afire


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Synonyms for afire

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Synonyms for afire

lighted up by or as by fire or flame

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On other hand Sohail wife has claimed that Sohail used to torture him and when she refused to go back with him, he set afire to himself.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS ANDY FILE SIP SAVE LOAMEKE PILL ENGINEER SLALOM ONO EMITS WYND SWEDISH TOUR OI L THICK DNA AFAN ELEGANT RILE AFIRE ALL CRIEFF BERRABAH GURU AMY MULE EROS DUE AMI S ROME WEE THINKER Across: 1 Coal, 4 Wager, 7 Patio, 8 Lotto, 9 Lemon, 10 Spectators, 14 Arable, 16 Smooth, 17 Maple syrup, 22 Abuse, 23 Lease, 25 Rouse, 26 Paris, 27 Dead.
The negative is it doesn't promise a whole lot of capital appreciation because the prime markets are already fully priced," AFIRE chief executive James Fetgatter said.
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AFIRE service boss has warned that merging the Northumberland and Cumbria services would be unpopular and would cost jobs.
The Indians fired back setting the hijacked-fishing boat afire and forcing both pirates and hostages to jump into the sea, from which all were rescued.
The villagers managed to block the highway and set car tyres afire before police forcibly dispersed them.
According to police, a loud explosion took place as the protesters set afire the abandoned police station, where some explosive materials besides a cooking gas cylinder were also kept.
Until July 10, the greatest tap dancer of this generation sets the stage afire with his mesmerizing, syncopated rhythms.
Afire brigade officer said: "The little boy did a fantastic job.
Afire investigation team was still trying to find the cause of the fire.
2 : in a state of great excitement or energy <His voice sounded louder and higher, as if he were afire with eagerness and rage.
I must have tried to brake, but I don't remember the impact, just the police taking their time, staying in the crushed car, no way out until I pushed in the car lighter, afire in my hands, a place to go.
I feel the tide's finally turning, people waking up--we are at a point where anything is possible if we can take responsibility for our actions and for the stewardship of this planet," McGarry told fans, setting lesbian activist hearts afire.
Afire alarm signal was transmitted to a monitoring company from Weston-super- Mare's Grand Pier at 1.