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"She's luckie in some ways than the women of my own generation, too.
The hospital moved from its former Luckie Street location to here late in 1921.
And here, the luckie coming back, he turned from me as if with impatience to renew their former conversation.
Luckie began to suffer from ill health and in 1889 stepped down from the position.
It was reported that Luckie suffered an undisclosed health issue while being booked into jail.
Even Thelma's hasn't been on Luckie Street for all that long.
Jose Luckie, who lives on 125th Street with his son and girlfriend, has divided views about the department's efforts.
It still displays Hems's "luckie horseshoe" above the main entrance.
However, "Luckie Marietta" is used by a wide range of Atlanta media to refer to the district.
He was the son of Thomas Luckie, a merchant, and Mary Mitchell.
Since 2008, the area around the park has been marketed, and increasingly referred to in the press, as the Luckie Marietta District.
A former member of the Dayton School Board, Luckie was a key player in education reform.
He was succeeded by David Luckie.
Located on the corner of North Avenue and Luckie Street, the building was completed in 1979.
His father is the senior vice president of Luckie Advertising, a Birmingham advertising agency.
Her mother, Ellen Luckie Anderson came from a wealthy and prominent Atlanta family.
The Birmingham office reverted to independent status as Luckie & Company, with billings estimated at $25 million.
Multiple policemen arrived soon after to help investigate, including Ted Jordan and James Luckie.
Balance offered Luckie the job at a £800 salary, but Premier George Grey considered £200 sufficient.
Despite not having attended any state functions since July 9, 2012, Luckie continues to receive a paycheck as he waits out his final months in office.
Luckie's late wife was Lois Drolet.
Luckie supported the Fox ministry's attempts to establish 'peace and progress', advocating direct taxation and 'economical administration'.
Pop-rockers Cartel reference the club and the culture surrounding it in their song "Luckie ST.".
In 1878 Luckie moved to Wellington to take up the editorship of The Evening Post.
Sir David Monro, Richmond, and David Luckie stood to replace him.
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