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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Off track all the pieces are falling into place and we have now taken full control of our own destiny -- I am absolutely certain that what we are putting in place gives us the very best platform to guarantee future success, both in our motor racing and broader automotive interests, and when you consider what we have already achieved, against the background of so many uncertainties, I think we can guarantee that we have a very bright future," said the Lotus chief whose team was last week given permission by the FIA and F1 Commission to be renamed Caterham from the 2012 season.
She couldn't play tennis because she was injured and she wanted to do something with animals, and everything just started falling into place.
Sabine Rose's life seems to be falling into place at her new high school.
The 1988 US Masters champion said: "Noel told me to speed up my swing and it all seems to be falling into place.