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This fall’s back-to-school season is going to look very strange.

From Vox

Though that also means banks won’t provide price stabilization should the price fall in the first day of trading.

From Fortune

For now, current regulations will not allow Cajon Valley’s program to open in the fall.

I wanted to be one of them — and in the fall of 1982, I moved into Eton Towers, my first college dorm.

From Ozy

They’re still figuring out how to handle orienting new students in the fall – a challenge they and other districts didn’t have in the spring.

We also see her physically battling Sheriff Clark, but the camera focuses on her falling to the ground.

The carpeting is worn, the furniture is falling apart, and the electricity is out for most of the day.

Where these laser-like missiles are falling out of the sky onto a city and you have to stop each of them from hitting the targets?

We have to use common sense inclusiveness, because we are quickly getting to a place where our brain is falling out.

White, upper-middle-class, Ivy-League educated white men, however Great they are, are falling out of power.

It will be no more monotonous than having one's seventh birthday or falling in love for the first time.

For who, while tears are falling, will pause to handle the wreaths, and find whether they are genuine?

The falling dew, and the howling wind raised him not from that bed of lonely despair.

During his mild régime the insurrection increased rapidly, and in one encounter he himself was very near falling a prisoner.

He walked about, stumbling over sticks and stones and stumps, sometimes falling down on soft moss, and again on the hard ground.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to falling, such as: collapsing, decreasing, descending, lowering, plunging, and sliding.

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