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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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When Things Fell Apart is an analysis based upon statistical evidence presented in the appendix, which is part four of the book.
When she didn't have her family, it all fell apart.
Williams fell apart and went on to lose 6-4, 6-0 and said: "I don't think it was a very fair call.
Dyer said: "I remember under Souness we were going great guns, but the injuries came at the wrong time and we fell apart.
Richardson, who leased the laser-tag center on a month-to-month basis, said he could not pay the rent after his attempt to sell the business fell apart when the property owner declined to enter into an extended lease with Q-Zar.
A LORRY owner hanged himself after his life fell apart because he was wrongly jailed, an inquest heard yesterday.
Buck'' McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, amended an unrelated bill and prohibited the dump from being built in the national forest, and plans for the Elsmere Canyon Landfill fell apart.
JOHNNY Vaughan suffered a really embarrassing moment on his wedding night - his lucky underpants fell apart.
In ``The Carol Burnett Show: Show Stoppers,'' Burnett and her co-stars present a bunch of clips in which they fell apart midsketch (there's no attempt to explain what the sketches were supposed to be about; they're irrelevant).
The fish cooked nicely and didn't stick too much but fell apart at the end, although it was juicy inside.
2 Davenport fell apart in a second-set tiebreaker against Anne-Gaelle Sidot before recovering.