Luck

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Luck:

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Pol. Łuck, city (1989 pop. 198,000), capital of Volyn region (see Volhynia), Ukraine, a port on the Styr River. Its industries produce scientific instruments, food products, and textiles.
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, Ukraine.
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She, however, who had been stopped, breaking silence, said angrily and testily, "Get out of the way, bad luck to you, and let us pass, for we are in a hurry."
There is a sort of impression out there that you've brought them bad luck."
The gamester, who loses his party at piquet by a single point, laments his bad luck ten times as much as he who never came within a prospect of the game.
"Bad luck to your tongue!" said Princess Myakaya suddenly.
'I believe it was you, unless I have had the bad luck to mistake the person in following?'
Though he made the best of his bad luck, he did not like his quarters at all; and the worst of it was, that more and more hay was always coming down, and the space left for him became smaller and smaller.
Bad luck in recent meetings at Thruxton and Silverston have hampered the 17-yearold and now he wants to push for a podium place.
Time is definitely in the eye of the beholder, so blanket expressions - that 2019 is going to be your year or good riddance to the previous year of bad luck and that next year will be different - just don't make any sense.
Was it just 'bad luck' or plain incompetence on the part of the of National Food Authority (NFA)?
A belief based on wrong logic in supernatural influences, especially leading to thoughts of good and bad luck or a practice based on such beliefs or, something considered to as very illogical but which may make some logic to those who believe.
Do you expect seven years of bad luck if you break a mirror?