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1  All fire and smoke and nothing inside.
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2  There were ashes of a fire on the big open hearth.
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3  Aymo had a fire in the stove and a kettle of water on.
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4  "Make a fire in the kitchen and dry your things," I said.
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5  Once in camp I put a log on top of the fire and it was full of ants.
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6  We stayed in bed with the fire roaring in the stove and watched the snow fall.
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7  Here at the brickyard we were sheltered from rifle or machine-gun fire by the river bank.
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8  There was a box of wood in the hall outside the living-room and I kept up the fire from it.
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9  You had lost your cars and your men as a floorwalker loses the stock of his department in a fire.
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10  There was much shelling and many rockets in the rain and machine-gun and rifle fire all along the line.
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11  Mrs. Guttingen came into the room early in the morning to shut the windows and started a fire in the tall porcelain stove.
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12  Crossing the field, I did not know but that some one would fire on us from the trees near the farmhouse or from the farmhouse itself.
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13  As it commenced to burn, the ants swarmed out and went first toward the centre where the fire was; then turned back and ran toward the end.
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14  In the town there were more guns, there were some new hospitals, you met British men and sometimes women, on the street, and a few more houses had been hit by shell fire.
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15  The pine wood crackled and sparked and then the fire roared in the stove and the second time Mrs. Guttingen came into the room she brought big chunks of wood for the fire and a pitcher of hot water.
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  In BOOK 5: 38
16  It had been impossible to advance on the far side the year before because there was only one road leading down from the pass to the pontoon bridge and it was under machine-gun and shell fire for nearly a mile.
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17  If they shot floorwalkers after a fire in the department store because they spoke with an accent they had always had, then certainly the floorwalkers would not be expected to return when the store opened again for business.
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