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The reason was that the victim had visited his daughter during an "inauspicious" period.
Except, it's Friday July 13, which could prove inauspicious.
Gregor von Rezzori, the only son of a loveless marriage, entered the world at an unpropitious time1914and in an inauspicious placethe city formerly known as Czernowitz, capital of the region known as Bukovina, in the final days of the Hapsburg empire.
4 - Footwear can't be turned upside down Ancient Egyptian superstition warned that leaving shoes and flip-flops upside down would bring inauspicious events to you, as they considered this as a way of insulting God.
"At the same time, we see inauspicious, fundamentalist forces want to destroy amity and harmony in this country.
UNRACED in Ireland, made inauspicious debut when last in Nottingham Puppy Classic trial stakes but went on to reach semis of competition.
An own-goal on 17 minutes ensured a most inauspicious start for the side struggling at the foot of the table - Robbie Thompson-Brown the creator as he whipped a low free-kick into a crowded area which Hayes skipper Tom Broadbent turned into his own goal.
The club's board made the decision to axe Mills, with the Dragons sitting in 15th place in the National League after an inauspicious start to the campaign, while they are also the joint second-lowest scorers in the fifth tier.
The club board made the decision to axe Mills with the Dragons sitting in 15th place in the National League table after an inauspicious start to the campaign, while they are also the joint second lowest scorers in the fifth tier.
Moreover, he added that the court's decision "does not support partition of Gaza from the West Bank." Meanwhile, speaking to KUNA, political analyst Amr Assaf described the decision as inauspicious, saying it could deepen the rift between Gaza and the West Bank.
Bolshoi Confidential, a new book out this month, follows the Bolshoi Ballet from its inauspicious 18th-century beginnings to today.
| Britain's tennis players made an inauspicious start to their campaign as doubles pair Colin Fleming and Dom Inglot lost 6-3 6-0 to little-known Mexicans Santiago Gonzalez and Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela in just 51 minutes.