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Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), a fire-breathing lefty from South-Central Los Angeles, told the San Francisco Chronicle after she cosponsored a successful House amendment blocking the use of federal funds in cities that engage in private-to-private eminent domain transfers.
Boston Globe columnist Brian McGrory used his 24 May real estate column to rant and rail against "the podium-pounding, fire-breathing rhetoric from a group of minority activists...."
He is protected by a fire-breathing red dragon, who has his reasons.
With his long, curly, blond-streaked hair flying and his fire-breathing duende, Ortega has been taking flamenco by the horns and deftly hurling it into the twenty-first century.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, once marketed to the Democratic rank and file as a fire-breathing liberal, wants to send more troops, as docs Kerry.
A favorite project using this method is a fire-breathing dragon.
The Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Norse tribes of north-west Germany and Britain, during the first thousand years of the Christian era, created a mythological world made up of 'elves, dwarves, giants and fire-breathing dragons' along with wizards and warriors and in this world's centre was Middle Earth itself inhabited by magical peoples.
In this tale, their main challenge is to get past an enchanted hedge of thorns and a fire-breathing dragon to undo the spell that has cast the land in snow and ice.
The comely young princess Djana, along with handsome Herik, an apprentice magician, Wip, a fire-breathing miniature dragon, and Tara, the free-spirited barbarian babe, fight the evil sorcerer, a floating demon known as Kwodahn.
To return these creatures to their homeland, Shrek must rescue a princess from a fire-breathing dragon -- and live to tell the tale.