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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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In Fall from Grace, Arthurson introduces readers to Leo Desroches, a talented journalist with a gambling problem.
Fall From Grace, by Nora Kay (Hodder & Stoughton, pounds 18.
Had Gloria read the full section of the Catechism in which she found that one paragraph, for example, she would have known that the story of the fall from grace in Eden is told in figurative language.
It finds in the Fabula de homine a seminal version of the argument, to be elaborated over Vives's career, that "man moves on a stage, mandated by God but man-made" (viii), where he strives to restore what was lost in the Edenic fall from grace.
And Budge's fall from grace, turning into a fiscally irresponsible feature-filmmaking producer after the death of his father, is given a convincing Freudian spin.
DANNY CARE'S fall from grace continues with police questioning him about an alleged sex assault.
Leo is the main character in Arthurson's second work of fiction, Fall from Grace, as well as the title character in Arthurson's next novel, A Killing Winter.
Michael Maher, defending, said: "This represents a spectacular fall from grace in the eyes of his family, friends and colleagues.
The 28-year-old will be hoping for a fresh start at Ewood Park after a fall from grace at White Hart Lane
In this documentary, journalist Jacques Peretti examines Barrymore's fall from grace.
MICHAEL Jackson's long fall from grace has taken place in the glare of the media spotlight, his every bizarre action caught on camera.
Leeds' fall from grace might be more permanent, though.