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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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In Then It Fell Apart, Moby, the once globally famous musician, picks up where his first memoir, Porcelain, left off, sharing unending stories of drugs, sex, and rock and roll.
No, the world as we know it almost fell apart when I learned of another terrible event, a trauma mercifully avoided, which none of us knew about until now: Sarah Silverman, American princess (notice the word I left out, because I am actually being completely earnest right now), and the unofficial mascot of this column, almost died last week.
He surmised that it was the students' fault the books fell apart so quickly.
When Things Fell Apart: State Failure in Late-Century Africa
As her career-based life as a lawyer fell apart, Kathryn abandons the comfortable familiarity of Los Angeles.
"We went into the market to exclusively sell 447-449 Fulton Street last May, and had an offer for $11.4 million, but the deal fell apart. Fast forward six months, and we just sold 447-449 Fulton at an increment of $500,000 and closed on a sister property (497-501), on the same street a few blocks further north concomitantly, for an equal amount.'"
Their suspension fell apart and crumbled like a house of cards.
COUNCILLOR Eddie Clein has laid out clear issues of importance that should be established to ascertain why the Fourth Grace, or should it be Dis Grace project fell apart. In this, he has our utmost support.