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  • Anyway, I was lucky it was a low cliff and that Yancey found me before a bear did.

  • There were only three bedrooms, and because she had to get up the earliest, she was the lucky one to have a room of her own - with the exception of Brandon, of course.

  • If that's all they give you, count yourself lucky.

  • The way things are going now, I'm lucky to save ten dollars a week.

  • I know the work is hard and the weather is forbidding at times, but do you know how lucky you are?

  • "Besides," Quinn interrupted, "If I tried to set Howie that far back we'd be lucky to get within twenty miles of New Bedford and a couple of days of the killing.

  • "Maybe we'll get lucky," Brennan said, but none of us believed it.

  • It is hard work but we might get lucky.

  • I'm sorry your guy missed him but maybe it was his lucky day.

  • We got lucky and pulled a single finger print from the rest room door.

  • Jule wasn't lucky enough for the creature on the main floor not to hear.

  • In the morning, her father really would kill him, and she'd be lucky to escape with another beating.

  • "I'm not lucky enough to die," he said with a faint smile.

  • She'll be lucky if I let her survive the day.

  • What do you do at age thirty, or, if you're lucky, forty?

  • "It's the Lucky Pup mine!" he announced.

  • The Lucky Pup is one of a dozen or so digs scattered around his property up in Governor's Basin.

  • One of the ladies who worked at the courthouse made an offhand comment about the popular Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Mr. Dean here, part time detective and sheriff candidate, tracked down a hot lead on some bones—maybe a long dead villain—up at The Lucky Pup mine.

  • I own The Lucky Pup mine.

  • I don't give a damn about a bunch of bones, but where do you get off saying The Lucky Pup Mine is yours?

  • How did you know about the Lucky Pup?

  • If you want the parcel with the Lucky Pup on it, there's a damn good reason—something I don't know about.

  • It sounds like the Lucky Pup Mine is at the bottom of the whole business.

  • "I think we should see The Lucky Pup Mine for ourselves," Cynthia said.

  • "I suppose this means it's inappropriate to fill Fred in on what happened at the Lucky Pup," Cynthia mused as they climbed the steps to Bird Song.

  • He was dying to know what happened up at the Lucky Pup.

  • What's so valuable about the Lucky Pup Mine?

  • After a nod of her head, Paulette's hand shot up and the auctioneer all but cheered as he looked about for another sucker, his voice sounding like an old Lucky Strike commercial.

  • Sorry about getting hot up at the Lucky Pup.

  • And I won't put up with any trouble at The Lucky Pup!

  • In the eyes of the Deans, it was looking more and more as if person or persons unknown did in fact take the original bones and switch them for the theatrical imitations Fitzgerald dragged out of The Lucky Pup mine.

  • A little girl—a sort-of ward of ours—had an interest in the Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Do you mean The Lucky Pup?

  • It was a mine portal, smaller than the main entrance to the Lucky Pup.

  • It's just a back entrance to the Lucky Pup.

  • The Lucky Pup has apparently been sealed up for the last forty years until someone—kids, we think—broke into the mine this spring.

  • He'd reached to the main Jeep road from the faint trail to the Lucky Pup when a sound broke the stillness of dusk.

  • Just consider you got lucky tonight.

  • All I could think of was Randy and how lucky we are that he's got his act together in spite of this business with Jen—how much better off he is than Billy— and Jen than Melissa.

  • "The liquor bottle outside the Lucky Pup mine was a pint of vodka, too," Cynthia said.

  • He may have worked up at The Lucky Pup Mine.

  • But no one's worked the Lucky Pup in decades.

  • "Do you know who bought the Lucky Pup?" he finally asked.

  • Does this Dawkins fella still own the Lucky Pup?

  • Dawkins, Sr. had never hired another mine manager after Josh and never so much as mentioned the Lucky Pup after that time—to his sons or his wife.

