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  • proper n. In a mythological personification, luck and fortune symbolized as a blindfolded young lady, similar to Lady Justice.


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  • Besides, Lady Luck doesn’t seem to have joined me tonight.


  • Even though he had paid six months’ rent at Kim Carl’s place, he decided to book a suite at the Lady Luck so he would have easy access to the tables.

    One of a Kind

  • We threw a girls-night dinner in LA at Indochine, where the guests included a bunch of young actresses getting started in their careers, so we customized the table with a Lady Luck theme.

    The Swell Dressed Party

  • Fisher’s pair of queens was drawing slim to the kings, but Lady Luck seemed to be against Bobby Baldwin on this day, and an unlucky lady on the river sent him packing in seventh place.

    One of a Kind


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