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That means your best two top-half groups must fall together in one entry and your two best two bottom-half groups must be together.
Semiconductor revenue and capex rise and fall together, such that fab equipment spending generally trends along a similar path," says Dieseldorff.
Liberty has apparently deleted her Twitter account after cryptically retweeting the quote: "Sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.
There's always something immaculate about the way Hey Now Morris Fader puts a song together, of course, the way all the pieces fall together like clockwork.
People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they're right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.
Achinta Nawarathna 3 for 35 and Premnath Jaganath 2 for 32 shared the wickets to fall together with Feroz.
Mestan said the only way out would be snap general elections a the so-called "3 in 1," to be held in the fall together with the local and presidential ones.
The pounds 20 gizmo, which you plug into any mains socket, apparently works by making the voltage and current - the so-called power factor - rise and fall together, a claim we put to the Energy Saving Trust.
We did it by recognizing that we rise or we fall together as one nation - one people - all of us vested in one another," President Obama said in his weekly radio and Internet address.
So they think and behave in such a way that, if any them is to fall, they must all fall together including their president.
Set in a moody 1954, when characters like Von Sydow's German psychiatrist would still be regarded with distrust, Shutter Island has an impressive supporting cast that includes Elias Koteas, Emily Mortimer, Patricia Clarkson and Jackie Earle Haley, who all have significant contributions to make as the jigsaw pieces of the story begin to fall together.
For materials engineers polymers and ceramics were once as different and incompatible as plastic and clay, but sometimes things fall together, and recently scientists have discovered how to combine them into a variety of materials mostly pivoting around silicon, carbon, and oxygen.