If they could only fall together, and both be dashed to pieces, how fit, how desirable.
If they could both fall together into the current now, their arms would be so tightly clasped together that they could not be saved; they would go out of the world almost painlessly, and there would be no more reproach to her, or to him for marrying her.
For if," said he, "you throw among five YAHOOS as much food as would be sufficient for fifty, they will, instead of eating peaceably, fall together
by the ears, each single one impatient to have all to itself; and therefore a servant was usually employed to stand by while they were feeding abroad, and those kept at home were tied at a distance from each other: that if a cow died of age or accident, before a HOUYHNHNM could secure it for his own YAHOOS, those in the neighbourhood would come in herds to seize it, and then would ensue such a battle as I had described, with terrible wounds made by their claws on both sides, although they seldom were able to kill one another, for want of such convenient instruments of death as we had invented.
Our two men, as they confessed to me, were grieved to be obliged to kill so many poor creatures, who had no notion of their danger; yet, having them all thus in their power, and the first having loaded his piece again, resolved to let fly both together among them; and singling out, by agreement, which to aim at, they shot together, and killed, or very much wounded, four of them; the fifth, frightened even to death, though not hurt, fell with the rest; so that our men, seeing them all fall together
, thought they had killed them all.
They wait with each other, comfort each other, embrace each other, and rise and fall together
Once they'll be in place, everything will fall together
Press and nation rise and fall together
John Wilkes, a radical and popular politician of London, a journalist and pioneer of freedom of press in Britain during the eighteen century writing in the first issue of his weekly newspaper "The North Britain" in 1762 said, "Freedom of expression is the bulwark of all other liberties in Britain." This quote almost has a biblical sanctity for all the nations who value human rights and liberties and their significance in the nation building, especially those professing democratic dispensations.
(The Charlotte Observer has won five Pulitzers over the years, including editorial cartoonist Kevin Siers in 2014, and has been a finalist several other times.) In 1904, Joseph Pulitzer said, "Our republic and its press will rise or fall together
." That truth isn't as obvious to some folks these days.
The pieces fall together
and they race to try to stop Rana getting on board the plane.
Good things fall apart so better things can fall together
"You believe lies so that you will eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together
This would almost certainly prompt Brussels to cancel an entire package of other bilateral agreements that stand or fall together