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There was even a rainbow-y halo around that big moon, another lucky omen if you’re hungry for such things.
Those 43 goals account for just 57 percent of Boston’s total goals scored, a bad omen considering that just one of the past 13 Stanley Cup champions45 scored under 60 percent of their regular-season goals while playing 5-on-5.
That seems like a bad omen for Newsom — until you consider the special circumstances of this recall effort and the political evolution of California.
When a lifetime nomination for the Supreme Court becomes the source of spreading a deadly virus, it should be taken as an omen.
Although Mayer’s exit in the midst of negotiations seems like a bad omen for TikTok’s future, Zhang says the Microsoft deal is unlikely to be unaffected.
Here I am engaged, miss, or as good, to Mr. Capt; and I know what this omen means.
Sloth in women is cured either by vanity or love; though, in vivacious women, it is an omen of love.
Pelican, bird of ill omen, go to thy hole and hide thy sorry face.'
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
Yes, for you have interpreted the omen with which you were favoured, in a very different way from what you should have done.
THE BORDER RIFLESGUSTAVE AIMARD
For the sake of the omen she put on before going to sleep the tunica rcta, or rgilla, woven in one piece and falling to the feet.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON

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