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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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He fell foul of some dangerous people in the past week LOCAL SOURCE ON MARTIN CLANCY MURDER
Onebe first fell foul of him when he asked about the rights of Rwandans living in Uganda, a group Obote opposed because many had served in Amin's security forces.
Likewise, it is not yet known whether any companies fell foul to the con.
NUNEATON fell foul of dubious refereeing decisions in their Jewson Division Two North tussle with visiting Stourbridge who walked away from the match with a 23-13 victory.
Iliescu, a Communist minister who fell foul of Ceausescu in the early 1970s, has ruled Romania since the dictator was ousted.
Six League One matches and six League Two matches T set for today also fell foul of the weather League One matches at Colchester, Hartlepool, Brentford, Carlisle, Rochdale and Walsall were called off.
COMMUTERS were left stranded yesterday as bus routes fell foul of the snowy conditions.
Boyd fell foul of referee Willie Collum midway through the first half as he tumbled in the box as Queens keeper Ludovic Roy met the striker .
TEES Valley Mohawks exited from the National Trophy despite beating Derby Trailblazers 93-90 in a ill-tempered, bruising encounter in which several players, coaches and one member of the crowd fell foul of the two officials.
ROMFORD trainer Paul Young fell foul of the NGRC stewards at the latest session on inquiries held on Tuesday, earning a reprimand and pounds 700 fine.
It was the latest misadventure for Merthyr-born Williams, who this week fell foul of the club after signing a first-team shirt as Pele before it was auctioned for charity.