fall beneath (something)

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fall beneath (something)

To drop underneath something. The baby's crying because her toy fell beneath the couch.
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fall beneath something

to drop under something. The thimble fell beneath the sofa. The gift that Bob had purchased for Maggie fell beneath the wheels of a truck.
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Henry Riding, prosecuting, said Jack was run over by at least the front and possibly both nearside wheels after falling beneath the car.
The creation featured a surfer falling beneath a big, curling wave.
According to official data, Gaza's poverty rate is among the highest in the world with roughly 80 percent of Gazans falling beneath the poverty line and unemployment reaching 50 percent.
Despite the losses, the index managed to close above the key-support level at 7,000 after falling beneath it several times this week.
But looking past their faces you see the frog skin battle dress merging into fronds of jungle leaves, the turned up toe of the boot, the too-loose helmet strap falling beneath a stout chin, steel metal shell helmets sitting slightly askew.
Excellent on Monday - his last-ditch challenge on Domaine Rouse springs to mind - he has been the club's unsung hero in my opinion with his performances falling beneath the radar.
Their movement is caused as they are jostled from below by powerful convection currents rising and falling beneath the photosphere.
But, according to the latest figures for June 2013, RAMI has fallen in all Welsh hospitals since June 2011, with the majority now nearing or falling beneath the 100 base line.
The final scene is of snow falling beneath a suburban street light in soft focus and the flakes form in Tesco's font to make the words "CHRISTMAS...NO-ONE EVER HELPS".
STEAM engine-loving seven-year-old Karl Doran was crushed to death after falling beneath a 1.5 tonne trailer at Beamish, his inquest heard.
Children who celebrate All Hallows Eve risk falling beneath the influence of "mystics" with potentially "devastating consequences for the spiritual and moral health of students", the ministry continues.
Yesterday's incident marked the second time in a little more than two years that local teenagers have been severely injured after falling beneath moving trains.
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Prospects for the US economy now appear more positive with a projected 3% economic growth, and unemployment levels falling beneath 8% before the end of the year.