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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Neil Auwkit, who runs Cut's Hair Design, said: "Half the shops round here are falling to pieces.
After returning from summer camp, members of the 1st St Fagans group discovered their 25-year-old tents falling to pieces.
The Belarussian came from a set down to scupper Andreas Vinciguerra yesterday, but he looked clueless in the opening exchanges and his victory was due largely to his opponent falling to pieces.
See ``Swear to Tell the Truth'' for context on Lenny's life, to find out why he turned to a life of controversy; catch the museum's presentation (some of which is excerpted in the documentary) for intriguing, (almost) unexpurgated glimpses of the man at work and falling to pieces.
Then it just started falling to pieces, so now I am left with bulging problems.