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“Went by "Stealthy," but maybe he should have been called "Unlucky," given that he takes a fatal arrow while saving Grumpy and Snow from the evil king's clutches.”
“If, during your travels, you can manage to lose that 'Un' at the beginning of your name Unlucky, 'you will then become Ojo the Lucky, which will be a great improvement. ”
“Yes," said Unc. "I never knew I was called the Unlucky," said Ojo, soberly; "but it is really a good name for me.”
“Passing by that which men call the Unlucky Way, through the right archway of the Gate of Carmenta, the Fabii went on their way till they came to the river Cremera, thinking that to be a fit place for building a fort.”
“Unlucky," she said, and for a moment there was a cold unhappiness in her face, so bleak an expression he wanted to gather her into his arms and rock her, anything to give comfort.”
“Unlucky" was correctly applied to John Quincy Adams's administration.”
“Unlucky' being still used in Suffolk, with something of Ancient Greek meaning.”
“Unlucky," said Phil, "faith and honor, my good father, I don't know what to think.”
“Unlucky' Proulx to miss Grey Cup with knee injury”
“Murad the Unlucky is my name, and ill-fate has marked me for her own. ”
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