Fortune

[professional wrestling] ==History== ===Formation and feud with EV 2.0 (2010)=== On the January 4, 2010, live, three-hour episode of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling`s Impact! television show, Ric Flair made his debut for the company, observing the main event match between A.J. Styles and Kurt Angle. On January 17 at the Genesis pay-per-view,...
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Fortune

HMS Fortune was a British Fearless Class destroyer of 1350 tons displacement launched in 1934. She was armed with four 4.7-inch guns; six smaller guns; two depth-charge throwers and eight 21-inch torpedo tubes. She was powered by three Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 36.7 knots and a range of 6000 miles at 15 knots. She carri...
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fortune

[n] - your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you) 2. [n] - a large amount of wealth or prosperity
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Fortune

For'tune (fôr'tun; 135) noun [ French fortune , Latin fortuna ; akin to fors , fortis , chance, probably from ferre to bear, bring. See Bear to support, and confer Fortuitous .] 1. The arrival of something in a sudden or unexpected manner; ch...
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Fortune

For'tune transitive verb [ Old French fortuner , Latin fortunare . See Fortune , noun ] 1. To make fortunate; to give either good or bad fortune to. [ Obsolete] Chaucer. 2. To provide with a fortune. Richardson. 3. ...
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Fortune

For'tune intransitive verb To fall out; to happen. « It fortuned the same night that a Christian, serving a Turk in the camp, secretely gave the watchmen warning.» Knolles.
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Fortune

• (n.) To make fortunate; to give either good or bad fortune to. • (n.) The arrival of something in a sudden or unexpected manner; chance; accident; luck; hap; also, the personified or deified power regarded as determining human success, apportioning happiness and unhappiness, and distributing arbitrarily or fortuitously the lots of life....
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Fortune

(from the article `Evans, Walker`) During the late summer of 1936 Evans was on leave from the FSA to work for Fortune magazine with writer James Agee on a study of three sharecropping ... ...successively at Harvard and Princeton universities until 1942. During World War II and the postwar period, he held a variety of government posts .....
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fortune

good or bad luck, fate
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Fortune

Fortune is a variety of apple.
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Fortune

[Metal Gear] Taken by SimonP in April 2005 {GFDL-with-disclaimers|migration=relicense} ...
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Fortune

[magazine] Fortune is an American business magazine published globally by Time Inc. and founded by Henry Luce in 1929. The magazine competes with Forbes and Bloomberg Businessweek in the national business magazine category and distinguishes itself with long, in-depth feature articles. The magazine is best known for the Fortune 500, a rankin...
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Fortune

A method of deciding the outcome of an action resolution where the GM chooses based on the result of a randomizer (dice, cards, etc).
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fortune

Print a random, hopefully interesting adage.
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Fortune

[convict ship] The Fortune, also known as La Fortune was a 626 ton sailing ship built in Spain. Under the command of Henry Moore, she sailed from England on 28 January 1806, with 260 male convicts. She arrived at Port Jackson on 27 July. Four male convicts died on the voyage. Fortune left Port Jackson on 19 August bound for China. On her se...
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Fortune

[Plymouth Colony ship] Also see sister article: Passengers of 1621 Fortune voyage In the fall of 1621 the Fortune was the second English ship destined for Plymouth Colony in the New World, one year after the voyage of the Pilgrim ship Mayflower. Financed as the Mayflower was by Thomas Weston and others of the London-based Merchant Adventure...
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Fortune

[name] Fortune is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Surname: Given name: Fictional characters: ...
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Fortune

[American slave] Fortune (c. 1743 – 1798) was an African-American slave who achieved posthumous notability over the transfer of his remains from a museum storage room to a state funeral. Under the laws of the 18th century American colonial period, Fortune, his wife Dinah and their four children was the property of Dr. Preserved Porter, a ...
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fortune

a large amount of wealth or prosperity
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