
She then provides substantive details on the political, musical, and historical conditions under which Fortunato was written during the 1950s.
Fortunato and co-authors find that average waiting times are continuing to increase exponentially.
Chef Fortunato, 46, arrived in Bahrain 12 months ago and brought with him more than 23 years of culinary experience.
For press inquiries with Menina Fortunato, please contact Persona PR at 310-358-3090 or contact@persona-pr.
Hector Cerezo contacto a don Fortunato por medio de un correo electronico y lo invito a una reunion de los integrantes de su comite, en el cual participan sus propios familiares, asi como personas que fueron secuestradas o estuvieron desaparecidas temporalmente durante el sexenio de Felipe Calderon.
Segun Gamberro & Fortunato (2001) cerca de 150 especies crecen en las regiones neotropicales y subneotropicales.
Enzo Fortunato, a friar with the order, said that in medieval times it was commonly believed that at death two figures go into action -- an angel to accompany the just into heaven and a devil to bring the damned into the depths of hell.
The professional affiliation of authors Graziela Fortunato and Arilton Teixeira of the article "The interaction of advertising expenses with business cycles and firm value: an empirical analysis with US companies", published in volume 8, no.