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an uncontrolled fire that consumes brush and shrubs and bushes

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has acquired marketing communications agency Brushfire, Inc.
A brushfire set off a series of explosions at a storage facility for about 90 twenty foot equivalent unit containers holding munitions seized more than two years ago from an Iranian ship on its way to Syria.
IT IS almost a decade since Jack Johnson's debut album Brushfire Fairytales was a hit with laid back dudes and gap year students the world over and five albums in, his middle-of-the-road fare is still going strong.
Live bait became artificial, and the trend caught on like a Florida brushfire.
September and October is the brushfire season in Los Angeles.
SIGNED to fellow surfer Jack Johnson's Brushfire Records label, the former Slowdive and Mojave 3 member has developed a similar laid-back groove.
Grades 1-3, A mother koala and her joey undertake a long journey after a deadly brushfire destroys their food supply.
THE third album by the band on Jack Johnson's Brushfire label combines everything from Beatles-influenced blues-rock to blue-eyed Philly soul and reggae that leaves other bands playing ketchup.
Brand New by Tomorrow is his eighth solo effort and first for guitarist/filmmaker Jack Johnson's Brushfire Records after a fruitful stretch at the Mo'Wax imprint.
Jack has written songs for his wife Kim since his debut album, 2001's Brushfire Fairytales.
The star has signed Californian 23-year-old Matt Costa to his label Brushfire after the singer was discovered by Tom Dumont of No Doubt.
Johnson's label, Brushfire Records, recently signed ALO and will release the band's most recent CD, "Fly Between Falls.
Let Gramps--a veteran of a brushfire or two--tell you that the rules don't change once the bubble goes up; in fact, they get tougher.
Overlaying maps of ISO's FireLine geographic information system on territories that were ravaged by California's most severe brushfire confirmed that most of the destruction occurred in areas designated to be the greatest brushfire risk.