Fell-out sentence example

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  • A small plastic bag fell out of the pocket.
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  • They fell out at Acre in 1253.
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  • Josh practically fell out of the truck and staggered toward the porch.
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  • (who had succeeded Charles VIII.) concluded a treaty with Ferdinand of Spain for the partition of Naples, France and Spain fell out in 1502 over the division of the spoils, and with Gonzalo de Cordoba's victory on the Garigiliano in December 1502, the whole kingdom was.
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  • Where were you headed when you fell out of the sky?
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  • A scorpion fell out and she gasped in horror, flipping it away with her boot.
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  • A rope fell out of the sky, striking Dean on the shoulder.
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  • Half-drunk by the time Rhyn explained things to her the day before, she'd come away from that conversation more baffled than she'd been when she fell out of the sky onto the beach.
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  • You're lucky if you fell out of the sky into the river and lived to tell it.
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  • It fell out of his jacket or something.
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  • Through the resultant scarcity of labor, much land fell out of cultivation.
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  • He had from the first been on intimate terms with Talleyrand, and retired from the public service when the latter fell out of the emperor's favour.
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  • It finally became a prey to the malaria which arose when the plain fell out of cultivation, and under Turkish rule disappeared altogether.
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  • And so it fell out.
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  • His story is in the main one of expulsions from the court by victorious factions, and of his return when his conquerors fell out among themselves.
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  • On the appointed, death of Ashngs in 844 Egypt was given in fief to another Turkish general Itgkh, but in 850 this person fell out of favor, and the fief was transferred to Monta~ir, son of the caliph Motawakkil.
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  • In William Barlowe's Navigator's Supply, published in 1597, we read:- "Some fewe yeeres since, it so fell out that I had severall conferences with two East Indians which were brought into England by master Candish [[[Thomas Cavendish (Candish)|Thomas Cavendish]]], and had learned our language: The one of them was of Mamillia [[[Manila]]] in the Isle of Luzon, the other of Miaco in Japan.
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  • He excommunicated the queen as a stiff-necked adherent of the French anti-pope, and in 1381 conferred Naples on the ambitious Charles .of Durazzo, with whom he was soon inextricably embroiled; while, a little later, he fell out with his new College of Cardinals.
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  • It is clear that C must have become an equivalent of K before the latter fell out of use.
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  • 13 (I fell out after precedingl, verse 18).
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  • To the last he maintained the pretence of personal rule, but the machinery of government fell out of gear, and the disorder of the finances was never remedied before the revolution of 1789.
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  • Moreover, the whole machinery of local government in the realm fell out of gear, when the experienced ministers who were wont to control it were removed from power.
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  • But two special causes gave its particular color to the opening of the English Reformation; the one was that the king fell out with the papacy on the question of his divorce.
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  • The immantatio fell out of use during the papal exile at Avignon and was never restored.
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  • So it fell out that, when Octavian and the Senate declared war against Antony and Cleopatra, Herod was preoccupied in obedience to her commands and was thus prevented from fighting against the future emperor of Rome.
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  • But the word Abhidhamma then fell out of use in that school, though it is still used in the schools that continue to follow the original seven books.
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  • Mr. Winston says you know the whole business— how the dough fell out of the sky.
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  • He was quite charismatic; but I fell out with him pretty quickly.
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  • Just about to make the lunge, the bolt fell out.
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  • He therefore fell out with political radicals such as the Levelers while retaining the support of most religious radicals.
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  • This extremely reductive idea of painting is one reason why Greenberg's concept of modernist fell out of favor in the 1960s.
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  • He did so and a large scorpion fell out.
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  • Through the resultant scarcity of labour, much land fell out of cultivation.
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  • Half the men fell out of the army without a battle.
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  • This extremely reductive idea of painting is one reason why Greenberg 's concept of modernist fell out of favor in the 1960s.
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  • The outlet mall was enclosed and slowly fell out of favor with Kenosha shoppers in light of newer outdoor facilities such as Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets, before it was demolished in 1996.
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  • Sean Paul and Mr. Vegas fell out over the packaging of Mr. Vegas' remix of Hot Gal Today.
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  • Coleman, who fell out of the spotlight after the series, sued his parents and manager for stealing his million-dollar trust fund.
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  • Right. So as officers are patting down the alleged Babyshambles front man (does that band really exist?), a small "package" fell out of Doherty's pocket.
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  • I ran to see what she had, pryed her mouth opened and a couple small chicken bone pieces fell out.
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  • When the corset fell out of grace as a foundational garment, it garnered a stigma as being "dirty" and was looked upon as a sign of suppression.
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  • Wooden boats slowly fell out of favor and basically ceased to exist as toys by the 1950s and 60s when plastic boats were made in mass quantities.
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  • Palm soon fell out of favor in the smartphone market.
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  • After that first sensational season, the monokini was quickly relegated to fad status and fell out of favor.
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  • We fell out of touch for 6 years until about 2 years ago.
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  • Dr. Kevin says, "I opened my mouth and information just fell out.
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  • In the 1500s, printing with type became easily accessible and hand-lettering books fell out of favor.
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  • When the minidress and miniskirt hit the fashion scene, girdles fell out of the favor with young women.
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  • Corsets soon fell out of fashion, but body shaping was still all the rage.
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  • The idea of a set fell out of favor as women began to want more practical lingerie.
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  • Styles change, and the bullet bra soon fell out of fashion in the 1960s.
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  • Even when these fell out of favor, a man who was interested could get fitted boxers that offered a modicum of control.
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  • Once women began buying pantyhose in droves, and stockings - with their needed accessories and inconvenient two-piece design - fell out of fashion, nylons slowly evolved.
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  • Users also had a problem with the security of the armband - some felt the iPod did not fit snugly enough in the band, with some users reporting that their iPods fell out and broke.
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  • The next release, Step by Step was a success, but tastes changed in the early 90s and the group fell out of favor (though not before selling over 70 million albums).
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  • Another sub-genre, isikhwela jo, favored harsh, staccato vocals over mbube's softer melodies and fell out of favor in the 1940s.
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  • They fell out of favor in the late 1960s, when their pop rock sounds and anti-drug message ran counter to popular culture.
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  • Be careful where you walk, my phone fell out someplace when I was cleaning.
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  • Mr. Winston says you know the whole business— how the dough fell out of the sky.
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