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Luckily, we moved out not long afterwards but I'm sure this was how I got ill.
Luckily nobody was home at the time and the fire was only very small.
Heather Evans: Last year we were camping and one came down, luckily it landed on grass and was stamped out but it could have landed on a tent or awning.
A fire service spokeswoman said: "The property is occupied but luckily no-one was in there when the fire broke out.
According to the London daily Elaph, days prior to the airing of his latest music video clip on music satellite channels, the Jordanian artist Moody got into a horrific car accident yet luckily he survived from it.
Luckily, the plucky people from the Irish Coffee Council were on hand to assuage his fears.
Luckily Louis's owner saw he'd swallowed the ball and acted quickly.
Luckily Andrew only suffered a grazed arm when co-star Kerry Newell, who plays Jenny Jumble, shouted to warn him.
Luckily, Detective Nick Lupo is on the case; a respected officer with intelligence, a passion for his work, and with the intuition of an expert, holding the ability to grasp the mind of a killer.
Luckily he is apprenticed to a boatman on the Thames, falls in love with his daughter, and begins to make his way until misfortune comes.
Luckily, we have Jesus, the ultimate self-defense master.
Luckily, Jacob eventually faced his addiction and entered a drug treatment program.
Luckily, the new Men's Stock shaving products by Aubrey Organics are not only vegan and animal-cruelty free, they naturally protect against skin irritation.
Luckily, the Boston Ballet staff pushed for him to get to the U.
Luckily, our children have alert minds, kind hearts, and strong backbones, but you have truly helped in making our son and our 13-year-old daughter aware that 'different' is only relative and, more important, can be a very good thing