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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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BLOEMFONTEIN (South Africa) : South Africa is not "falling apart" and the ruling African National Congress (ANC) can run the continent's biggest economy, President Jacob Zuma said, as he sought to dispel the concerns of rating agencies and investors about sluggish growth.
UNESCO is not falling apart; trust me, it is NOT falling apart.
"America is falling apart, make no mistake about it," said Rendell, who added that there was a $2.2 billion shortfall in funding infrastructure currently.
At the beginning, I scotch-taped them, and when I saw they were falling apart again, I decided to sew them up."
Jennifer Lopez's American Idol deal is apparently in danger of falling apart due to "unreasonable demands" according to US reports.
"If the Bibles are well used and falling apart it shows your congregation isn''t!
PAULA RADCLIFFE was at pains last night to insist she is not falling apart.
"She sounded very stunned when she heard the latest news and said the case seemed no screen falling apart," her lawyer said.
DAVID MOYES fears Everton's once promising season is in danger of falling apart like a house of cards.