  • Either one of them might have stolen the bony digit from Cynthia's jewelry case and fired a gun at the Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Certainly he has no ties to Josh Mulligan of forty years ago, or the Dawkins, or the Lucky Pup mine.

  • Both Dawkins brothers were being offered excessive prices for the Lucky Pup land, from some supposedly unknown and secret purchaser.

  • He rose and began pacing the room as Dean stopped by and proceeded to bend Dean's ear how this was the day he and Paulette were to receive a firm offer on the Lucky Pup property.

  • But there was the little problem of the pack of cigarettes Martha clearly described as being with the bones in the Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Josh Mulligan was Paul's mine manager at the Lucky Pup.

  • I don't know whose bones were in the Lucky Pup Mine, but Josh Mulligan died in 1987 of cirrhosis of the liver from drinking too much.

  • If in fact those reports were all lies, he may have never even entered the Lucky Pup.

  • There's a chance the offer for the mine was completely innocent—simply someone who was legitimately interested in The Lucky Pup and then changed his mind.

  • After much discussion, they agreed on the wording: I understand you have an interest in the Lucky Pup mine in Ouray County, Colorado and may be anxious about what was found therein.

  • "Lucky Strike Greens," he said.

  • "Want to see what a Lucky Strike Green Flat Fifty tin looks like?" he asked.

  • There's only a half dozen Lucky Strikes.

  • It was as Martha described—green, with the familiar Lucky Strike label in red at the center.

  • The Lucky Strike tin is a common one, but some containers sell for a whole lot more than that.

  • Look and see who's selling the other ones—the other Lucky Strike tins!

  • It would end where it began—at the Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Dean's heart began to race as he caught sight of Cynthia and Martha at the edge of the rocks near the edge of the path leading to the entrance of the Lucky Pup.

  • So you tried to buy The Lucky Pup so you could cover up the whole business once and for all.

  • No one worked the Lucky Pup in those days.

  • Fred O'Connor seemed a tad put out that he'd been absent from the final confrontation in the Lucky Pup Mine until Dean reminded him that without his Internet connection and library research, Martha's bones would still be without identity.

  • It took many days of mountain sunshine and the comforting routine of the bed and breakfast to blur the trauma of the Lucky Pup shooting.

  • When told of the happenings at her mine, she said she would consider changing its name—it hadn't been "lucky" for anyone.

  • I'm lucky Zamon and Darkyn both followed through.

  • What he couldn't quite rationalize: what he would've done if she hadn't gotten lucky and Darkyn didn't want his mate.

  • She was lucky to walk.

  • If anything, she felt lucky to have a doctor who saw her as more than a case.

  • Jared scrambled out of the way, but Logan wasn't so lucky.

  • "I guess we're both lucky I'll be dead soon," she returned.

  • She'd be lucky to walk again soon, and without medical supplies…with her luck lately, she wouldn't die from infection, just suffer for the rest of her life.

  • You are one lucky woman to go to bed with that one.

  • "You're lucky you don't have to defend Death against anything," Rhyn grunted.

  • You're lucky all he did to your mate was take her blood.

  • You.re lucky this is all I ask.

  • I respected Andre, but now that he.s gone, you.re lucky I agreed to come at all.

  • You.re a lucky man.

  • Which lucky lady was on the phone?

  • Isn't this my lucky day!

  • How did he get so lucky?

  • I suppose if she has a chance to get lucky, she should jump on him, so to speak.

  • "Sounds like Gladys didn't get lucky," Dean mumbled.

  • Lucky me, another creature of nobility.

  • Actually, Skippy, I'm quite a mellow alcoholic, not raging at all, lucky for you.

  • Lucky for them, Jackson's cell rang.

  • Elisabeth sighed, "Jackson behaved very irresponsibly and he is lucky to be sitting here today."

  • My daughter is a lucky woman.

  • I might get lucky.

  • Katie has no idea how lucky she was to have you to look after her back then, does she?

  • I was lucky enough to get an early flight.

