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The influence of factious leaders may kindle a flame within their particular States, but will be unable to spread a general conflagration through the other States.
Furthermore I swear never again will I do anything to save the Trojans from destruction, not even when all Troy is burning in the flames which the Achaeans will kindle.
Happy those who, hastening down again ere it dies out, can kindle their earthly altars at its flame.
It is a cheerless hour for you both when the lamp of love has gone out and the fire of affection is not yet lit, and you have to grope about in the cold, raw dawn of life to kindle it.
And verily, long must he hang like a heavy tempest on the mountain, who shall one day kindle the light of the future
The two first are in a sleep or stupor; the last is blowing at a kind of pipe, to kindle it.
Currents of air rushed in, as the old doors jarred and creaked upon their hinges; the candles flickered and guttered down, and made long winding-sheets; the cheery deep-red curtains flapped and fluttered idly in the wind; even the stout Dutch kegs, overthrown and lying empty in dark corners, seemed the mere husks of good fellows whose jollity had departed, and who could kindle with a friendly glow no more.
SAN FRANCISCO: Amazon said on Thursday that it sold more than one million Kindles a week in December with the new Kindle Fire tablet computer its top-selling item.
com have been Kindles, Kindle accessories and digital content since the company unveiled new devices on September 6 of this year, and worldwide sales of Kindle devices more than doubled during the 2012 Thanksgiving weekend from the 2011 period.
Many Kindle users travel by air, and their Kindles are screened by airport security every day without issue," he added.
You can buy three Kindles for price of one iPad and still have money left over to buy books.
Orders from customers worldwide for our new line of electronic ink Kindles have exceeded our expectations," said Dave Limp, vice president, Amazon Kindle.