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whl626

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If there is a line on one's palm that signifies the success in future. I should call this line ' successful line ' or ' the line of success ' ? Or simply use the noun ' success ' as an adjective ' success line ' ?

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I would say call it either the line of success or the success line. (I favor the latter.)

(Say: "There is a line on one's palm that signifies success in the future.")

:)
 

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Fortune? ;-)
 

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You bet :). :( But my success line is short. It means no bucks :(
 

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Always remember that patience is a virtue.
It will help you if it doesn't hurt you.

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whl626 said:
You bet :). :( But my success line is short. It means no bucks :(

Is that true? Not really, I think. I've noticed people with big bucks without a clear fortune line.
 
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