Falling

[Alison Moyet song] `Falling` is vocalist Alison Moyet`s only single of 1993 and first single from the album Essex. The single failed to enter the UK top 40, peaking at #42 for a total of three weeks. Moyet`s previous single `Hoodoo` failed to chart in the UK top 100 at all. A promotional video was created for the single. Due to the disappo...
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falling

[adj] - decreasing in amount or degree 2. [adj] - coming after the climax especially of a dramatic or narrative plot 3. [adj] - becoming lower or less in degree or value 4. [adj] - suddenly losing an upright position
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Falling

Fall'ing adjective & noun from Fall , intransitive verb Falling away , Falling off , etc. See To fall away , To fall off , etc., under Fall , intransitive verb -- Falling band , t...
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falling

From Fall, Falling away, Falling off, etc. See To fall away, To fall off, etc, under Fall, Falling band, the plain, broad, linen collar turning down over the doublet, worn in the early part of the 17th century. ... <medicine> Falling sickness See Shooting star. Falling stone, a stone falling through the atmosphere; a meteorite; an aerolite. F...
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falling

adjective decreasing in amount or degree; `falling temperature`
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Falling

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Fall • (a. & n.) from Fall, v. i.
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Falling

[execution] Throwing or dropping people from great heights has been used as a form of execution since ancient times. People executed in this way die from injuries caused by hitting the ground at high velocity. In ancient Delphi the sacrilegious were hurled from the top of the Hyampeia, the high crag of the Phaedriades to the east of the Cas...
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Falling

[Melba Moore song] `Falling` is a 1986 single by Melba Moore. The single was a follow-up to `A Little Bit More` her number one soul single with Freddie Jackson. Just as she had done with her previous single, `Falling` peaked at number one on the soul singles chart, for one week. ...
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Falling

[sensation] A sensation of falling occurs when the labyrinth or vestibular apparatus, a system of fluid-filled passages in the inner ear, detects changes in acceleration. This sensation can occur when a person begins to fall, which in terms of mechanics amounts to a sudden acceleration increase from zero to roughly 9.8 m/s2. If the body is ...
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Falling

[accident] Falling is the second leading cause of accidental death worldwide and is a major cause of personal injury, especially for the elderly. Builders, electricians, miners, and painters are occupations with high rates of fall injuries. The World Health Organization estimates that as of 2010 that 540,000 people die from falls. ==Causes=...
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Falling

A very important part of the learning process.
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Falling

[game] Falling is a real-time card game from James Ernest in which all players are falling from the sky for no apparent reason. The object of the game is to hit the ground last. As the box copy says, `It`s not much of a goal, but it`s all you could think of on the way down.` The game has an uncommon element in card games, in that one player...
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