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Miss Cox's luck again failed her in Kismet, a two-and-a-half rater built by Payne.
My reply was 'Kismet,' which means that it was a sin to think of the future.
My master had many English attributes, but in the shrug, the pantomime of Kismet, he was exclusively French.
THE BELOVD VAGABONDWILLIAM J. LOCKE
No idle chance brought us together to-day, Don; it was that Kismet to which the Arab ascribes every act of life.
If she gets run down by some bustling ship or another, it is Kismet, and not to be helped.
THE LOG OF A SEA-WAIFFRANK T. BULLEN
When one reaches the native city the streets are unmistakably un-Indian, and strongly reminiscent of the bazaar scene in Kismet.
The Eskimos gathered together to see what could be done and then decided that it was kismet—and went their way.
A LABRADOR DOCTORWILFRED THOMASON GRENFELL
So his worshippers, the followers of the Prophet, lie down in huddled heaps of wretchedness about his courts below—Kismet!
Once in line with the Kismet's counter, he eased off the painter rapidly, and now dropped towards the stern of the wreck.
As he came again to the quay he saw the Kismet beating upon the rocks—the sailors had given up any idea of saving her.

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