Gallacher has struggled since the high of winning the Ryder Cup
Lambert said: "I don't think it's a comedown
uk, it was a bit of a comedown
for the journalists as they were given glasses of champagne to celebrate Mourinho's birthday just a few weeks ago.
Corey Robin, a political science professor at Brooklyn College, put it even more poetically; "There are lots of ways to be Jewish," he said, "but worshiping a heavily militarized state seems like a bit of a comedown
from our past.
Mallya, according to sources, has now been forced to hire corporate jets from other companies -- a comedown
for his high- flying lifestyle.
Life, as well as the girl of his dreams, keeps passing Casablancas by on the aptly titled brood-fest "80s Comedown
Both lots parking is sold out but please comedown
and check us out.
I guess it's the dreaded curse of the comedown
from the Ryder Cup.
Errani will doubtless be tough to beat but the Italians play so often that a comedown
is a possibility against a talented opponent showing improvement.
I generally don't like to expect too much because if it doesn't work out then it is a big comedown
from that, so I would prefer to be cautious," he added.
Kerry's Northern "charm" may be endearing at first, but take it from a British public who have had to live through every break-up and every comedown
over the last decade.
What makes the film spellbinding as a gay artifact is that the comedown
from the '70s high seemed to he so dramatic all around.
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.