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Fall Down

In the context of general equities, may not be able to produce as indicated in one's advertised market, due to less help (than anticipated) from other parties or due to changing market conditions.

Fall Down

Informal; to be or become unable to deliver a good, service, or return as promised due to lack of cooperation by partners in a deal and/or changing conditions in the market. For example, if a consultant does not deliver a finished product to his client because his research contractors did not perform their duties, that consultant is said to have fallen down.
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He said the injuries were consistent with a fall down the stairs.
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Recording a verdict of accidental death, the Westminster coroner Dr Paul Knapman said: "The steps are a perfectly ordinary set of steps - steps that can be seen in many areas of London, and which, from time to time, people do fall down.
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EL SEGUNDO - At the Kings' practice rink in El Segundo on Saturday morning, dozens of proud parents peered through puck-proof glass, watching the mighty mites on the ice absorb some of sports' harder lessons, such as how to swing a hockey stick without falling down, how to corner on skates without falling down and how to fall down without staying down.
A Preservation Society spokesman said: "Hedgehogs have very bad eyesight, which means they often fall down holes.