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"Liverpool have had their fair share of good fortune in big games when they have needed it.
THOUSANDS of Chinese worshippers crowded into a temple in the middle of the country on Saturday to pay homage to the God of Wealth and pray for good fortune.
According to Chua, there are also other enhancers or lucky charms which customers can choose from depending on their needs, such as a bamboo forest tree with auspicious birds for growth and prosperous business; rock salt for smooth energy and good sleep; crystals for balance; golden pig for good fortune; and, Tai Sui and Chung Kwei amulets for anti-burglary and safe travel, respectively.
Queen Elizabeth II has wished for good fortune and happiness to people of Sri Lanka as the country celebrates its independence anniversary next week.
Police in Lancashire said it was 'only by good fortune' that no one was injured in the shooting.
A COUPLE who scooped a PS115 million EuroMillions jackpot on New Year's Day have described how they plan to share their good fortune with loved ones.
Dorothy Hamilton counted health and happiness as good fortune - which could be enhanced by winning a fortune.
The following are four steps people can take to bring about good fortune for the rest of the year on this day:
"It gives me great pleasure to send Your Excellency my warmest greetings on the celebration of your National Day, together with my best wishes for the good fortune and happiness of the people of Azerbaijan in the coming year," Queen Elizabeth II said in her message.
Someone who appears to have tried to daub a Nazi swastika inEpsomhas ended up drawing a Buddhist symbol of good fortune instead.
POLICE said it was "sheer good fortune" nobody was hurt when shots were fired on a housing estate at tea-time.
"Hopefully, the New Year will bring them good fortune and good luck.