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BAD LUCK

IF YOU'VE SEEN A BLACK CAT OR BROKEN A MIRROR, THROW SOME SALT
OVER YOUR LEFT SHOULDER TO PREVENT THE BAD LUCK.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Mammal
BELIEF -- Mineral
BELIEF -- Color
BELIEF -- Conversions P883.14
BELIEF -- Conversions P883.17
BELIEF -- Conversions P883.31

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IF YOU BREAK A MIRROR TO AVOID THE BAD LUCK PUT THE MIRROR IN
CLOTH AND DROP IT IN A STREAM OF RUNNING WATER.

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Conversions P883.14

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