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1  Her eyes were lit with an exquisite fire.
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2  It seemed to him that he had been walking in fire.
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3  At the same time, the firing ceased along the line.
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4  There was a bright wood fire blazing in the large open hearth.
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5  The tulip-beds across the road flamed like throbbing rings of fire.
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6  They have been through the fire, and what fire does not destroy, it hardens.
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7  His hands were clenched, and the pupils of his eyes were like disks of blue fire.
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8  He knew it, and he felt as if his blood had changed in a moment from fire to sluggish ice.
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9  I might mimic a passion that I do not feel, but I cannot mimic one that burns me like fire.
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10  The darkness lifted, and, flushed with faint fires, the sky hollowed itself into a perfect pearl.
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11  The heat was terribly oppressive, and the huge sunlight flamed like a monstrous dahlia with petals of yellow fire.
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12  The fog was lighter here, and he could see the strange, bottle-shaped kilns with their orange, fanlike tongues of fire.
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13  In the nests of Arabian birds was the aspilates, that, according to Democritus, kept the wearer from any danger by fire.
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14  Some day, when you are old and wrinkled and ugly, when thought has seared your forehead with its lines, and passion branded your lips with its hideous fires, you will feel it, you will feel it terribly.
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15  In the huge gilt Venetian lantern, spoil of some Doge's barge, that hung from the ceiling of the great, oak-panelled hall of entrance, lights were still burning from three flickering jets: thin blue petals of flame they seemed, rimmed with white fire.
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