He has risen in large part to fill a void created by the collapse of other candidates.
“There was a fleeting feeling that the regime was about to collapse,” Sannikov says.
The notion gained adherents as night follows day when the markets froze the day after the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
But many, like Griffin, enter broken shops that continue to collapse, taking their own careers down with them.
But Serry said events had reached a critical point in the West Bank and cautioned that a collapse would leave Israel accountable.
Then he sat down in the thick timber, and the collapse from such intense emotions and such great exertions came quickly.
In Bosnia, for some time after the Austrian collapse, it was inconvenient to travel.
The collapse of the French Navy put a stop to further developments of either idea.
War within, war without, and the army in a state of collapse!
You see, that collapse of yours on Sunday night wasn't like you, in the normal course of things.
1801, from collapse (v.).
collapse col·lapse (kə-lāps')
v. col·lapsed, col·laps·ing, col·laps·es
To break down suddenly in strength or health and thereby fall into a condition of extreme prostration.
To fall together or inward suddenly.
A condition of extreme prostration.
A falling together of the walls of a structure.
The failure of a physical system.