wall of flame

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A short run down the road brought her to a horrified stand, for there before her was another wall of flame.
If you manage the epic challenge, you'll receive your meal for free (up to PS15), you'll be added to the wall of flame and you'll be given a certificate and t-shirt to commemorate the occasion.
Witnesses described the scene outside Slavyansk, one of the centers of the rebellion, as harrowing, especially after a gas station exploded in a wall of flame.
Soaring temperatures have set tinder-dry grassland on fire and sent a wall of flame roaring into the air near a hospital in east London.
A huge blast rocked the area wrecking five buildings followed by a wall of flame that swept outwards injuring another 50 people.
And in Baglan, near Port Talbot, 90 firefighters battled through the night to contain a two-mile wall of flame as families left their homes to take shelter.
The wire sparked and caused the oxygen-soaked materials inside the spacecraft to explode in a wall of flame.
Bathrooms are lined with stone, with lavatories and showers in separate enclosures contained by frameless glass doors and lined by a wall of flame coloured glass.
A wall of flame shot up from the creek, enveloping both boys.
You can't defend yourself against a bomb or against a roaring wall of flame from a fire set by a coward.
I see you, cornered at the edge of a sentence, like a German verb, immune to criticism, open to judgement, a blue shadow igniting a wall of flame.
ON JULY 6, 1994, A WALL OF FLAME 300 FEET HIGH SWEPT UPHILL, SNUFFING THE LIVES OF 14 FIREFIGHTERS.