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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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.
He says he just wants to play rugby as well as he possibly can and let the rest fall into place.
Then other things can more readily fall into place.
If we get that fight, the others things fall into place.
Not immediately, but when the pieces of the mosaic are starting to fall into place.
But when nothing else seemed to fall into place, I thought I might try this approach.