For two days and nights he neither ate nor drank, and during those two days and nights of torment, he accumulated a fund of wrath that boded ill for whoever first fell foul of
I had not courage to walk straight into the apartment; but I desired to divert him from his reverie, and therefore fell foul of
the kitchen fire, stirred it, and began to scrape the cinders.
With these counsels, and many others equally valuable, did Papa Wick fortify Bobby ere that last awful night at Portsmouth when the Officers' Quarters held more inmates than were provided for by the Regulations, and the liberty-men of the ships fell foul of
the drafts for India, and the battle raged from the Dockyard Gates even to the slums of Longport, while the drabs of Fratton came down and scratched the faces of the Queen's Officers.
At length the London manager was discovered to be asleep, and shortly after that he woke up and went away, whereupon all the company fell foul of
the unhappy comic countryman, declaring that his buffoonery was the sole cause; and Mr Crummles said, that he had put up with it a long time, but that he really couldn't stand it any longer, and therefore would feel obliged by his looking out for another engagement.
When the Countess Dowager of Southdown fell foul of
the Corsican upstart, as the fashion was in those days, and showed that he was a monster stained with every conceivable crime, a coward and a tyrant not fit to live, one whose fall was predicted, &c.
Two theories are being explored - that he fell foul of
fellow members of the drug trade or had a huge row with a friend.
Former midfielder Gary Deegan fell foul of
the Twittersphere when he made a joking reference to the IRA after Scottish-born team-mate James McPake had been called up for international duty by Northern Ireland.
The chain fell foul of
the Advertising Standards Authority after running an offer for their Premiere Club loyalty scheme.
The Blaydon MP is right to stress that such an outcome would provide a great deal for taxpayers whose money rescued the Rock when it fell foul of
the most destructive forces.
The 40-year-old headed home in the Bees' 1-0 League Two win over Bournemouth, but fell foul of
referee Clive Penton.
Flint has an unassailable lead and the only way he could lose would be if he fell foul of
the stewards, in which case he would lose points.
Clarke had been left kicking his heels as Rotherham's previous three matches all fell foul of
TEES Valley Mohawks exited from the National Trophy despite beating Derby Trailblazers 93-90 in a ill-tempered, bruising encounter in which several players, coaches and one member of the crowd fell foul of
the two officials.
Fulham tried to buy the Gabon international during the January transfer window but fell foul of
FIFA rules, which prevent a player representing more than two clubs in one season.
Just five months after winning the Commonwealth 400 metres gold medal, Ohuruogu fell foul of
the anti-doping regulations and received a 12 month ban.