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Example sentences for fortunately

Fortunately no lives were lost, though, there were many narrow escapes.
Fortunately, publishers are alert to this need and are supplying perhaps even more than the market can profitably absorb.
Fortunately, this imagery is invoked only a couple of times.
But it was the only smudge on this area-and fortunately.
Fortunately for anyone bothered by the horde, adult cicadas die not long after producing eggs.
Fortunately, aluminum is easy to recycle and a beverage can might even find a new life as an aircraft or automotive part.
Fortunately, hippos can nurse from their mothers either on land or underwater.
Fortunately, many opportunities exist for water conservation in home gardens and landscapes.
Fortunately for snowboarding, things didn't go as planned.
Fortunately, there are things farmers can do to reduce water consumption.
Fortunately, these days the little spitfire's rarity is an illusion.
Fortunately, many people are working to help sea turtles survive.
Fortunately, before they were gone entirely, somebody realized that people would pay to take vacations on them.
Fortunately, we're learning how to protect ourselves from these cosmic invaders.
Fortunately, you can make your own cleaning solutions that don't contain harmful substances.
Fortunately, the lotus-shaped marble carving on the central floor still remains.
Such mimics are imperfect, but fortunately so is butterfly vision.
Fortunately, my body was far back behind the camera.
Fortunately, none have resumed hunting the blue whale species.
Fortunately, digital cameras are now exquisitely sensitive to low light.
Fortunately, nothing so horrible has darkened the forest recently.
Fortunately, there is another way to measure the galaxy's age.
Fortunately, these pioneers left a rich heritage which gives tourists today insight into these admirable traits.
Fortunately, the paranoia currently festering is not yet sufficiently widespread to repeat our earlier mistake.
Fortunately, the nation's top diamond doctor makes house calls.
Fortunately, the solenodon has recently become the focus of conservation efforts.
Fortunately, some professional paleontologists have shared their advice on their personal blogs.
Fortunately vacant buildings are the exception, rather than the rule.
Fortunately, her considerable artistic talents gave her other outlets for her ambition.
Fortunately, fossil teeth do have a lot to say about an animal's diet.
Fortunately, she had backup matches to light her stove, and so should anyone else who walks into the wild.
Fortunately, you have farmer's markets in your area.
Fortunately, by the time they arrived the crisis had been defused and no one mentioned the fork incident to the police.
Fortunately, experiencing the island life is possible on a budget.
Fortunately many of these historical and architecturally significant sites are within walking distance of one another.
Fortunately, the city's accommodations are as varied as its sights.
Fortunately, many drainage problems are easily solved once you become aware of them.
Fortunately, you only have to buy once: corms multiply fast enough that within a few years you'll have plenty to give away.
Fortunately for gardeners, caterpillars can't tell the difference between the buzz of honey bees and the buzz of wasps.
Fortunately, various tools are available to make the job easier.
Fortunately no one was injured, although many properties were seriously damaged.
Fortunately, the method he suggests is highly adaptable.
Fortunately, she didn't mind having a fledgling disciple, and was willing to answer questions.
And, fortunately for today's students, conditions for innovation are right.
Fortunately that is not the climate in my department.
Fortunately, a colleague had mentioned his frustration with such behavior during a similar crisis a few years ago.
Fortunately, students could greatly benefit from the inevitable new federal role in higher education.
Fortunately for me, there are a good number of them available locally.
Fortunately, my desire to be a better teacher apparently trumped my inexperience.
Fortunately for the couple, things have been looking up since then.
Fortunately, though, they have grown too quickly to be killed.
Fortunately, there are several possible solutions to the problem.
Fortunately, independent publishing survives and in many cases thrives.
Fortunately, there are ways for the brain and body to ward off such dire consequences.
Fortunately, there are safer and more effective sunscreens now on the market, mostly available at natural foods markets.
Fortunately, blindness can be prevented by controlling blood glucose and blood pressure.
Fortunately, those scourges are virtually unknown to modern generations that have had access to vaccines all their lives.
Fortunately, a number of training methods can bolster self-control.
