Comeback sentence example

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  • He couldn't think of an appropriate comeback and found himself staring down at her drink.
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  • You always have a comeback.
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  • After falling out of favor during the 20th century, breastfeeding has made a comeback, and rightly so.
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  • I was not expecting her comment to be so witty and the only comeback I had was, "Touché."
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  • Bent on a comeback, this time with an impressive new graphics and physics engine, the story takes place during the events of Pearl Harbor and unfolds with the player fighting through pivotal battles against the forces of Japan.
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  • The 26-year-old from Canberra is on a comeback trail after a two-year layoff caused by a mystery back ailment.
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  • marsh marigold are making a comeback.
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  • seltzer water is primed for a comeback.
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  • sidelined for months due to injury is making a comeback to Kuala Lumpur.
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  • snappy comeback.
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  • spirited comeback from Epsom conceding just one late try.
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  • triumphant comeback.
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  • tuxedo suit, which are making a comeback this season.
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  • two-legged comeback ever.
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  • We believe that seltzer water is primed for a comeback.
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  • Grainger, who has been sidelined for months due to injury is making a comeback to Kuala Lumpur.
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  • Winter was certainly a thing of the past at Celine with the comeback of super sweet tutti frutti colors to make your mouth water.
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  • Smarten up your outfit with a tuxedo suit, which are making a comeback this season.
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  • The greatest rags-to-riches stories ever April 12: Plus: aptly-named players; high-flying young clubs; and the greatest two-legged comeback ever.
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  • Unfortunately the comeback was short lived as the Eagles wrested back the initiative.
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  • Many insiders feel that rare coins are poised to make a comeback in price appreciation due to the highly cyclical nature of the market.
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  • According to most fashionistas, fur vests (both real and fake) are set to make a big comeback this 2010 holiday season.
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  • The lamps did not make a comeback until the early 1950's, almost 20 years after Louis Comfort Tiffany's death in 1933.
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  • Now considered "retro," 80s makeup is making a comeback, although slightly updated to suit the times.
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  • Fujifilm Finepix Real 3D W3: The 3D feature is making a big comeback, both in video and still shot imaging.
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  • Just about everyone is happy to see color, bright, vibrant color, make a comeback.
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  • Kefir, a milk product cultured predominantly with bifidobacterium strains has made a major comeback in the United States' market.
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  • In what many people consider the comeback of a lifetime, Kiefer Sutherland burst onto the scene in 2001 in the experimental Fox action-drama 24.
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  • Also, now that skinny jeans are making a comeback on the fashion scene, they are key for the alternative look.
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  • Feathered hair has yet to make a comeback in the men's hair category, but gone will never mean forgotten.
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  • Modern under counter electric can openers are greatly improved over previous models and as such have made a huge comeback into the American kitchen.
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  • Will daytime soaps eventually make a comeback?
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  • Vintage lingerie is not only making a comeback on the Internet, but also in lingerie stores nationwide.
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  • In today's weight obsessed culture, corsets are making a comeback as a body-slimming device and a growing subculture of tightlacers is developing.
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  • The band released comeback single 'The Boys Are Back In Town' later that year, but the limp reworking of Thin Lizzy's classic peaked at a mere number 35.
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  • In 1968, Elvis staged a comeback concert in an attempt to reposition himself as a musician rather than a movie/musical star.
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  • On August 16, 1977, on the eve of another comeback tour, Elvis overdosed on prescription medication and died.
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  • After a successful musical comeback and a few endorsement deals, it looks like Spears is here to stay.
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  • In 1999, he was shot nine times and then dropped from Columbia Records before making a comeback.
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  • However a larger Godzilla Junior makes a comeback at the end of the film.
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  • Well, that's actually good advice, as these pesky little parasitic insects are making a comeback.
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  • Including majorettes in school bands is making a comeback after a lull in recent years and the role of the majorette team is growing.
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  • She hesitated, trying to think of a good comeback.
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  • The company states this quite plainly in their replies, thereby they have a way to absolve themselves of any potential comeback.
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  • after-hours tango clubs are making a big comeback.
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  • Britney has failed to set the charts alight with her comeback track Me Against The Music.
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  • anticipate a major comeback.
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  • During this period Frankie should have cemented his comeback with a cameo appearance that would have been seen the world over.
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  • Britney to design baby clothes Britney Spears is planning to launch her own designs in baby clothes Britney Spears is planning to launch her own designs in baby clothes in a career comeback.
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  • Indiana Jones is about to make a pretty big comeback.
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  • Were you roundly booed in Stoke during the first comeback gig - why?
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  • capstan head has made a comeback, along with lever taps.
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  • Britney to design baby clothes Britney Spears is planning to launch her own designs in baby clothes in a career comeback.
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  • comeback from a shoulder injury.
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  • Match of the day was a stirring comeback from Thierry Lincou that fell just short against world number one Amr Shabana.
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  • Those whose sites get de-indexed anticipate a major comeback.
