be extinguished

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It signaled to her across the dark street; it was a sign of triumph shining there for ever, not to be extinguished this side of the grave.
'But if the 'flooding' technique can be completed immediately, there is a possibility that the fire will be extinguished soon,' he said when contacted by Bernama today.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 17 (ANI): Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi prefixing 'chowkidar' in his name on Twitter, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said the 'truth cannot be extinguished' and the prefix is 'looking bad.'
The operation is still underway as the fire could not be extinguished completely till the filing of the story.
'We are hopeful that the flames will be extinguished in a few hours but the strong winds contributing to flare up the fires.'
Small fires may be extinguished with sand and clay.
The Abu Sayyaf Group must be extinguished, he told a press conference in La Carlota City, Negros Occidental.
Approximately USD121 million of the exchangeable notes will be extinguished shortly following the signing of the agreement, with the remainder to be extinguished upon the transfer of the relevant projects.
We hope that the fire in Haifa would be extinguished soon".
Unfortunately, there are countless ways that republican liberty can be extinguished through perpetual warfare--as we are likely to learn, to our sorrow, if we do not get out of Iraq and abandon our compulsively interventionist foreign policy.
If fire-fighters arrive before a coal fire spreads across about 1 hectare--an area about 2.5 times the size of a football field--then the blaze can typically be extinguished for less than $500,000, he estimates.
''When a woman chooses to carry a fetus to term," Sopinka and Major wrote, "she must accept some responsibility for its well-being and the state has an interest in trying to ensure the child's health." But even though these two judges defended the interests of the child, they also said that the rights of the fetus can "always," "at any time," be extinguished by its mother, who may decide to have an abortion.