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“Sarah clicked her tongue and said it is a bad-luck number.”
“The six-minute “Partly Cloudy” cartoon that ran with the movie in theaters, about a bad-luck stork and his cloud dispatcher.”
“They have overcome bad-luck injuries, a hostile crowd and peculiar officiating and pushed last year's Eastern Conference champions to the brinky brink of brinkiness.”
“Fox's menu of animated comedies takes a blow to the gut with this rancid new toon about a sad-sack family operating a bad-luck fast-food joint.”
“You don't want to read too much into one bad-luck charm finally seeing a win, but it did seem emblematic, the way the team fought back from near-catastrophe and left to cheers.”
“As for the "bad-luck incident" with the brakes, I'm not sure what caused the brake binder assemblies to fail.”
“Such was the case at yesterday's Tour of Flanders, which Fabian Cancellara managed to win despite a bike change necessitated by a "bad-luck incident with a couple of brake binder assemblies:”
“Washington Post: Spitzer a bad-luck charm for Hi ...”
“Throughout it all, he turns the tide and flips his bad-luck into the American Dream.”
“Changing ships at Greytown after a twelve-mile horse and wagon journey across the isthmus aboard “the hellfiredest sorebacks in the world,” Twain and the others boarded the San Francisco, a bad-luck steamer that already had broken down several times on her way to Central America and that would, in short order, turn into a literal plague ship.”
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