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Will tomorrow's Turkey beat the ill luck of the past or continue dealing with meaningless issues that kill its power?
Following his death, it was acquired by the National Tram Museum and a group was set up in 1963 to restore it, but its ill luck struck again when the building in which it was stored was torched.
THE run of ill luck for the Barrie Draper kennel went on at Sheffield on Tuesday when his two Steel City Cup finalists, Kowloon Conner and Glenpadden Bolt, were both in the wars less than a week after Farloe Barracuda suffered a hock injury having won a Scurry semi at Belle Vue, writes Jonathan Kay.
This tradition, called aACAyChahar Shanbeh Soori,' he said, signifies that all bad things and ill luck will go away and that the New Year is welcomed with good luck.
Edwards bemoaned ill luck at Nottingham Forest last weekend.
Apart from N'Daw's ill luck, the Tractor Boys c ae close again in the opening half hour, when an under-hit back-header from Mark Hudson saw David McGoldrick rush into get his foot to the ball before Marshall, only to prod the ball wide
Hamilton, who had reigned supreme throughout the weekend, was left to reflect on more ill luck in his bid to give McLaren a result to savour before his move to Mercedes next season.
those deprived (through ill luck of desire, inadvertence, or lack of
By sweeping off the dust, one is sweeping off ill luck to make way for good luck to enter the house," Lucy said.
However, Megson bemoaned his second-placed side's ill luck with the late equaliser and added: "If you know what you are doing you can defend for an hour like that.
With Summers suffering such ill luck and Havelock struggling to impose himself until grabbing a win in his final ride, it was important for the Swede to shine, and he did.
Kuala Lumpur, Dec 17 (ANI): A conman apparently cheated 70 Facebook friends into having sex with him to ward off his ill luck.
The calamity-hit people are still waiting for relief goods for what even local administration has done little, he lamented adding as ill luck would have it, many marooned in interior part of Balochistan by the flood have not been approached yet.
A handful of vintage black-and-white photographs pepper this unforgettably compelling account of grisly mishaps, dark twists of fate, and ill luck of the worst kind.
A woman rued her ill luck as I beat her to the last available copy of Seth's collection of poetry, All You Who Sleep Tonight.