fall in


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fall in

in relation to a lease, to expire.
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1991) (holding that the word collapse was ambiguous because to "require that the house fall in completely" would render the coverage illusory).
As he and his boss argue they fall in love while break-ins and other nasty activity occur as others seek what Steve wants (that is besides his employer).
Every part of North Wales saw a fall in the number of burglaries.