The population fell from about 3500 to 2500 in 1890.
The night began to fall cold and silent about them.
People only report falling in love quickly about 1/3 to 40 percent of the time.
If I make the wrong move, everything could still fall about my ears.
Since 1965, the number of children under age 18 has fallen from nearly 900 to about 300.
The market has fallen about 25 percent since the end of the year.
The price of oil has fallen about a third in the last year.
Finally, it fell about a hundred feet, and we went on.
Over time, he predicted that number would probably fall to about 5 percent.
By that time its market value had fallen to about $270 million.
We tried to get them to the door but they kept falling about.
He's falling about in the saddle like it's Saturday night.
No one seemed to think this an out of place remark, but the three of us fell about.
Strange noises were coming from behind the closed door, as if something was falling about.
This caused the little girl to fall about with laughter.
The men has been drinking steadily all morning and many is starting to fall about.
You only have to mention the word 'bottom' and at a certain age they fall about with the giggles.
Sophie could hear him falling about, saying that his bed was dodging.
I ought to've, even if Loy did fall about at the idea.
They clutched each other and fell about, it made them laugh so much.