  • Lucky thing for us - we have plenty of both.

  • You're lucky it's not infected.

  • The way things were going lately, he'd be lucky to make it there and back at all.

  • "Are you that good of a shot or were you lucky?" she asked.

  • You're lucky if you fell out of the sky into the river and lived to tell it.

  • I don't feel lucky.

  • "But I won't," Death added.  "You have a lot to learn, Toby, but you've done the best you can.  It wouldn't have been enough, if there weren't other issues, but you got lucky.  Sometimes, that's half of what Fate is."

  • A moment in the sun for a lucky few prior to a life of obscu­rity in the Parksides of the world.

  • Lucky you, getting on the bad guy's list.

  • Now that he's aware someone is looking, we'll be lucky to get a sniff of where he is.

  • "You're one lucky son-of-a-bitch," someone said.

  • Just lucky and it's a small town.

  • Maybe your parents just got lucky.

  • They did get lucky.

  • Not including the man Damian called Watcher, the man called Jule was the only one of the group older than her, and he'd be lucky to survive the day.

  • He wasn't sure a creature that lived more than one life was lucky.

  • He was lucky he hadn't been killed after telling them off.

  • He wasn't lucky enough to get killed.

  • She'd be lucky to get any sleep with the vamps hovering over her and before facing one god no longer under her influence and another with a wild streak that might get them all killed.

  • She was lucky to be in one piece after all he'd learned.

  • He was a lucky man – but not because he had a wife who wanted him to be in control, as Katie believed.

  • You were lucky and there was no torn tissue or fractures.

  • You're lucky she didn't file charges.

  • I know I'm lucky to have someone so concerned about me, but I guess I don't act very grateful sometimes.

  • Ashley was lucky you were there.

  • You're lucky he let you live.

  • "Lucky for her," Jule said, shaking his head.

  • Men, not so lucky.

  • Less lucky than his uncle, Conradin escaped with his life, to die upon a scaffold at Naples.

  • He is lucky if he can throw new light on a few old propositions.

  • It is then, if lucky, eaten by some crustacean, or insect, more rarely by a fish.

  • Aided by lucky changes of wind, he reached Cadiz, was joined by 1 French and 6 Spanish ships under Admiral Gravina, which, added to the 1 r he had with him, gave him a force of 18 sail.

  • He was full of literary projects, and immediately after his return he is said to have increased his fortune immensely by a lucky lottery speculation.

  • He had, however, before this, taken up arms in Monmouth's expedition, and is supposed to have owed his lucky escape from the clutches of the king's troops and the law, to his being a Londoner, and therefore a stranger in the west country.

  • A second battle, fought in the Dardanelles (July 17-19), ended by a lucky shot blowing up the Venetian flag-ship; the losses of the Ottoman fleet were repaired, and in the middle of August Kuprili appeared off Tenedos, which was captured on the 31st and reincorporated permanently in the Turkish empire.

  • In the Brahmana period they were distinguished as " deva " and " yama," the fourteen lucky asterisms being probably associated with the waxing, the fourteen unlucky with the waning moon.'

  • she was not so lucky.

  • Two comedies drawn from medieval subjects, Gillets hemlighet (" The Secret of the Guild," 1880) and herr Bengt's Hustru (" Bengt's Wife," 1882), were followed by the legendary drama of Lycko Pers resa (" The Journal of Lucky Peter "), written in 1882 and produced with great success on the stage a year later.

  • On his voyage from this Vineland to Greenland, Leif rescued some shipwrecked men, and from this, and his discoveries, gained his name of "The Lucky" (hinn heppni).

  • Not a winter passes without its appearing in some numbers, when its uncommon aspect, its large size, and beautifully pencilled plumage cause it to be regarded as a great prize by the lucky gun-bearer to whom it falls a victim.

  • A papyrus in London contains a calendar of lucky and unlucky days.

