fall into place


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Verb1.fall into place - become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotionsfall into place - become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions; "It dawned on him that she had betrayed him"; "she was penetrated with sorrow"
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His body instinctively assumed a certain position as I touched him, which compelled my arms to fall into place, and the thing was done.
Such qualities were scarcely of the kind to enliven foreign travel, though they made her so easy and pleasant a companion; but he saw at once how they would fall into place in their proper setting.
The subject exists, the subject enlarges; all things sooner or later fall into place.
As physician, philosopher, theologian and Nobel Peace Prize awardee Albert Schweitzer aptly put it, 'Eventually all things fall into place.
Butler will operate at 47kg and Kirkby ABC coach Dave Kenny believes his charge is ready to take home a medal, but needs everything to fall into place.
Yes, there are other pieces of the jigsaw to fall into place - not least, the much-anticipated transport hub.
Defend Israel first and everything else will fall into place.
Focus on the big picture and let things fall into place (as opposed to focusing on the.
Still, the resource would have to prove up positive, and more "pieces" would have to fall into place.
Despite a number of approved projects, we do not expect many construction starts in 2005--unless significant pre-lease commitments fall into place.
Ackerley, was the perfect man for the job: With Isherwood, if you've got the boyfriends right, then pretty much everything else will fall into place.