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a fluky coincidence that kept me safely at home when the blizzard hit
the fluky selection of consecutive numbers on consecutive days of the lottery
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According to the Sliding Doors philosophy, in other words, even when our lives take fluky, chaotic detours, ultimately good-hearted people find each other, and the bad boyfriends and home-wreckers of the world get their comeuppance.
On its face, his .358 BABIP looks a little fluky, but a player with his speed who keeps the ball on the ground is one of the archetypes that can regularly outpace league-average BABIP.
So far Sox camp has featured a series of fluky injuries, including ones to Luis Robert (sprained thumb), Micker Adolfo (sprained UCL) Alec Hansen (forearm tightness), Jake Burger (torn Achilles) and Eloy Jimenez (left knee tendinitis).
The new race model was designed to create excitement, drama ... and to ensure that fluky one-hit drivers didn’t beat out established, consistent ones come playoff time.
But there is nothing fluky about the Chiefs, who are 9-0 and ranked No.
Foles, that guy who had the one fluky great season with Chip Kelly, but struggled since leaving Philly with a 74.2 passer rating in two forgettable seasons with the Rams and Chiefs?
The Rangers took a 1-0 lead when Grabner benefited from a fluky bounce with 5:18 left in the first.
Week 1 tends to breed fluky results (the 49ers, for example, are 2–0 in openers but 5–25 elsewhere the past two seasons), so any seismic shifts in the conference landscape will have to wait.
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