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fall off the map

To become unpopular or little-known after a period of popularity. Wow, I didn't realize that this show was still on TV—it really fell off the map after its first season.
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Meanwhile Seb Coe has thanked Bolt for saving athletics from falling off the map - weeks before London 2012's mastermind aims to gain control of the sport.
8220;As other vendors seem to be falling off the map with respect to IM archiving, including recent failures by other vendors in archiving Skype IM, Presensoft continues its technological domination in this space,” said Pulaski.
DOHA NEPAL, home to the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest, and breathtaking beauty, was once given up for falling off the map of the world.
If falling off the map sounds appealing, we recommend doing so in the Engadine.
After falling off the map I was begging my way into tournaments and I never really knew when I was going to play.
To put it bluntly, Oregon is in danger of falling off the map as a prime tourist destination.
Consumption is by no means falling off the map,'' said economist William Cheney of John Hancock Financial Services in Boston.