Examples of A Bit of Luck
Through his own efforts and a bit of luck, he won first prize in the contest.
Hopefully it'll give us a bit of luck on the night, but I'm not really a superstitious person.
Richard Johnson tells BBC Midlands Today his first champion jockey title is within reach "with a bit of luck on my side".
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The way Max Scherzer was pitching, the Milwaukee Brewers were going to need a bit of luck to even manage getting anyone on base.
(The New York Times - Baseball, )
With a bit of luck they will scale, achieve profitability and rub elbows with other success stories like Dropbox, GrubHub or AirBnB.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )
SAMARRAI: Michael Laudrup would have given a fortune to sign Loic Remy last summer, but since then he would have given anything for a bit of luck.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes his side "needed a bit of luck" after only managing a -0 draw against Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup sixth round at Anfield.
(BBC Sport, )
, 50-year-old Lee Tyrone Parker thought he had finally stumbled onto a bit of luck when he and a friend, Ivan White, found a new backpack sitting on top of a garbage can.
(Los Angeles Times - Religion, )
It took quite a bit of luck and well over 90 minutes for the Galaxy to secure a -1 overtime win over La Maquina FC in the fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday night.
(Los Angeles Times - Soccer, )
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says his team's -0 victory over Burnley is "very satisfying" after capitalising on "a bit of luck" when the Claret's Michael Duff was sent off.
(BBC Sport - Football, )
Homeless and jobless, 50-year-old Lee Tyrone Parker thought he had finally stumbled onto a bit of luck when he and a friend, Ivan White, found a new backpack sitting on top of a garbage can.
(Los Angeles Times - Money & Company, )
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