  • He was lucky enough at once to find a post as principal of the educational institution established in his château at Marschlins by the Swiss statesman Ulysses von Salis (1728-1800).

  • In 1890 a semblance of the penalty was still maintained: the offender being allowed to escape from a burning hut through a crowd of snake-worshippers armed with clubs; if discreet in his bribes, and lucky, he might reach running water and could purify himself there.

  • She triumphed in the end, it is true, but it was a triumph due entirely to a lucky accident - the possession, during the crisis, of the greatest statesman and the greatest captain of the age.

  • Four of the latter are poetical accounts of the reigns of the emperors of Delhi, Ala-uddin Khilji (1296-1316), his predecessor Feroz Shah and his successor J~utb-uddin MubArek Shahthe Miftah-ulfutuh, or Key of Victories, the Kirnussadain, or The Conjunction of the Two Lucky Planets, the Nub Sipi/ir, or Nine Spheres, and the love-story of Khjdrkhn if Duwalrnf.

  • He succeeded in escaping and was ultimately lucky enough to enter the service of Theophilitzes, a relative of the Caesar Bardas (uncle of Michael III.), as groom.

  • Strong claims have also been made on behalf of a fine profile portrait resembling Beatrice d'Este in the Ambrosiana; but this the best judges are agreed in regarding as a work, done in a lucky hour, of Ambrogio de Predis.

  • They were not so contemptible at the time, because England and Ireland were full of adventurers who were ready to back any cause, and who looked on the king of the moment as no more than a successful member of their own classa base-born Welshman who had been lucky enough to become the figurehead of the movement that had overturned an unpopular usurper.

  • He was lucky too in having no adversary of genius of the type of Owen Glendower.

  • As the augur looked south he had the east, the lucky quarter, on his left, and therefore signs on the left side were considered favourable, those on the right unfavourable.

  • Together with this idolatry there is also a firm belief in the power of witchcraft and sorcery, in divination, in lucky and unlucky days and times, in ancestor worship, especially that of the sovereign's predecessors, and in several curious ordeals for the detection of crime.

  • Craft and wiliness are the qualities most generally attributed to her, coupled with the cynical praise that "in temporal matters she was very lucky."

  • Richelieu came into power at a lucky moment.

  • Astrological considerations likewise already regulated in ancient Babylonia the distinction of lucky and unlucky days, which passing down to the Greeks and Romans (dies fasti and nefasti) found a striking expression in Hesiod's Works and Days.

  • Among the Arabs similar associations of lucky and unlucky days directly connected with the influence of the planets prevailed through all times, Tuesday and Wednesday, for instance, being regarded as the days for blood-letting, because Tuesday was connected with lIars, the lord of war and blood, and Wednesday with Mercury, the planet of humours.

  • He early ran away from home to avoid being set to his father's trade, and at Heidelberg was lucky enough to find a generous patron in Johann von Dalberg and a teacher in Agricola.

  • Anyway, I was lucky it was a low cliff and that Yancey found me before a bear did.

  • There were only three bedrooms, and because she had to get up the earliest, she was the lucky one to have a room of her own - with the exception of Brandon, of course.

  • If that's all they give you, count yourself lucky.

  • The way things are going now, I'm lucky to save ten dollars a week.

  • I know the work is hard and the weather is forbidding at times, but do you know how lucky you are?

  • "Besides," Quinn interrupted, "If I tried to set Howie that far back we'd be lucky to get within twenty miles of New Bedford and a couple of days of the killing.

  • "Maybe we'll get lucky," Brennan said, but none of us believed it.

  • It is hard work but we might get lucky.

  • I'm sorry your guy missed him but maybe it was his lucky day.

  • We got lucky and pulled a single finger print from the rest room door.

  • Jule wasn't lucky enough for the creature on the main floor not to hear.

  • "Fuck me, I'm not lucky enough to die!" he said.

  • In the morning, her father really would kill him, and she'd be lucky to escape with another beating.

