Luckily our precious records were saved from the fire.
Luckily, there was an extra space in the plane.
Luckily, my watch was turned over to the property office.
Luckily the kidney stone passed before she had to be hospitalized.
I dropped my toast, but luckily it fell right side up.
Luckily, I had my camera along. Our guests should be along soon.
Luckily, the police came right away.
Luckily a bush broke his fall.
Luckily, Mick was able to grease a few palms, thus helping his brother to escape.
In Future, World fulls of danger. Luckily you armed with space craft to wipe out enemies.
My car broke down at the roundabout. Luckily, a knight in shining armour stopped to help me.
It was a real miracle that the little boat capsized in the storm, but luckily didn't sink.
One of the drivers had been in a crash but, luckily, was none the worse for the experience.
Luckily, the stores in Kuwait stay open until after 2 am in the run up to Eid.So, I was able to race out and buy an abaya (a loose gown) just after midnight.
Luckily, the new venue nearby is pretty stadium-pressive.
So luckily, I brought an outfit change.
Luckily, she persisted and things went well.
Luckily there is free entertainment right outside.
Luckily, she knew how to swim.
But luckily, nobody was killed in that.
Now, luckily, there are good seeds, too.
Luckily, we have planned the route well.
Luckily, we had an expert on hand.
Luckily, I have lots of dollar bills!
And luckily for you, it's not mine.
To make a comment...- Luckily, unfortunately, sadly.
I, luckily, am a Skype English teacher.
的是，我是名 Skype 英语老师。
And we luckily have an opportunity for you.
Luckily, he's got plenty of time to learn.
Luckily, Sputnik sticks around to help.
Luckily, there are other methods people can try.
Luckily, self-testing shows you exactly where you're weakest.
Luckily, you can also train the opposite behavior.
And luckily, allergies aren't always set in stone.