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    #1

    striking chance

    Hello,

    I have question regarding the phrase "striking chance".

    Has it more than one meaning, especcialy if it is used in context of poetry?

    For any clue I would be much appreciate.



    haiku

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    Re: striking chance

    I have never heard the phrase 'striking chance'.

    In what context did you encounter it?

    Rover

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