Fallen may refer to:

  • A displacement (vector), change, or movement in position due to gravity

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Softly To Fallen
... "Softly to Fallen" is the title of a song and included as the A-side of a 7" single by the British band Palm Springs ... Softly to Fallen" was the third single released by Palm Springs and attracted praise from German Rolling Stone magazine, where at the end of the year, the editor positioned it at number two in his “Bes ...
Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (video Game)
... Transformers Revenge of the Fallen The Game is a 2009 third-person shooter video game based on the 2009 live action film Transformers Revenge of the Fallen ... Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Autobots and Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Decepticons are the Nintendo DS versions of Revenge of the Fallen ... Revenge of the Fallen received mixed reviews on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 systems, holding a 64% at GameRankings and a 61% at Metacritic ...

Famous quotes containing the word fallen:

    Good Sense, if you are in fact a divinity, I give myself to your worship; all of my prayers have fallen upon the ears of a deaf Jupiter.
    Propertius Sextus (c. 50–16 B.C.)

    I always seem to have a vague feeling that he is a Satan among musicians, a fallen angel in the darkness who is perpetually seeking to fight his way back to happiness.
    Havelock Ellis (1859–1939)

    We then entered another swamp, at a necessarily slow pace, where the walking was worse than ever, not only on account of the water, but the fallen timber, which often obliterated the indistinct trail entirely. The fallen trees were so numerous, that for long distances the route was through a succession of small yards, where we climbed over fences as high as our heads, down into water often up to our knees, and then over another fence into a second yard, and so on.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)