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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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They come out of the gravel pits and rocks are falling off the trucks because of improper loading.
It's conceivable in little places here and there in some future earthquake that we might have land areas drop down below sea level, but considering the region we are in, this myth of California falling off into the sea is wishful thinking on the part of people in Las Vegas who want oceanfront property.
A RYTON policeman has paid a touching tribute to his teenage daughter who died of a brain haemorrhage after falling off her bike.
The Coldplay frontman - who married Paltrow two weeks ago - suffered a gashed finger after falling off his surfboard.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a cyclist was seriously injured apparently falling off his bike.
Right-handed pitchers, when they're falling off the mound, I still have a tendency to bunt to the right side of the infield,'' the speedy Roberts said.
Despite the machine falling off, I think they are rather friendly.
A BOY aged 11 is to stand trial in Greece after falling off his bike during a race.
The boy, from the island of Chios in the eastern Aegean, has been ordered to appear in court on October 13 for allegedly breaking nine traffic laws by falling off his bicycle during an annual race.
Short of a leg falling off, Sparks will be ready for Melena come league finals.
Instead of a little boy falling off his bike, now he's falling off his scooter.
The man said he was OK and mumbled some incoherent words before riding a few more feet and falling off his bike.