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  • John mounted another comeback with 1992's The One, which went double platinum.
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  • He made a brief comeback in 1970 in a show called Jokers Wild.
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  • The old Plaid Cymru guard are talking about staging a comeback in a last ditch attempt to save the party.
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  • Rangers produced a stirring second-half comeback to claim maximum points away to reigning champions Cogenhoe.
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  • In an admirable display of defense in the second half Bedford resisted a spirited comeback from Epsom conceding just one late try.
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  • Barrister and wit F.E. Smith was the master of the snappy comeback.
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  • Winger Jon-Paul McGovern may continue on the right hand side of midfield after making his long-awaited comeback in last week's defeat at Crewe.
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  • Following last season's unfortunate relegation to Division 2, the Academicals are planning a triumphant comeback.
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  • Embrace are set to celebrate their remarkable comeback with a major outdoor gig right in the heart of Leeds.
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  • comeback trail.
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  • comeback gig was at the arts center here.
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  • comeback album Switch, released in September.
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  • comeback stadium tour in the summer.
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  • comeback kid think he could pull it off one more time?
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  • comeback king Noel Edmonds, 56, won the Best Daytime Show trophy for Channel 4 hit show Deal or No Deal.
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  • Brian Deane could make a surprise comeback on the bench.
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  • Of course, Intel did have a few years to plan its comeback and sort out a new CPU and memory architecture.
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  • Reading bettered this comeback on Sunday, overturning a 2-0 half time deficit, to overcome Germany's Club an der Alster 4-3.
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  • forehand winners at 9 all to set a platform for a comeback to take place.
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  • Racist golliwog toy makes a comeback Sales of golliwog toy makes a comeback Sales of Golliwogs are booming again after years of being ostracized from the toy box.
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  • groin strain then suffered his Achilles injury in his comeback game for the reserves.
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  • So does the comeback kid think he could pull it off one more time?
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  • However, only the greatest of athletes could have accomplished what he has, winning three championships, retiring, then mounting a comeback and winning an additional three championships, as well as all of his other accolades.
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  • Tawny Kitaen seemed to make a small comeback when she guest-starred on an episode of Seinfeld and hosted the show America's Funniest People in the early nineties.
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  • As rumors swirled that pop diva Britney Spears would be appearing at several House of Blues shows during the week of April 30, 2007, fans scooped up tickets in hopes that they could catch a glimpse of her comeback tour.
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  • Of course, many speculated that her hours spent at the dance studio meant that she was training for a comeback.
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  • Joe Simpson recently expressed an interest in managing Britney's comeback career.
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  • After being out of the limelight for a few years, Paul Abdul made a huge comeback in 2002, when she started regularly appearing as one of three judges on the reality music show, American Idol.
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  • Sheridan made her comeback on Desperate Housewives, but is rumored to have had celebrity implants long before her sultry character Edie Britt ever graced the small screen.
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  • Is Garth Brooks ready to make a comeback?
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  • Sweetin got her life back on track and started to make a comeback when she hosted Fuse TV's Pants-Off Dance Off from 2006 to 2007.
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  • After his retirement from boxing, he returned to acting, but it wasn't until 2005's Sin City that he made a real comeback.
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  • Phillips joins other 80's entertainers like Tawny Kitaen and Robert Downey Jr. (though he's made a comeback) who have been arrested for the same crime.
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  • He is said to be considering making a comeback to the world of wrestling, at the age of 56.
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  • Heigl was expected to return mid-season to reprise her role as Dr. Izzie Stevens and had been in "talks" with the studio regarding her comeback.
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  • Knowing how much she loved the spotlight, there's always the chance that Joey Heatherton will make a big, splashy comeback one day!
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  • Sade has made yet another comeback, releasing a single called Soldier of Love in late 2009.
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  • Soldier of Love, the album, hit the charts at number one and has solidified the band's comeback.
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  • One report suggests that the comeback tour he was launching just before his death was pushed on him by his advisors because he needed the money that badly.
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  • Straight skirts - Straight skirts are definitely making a comeback, and girls' straight skirts paired with tailored blouses offer a different rockabilly alternative.
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  • However, when the jeans made a comeback in the early 2000s, the focus was more on showing off as much skin as possible.
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  • Why have leggings succeeded in making such a major comeback?
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  • Wooden kitchen countertops and island tops are making a comeback as materials such as bamboo offer new, sustainable design options.
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  • In the last couple of years, Celtic jewelry has made a comeback and is now seeing a swell of popularity.
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  • Today, these rings are making a comeback and there are many museum quality reproductions available.
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  • Once associated solely with the 1980s, leggings made quite a stunning comeback in the late 20th century.
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  • The babydoll style is also making a comeback, so strut your stuff in a trendy plus size baby doll tunic worn over a denim pencil skirt or dressy black slacks.
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  • However, large "granny glasses" have been making a comeback in recent years among hipsters.
