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Russian–American Telegraph (2,635 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article

Telegraph was considered an economic failure, but history now deems it a "successful failure" because of the many benefits the exploration brought to the regions
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work as Assistant Protector of Aborigines has been described as "a successful failure". While the Franklinford Station he established to protect the Dja
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thirteen levels. Apollo 13 was a NASA Moon mission famous for being a "successful failure" in 1970. The number 13 was not used in the Indianapolis 500 from
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Flubber (material) Slime (toy) Blu Tack Roberts, Jacob (2015). "A Successful Failure". Distillations Magazine. 1 (2): 8–9. Retrieved 21 February 2018
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945,399 worldwide. Even with such revenue, the film was known as a "successful failure"—due to distributors' and exhibitors' high fees, Paramount's "losses"
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21 March 2018. Retrieved 5 April 2018. OpenDemocracy "Copenhagen: a successful failure". openDemocracy. 12 January 2010. Archived from the original on 12
Apollo 13 (11,184 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
second stage to counteract pogo vibrations. Apollo 13 was called a "successful failure" by Lovell. It has been repeatedly called, "NASA's finest hour"
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Creator of Silly Putty". The New York Times. Roberts, Jacob (2015). "A Successful Failure". Distillations Magazine. Chemical Heritage Foundation. 1 (2): 8–9
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2339849 (registration/login for FamilySearch is required, but free) "A Successful Failure: Bad Breaks Broke Orchestra Leader Louis Ohls, But He's Back in Arkansas
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Band Marks 100th Birthday". Fiji Sun. Retrieved 2018-07-15. Millard, Tony (2017-05-28). Long Distance: Life of a Successful Failure. ISBN 9781788032070.
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Jim Lovell, the Apollo 13 commander, later called the mission, “a successful failure”. The Apollo 13 mission logo depicted three horses as Apollo's chariot