fall open


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Verb1.fall open - open involuntarilyfall open - open involuntarily; "His mouth dropped open"; "Her jaw dropped"
drop down, sink, drop - fall or descend to a lower place or level; "He sank to his knees"
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com)-- ​The 2017 Fall Open Studios at the historical Continental Gin Building will showcase a diverse range of art from 50+ local artists across 61,000 sq.
Health Alliance looks to transformational platform for selling and servicing health plans and optimizing member engagement before fall open enrollment.
We know that that the (Affordable Care Act's) impacts will vary by state and encourage other states to examine their own shifts in health insurance coverage to see who's gaining coverage and what lessons they can take away for the fall open enrollment period," said Julie Sonier, MPA, deputy director of the State Health Access Data Assistance Center at the University of Minnesota.
Your last studio: the rolled foetal drawings fall open.
When the timer runs out, the trapdoors under the incorrect answers fall open, and the hopefuls regularly see their fortune slip away in dramatic fashion.
If you let the hatch fall open, the hit can be violent enough to crack or break the hinge springs on the hatch.
MOMENT OF TRUTH: Dan Weatherill and Ian Fall open their A-level results at Prior Pursglove College
I sit with my back against a wall and let my knees fall open to the side.
We hold the Bible with its spine on the table, let it fall open, and point out a verse with our finger and expect an answer to our question.
He has several white ones that fall open casually to reveal a lithe, tanned torso, and several others that fall open casually to reveal a vest (clearly his mum rang him several times throughout the photo-shoot), and several that appear to have fallen off altogether to reveal, yes, you've guessed it, a vest.
At the fall open house, teachers encourage parents to help on the yearly book fair and spring play or to volunteer in the library or as chaperones for trips.
I accepted this odd gift of chance and let the book fall open, which, with uncanny prescience, it did to page two of the tale called "Abu Kasem's Slippers.