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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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Having seen the success of Tough Luck, Chakra and Shadows are working on independent and co-productions with the aim of producing more Arabic content for SVOD platforms.
In The Tough Luck Constitution and the Assault on Health Care Reform, Northwestern University scholar Andrew Koppelman points out that the legal arguments deployed against the mandate flowed not from constitutional text or precedent but from early, "Tough Luck Libertarian" ideas of the political philosopher Robert Nozick.
It was tough luck on Celtic,who mounted brave second-half resistance as United pressed.
He can plausibly claim that Clinton had agreed to party rules, now wants to break them, so tough luck. But the party can shift course itself and say it's okay if the two states want to spend the money to vote again.
In other words, tough luck to those pining to see him don tights for a superhero flick or making macho goo-goo eyes in a romantic comedy.
AMG were the Good Bad Boys, tough luck numbers, bus station specials, but most with a sweetness about them.
It was tough luck on United, who spurned a number of first-half chances, and Sir Alex Ferguson admitted a lack of composure in front of goal proved costly: ``We had some good chances - but we lacked that composure needed to finish it off.
You cannot choose them and therefore if you do not like them I guess it's tough luck. Despite this I can honestly say that I could not have chosen a nicer, crazier or funnier group of people if I tried to myself.
If a business owner speaks a foreign language, tough luck. The business roll often includes businesses no longer operating, but their silence nevertheless counts in favor of the BID.
"When ports are fat and happy, their attitude is 'tough luck,'" says Dominic Obrigkeit, vice president at Evergreen America, which switched its Caribbean and Central America business to Everglades in early 2002.
One is left feeling that this must be the material of the future (and tough luck for the developed West that it doesn't grow here).
But one of the consequences of market arguments is, if you lose, tough luck! That's basically what the market says to the losers.