unlucky


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"That is one reason you are Ojo the Unlucky," said the woman, in a sympathetic tone.
The natives, adopting a system of denials and evasions, refused to take them to the unlucky place.
Bennet should only hear of the departure of the family, without being alarmed on the score of the gentleman's conduct; but even this partial communication gave her a great deal of concern, and she bewailed it as exceedingly unlucky that the ladies should happen to go away just as they were all getting so intimate together.
TOWN central midfielder Juninho Bacuna believes the team were unlucky not to score against Everton.
Myriam captioned the picture " I am so unlucky that even if I commit suicide I will shoot my nose or arm instead of my head...
Shaddick went close AFTERTAYLOR set him up then Statter was unlucky after good play by Mitchell.
Players and pundits have argued, Amir's overall capacity as a bowler, with some praising the fast bowler for his maturity, while others have called him 'unlucky' saying that Amir has lost his fast bowler flair.
Many believe that the date 13 is unlucky but there is no hard evidence about this. "No data exists and will never exist to confirm that the number 13 is an unlucky number," Igor Radun, of Finland's Human Factors and Safety Behavior Group, told (https://www.livescience.com/17900-statistically-speaking-friday-13th-unlucky.html) LiveScience  in 2012.
Such was the fate of Singaporean filmmaker Ken Kwek's Unlucky Plaza, which featured Filipino actor Epy Quizon and was distributed locally by Viva Films.
THE number of people getting married fell in 2013 as some couples postponed their nuptials fearing the unlucky number 13.
LIAM MARTIN claims Sligo Rovers have been unlucky and insists good fortune will come their way.
2 MANUEL PELLEGRINI saw his side escape an embarrassing defeat but then claimed: We were unlucky.