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fall in

in relation to a lease, to expire.
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Co., 692 A.2d 188 (Pa.Super.Ct.1997), the court found that the term "collapse" in an insurance policy was not ambiguous and meant that a structure must fall together or fall in.
These steps, it argues, fall in line with both the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the United Nation's Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement officials.
The president of INS Guillermo Constenla, explained that the cost to build is now a bit lower due to the fall in the dollar's price.