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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Arthurson tried for two and a half years to get a Canadian agent and publisher for Fall from Grace.
His fall from grace is spectacular - and it was nothing to do with his race.
IT'S hard to know whether the latest ugly political catastrophe of former President Bill Clinton will be his final fall from grace.
credit crunch, Asia's continued recession, Brazil's fall from grace, and the aftershocks of the summer's stock market swoon.
Lifelong Toon fan Chopra, 25, (above) has watched the Magpies' amazing fall from grace, hiring eight managers in five years.
The Tipperary man is looking for a new club having seen his current side Drogheda United fall from grace.
It stops just short of Job,'' Weaver jokes about Alice's fall from grace.
Anyway, it's easy to decry the Heisman's fall from grace, providing you think there was something sacred about it to begin with.
THOSE with only a passing knowledge of World War II history will probably be unfamiliar with the shock fall from grace of Winston Churchill.
Whereas Leaf had been combative after his fall from grace in Kansas City, cursing out a cameraman and later cussing out a local reporter who dared to ask him about it, he was a study in contrition Sunday.
McCann may have lost his starting job and suffered a shoulder injury that will require surgery, but his fall from grace hasn't been as precipitous as the rest of the Bruins.
the largest in-house publisher of interactive entertainment software, today announced the release to retailers of The Rise and Rule of Ancient Empires, an empire-building strategy game where players establish ancient civilizations and navigate their rise to glory or fall from grace.