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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Jockey Club executive director Christopher Foster said under questioning during Sunday's Panorama programme that only one person had fallen foul of the rule.
SIMON Webbe has fallen foul of the boys in Blue - the police, that is.
No doubt our story revealing someone has destroyed a police safety camera in South Tyneside would have raised a chuckle among drivers who have fallen foul of speed cameras.
But today's deadline has also fallen foul of last-minute queries.
McCartney has fallen foul of neighbours in Notting Hill, west London, by building the cubicle on the roof terrace of her pounds 4 million home.
HAVING fallen foul of the stewards at Windsor last night, where he received a pounds 6,000 fine, Sir Michael Stoute will be keen to recoup losses and Scrummage can help him along the way in the Lord McGowan Handicap at Sandown today (7.
BUILDING company George Wimpey has fallen foul of the housing slowdown.