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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Looking at the rate at which nonfinancial corporate issuers became fallen angels in the period 1999 through 2013, Moody's finds a spike in the likelihood of becoming a fallen angel during the 2001-03 recession, but no corresponding elevation during 2008-09 great recession.
The question, "Have you fallen in the past year?" is quick and easy to ask and accurately identifies those at high risk for falls and those not at high risk for injurious falls in the following 6 months.
At the 12-month follow-up, the researchers found that only 25% of respondents had fallen during the previous 6 months, a statistically significant decline from baseline.
A pilot study was conducted and 10 charts were reviewed for children who had fallen; additional child specific fall risk factors were identified in the pilot study.
If you've ever tripped over a curb or fallen off your bike, you know about the painful scrapes and bruises that can take days to heal.
Japan's jobless rate has fallen to 4.2 percent now from a peak of 5.8 percent in March 2003.
NOSTA's executive director, Bruce Fallen, says there are four categories in tourism and recreation.
Those who had fallen [greater than or equal to] 2 times reported that they had a fear of falling more often (76% vs.
Outside the top 50, the biggest fall was in Caracas, Venezuela, where the occupancy cost has fallen by 30% over the last year to $20.62/sq ft/annum.
Whole life, which had fallen out of favor in preceding years, and term life also recently registered gains.
Before that, the last known to have fallen was in 1969.