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1, The earthquake sent buildings tumbling into one another like failing dominoes.
2, He tumbled into the meeting room.
3, I threw off my clothes and tumbled into bed.
4, I undressed and tumbled into bed.
5, The children tumbled into/out of the car.
6, Many mothers and children tumble into poverty after divorce.
7, She warned them the rock would tumble into the lake before preparations could be completed for dynamiting it.
8, A rock outcrop, set into the bank, acts as host to a stream that tumbles into the water below.
9, Alfred came downstairs, tumbled into his chair, and Inez jumped up and served him.
10, After my friends had left quietly, some two hours later, I undressed and tumbled into bed.
11, They all tumbled into the water, squealing with delight.
12, Doomsayers predict that one day California will tumble into the sea.
13, In the confusion, many crabs lose their foothold, tumble into the water and are swept away.
14, This debate easily tumbles into a narrow institutional and constitutional approach to power and politics.
15, For once the theory of plate tectonics took shape, a series of implications for the deep earth quickly tumbled into place.
16, He swung his legs over the fence, but his right boot got caught and he tumbled into the mud.
17, He argued that the sinister-looking chain-link is actually a safety measure, preventing fighters from tumbling into the crowd.
18, But as Rice tumbled into the end zone, he landed awkwardly.
19, Tired, take a shower tumble into bed, also thoroughly broken think and wife sweet idea.
20, I worry that they'll tumble into The Vortexaccept a job they should have scorned.
21, It is too easy to tumble into the brothels of Lahore or become one of the many "sparrows" begging on the streets.
22, I worry that they'll tumble into The Vortex and accept a job they should have scorned.
23, The bean watched them tumble into the water and burst into laughter.
24, Will the economy tumble into another recession?
25, Then the human grasp on Yor Shor will unclench forever,[http://sentencedict.com/tumble into.html] leaving it to slowly tumble into the Arctic desert.
26, This is true of history in the traditional sense — wars, a nation's independence, how empires rise and tumble into time.
27, These are all reasonable worries. Personally, I worry about something else—on behalf of job-seekers everywhere. I worry that they'll tumble into The Vortex and accept a job they should have scorned.
28, How much worse will it get? Will the markets crash as they did in 2008? Will the economy tumble into another recession?
29, The dour data in the last few days have spurred talk the economy could tumble into a fresh recession.
30, Would have at this time, when suddenly the door open, and tumble into one person, it was who had left instructions to the land unless a teacher.
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