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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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But that day I had fallen off twice, my trainer made clear to me something that I had never considered: The fact that I was falling off more frequently than usual was a good thing.
When the tree is left with only one leaf, Fletcher climbs up onto the branch and tries to keep it from falling off.
Those avocados that do not reach full size before falling off the tree develop from flowers that were never pollinated, either because of inclement weather that spoiled the pollen or lack of bees in your neighborhood.
Japanese airlines reported in the fiscal year to March 31 a total of 159 incidents of parts falling off aircraft, up from 96 reported in the previous year, a transport ministry survey made available Sunday showed.
A TEENAGER has suffered serious injuries after falling off the back of a bus.
In support of its stance, the FMCA notes that while acknowledging ISRI's procedures would greatly reduce the likelihood of loose material falling off the vehicle, none of the evidence provided by opponents was convincing enough for the FMCA to change its stance.
You don't see bare pine trees because a few needles are dying, falling off, and being replaced all the time instead of all at once, like deciduous trees.
A man left paralysed after falling off a bar stool while drunk lost his pounds 1 million damages claim in the High Court in Belfast yesterday.
Ask players to walk around all four boards, without falling off, returning to their home boards.
THE DEAD LEAVES WE ARE WALKING ON BUILT THEIR OWN REPLACEMENTS BEFORE FALLING OFF THE TREE.