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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Other metrics in the quarter fell short of expectations, including a gross margin miss of 50 basis points.
It was in the accounting of the Top Ten Most Wanted that the PNP fell short as it only arrested some 4,700 of their 22,000 target last year.
Madeline Robison fell short of qualifying for the finals, clearing 8 feet, 6 inches.
Total tax collection numbers indicate that it got 13.4 per cent more than the previous fiscal but fell short of the revised target of 18 per cent.
In-form Andy Kimberlin then responded with 75 but Kiddy fell short on 206 for eight from a reduced 43 overs.
Revenue also jumped 17.9 per cent to $26.9bn, but fell short of analysts' forecasts as the firm lost more customers in its video and phone businesses than expected.
Clarks said his actions fell short of the ethics of the "family owned" retailer, founded in 1825.
James Barnes-Miller, Ben Moore and Owen Pick, who all missed out on a podium place in snowboard cross earlier this week, again fell short of a medal in the banked slalom.
In reply, UBL could score 186:7 and fell short of 11 runs.
Budget revenues fell short of projections by about four percent and expenditures by nearly five percent in the first half of this year.
The results, which fell short of analyst expectations, came despite progress toward Microsoft's restructuring goals, which hope to trade its PC business for profits from the cloud.
"He's a great kid and fell short of the levels we were looking for but he certainly didn't fall short in his attitude and application," said Steven Pressley.