The scandalous behaviour of all concerned in Astyanax may well have caused a falling-off in the subscriptions.
Then there has been a falling-off in the pools of Pierrefonds?
His last novels, his last short stories, showed no falling-off.
But surely, when compared with the Cambridge list, a falling-off must be admitted.
It is explained that the falling-off in the European demand for potted reed birds is responsible for the phenomenon.
The only thing that is probable is a falling-off, not an advance.
At the same time a falling-off in the brilliancy of this periodical was perceptible.
The cause of this falling-off is not far to seek; indeed, has already been hinted at.
They increased their output of wool and coal—the latter a compensation for the falling-off of the gold.
However, his coxcombry was a falling-off from early seriousness.
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