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  • n. Plural form of letdown.


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  • "[We] cannot afford the kind of letdowns, parochial squabbles, and corporate food fights that have bedeviled this effort over the last number of years," he said. --

  • I think the Saints have the veteran leadership and drive to avoid the kind of letdowns you're worried about.

    New Orleans Saints Central

  • Before that ugly third quarter against ASU a couple weeks ago, the Ducks have been very consistent at home, with the only real "letdowns" coming during blowout wins in the fourth quarter.

    Addicted To Quack

  • Fans and castmembers alike still want the movie to happen, but there have been too many letdowns to put a ton of faith in Cera's and Arnett's promises.

    ‘Arrested Development’ Movie Will Shoot This Year, Says Will Arnett » MTV Movies Blog

  • And it has been so many years now that I forget the reason we split up, but you can insert any of the standard enigmatic letdowns of maturity acting against hormones and you'd probably be close to whatever it was.

    Savage, Minnesota

  • I mean, it is one of the greatest letdowns that these countries should, without batting an eyelid, be using the same arguments that were used by the apartheid government.

    The African in Him

  • The two main movie characters, Adil and Karim, gave an outstanding performance depicting the aspirations, letdowns and hopes of a generation of young Moroccans on the verge of despair and hopelessness.

    Global Voices in English » Morocco: Casa Negra to Represent Morocco at Oscars

  • Of course there were some small minute letdowns but, overall, this episode gets 5 out of 5 stars.

    Julio Ubilla | Fandomania

  • I also enjoyed the meticulously crafted animated segments early on, but as the movie progressed the letdowns accumulated.

    2010 May :

  • "With this particular group I haven't worried about letdowns only because they're so hungry and they haven't had that degree of success," he said.

    St. John's Takes Center Stage


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