  • "I'm not lucky enough to die," he said with a faint smile.

  • She'll be lucky if I let her survive the day.

  • What do you do at age thirty, or, if you're lucky, forty?

  • "It's the Lucky Pup mine!" he announced.

  • The Lucky Pup is one of a dozen or so digs scattered around his property up in Governor's Basin.

  • One of the ladies who worked at the courthouse made an offhand comment about the popular Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Mr. Dean here, part time detective and sheriff candidate, tracked down a hot lead on some bones—maybe a long dead villain—up at The Lucky Pup mine.

  • I own The Lucky Pup mine.

  • I don't give a damn about a bunch of bones, but where do you get off saying The Lucky Pup Mine is yours?

  • How did you know about the Lucky Pup?

  • If you want the parcel with the Lucky Pup on it, there's a damn good reason—something I don't know about.

  • It sounds like the Lucky Pup Mine is at the bottom of the whole business.

  • "I think we should see The Lucky Pup Mine for ourselves," Cynthia said.

  • The view was spectacular but neither could appreciate it next to the yawning opening of the Lucky Pup mine.

  • "I suppose this means it's inappropriate to fill Fred in on what happened at the Lucky Pup," Cynthia mused as they climbed the steps to Bird Song.

  • He was dying to know what happened up at the Lucky Pup.

  • What's so valuable about the Lucky Pup Mine?

  • He could call the Cañon City prison and speak with another answering machine, or if he was lucky, another tired bureaucrat with no answers.

  • After a nod of her head, Paulette's hand shot up and the auctioneer all but cheered as he looked about for another sucker, his voice sounding like an old Lucky Strike commercial.

  • Sorry about getting hot up at the Lucky Pup.

  • And I won't put up with any trouble at The Lucky Pup!

  • In the eyes of the Deans, it was looking more and more as if person or persons unknown did in fact take the original bones and switch them for the theatrical imitations Fitzgerald dragged out of The Lucky Pup mine.

  • "If I could establish some connection to Paul Dawkins, Sr.," Fred said, "or The Lucky Pup, I'd have something."

  • A little girl—a sort-of ward of ours—had an interest in the Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Right. Now someone seems to be trying to discourage us from finding the identity of the bones, who caused them to become bones, and how they happened to get in the Lucky Pup mine.

  • Do you mean The Lucky Pup?

  • It was a mine portal, smaller than the main entrance to the Lucky Pup.

  • It's just a back entrance to the Lucky Pup.

  • The Lucky Pup has apparently been sealed up for the last forty years until someone—kids, we think—broke into the mine this spring.

  • Dean also refrained from telling Fred they'd met Dickinson Faust at the Lucky Pup, most likely with Ginger Dawkins.

  • He'd reached to the main Jeep road from the faint trail to the Lucky Pup when a sound broke the stillness of dusk.

  • Just consider you got lucky tonight.

  • All I could think of was Randy and how lucky we are that he's got his act together in spite of this business with Jen—how much better off he is than Billy— and Jen than Melissa.

  • "The liquor bottle outside the Lucky Pup mine was a pint of vodka, too," Cynthia said.

  • He may have worked up at The Lucky Pup Mine.

  • But no one's worked the Lucky Pup in decades.

  • "Do you know who bought the Lucky Pup?" he finally asked.

  • Does this Dawkins fella still own the Lucky Pup?

  • Dawkins, Sr. had never hired another mine manager after Josh and never so much as mentioned the Lucky Pup after that time—to his sons or his wife.

  • While that conjecture made a nice pat story, it didn't answer who was now so concerned with forty-year-old happenings to switch the skeleton, steal a finger bone, offer a substantial price for a virtually worthless mine, and perhaps take a shot at visitors to the Lucky Pup.

  • Either one of them might have stolen the bony digit from Cynthia's jewelry case and fired a gun at the Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Certainly he has no ties to Josh Mulligan of forty years ago, or the Dawkins, or the Lucky Pup mine.

