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  • "You make your own luck in the game and the one percent of times we're clocking off and we're playing sides that are good enough to sting us and it happened again today," Luck said.

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  • "You make your own luck in the game and the one percent of times we're clocking off and we're playing sides that are good enough to sting us and it happened again today," Luck said.

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  • Windows of a contrary Party; and a cleanly Landlord must have, forsooth, his Rooms new painted and white-wash'd every now and then, without regarding in the least the Wit and Learning he is obliterating, or the worthy Authors, any more than when he shall have their Company: But I may venture to say, That good Things are not always respected as they ought to be: The People of the World will sometimes overlook a Jewel, to avoid a T-- d, though the Proverb says, _Sh - tt - n Luck is good Luck_.

    The Merry-Thought: or the Glass-Window and Bog-House Miscellany. Part 1

  • Hence the title Luck by design, which in itself is an oxymoron…much like life isn't it?

    Luck - By Design ?

  • Shortly after my return home his cousin "Luck" paid her first visit to us; she was one whose friendship I tenderly valued, and enjoyed till her death.

    Autobiography and Other Memorials of Mrs. Gilbert, Formerly Ann Taylor

  • Luck is still when preparation meets opportunity, so you have to be somewhat familiar with these things you sample.

    Wisdom from Ben Casnocha, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Lifehacker copy consigliere Dustin Luck mentions yet another reason to hit up your search preferences from time to time.

    Top 10 Google Settings You Should Know About | Lifehacker Australia

  • I'm sure you've heard of the saying, "Luck is when preparation meets opportunity."

    Natasha Dern: Finding Success: Are You Doing What You Love?

  • Luck is expected to be a first-round draft pick, and he is the focal point of the offense heading into spring football.

    Stanford - Team Notes

  • -- QB Andrew Luck is completely healed from the broken right index finger he sustained in the final regular-season game that kept him out of the Sun Bowl.

    Stanford - Team Notes

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