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- adj. lucky
- adj. unstable, prone to rapid and unpredictable changes
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- adj. subject to accident or chance or change
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Wind power can be flukey, which is why I prefer the idea of tidal power.
NHL. com's Dan Rosen called a flukey short-handed goal by Riley Holzapfel and a power-play goal by Spencer Machacek.
"Wow, he put the jet-burners on," Dagg said when asked about Muliaina's try, while humbly describing his own solo effort as "flukey".
Sandi Thom talks to Dave Owens about her "flukey" life
I do admit a wild card in this pep talk and how Sizemore is perceived are the kind of flukey first impressions it takes people years to get over.
A flukey win in the first world T20 and it all changed so that what we see now is the IPL, a huge generator of income for the BCCI.Now that India have lost their top ranking in Test cricket, is there an imperative to regain it, or will the initiative just move elsewhere?
I just want to say I really love the flukey narrative created by the eight quotes.
As I wrote on that extraordinary day back in 2001: "You felt that flukey thrill of being in exactly the right place at the right time."
Meanwhile, his flukey team happened to have Warner at QB, which means that we may very well have a flukey team in the Cardinals this year, which would be 16,000 kinds of awesome, particularly since no quarterback has won a more a second Superbowl while playing on a different team than he won the first Superbowl with. max
Despite a flukey 1993 pennant, the team lost 823 games during the 1990s while winning only 732.
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