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The governor, for her part, added fuel to the fire by hemming and hawing after begin asked about McIntyre by Josh Rogers of New Hampshire Public Radio--not to mention the later admission by her office that staff members did ask McIntyre to reach out to members of the Legislature.
A new survey by the Monitor of Engagement with the Natural Environment (MENE) in England has added fuel to the fire.
But his main coalition partner added fuel to the fire Tuesday, telling reporters he had asked Berlusconi to take a sideways step.
The former Forest and Northampton Town boss added fuel to the fire at the weekend when he refused to answer questions on his future after his team's 3-0 friendly win over Berwick.
Qandil blamed local media for falsifying statements which he claims added fuel to the fire.
TWO-footed tackles have been the subject of enormous debate recently and Boxing Day's fixtures added fuel to the fire.
WHILE MUCH TALK CENTERS around the high price of gasoline, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel added fuel to the fire with a recent article that said ExxonMobil Corp.
Over the years, E has also added fuel to the fire (see "Bringing Up Baby--Naturally," Consumer News, September/October 1999 and Ask E, January/February 2003, among others).
A November law issued by Peru regarding their maritime border has only added fuel to the fire.
The bad feeling between Chelsea and Arsenal has intensified since last season and Kenyon's remarks last week have only added fuel to the fire.
Extell's bid to build a mix of apartment and community buildings at the site, as opposed to Ratner's high-rise office towers and sports arena, could have only added fuel to the fire.
has added fuel to the fire in the debates over use of credit-based insurance scoring and loss-history reports in insurance underwriting.
Under pressure from the supplement industry, Congress added fuel to the fire by passing a law that made it easier for companies to market supplements and tougher for the Food and Drug Administration to yank unsafe ones off the market.
Our amazingly low starting prices were sufficient to generate massive interest and the increase in the stamp duty threshold has only added fuel to the fire.
Now this latest decision has added fuel to the fire.