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Of Unluckily for a Death, Dylan writes: "Here's my new poem.
com/2014/05/20/taylor-swift-lucky-13-brand-lawsuit-trademark-infringement/) TMZ had obtained, Taylor Swift is being described by Kloetzly as a singer who likes "fast cars and dangerous men who drive them inappropriately," which unluckily also speaks for the marketing target of the company.
Meanwhile, the report mentioned that Chelsea striker Fernando Torres was unluckily sent off with nine minutes left after receiving a second yellow card following an aerial challenge with Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen, even though Torres was given the main attacking role with Samuel Eto'o and Juan Mata on the bench.
But if you're a regular Strictly Come Dancing viewer, you'll know him from his appearance in the fifth series; he displayed an aptitude for the Latin dances before being unluckily booted off in week eight.
England lost skipper Charlotte Edwards and Laura Marsh, unluckily run out backing up, to be 32 for two but from there Taylor took over.
Unluckily for her, Sophie is in on the subterfuge and spills the beans to her mother.
The Valley chief watched his men unluckily lose 1-0 at neighbours Bedworth United in midweek, a defeat that followed a run of three successive draws that has left a bit of cloud hanging over Butlin Road going into the new year.
Responding to Middlesex's impressive 273 for five, Australia made a brisk start through Shane Watson and Tim Paine (10) until Paine was unluckily run out when backing-up after Tim Murtagh tipped a possible caught and bowled chance onto the non-striker's stumps.
Unluckily for motorists, an engineer has now fixed the problem - six days after it was first noticed by customers.
Rashid, whose 10 overs of legspin cost just 37 runs, was 31 not out off 23 balls with four fours, Left-arm quick Johnson, who finished with figures of three wickets for 24 runs, took three for five in 13 balls as England suffered a middle-order slump Owais Shah was keeping England on course with 40 off 48-balls until he was unluckily out hit wicket, his back foot dislodging a bail as he faced Johnson, to leave England 161 for four in the 38th over.
Ian Bell and Jim Troughton then fell unluckily and desperately unluckily respectively.
Unluckily, the people who had Simon Cowell got bad comments but we hope he was just joking