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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Here are the reasons a fall away arrow rest can improve accuracy and thus bolster your shooting confidence.
In practice, the solid bits tend to fall away from the liquid, so Herzberg and others have proposed instead that komatiites could come from peridotite with only a small degree of melting but at very high pressures.
The crucial difference between Enterprises that could survive a protracted labor lockout at western ports and those that will fall away is that those concentrating on demand management and planning will weather any continuing supply chain problems, according to Demand Management, Inc.
It's also, even more fuzzily, about how the difficulties of racism, war and economics all fall away in the best of all possible heavens - which you'll know when you see it by its 18 exquisitely landscaped holes.
The nymphs make the cones from the sap of the eucalyptus tree, causing leaves to weaken and fall away.
Based on NorAm's current debt maturity schedule, these restrictive covenants could fall away as early as Sept.
The walls start to fall away, and your ears open up.
Pursuant to agreements with both LARMAG and LEA, all monies advanced by IPC were secured against the shares of LEA as well as LEA's interest in the Joint Venture, which security was to fall away upon receipt of the Government's approval of the assignment to IPC.
The Monarchs (2-1) watched their 12-game victory streak fall away.