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Or when stories were told by the fire at night which made the flesh creep, the listeners sometimes said: 'Oh, it makes us shudder
The hussars had succeeded in setting it on fire and the French batteries were now firing at them, no longer to hinder them but because the guns were trained and there was someone to fire at.
When I began to have a fire at evening, before I plastered my house, the chimney carried smoke particularly well, because of the numerous chinks between the boards.
About 2 hectares of land there reignited in 1989, more than 25 years after officials thought they had smothered the coal fire at a site more than a 500 m away with a thick layer of clay.
Forest Service calls the Cerro Grande fire-- popularly known as the fire at Los Alamos--was a flash point in a fire year that ranked as the country's worst in decades.
It only takes one horror story about a fire at camp to be reminded how important it is to develop and maintain a comprehensive fire safety and prevention program for your camp.
Mayor Daley called for fire sprinklers to be retrofitted several times during his tenure as mayor including after the 1992 Paxton Hotel fire where 22 people died, and the 1999 fire at 6007 North Sheridan where one person died.
An entomologist has to be at the right fire at the right time, but so far, no one can know ahead, of time what will be right.
The Los Angeles Fire Department sent 155 firefighters to battle the fire at 3133 N.
At the same time, I'm thinking, you don't go into a gully, because it's like a bowl and if the wind comes up, there will be fire at the base of the bowl.
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