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'So much for the luck of the Irish!'
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Black cat avoids walking under a ladder to avoid bad luck.
Luck of the IRS.
'Rabbit's feet are supposed to be lucky.'
Bob Smith: Asking For It
'Wow! What luck... we've won the lottery.'
'Fortunately, right here I was able to find a scapegoat.'
"Hey! A horsehoe!...Looks like today's my lucky day!"
'Promise me, if we don't land this account, you'll burn your lucky suit.'
'Try it. You might have beginner's luck.'
'Struck by lightning, twice.'
'Luck just doesn't cut it anymore. Today it has to be 'uncanny' luck.'
'This good fortune is a result of exceptionally good judgement and management, or plain old good luck.'
The final section of the U.S. Naval Academy exam.
'You're lucky, Bob. We'll check in with your agent as a precaution, but I think it's just a bruised ego.'
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'All right you're on... Don't break a leg.'
'Berkwin, I'm feeling lucky. Let's call someone's bluff.'
Irish people try anything to supplement their income.
90 of success is being in the right funds at the right time.
'How was your luck, dear?'
'Don't push your luck. I've agreed with you once already this week.'
A windfall pear falling straight into a bag of windfall pears.
Wishing well out of order - Try wishing upon a star.
'Lucky? - That's an unusual name for a little brother!'