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buzzards’ luck

buzzards’ luck
 n.— «I’m still convinced we have a very good team, capable of beating anyone on a given day, but we’re justing having buzzards’ luck. Everything that happens seems to be a disaster.» —“There’s Nothing Super About Steelers Anymore” by Charles Maher Los Angeles Times Oct. 14, 1976. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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