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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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All Things Fall Apart has played to packed theaters at several film festivals, including the Miami International Film Festival, the Atlanta Film Festival, the Aruba International Film Festival and the Peachtree Village International Film Festival in Atlanta, with more than 20 foreign territories sold to-date.
aIn order for GERB to fall apart, I have to fall apart.
My only gripe is that they tend to fall apart quite easily, especially when I tried spreading a topping on to them.
Things Fall Apart has become a required text in schools throughout Africa and the English-speaking world.
While working for the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation, he composed his first novel, Things Fall Apart (1959), at a time when Nigerian prose fiction was represented solely by the fantastic folklore romances of Amos Tutuola and the popular stories of urban life of Cyprian Ekwensi.
The fourth collection by Ellen Dorewatson (Director of the Poetry Center at Smith College), This Sharpening is an anthology of brief, free-verse poems devoted to marriage, divorce, the longings of love, the pain of seeing love fall apart, and the consolation of motherhood when a long marriage ends.
Scores of telescopes are watching a comet fall apart, and the main show may be only beginning.
I've been here long enough to know that over a comma in a sentence a deal can fall apart," he said.
Unfortunately for those same shareholders, the Mexican deal did not fall apart.
But the effort seemed to fall apart earlier this month when the suffragists' statue confronted, well, the statue of a man.
Meanwhile, VEFA, one of the few pyramid schemes that did not completely fall apart, sought to reassure investors late Saturday with a television ad in which it promised to repay their capital.