Fortunately, this refugee camp had an extraordinary resource.
Fortunately, this type of immediate rejection of transfused red cells is rare.
Anopheles are present here, but fortunately the parasite is not.
Fortunately, the majority of people do not seem to share my particular troubles with speed dating.
Fortunately for the world, they are less competent, less well-trained.
Fortunately, much better solutions exist once the focus is put squarely on nurturing sustainable development.
Fortunately, they are not in a car when they screw up their course work.
Fortunately, none of the reports noted any serious injuries.
The article referred to critical procedural errors that, fortunately, were judged to have no impact of safe operations.
Fortunately for this show, my kids don't feel the same way.
Fortunately, there are some ways to make indoor cycling a little more fun and effective.
Fortunately, cellular providers are stepping up to fill the motivational vacuum.
Fortunately, there's a solution for those times when you can't be at home to read a bedtime story.
Fortunately, the uneven texture of the bread makes for an affective antialiasing filter.
Fortunately there are still a lot of options to choose from.
Fortunately, his company had the data to end this feud.
He refused to be silent and he was fortunately mediatory by nature.
Fortunately, of all the great nations this country is best in a position to adopt that simple remedy.
We will fortunately be able to apply to the redemption of the public debt any small and unforeseen excess of revenue.
He can avoid the use of those pedantic terms which are really nothing but offensive and, fortunately, ephemeral scientific slang.
Fortunately, it rested against the bulwarks, or it would have broken some of their bones.
Fortunately there was no one at hand who could overhear him.
But here its policy is fortunately inconsistent, and so a number of fine old names have escaped.
Fortunately, there are numerous examples of exactly the opposite type of work.
Fortunately for his neighbours, the target of his ire is the weeds that have grown up in his garden.
Fortunately, digital technology appears to be thundering to the rescue of anyone blackballed by the old-style networks.
Fortunately, that temptation can quite easily be resisted.
Fortunately, children do not believe everything they are told.
Fortunately there's a simple remedy: focus as much on the before and after as on the program itself.
Fortunately, increased information seems to combat such miscalculations.
Such systems, fortunately, are starting to take shape.
Fortunately, it is not intended to subdue humans, but to allow them to control their environments better.
Any contaminants created during production are so small, and fortunately transparent, as not to matter.
Fortunately, advances in pattern-recognition software mean it is no longer impossible.
Fortunately, globalisation will also speed the flow of health data.
Fortunately, their successors seem determined not to repeat that mistake.
Fortunately, he sets his story in a broader context.
Fortunately, there is reason to think that the vulture-preservation effort need not be open-ended.
Fortunately, this is a good moment to lure foreign scientists.
But, fortunately, the world's gas reserves are more widely dispersed than its oil.
Fortunately, it is crucial for the vendors of nuclear plants to insist on proper safety regimes.
Fortunately there are some relatively simple ways to reduce the energy consumption of a base-station.
Fortunately, much of that is produced by nuclear reactions in stars, and such stellar neutrinos have relatively low energies.
Fortunately, it doesn't share its cousin's flesh-eating lifestyle.
Fortunately, there are ways to get closer and closer to this impossible topic.
Fortunately, aside from an itchy bottom, sufferers rarely experience serious harm.
Fortunately, strong antibiotics quickly cured the infection.
Fortunately, the authors believe there is a more likely explanation.
When you work through all the possible scenarios, you find technical difficulties for the bad guys, fortunately.
Fortunately, the group being criticized is not a vast group.
Fortunately for us, your island happens to be equipped with a state-of-the-art workshop and a huge supply of car parts.
Fortunately, our methods for treating the injury and preventing devastating infection have improved over the past few years.
Fortunately for us, reaching the equivalent limit in the body's bones is no easy matter.
Fortunately, some medications can decrease the frequency of seizures in people with epilepsy.
Fortunately, it's also the brightest of the group, so it's the one you could follow farthest away.
Fortunately, he was diagnosed as a schizophrenic and medicated in time to avert a tragedy.
Physicists may argue about what the theory means, but fortunately for the rest of us they have no qualms about working with it.
