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- n. A waterfall.
- n. Plural form of fall.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fall.
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- n. a steep descent of the water of a river
- n. the petals or sepals of a flower that bend downward (especially the outer perianth of an iris)
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We apply such a link in the sentence ˜the number 2 falls under the concept prime number™; it is contained in the words ˜falls under™, which need to be completed in two ways
Mother _falls fainting at his feet, as Curtain falls upon a strong and moral, though undeniably gloomy dénoûment.
This is a grand river, but obstructed by many falls and rapids on its way to join the St. Lawrence; which caused us to make many portages, and so we arrived on the 31st at _Kettle falls_.
Her name falls loaded, for an instant he does not respond.
The expression falls to a frown, though, when Megan pulls out her Walkman, puts on headphones, and leans against the mirror with her eyes closed.
This isn't us vs. them, all or none, etc.etc. so using the word "BOTH" sides in the title falls right into the busheep playbook.
Thus the title falls in with one of Portia's appeals to Shylock, “We do pray for mercy, and that same prayer doth teach us all to render the deeds of mercy.”
Thus the title falls in with one of Portia's appeals to Shylock, "We do pray for mercy, and that same prayer doth teach us all to render the deeds of mercy."
Snakes on a Plane, and the schlocky potential of the title falls away.
When it's obvious that he's not ready to assume the duties of a kung fu warrior, the duty of teaching him to become worthy of the title falls to master Shifu (Dustin Hoffman).