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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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Her proud mom put her poems into small photocopied books, and one luckily found its way to HarperSanFrancisco Publishers.
The tapestry of themes sometimes frays, but luckily, Knight holds the play together.
Luckily, only a few of the new fil- ters were in use and the filter manufacturer corrected the problem readily.
But it's significant that the period covered by this show was the one in which de Kooning definitively abandoned the practice of tilting his paintings, not, luckily, before inventing the astonishing one-line poem Screams of Children Come from Seagulls, 1975.
The latter grew to be the largest of their kind almost entirely by chance - for each, the original seed happened to sprout in fertile ground, and conditions throughout the tree's life just luckily were ideal.
Luckily, LOVING my new rose gold metallic court shoes from Topshop - not too high for daytime and go with everything (pounds 58, www.
Luckily, Georgia learns to speak her mind, even if it's in her own unique and wildly funny argot.
Luckily, devotees of both Barone's and Matterhorn Chef, the almost-10-year-old Swiss restaurant at 13726 Oxnard St.
Luckily it missed the house itself, the home of pensioners Fred and Rose Carey.
But, luckily, you don't have to worry about outraging your hair while being outrageous: Each shade is ammonia and peroxide free, and the color fades gradually with every shampoo.
Luckily the boys were able to get out, un-cut, and continued their vacation unmolested.
Luckily for me, the small operation that followed showed my "something" was benign.