Fortunately, all things are available online, and this one is well worth seeing.
Fortunately, the aquarium was having a special on jellyfish.
Fortunately, the primordial universe left behind a few clues.
Fortunately it's interesting enough to be worth taking a swipe at.
Fortunately, animals respond well to infusions of new blood.
And fortunately these are instances in which good policy could make for good politics.
Fortunately, there's no need to settle everything at once.
Fortunately, this week's episode slows things down a bit.
Fortunately, this new cancer responded to treatment.
Fortunately, there are plenty of good fantasies to occupy readers while they wait.
Fortunately, a few promising programs have combined quick, accessible phonics instruction with whole-language-style activities.
Jazz, fortunately, can be preserved on phonographic records for our descendants.
Fortunately, it appears that the fears were exaggerated.
Fortunately, the lectern shielded these involuntary body movements.
Fortunately for speakers, the audience is supportive.
Although this is true as to the basic calculations, it fortunately is not true as to the broad principles which underlie it.
Fortunately, this is the kind of question that fascinates meat scientists.
Fortunately, mutual fund fees and expenses actually aren't that complicated.
Fortunately, no known nearby asteroids come anywhere close to that size.
Fortunately, these poorly differentiated, clinically virulent cancers are relatively uncommon.
Fortunately, there are directions on the plastic that make it easier.
They failed, fortunately, but the vote was crazy close.
Fortunately, he and his government seem to know how to fix it.
Fortunately, while tsunamis are fast, they are not as fast-moving as the earthquakes themselves.
Fortunately, these bills have been pretty well publicized.
Fortunately, there are several companies developing similar products.
Fortunately, technical problems with the delivery system rendered these attacks ineffective.
Fortunately, the last year brought new ideas that may make future machines more reliable.
Fortunately, human sociobiology has not gone unchallenged.
Fortunately, the ants possess a potent defense against this fungal weed that usually prevents its proliferation.
It turned out to have lost a heat-protection tile, but fortunately an aluminum plate happened to lie beneath the tile.
Fortunately they did not try their never failing explosions on people.
But, fortunately, this need not and should not be our fate.
Fortunately, chronically dry eyes can usually be treated.
Fortunately, there are plenty of things you can do about it, including taking medication--but that's a last resort.
Fortunately, stem cells are readily available and easily harvested.
Fortunately, doctors have developed reliable tests to diagnose the illness.
Shots were fired and tear gas discharged, but fortunately there were no fatalities.
Fortunately, knowing what's likely to make you buy can actually help you to avoid being suckered.
Fortunately, the dependable caddies are thoroughly familiar with the terrain.
Fortunately, those who count--graduate-admissions deans and corporate recruiters--know better.
Fortunately, there are other ways to increase bone density.
Fortunately, the number of cases seems to be on the decline.
Fortunately that is not the case, but where they begin is anyone's guess.
Fortunately, no one died in the incident, but the engagement was a casualty.
Fortunately, this summer three top hairstylists have teamed up with major beauty brands to make great hair a daily reality.
Fortunately, there was plenty of great music to be heard elsewhere.
Right, and fortunately one of those experiments was shut down.
Fortunately, there's a way to administer genocide without having to get your hands messy and your clothes mussed.
Fortunately, eco-friendly fashion is coming into vogue.
Fortunately, there are ways homeowners can safely and smartly tackle home improvement projects.
Fortunately, the problem can be fixed by changing medical office practices, the researchers found.
Fortunately, it appears that the rumors are greatly exaggerated.
Fortunately, the beans were destroyed before they entered the human food chain.
Fortunately, once you have reached it, age doesn't matter.
But enough lobsters survive to grow to maturity, fortunately for gourmets.
Fortunately, the food tastes as good as the fire feels and smells.
Fortunately, no one was injured and no major damage occurred to the island's infrastructure.
Although numerous injuries were reported, there were fortunately no fatalities.
Fortunately, all of the restaurants employees and patrons were able to self evacuate, escaping injury.
Fortunately, the breeding ranges of the two species do not overlap.

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