Chances may refer to:
- Chances (TV series), an Australian soap opera
- Chances (Philippine TV series), a prime-time soap opera
- Chances: The Women of Magdalene, a 2006 documentary film
- Chances (novel), a 1981 novel by Jackie Collins
- The Chances, a 1617 play by John Fletcher
- Total chances, a baseball statistic
- Chances (Jill Barber album)
- Chances (Sylver album)
- "Chances" (Five for Fighting song)
- "Chances" (Roxette song)
- "Chances", by Athlete from Tourist
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Other articles related to "chances, chance":
... Chances Peak, a point of the stratovolcano Soufrière Hills Chance (disambiguation) ...
... The Chances of the World Changing is a 2006 documentary film about Richard Ogust's efforts to save endangered turtle species from extinction ... Chances premiered at the 2006 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and was aired on the Public Broadcasting Service series P.O.V ...
... Lucky Chances is a 1990 television mini-series written by Jackie Collins and based on her bestselling novels Chances and Lucky ...
... Gino Santangelo - first appears in Chances Lucky Santangelo - first appears in Chances Olympia Stanisopolous - first appears in Chances Costa Zennocotti ...
... A scoring chance, in ice hockey is an attempt, or chance for a team or holder of the puck to score a goal ... While there is no exact definition of a scoring chance, the Elias Sports Bureau, who is the official statistics recorder of the National Hockey League and many other professional sports leagues, clarifies a ... Another possible definition of a scoring chance can be any shot that is taken by an attacking team on an odd-man rush, such as a 2-on-1 or 3-on-2 break ...
Famous quotes containing the word chances:
“Brigid: Youre not ...
Sam Spade: Yes, angel. Im gonna send you over. But chances are youll get off with life. That means if youre a good girl youll get out in twenty years. Ill be waiting for you. If they hang you, Ill always remember you.”
—John Huston (19061987)
“Wealth often takes away chances from men as well as poverty. There is none to tell the rich to go on striving, for a rich man makes the law that hallows and hollows his own life.”
—Sean OCasey (18841964)
“For what we call illusions are often, in truth, a wider vision of past and present realitiesa willing movement of a mans soul with the larger sweep of the worlds forcesa movement towards a more assured end than the chances of a single life.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)