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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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As we were walking towards the exit, he kicked my friend on his face and caused him to fall down over the stairs," the friend said.
Operating completely outside the grid, We All Fall Down is the product of a previously unknown, or at least, unhyped quantity, Martin Cummins.
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But its lead is stunning: "Early one evening my son, then 2 years old, became very excited while standing in front of our television set, pointing to the screen saying, 'Man fall down, Mommy, man fall down.
Her love interest David, a fellow dog walker, tries to help her, but manages to fall down too.
It's lucky there was a bit of a ledge Lola could stay on because the fall down was much further.
His wife Margaret, daughter Natalie and son Alan junior were arrested on suspicion of murder but none of them admitted to seeing him fall down the stairs and there was not enough evidence to press charges.
At first he didn't fall down into the river itself, he fell down on to a bush.