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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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The Blues are now set to appoint a member of staff to ensure the whereabouts of players are kept up to date to avoid falling foul of football authorities again.
The workshop, which will take place on January 14, is being in conjunction with Gamlins Solicitors and will explore employee incentives and benefits, how to advertise vacancies and how to interview recruits without falling foul of the law.
Mr Smith, from Tain in Rossshire, Scotland, founded his group after learning of a woman who had lost her home and her job after falling foul of speed cameras.
Radcliffe highlighted the cases of triathlete Tim Don and judo player Peter Cousins, both of whom won their appeals after falling foul of the 'three-strikes' regulation.
* ONE singer that will not be falling foul of IMRO requests for credits on CD covers is Shawn Cuddy.