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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Lukinuk and Fallen speculate it could be the Iraq War, SARS (since 2000), border crossing issues with increased security since Sept.
Two small caves about 15 kilometers west of Jerusalem are littered with fallen speleothems.
9 percent and has fallen about 12 percent so far in 2001; the production of communications equipment and semiconductors remained especially weak.
Waldock and Millicent Bell as to whether Adam and Eve are fallen before the fall.
The first penitentiary for the institutional reclamation of fallen women was established in London in 1806.
In autumn, mulch fallen leaves into the soil to add nutrients and humus.
Any resident who has fallen will be screened by a physical therapist, who will ascertain if the fall was related to underlying balance or strength deficits.
7 percent gain in the production of paper materials, which had fallen sharply in November and December, was largely offset by further declines in chemicals and textiles.
These firsthand accounts "helped to make the idea of fallen stone more acceptable [in England] than it would have been based solely on published reports," Marvin says.
if an individual had fallen, the critical areas were looked at immediately.