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Meaning of the sentence

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1. They fell for each other the first time they met and they were married less than three months later.

2. I told him that I'd already booked a ticket on the first commercial flight to the Moon and fell for it.

3. I put the vase on the window sill but it must have fallen off in the wind and broken.

4. Sales were very good in the first half of the year but they've fallen recently.

5. I don't know why they fell out but they haven't spoken to each other all week.

6. He's terrified of going bald. He's tried everything to stop his hair falling out.

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