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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Two league matches also fell foul of the weather, while the fixture which was played produced a goalless draw between New Hartley and Gateshead.
However, when the county game also fell foul of the weather it was too late to rearrange other potential fixtures.
Wayne Jeffery, 42, fell foul of a bizarre state law which bans police and fire officers from smoking while on and off duty.
DEAN McKEOWN and Robert Winston both fell foul of the stewards at Southwell, picking up two and four days bans respectively.
The Lamborghini Gallardo and Ford GT owned by former Formula One champion Hill were being used for the launch of a new range of watches when they fell foul of a traffic warden.
A total of seven riders fell foul of the Chepstow stewards on Saturday following the two-mile handicap chase won by Carl Llewellyn on Va Vavoom.
Rangers' Jan Derks and Dundee United's Willie Pettigrew both fell foul of the game's ruling body when they lost their tempers at matches between 13-year-olds.
The Independent Television Commis-sion upheld complaints about the programmes, saying they fell foul of its programme code.
A FOOTBALL yob fell foul of a two-mile ban around his team's ground - when they moved to a new stadium a mile from his home.
Steve Marshall, who took out a permit last season, suffered when his horses then fell foul of a virus, but it was smiles all round after he landed his first success with Gimme Shelter in the staying handicap hurdle.
Williamson fell foul of the whip guidelines covering Grade and Group One contests following his ride on Direct Route in the Queen Mother Champion Chase last Wednesday.