firelighter


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(a piece of) a substance that burns easily and can be used to start a coal or coke fire

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Firefighters found the remains of a packet of firelighters in the stand, which was so badly damaged it will have to be demolished.
She used a firelighter while her 14-year-old son was asleep upstairs.
5cm u Carefully light the firelighters with long matches or a taper u Leave the barbecue for a while so that the heat is evenly spread Top tip: Alternatively, you could opt for Local Charcoal which doesn't need a firelighter and heats immediately, thereby enabling you to get barbecuing straight away.
Own label continues to play a major role in the growth of Welshbased firelighter company R A Davies and Partners and now accounts for 70% of its business.
It causes friction, it is the, if you like, the firelighter for the BNP and others who want to cause mayhem, " he said.
A NORTH Wales firelighter company ended up with a court bill of more than pounds 13,000 yesterday after a woman worker suffered an electric shock.
About 60 tonnes of recycled cardboard and wooden pallets were destroyed in the blaze at the Tiger Tim firelighter factory in Rhosesmor near Holywell on Saturday morning.
The firelighter may not seem like something to get excited about, but the latest development by Advanced Natural Fuels Ltd (ANFL) could rock the boat.
I tried liquid firelighter as well, got another brief flare-up and watched that die, too.
NORTH Wales-based firelighter business Tiger Tim is looking to boost its annual sales by more than pounds 1m and create more jobs after signing a major promotional deal.
Police believe a bottle filled with flammable liquid and wrapped in firelighters was used.
The stretch is notorious for bottlenecks and crashes, past incidents including overturned caravans and a lorry which spilt its load of firelighters.
Stay safe and keep firelighters and fluid well away from flames.
It has been used as firelighters in the days before modern heating and torn into squares to be hung from a hook on the doors of outside loos.