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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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He has fallen foul of the drugs authorities before after failing an internal Warwickshire drugs test for cannabis in 1987, which resulted in the club fining him pounds 500 and suspending him for one match.
A GUY Fawkes bonfire built by firefighters in Coleshill has been scrapped because it has fallen foul of new legislation which requires public bonfires to be cordoned off and monitored 24 hours a day.
Due to the fact that MyVillaRenters uses a debit/credit card system for payments none of its owners have fallen foul of this fraud.
When they lose the plot, they may well explode and tear a strip off the employee who has fallen foul of them.
Smith, who has fallen foul of whistlers recently, added sarcastically: "I'm delighted with every referee's decision being made at the moment.
A RUSSIAN tycoon who has fallen foul of the Kremlin may be seeking asylum in Britain.