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  • s  marked by or promising bad fortune
    an ill-fated business venture

  • Now Roger is sweating under the hot lights as questions pile up about whether he had a role in an outrageous array of slippery and ill-fated schemes ranging from Mafioso pardons to .
  • Images of the crew, the mission and the aftermath of the ill-fated flight of the space shuttle Columbia.
  • It is hard to imagine more ill-fated births than those of Kerstin, Stefan and Felix Fritzl.
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  • Carnival Triumph returns
    The ill-fated Carnival Triumph begins a new chapter Thursday in Galveston, Texas.
    June 14, 2013 - CNN
  • AEG CEO cites conflicting info on Jackson health
    The head of the company promoting Michael Jackson's ill-fated comeback concerts testified Thursday that he received conflicting and confusing information about the singer's health days before his death. ...
    June 13, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
  • Carnival Triumph Ready To Sail Again, Fully Booked
    (CNN) — The ill-fated Carnival Triumph begins a new chapter Thursday in Galveston, Texas. The ship sets sail on its...
    June 13, 2013 - WHNT-TV Huntsville

  • Charles Schumer in Washington Post
    These words sparked a chain reaction that brought problems into the open, almost cost (Benitez) his job a couple of months later, riled Liverpool's owners into an ill-fated meeting with Juergen Klinsmann, and ended Hicks' and Gillett's honeymoon... Jamie Carragher International Herald Tribune Sep 10, 2008 49505 67299 ill-fated New York Sen. Charles Schumer, a Democrat, said he would not wait to see travelers in his state used as guinea pigs in Secretary Peters' ill-fated experiment."
  • Jacob Hoggard in Toronto Sun
    It just was not the best decision to make and a lot of things changed from A to B,said Hoggard of getting hitched. "It got really difficult for a 21-year-old guy to be a 31-year-old-guy while being in this band. And it just was ill-fated,...

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