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luck

noun advantageous outcome, chance, destiny, fate, fortuity, gamble, good break, good forrune, good luck, opportunity, positive results, serendipity
Associated concepts: gaming laws, moral luck
See also: accident, contingency, opportunity, prosperity, quirk, welfare
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Demonstrating the initiative to propel up-and-coming artists, Southwest is joining forces with Luck Reunion to extend the carrier's Artist On The Rise platform, which is dedicated to supporting the careers of developing artists.
I wish I was better and 100 percent this season, but that's not the case," Luck told the team's official (http://www.
There are a whole range of problems with Frank's argument, from his understanding of the roles of luck and merit in the market to his faith that "public investment" can solve the inequality and inefficiency issues.
which enables us to easily serve customers throughout Northern Virginia and Maryland," said Nate Salatin, general manager of Luck Ecosystems.
Oh yes, do you suppose that Ken Owens out in New Zealand had borrowed for the weekend one of Geraint's nine lucky black cats (and which had been stroked for extra good luck by Sam Warburton)?
But I also chanced upon a copy of 'The Luck Factor' by Robert Wiseman, a well-known British psychology professor and author.
Lady Luck does not determine that because you got some help in one game you won't in the next and so on.
Donna Bateson: "Well done Lewis and good luck for the future.
Eirlys O'Neill Good Luck Wrexham James Davies Good luck Wrexham bring Cup back to Wales.
Nick Luck has won so many gongs, he's the AP McCoy of racing broadcasters.
Herein you have an appeal that there is nothing like luck that can bestow on you whatever you want; it is all your doing/action that matters.