  • Both Dawkins brothers were being offered excessive prices for the Lucky Pup land, from some supposedly unknown and secret purchaser.

  • He rose and began pacing the room as Dean stopped by and proceeded to bend Dean's ear how this was the day he and Paulette were to receive a firm offer on the Lucky Pup property.

  • But there was the little problem of the pack of cigarettes Martha clearly described as being with the bones in the Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Josh Mulligan was Paul's mine manager at the Lucky Pup.

  • I don't know whose bones were in the Lucky Pup Mine, but Josh Mulligan died in 1987 of cirrhosis of the liver from drinking too much.

  • If in fact those reports were all lies, he may have never even entered the Lucky Pup.

  • Cynthia resurrected the question of "metalman29," the e-mail presumably from a gold or silver dealer who'd indicated an interest in the Lucky Pup mine.

  • There's a chance the offer for the mine was completely innocent—simply someone who was legitimately interested in The Lucky Pup and then changed his mind.

  • After much discussion, they agreed on the wording: I understand you have an interest in the Lucky Pup mine in Ouray County, Colorado and may be anxious about what was found therein.

  • "Lucky Strike Greens," he said.

  • He knew with the Dawkinses about to leave and with the Lucky Pup Mine controversy settled, he'd better concentrate on finding an answer to the body Martha discovered before any chance to do so was gone for good.

  • "Want to see what a Lucky Strike Green Flat Fifty tin looks like?" he asked.

  • There's only a half dozen Lucky Strikes.

  • It was as Martha described—green, with the familiar Lucky Strike label in red at the center.

  • The Lucky Strike tin is a common one, but some containers sell for a whole lot more than that.

  • Look and see who's selling the other ones—the other Lucky Strike tins!

  • It would end where it began—at the Lucky Pup Mine.

  • Dean's heart began to race as he caught sight of Cynthia and Martha at the edge of the rocks near the edge of the path leading to the entrance of the Lucky Pup.

  • So you tried to buy The Lucky Pup so you could cover up the whole business once and for all.

  • No one worked the Lucky Pup in those days.

  • Fred O'Connor seemed a tad put out that he'd been absent from the final confrontation in the Lucky Pup Mine until Dean reminded him that without his Internet connection and library research, Martha's bones would still be without identity.

  • It took many days of mountain sunshine and the comforting routine of the bed and breakfast to blur the trauma of the Lucky Pup shooting.

  • When told of the happenings at her mine, she said she would consider changing its name—it hadn't been "lucky" for anyone.

  • I'm lucky Zamon and Darkyn both followed through.

  • What he couldn't quite rationalize: what he would've done if she hadn't gotten lucky and Darkyn didn't want his mate.

  • Relief was forefront in Deidre's mind and the acknowledgment she'd gotten damn lucky that the demon lord favored winning deals over killing mates.

  • She was lucky to walk.

  • If anything, she felt lucky to have a doctor who saw her as more than a case.

  • Jared scrambled out of the way, but Logan wasn't so lucky.

  • "I guess we're both lucky I'll be dead soon," she returned.

  • She'd be lucky to walk again soon, and without medical supplies…with her luck lately, she wouldn't die from infection, just suffer for the rest of her life.

  • You are one lucky woman to go to bed with that one.

  • "You're lucky you don't have to defend Death against anything," Rhyn grunted.

  • You're lucky all he did to your mate was take her blood.

  • You.re lucky this is all I ask.

  • I respected Andre, but now that he.s gone, you.re lucky I agreed to come at all.

  • You.re a lucky man.

  • "Lucky bastard," Rhyn grumbled.

  • Which lucky lady was on the phone?

  • Isn't this my lucky day!

  • How did he get so lucky?

  • I suppose if she has a chance to get lucky, she should jump on him, so to speak.

  • "Sounds like Gladys didn't get lucky," Dean mumbled.

  • Lucky me, another creature of nobility.

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