Definitions for fingers crossed
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Fingers Crossed is the first album by Australian indie pop band Architecture in Helsinki, which was released on 9 February 2003 by independent record label, Trifekta. It is known especially for its gentle, high-pitched synthesizers and an ambitiously wide array of musical instruments, many unconventional and prominent. The instruments used include glockenspiel, woodwinds, xylophone, flute, four different kinds of guitar, trumpet, tuba, trombone, melodica, thumb piano, clarinet, recorder, bass, and various drums and percussion including hand claps, finger snaps, and the taps of tap shoes. It also uses a variety of voices, mainly in gender and age. In 2007, "Souvenirs" received attention for its use in a Sprint Nextel commercial.
The numerical value of fingers crossed in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of fingers crossed in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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I have my fingers crossed for Leah’s project.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed, but at this point I'm not optimistic.
It's good that they have given a timeline, i'd still keep my fingers crossed that it does achieve those timelines.
Exposing the pain is a public service. A victim suffering in silence is not a solution. i have my fingers crossed for Leah’s project.
The whole industry has its fingers crossed that the EPA will focus on harvesting low-hanging fruit rather than home-run technologies that could prove expensive.
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