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Lambert said: "I don't think it's a comedown for them.
Life, as well as the girl of his dreams, keeps passing Casablancas by on the aptly titled brood-fest "80s Comedown Machine." Shrouded in a moody, minimalistic mix of shuffling organ drones and faux, reverberating drumbeats, Casablancas captures the loneliness and disillusionment of quiet heartbreak through his soft-spoken lyrics delivered in slow-mo.
His opening day 0-0 draw at Real Mallorca two weeks ago was something of a comedown after all the pre-season build up.
This is a comedown for the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) coalition government whose decision was viewed as politically motivated to attract Marathi youth from being drawn towards the Shiv Sena and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) which had in fact welcomed the decision.
Suddenly Simon found himself eventually out of work and on the dole - what a comedown from being the highest paid celeb on British TV.
The new school and neighborhood are a comedown from the family's previous existence; then, the father leaves home and they take in a boarder to help pay the bills.
The fall behind and dilatoriness of vocational education make engineering technicians and technique workers who are on-the-job near the machine seriously missing, ultimately lead to economic comedown in England.
"We have been running a tad above that," Seiders said, "but the comedown shouldn't be all that dramatic."
And so for the older gentlemen in the Blue Horizon's balcony, the very presence of women fighting in front of them marks a comedown in the world; what their fathers watched as art is now inescapably exploitation, a catfight.
The new price range will be between 1.99 and 2.19 euros, which is a considerable comedown from the previous price of around three euros.
But when the comedown after the shopping spree hit you, you weren't entirely sure what you'd bought.
It was quite a comedown from 1999, when Clinton described access to long-term care as one of the priority issues to be solved in the new century.