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faller

[′fȯl·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine part whose operation depends on a falling action.
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Faller rates vary between tracks, and while Cheltenham's remains at 7.1 per cent and Sandown's has risen to 5.2 from 4, Ascot's has dropped to 3.6 since 2005 and Newbury's is 4.3 over the same period, having stood at 6.1 between 1996 and 2000.
Another faller amid the economic worries was marketing services giant WPP, which dropped 5p to 480p.
The other biggest fallers were IAG down 23.8p to 414.8p, and Imperial Brands down 97.5p at 2,093p.
Faller went to their living room to check the noise and was surprised to see Ortega.
"Inevitably as one overcomes issues at fences that have the highest faller rates, other fences will move up the list.
Faller has actually developed three Smart Packaging prototypes: Level Indicator, Counting Device, and Medical Prescription.
Mann Whitney test was used to examine difference in age, duration of diabetes, DPN duration, Tinetti FES, MNSI, 10MWT and SW-ME, and two-sample t test for difference in HbAlc and body mass index (BMI) between the non-faller and faller groups.
Sashko Georgiev Spassov, Rosa Donus, Paul Mikael Ihle, Helen Engelstaedter, Alexander Hoetzel, and Simone Faller
The biggest faller for the second month running was Johnston Press which saw a 41 per cent price slump over the past month following a 55 per cent fall the previous one.
But there's a way to make money from misery - bookies Betway offer 4-6 that there is at least one faller at the first.
Faller, who writes about artillery, researched diaries, memoirs, journals, and collections of letters to document the history of the Indiana Jackass Regiment, the 21st Infantry/1st Heavy Artillery, during the Civil War.
The single faller group was of youngest median age and shortest median disease duration with similar numbers of men and women.