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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Milevaz, reached at his home, said he was going only 3 or 4 mph when his friend fell off the truck.
The panel covering the Dreamliner's AC bay fell off on the runway after the screws attached to the body panel came off," the spokesperson said.
According to the Mirror, Rooney, who maintained his record of scoring in every qualifier he played on the road to Rio, said that the band fell off just before he score the header and he did not have time to put it on back, adding that the fact that it fell off had however, helped him to direct the ball better.
As per detail in the precincts of Cantt Police Station at Bank Road a 50 year old man namely Tanveer fell off from the roof of a shopping center at night and died on the spot.
A police spokesperson explained that when the 18-year-old started the car, the 29-year-old lost her balance and fell off, severely injuring her head.
Manila: A bus carrying supporters of a local politician fell off a cliff in the mountainous northern Philippines yesterday, killing 12 people, a police spokesman said.
At least 32 people were killed and 21 others injured when a private tourist bus carrying pilgrims fell off a bridge near Osmanabad town in Maharashtra around 2 am on Saturday.
Tayside Police said two of their officers fell off bikes between January 2009 and April 2011.
A DRIVER had a narrow escape when a fridge fell off the back of a lorry in front of him.
NEWCASTLE United duo Mike Ashley and Alan Pardew had a late night gambling spree - just days after striker Andy Carroll fell off a casino bar stool.
COASTGUARDS mounted a major rescue mission after a cow fell off a cliff.
A NEW charity shop has opened in memory of Jonny Kennedy, the boy whose skin fell off.