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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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On the Alternative Investment Market, heavy two-way trading activity was seen in the internet stocks Pacific Media and Medi@invest as both of their respective share prices fell away from the dizzy heights of all-time highs.
Llangefni then fell away as Williams went on to pocket a hat-trick with further goals on 98 and 110 minutes.
But in searing heat at the Spanish resort, the team from Bedwas firm Chemical Corporation fell away on the back nine holes to finish 10th out of the 19 competing nations.
Katherine Ferguson, 47, was standing on top of a portable stairway at Palma Airport in Majorca when it fell away from the jet's doorway.
The West Ilsley trainer's patience with Lady Zonda was rewarded with a romp under Chris Catlin as she refound her form after a 73-day absence after her form fell away following a good fourth in Listed company at Ascot.
Curbishley still wants more money to bolster his side's promotion push and said: "We fell away last season and I don't want that to happen again.
After the fall of the tyrants, many who had supported the Church fell away, some because they had supported it for political reasons, some because the new-found "freedom" led to a desire for the luxuries, or even the necessities, of life, or for a release from sexual restraint, in an understandable wish to imitate what they thought the West was like.