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Synonyms for faller

a person who falls

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76 with GKN the biggest faller, ending the day down 11p or 2.
Aggreko, the Glasgow-based temporary power company, was the second biggest faller with its shares falling nearly 17 per cent.
Faller said the pilgrims included young people who, he said, had been drawn closer to Catholicism by Francis visit.
Other fallers in the top flight included after a week in which founder Mike Ashley sold more than PS200m worth of shares in the company.
Pharmaceuticals company Shire was the biggest top flight faller, down 11% or 223p to 1743p, after US regulators approved generic copies of its hyperactivity drug Adderall XR.
Among fallers, about 30% sustain physical injury leading to longer lengths of stay and higher costs to hospitals (Hitcho et al.
Lloyds was today's biggest faller with an 8 per cent drop, down 5.
Of the other fallers, fund manager Schroders slumped 32.
Other fallers on the second circuit were the Blackpool-trained Prof Scouser, which was upended at the the 26th, the frisky Estate Agents Must Die, a faller at the second to last,and Parking Attendants'Glee which broke a leg at the last to a monstrous cheer from the home crowd.
If a participant reported at least one fall in the previous 12 months and the description of at least one fall was consistent with the definition described above, participants were classified as fallers.
There should be some rule banning commentators from identifying first-fence fallers, just to keep us all in false hope a little longer.
Another study clearly identified which residents were falling most frequently; this enabled the administrator to follow up on whether we were responding appropriately to "frequent fallers.
After the monitoring period, participants were divided into three groups based on fall status: non-fallers (n = 46), one-time fallers (n = 27) and recurrent fallers (n = 23).
The biggest fallers were Capita down 36p at 1178p, Pearson off 20.
B&Q parent Kingfisher and Marks & Spencer were among the day's fallers following data showing an unexpected 0.