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  • r  in an auspicious manner
    he started his new job auspiciously on his birthday

  • He must let the voters see him, as often and auspiciously as possible.
  • Boeing's unveiling of the new 787 Dreamliner, auspiciously timed for 7807, drew a crowd of 15,000 employees and their guests to Boeing's Everett, Wash.
  • Even the arrival of her sixth grandchild seemed auspiciously timed to remind everyone of her motherly side.
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  • A quest for calm in Santorini, Greece
    Our first morning on Santorini started out auspiciously enough. We headed for breakfast at Mama's House, a restaurant in the town of Fira that our guidebooks highly recommended. Along the way, we stopped to take pictures in front of a whitewashed church topped by a brilliant blue dome. A few fellow tourists meandered by.
    June 19, 2013 - The Troy Record

  • Simon Pegg in Pittsburgh Post Gazette
    Mr Fukuda brings to his high office a wealth of experience that auspiciously began with him serving as secretary to his late father, prime minister Takeo Fukuda, whose 'Fukuda Doctrine' - announced in Manila in 1977 - defined Japan's relations with... Ignacio Bunye Sep 25, 2007 6718 9834 auspiciousness Secrecy must remain intact because of the auspiciousness of the material," says Pegg, when asked for Trekkie production details.

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