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  • proper noun A surname.


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  • The photo shows a wee mausoleum bearing the name "Captain Fluke."

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  • I'm about to finish the novel entitled "Fluke" by Christopher Moore.

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  • We are told that the witness 'Fluke', made the most of the advantages of his situation, whilst it lasted, and tyrannized over his employers unmercifully.

    English Laws for Women in the Nineteenth Century

  • It was not for many years after that he appeared as Sir Alured Mogyns Smyth de Mogyns, with a genealogy found out for him by the Editor of 'Fluke's Peerage,' and which appears as follows in that work: -- 'De Mogyns.

    The Book of Snobs

  • "Fluke" Holland, Cash's drummer over four decades, who shared the stage with Barker in Las Vegas and Laughlin, Nev., for a handful of performances. - Home Page

  • Bryan then goes off about the plot and he basically gives the plot of the mid 90s film "Fluke" with a little "Jack frost" added in, which is incredibly ironic considering Adam and T's goof on the last title.

    The Official Adam Carolla Show Blog

  • To drdoug99 re: password - "Fluke" was the password for a person who caught Evan.


  • "Fluke" and the model number are printed on the front of the unit and the serial number on the back.

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  • The highlight of the show for me was when they broke out the upbeat song "Fluke" from their

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  • Correlation Between Euro's Strength Against Greenback And the Cost of a Barrel Has Risen, but Is It a 'Fluke'?.

    Go Figure: Price of Oil and the Dollar


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