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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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We'll probably look at maybe touring it later," says Matt of The Art of Falling Apart, which has soundscapes by Wizards of Twiddly's Simon James.
New Director Fiction - Falling Apart, Brian Hill (C4)
Back with her mother in San Francisco, Rebecca was nearly falling apart until an abortion at the age of 14 stunned her and her mother.
Not only does it seem that small craters are falling apart, but some mysterious process has apparently moved the debris over distances of several kilometers, blanketing and smoothing over other pockmarked features on the surface, Chapman adds.
He and I sometimes seen to be the only syndicated columnists not convinced that the United States is terminal, just falling apart where we stand.
What was once looking rosy in the garden is falling apart at the seams.
I am 70 years young now and see the country falling apart.
Real Roseanne'' seeks to follow in the ``Osbournes'' tradition of casting her family as wacky sitcom characters and in the ``Project Greenlight'' story line of a rudderless production falling apart but is far too self-conscious in its efforts: She recruits a ``face reader'' to appraise showrunner candidates for her cooking series.