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  • Gone were the lackluster Chianti's of the 1950's and 1960's and good Chianti began making its comeback as a well respected, well balanced wine.
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  • Although it is been mocked by wine connoisseurs in the past, wine in a box is making a comeback and the quality might surprise you.
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  • Quickly making a fashion comeback, brunettes are proving that blondes don't always have the most fun.
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  • The style, made popular by punk rockers in the 1980s, has made a comeback.
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  • Although a mullet hairstyle is typically considered a dated 1980s hair trend, it is making a modern comeback in the world of emo and punk fashion.
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  • All joking aside, spiral perms are still in style and making a major comeback thanks to pop starlet Taylor Swift.
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  • Whether it be micro bikinis or tankinis, each year features the introduction or comeback of one particular style.
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  • In the past few years the one-piece suit has been making a comeback, and thanks to new cut-out and figure flattering styles, it's had a very glamorous comeback indeed.
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  • While the bikini took over in the 80s and 90s, the one piece has started to make a comeback.
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  • Today, these bathing caps are making a big comeback with the frenzy over all things retro.
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  • Some of the original talking animals are making a big comeback with a whole new generation of kids and adult collectors.
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  • While acid-washes and completely ripped apart jeans aren't as emergent in modern fashion, skinny jeans have made a huge comeback and have gone from the runway to retailer.
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  • Legwarmers made a brief comeback on the runway in 2005, but they didn't enjoy the same popularity they did in the 80s.
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  • Of course, some stood out more than others - and some have even made a comeback in the new millennium!
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  • The maxi dress is making a comeback, while other trendy fashions like peasant tops and rompers may be hot one year and less popular the next.
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  • Short sundresses will be easy to find, but even maxi-type sundresses are making a comeback.
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  • That inspiration continues at the onset of fall, when the cozy, airy piece makes its comeback.
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  • George Foreman had been a reputable boxer since the 1960's, but in the 1990's enjoyed a comeback after regaining the heavyweight world championship at forty-five years old.
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  • But, like all kinds of traditions and fads, the handy electric can opener that gets installed under the counter has once again made a comeback.
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  • If you're lucky, you'll get to play a wild "Stunt Double," the "Blockbuster" or the coveted "Comeback" tile.
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  • Ballroom dancing has really made a comeback thanks to the popular reality television show "Dancing with the Stars."
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  • Perhaps one of the actors is choosing this film to launch a comeback in their career.
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  • However, in the 1960s, she made a comeback with A Night to Remember (1958) and The Square Peg (1959).
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  • Luckily for women everywhere, the platform shoe of the 70s has made a comeback and it shows no sign of walking out the fashion door any time soon.
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  • You can wear platform sandals like those that were big in the 1970s that are making their comeback now, or [[Wedge Shoes|wedges that have been around most of the season.
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  • Now that flats have made a comeback, low heel prom shoes can be stylish and comfortable solutions for a teenage girl's big night out.
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  • Peep toes: Peep toed pumps, originally popular in the 1940s, have made a comeback in recent years.
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  • These shoes enjoyed quite a comeback in recent years, and Melissa makes them look much more wearable and stylish than those old shoes you wore back in the 1980s.
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  • In late 2009, the company was reportedly trying to make a comeback.
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  • While Axion's heyday seemed to be in the 1990s, there's no reason to think the company can't make a comeback.
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  • Wedge sandals have made a major comeback over the last few years.
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  • Sometimes I wish I had a good comeback lines for some things.
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  • Nathan mounts a comeback, as Haley goes to the recording studio.
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  • However, while they had seemed to disappear for a period of time, they are now making somewhat of a comeback.
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  • Fast forward 15 years and 30 lbs, and it's not quite as hot when your midlife crisis pulls you back into the gym for a comeback.
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  • Kettlebell routines have been around for hundreds of years, but recently made a comeback as a popular form of strength training.
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  • You can expect this comeback kid to stick around for awhile because a well planned kettlebell routine can get your heart pumping as you perform strength training exercises that double as cardio.
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  • Learn the basic flirting phrases in French language and be ready with a snappy comeback during your next flirtatious encounter.
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  • Healthy curves soon went out of style, but if the growing interest in enhancing underwear is any indication, they might be on the verge of a comeback.
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  • He was about to embark on another comeback tour the night he died.
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  • First made popular by the glamorous movie stars of the 1930s, the half-moon or 'reverse French manicure' has made a comeback in recent years.
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  • Todd Bridges, who played his brother Willis, faced many years of drug addiction before cleaning up his act and eventually making a comeback when he appeared on the series Skating with Celebrities.
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  • The store has many locations, and after being forced to close several stores in the early part of the 21st century due to economic conditions, aBalducci made an impressive comeback in 2010, opening several new East Coast stores.
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  • Those who had predicted the 2006 Grammy Awards would herald the comeback of Mariah Carey were proven wrong on February 8th when U2 walked away with five statues, including the coveted Album of the Year and Song of the Year titles.
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