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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.
com)-- Luton-based central heating specialist, Philip Southern, has a rich and fulfilling life thanks to becoming a franchisee for Blazes.
Both blazes charred less than an acre, Marrujo said.
Blazes in these types of structures present a nightmare for firefighters because the fire can sneak up on them.
Park officials, while recognizing the serious disruptions caused by the blazes, see the behavior of these wildfires as an unprecedented opportunity to assess the effectiveness of their fire strategy.
Mancha said 10- and 15-acre blazes are expected to erupt around the Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys this summer, given the conditions of drying grass and brush.
As record-high temperatures baked Southern California again Monday, the 2004 wildfire season opened with firefighters battling blazes that covered more than 5,000 acres and forced hundreds of people to evacuate.
Firefighters battling four blazes that blackened more than 3,000 acres of land in Southern California were hoping Hurricane Nora would push some needed rain toward their lines Wednesday.