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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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According to police, some children were playing near the gate of Farooqiyya Park in E-Block, Sir Syed Town when suddenly it fell upon them.
After cloud seeding using Cassa and Hercules C-130 planes, rain finally fell upon (the provincial capital) Pekanbaru.
The leader was rescued unharmed by delegates, who fell upon the attacker before him being driven out by security.
Their encore included Pack of Thieves, Zzzonked and during Constellations a shower of tiny stars fell upon the sweaty crowd who staggered out of the gig looking tarred and feathered.
The hell won't fall that fell upon Baghdad and Coventry.
It considers the rise of Elva, its widespread industry influence, and how it fell upon hard times to eventually fade into relatively obscurity.
Suspicion immediately fell upon Mr Fielden because of his past and his drug addiction, Teesside Crown Court heard yesterday.
lt;p>This 30 year old company fell upon hard times starting in 2007.
On my visit, I fell upon a book signing at The Revolution Bar, in Mathew Street.
Their pleadings that they were going to the school and that they had nothing to do with the unfortunate death of their camel fell upon deaf ears.
velvet hair fell upon a trimmed waist, her legs were refined to curve
It looks at relations between Poland and Russia before 1939, the Russian invasion, the nature of the Stalinist terror that fell upon occupied Poland, the role of propaganda, the massacre itself and how after 1940 those in power came to terms with what had happened.