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    fall readily into


    An author in his book writes: Although some of the topics discussed here fall readily into this chapter, they can't be fully covered here.

    Does it mean "they perfectly suit in this place"?

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    Re: fall readily into

    It means that these topics are appropriately included in this chapter; this is the right place for them.

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