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No," said his bride, "for how could we live by day, or sleep by night, in this awful blaze of the Great Carbuncle
Peter's Church; and finally perished in the great fire of London, into the midst of which he had thrust himself, with the desperate idea of catching one feeble ray from the blaze that was kindling earth and heaven.
A child would know Silver Blaze, with his white forehead and his mottled off-foreleg.
You have only to wash his face and his leg in spirits of wine, and you will find that he is the same old Silver Blaze as ever.
I was already convinced, or almost convinced, that John Straker went down to the stables in the dead of the night and took out Silver Blaze.
THE Blaze started the noughties in their new home at the Skydome playing in the British National League.
2 : great brightness and heat <the blaze of the sun>
The company they created, Blaze Recycling & Metals, now has four locations in northern Georgia and has grown steadily throughout its 16 years in business.
A new belt, the SG Blaze R980 from Norton Abrasives Inc.
Early one December morning, a blaze broke out in a tenement house.
Blaze Halfbreed is the product of parents of two different islands and was abandoned as a child when it was obvious she was not a purebred.