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In recent time, a lot of debate being made about the quality and downfall of the technical education system, but less attention has been given to improve the technical education system.
Iran is faced with an unprecedented downfall in the prices of oil at the international markets which, accompanied by West's sanctions on Iran's oil exports, could further shrink the country's actual earnings.
Freddie Fox is superb as Bosie, the lover who leads Wilde to his downfall.
The former CM has personally contributed to his downfall.
BAD TASTE The video of Bruno Ganz as Hitler taken from Downfall
BEIRUT: Bsharri MP Elie Keyrouz said Sunday that the downfall of Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime is "almost certain," the National News Agency reported.
The story of Downfall is just too raw, too sordid and too dispiriting.
Adolf Hitler: My Part In His Downfall, New Theatre, Cardiff FOR a play based on the war memoirs of Spike Milligan - a man who was voted the funniest person of the last 1,000 years in a BBC poll - Adolf Hitler: My Part In His Downfall has a lot to live up to.
THE exuberant and absurd comedy Spike Milligan's Adolf Hitler: My Part In His Downfall visits Birmingham Repertory Theatre this week, until Saturday 13 March.
There's "The Downfall of Grammar," with Hitler erupting violently after one of his generals critiques him for ending a sentence with a preposition.
CAST members from Spike Milligan's Adolf Hitler: My Part In His Downfall took to a World War Two tank to celebrate the touring production's arrival at the Liverpool Playhouse.
a sudden fall (as from power, happiness, or a high position) or the cause of such a fall <the downfall of the Roman Empire> <Greed proved to be his downfall.