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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Problems sleeping and the resulting fatigue may occur due to waking up in the middle of the night because of hot flashes or the need to go to the bathroom, which can lead to trouble falling back to sleep.
I ended up falling back and getting hit in the left rear corner and spin out and go from a potential top-seven finish to 32nd or 35th or whatever it was.
The clouds are falling back toward the sun, against the rapidly outflowing streams of ionized gas known as the solar wind.
Non-residential construction in July dropped 6 percent, falling back from a resurgent June which witnessed the strongest nonresidential total so far in 1993.
Wine continues to dominate, but consumption is falling back
SANTA BARBARA - There are worse places than Santa Barbara to come falling back down to earth, although it's doubtful Pepperdine takes any solace in the fact that its drop from the cloud it was walking on after upsetting USC on Thursday landed them along this picturesque coastline.