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  1. My face was aflame.
  2. My cheeks were aflame.
  3. The king is aflame, moving.
  4. When the oceans are set aflame.
  5. The entire fleet seemed to be aflame and sinking.

  6. Her glance, the touch of her hand, set him aflame.
  7. When the world is aflame with judgement dread.
  8. But the South was aflame with the old days was gone.
  9. The land of the Beornings was aflame; a cloud was over Moria;.
  10. She toppled the barrel and crawled out, but by then she was aflame.
  11. Ingwe stood above her sleeping kitten, love and worry aflame in her wild heart.
  12. In moments, that changed alarmingly as they came alive, aflame with sensitivity.
  13. All of which were aflame, turning the entire northern tower into one massive pyre.
  14. And all the highly fascinating details of his private vices which set my cheeks aflame.
  15. Like the days before Pearl Harbor, when Europe was aflame, China was in ruins, and the.

  16. A fighter plane, shedding bits, pieces and chunks, all aflame, as it turns end over end.
  17. He was all fire, all warm and all blazing and as bright as the fires of whole forests aflame.
  18. I fancied that the young lady looked on me with favor and my heart was aflame at such an idea.
  19. Without smoke detectors, the house will be significantly aflame before a neighbor finally calls 911.
  20. This was a brightness which outshone the gathering clouds of the eastern sky---now aflame at sunrise.
  21. I'm fond of love and its bickerings, I love Agnes, I love Pamela, Lise burned herself in setting me aflame.
  22. All five ships were aflame within moments, but the loss of life till they had caught fire made it seem like an eternity.
  23. They didn’t even need to use any igniters, as the burning remnants of the fireships had managed to set the oil aflame.
  24. At once, worries were voiced that this could be the flint to set the simmering hatred between all Arabs and Jews aflame.
  25. To this abuse of power Flower gently sat herself on the celluloid hero’s lap heating the mans eyes with sweet aflame smiles.

  26. Life anew set his body aflame, but he was unfaltering as he moved toward her, fingers aching to know the softness of that twisting flesh.
  27. The gold iconostasis was aflame with innumerable candles, which surrounded a large one in the centre wound in a narrow strip of gilt paper.
  28. He said, My Lord, my bones have become feeble, and my hair is aflame with gray, and never, Lord, have I been disappointed in my prayer to you.
  29. By the time they splashed into the water machine and men were in flames; and, moreover, when they came up the surface surrounding them was aflame with the burning oil.
  30. They would hold their position along its ramparts for as long as possible, then, the moment it showed the slightest crack, the mages would set it, and the land around it, aflame.
  31. That morning in Old Station, as I ripped Michener’s book into clumps of five and ten pages so they would burn, crouching next to the fire ring in my campsite to set them aflame, I decided to begin.
  32. Most of Harburg was aflame, and if you could have looked across the Elbe river, you would have spotted the blackened ruins of Hamburg where, only a short time ago, many had died in a similar conflagration.
  33. There was more than benevolence in this action; there was courage; the south was aflame, and to assist, even on his death-bed, the father of so dangerous a Bonapartist as Dantes, was stigmatized as a crime.
  34. At last, when the rumors of the Civil War between the Northern and the Southern States came to the Indians, it set their hearts aflame for battle with their white neighbors, whose encroachment they resented.
  35. His hearers expected a story of how beside himself and all aflame with excitement, he had flown like a storm at the square, cut his way in, slashed right and left, how his saber had tasted flesh and he had fallen exhausted, and so on.
  36. I commend also Captain Audhaimyr and the men and officers of Riptide, who most gallantly attempted to bring their ship into action while actually under fire at very close range and abandoned their effort and their vessel only when she had taken fire and was heavily aflame.
  37. For Whitehead was known for unspeakable Cruelties—such as forcing Men to swallow live Cockroaches, stuffing Oakum in their Mouths and setting it aflame, flogging and keel-hauling ’em within an Inch of their Lives, and making very free with his Supplejack e’en for minor Infringements.
  38. When one night the people in Quitman, Georgia, burned over their heads the seminary for colored girls, or when the Georgia Legislature was enacting the infamy of the Glenn Bill, his heart was hot as any Babylonian furnace, aflame with indignation, as though touched with the divine wrath, the anger of love.
  39. As Ivan Matveitch had already in his pocket his ticket for a tour abroad (not so much for the sake of his health as for the improvement of his mind), and was consequently free from his official duties and had nothing whatever to do that morning, he offered no objection to his wife's irresistible fancy, but was positively aflame with curiosity himself.
  40. It soared, a bird, it held its flight, a swift pure cry, soar silver orb it leaped serene, speeding, sustained, to come, don't spin it out too long long breath he breath long life, soaring high, high resplendent, aflame, crowned, high in the effulgence symbolistic, high, of the etherial bosom, high, of the high vast irradiation everywhere all soaring all around about the all, the endlessnessnessness.
  41. The sun had sunk now to the line of woodland beyond the valley; all the opposing slope was already in twilight, but the lakes below us were aflame; the light grew in strength and splendour as it neared death, drawing long shadows across the pasture, falling full on the rich stone spaces of the house, firing the panes in the windows, glowing on cornices and colonnade and dome, spreading out all the stacked merchandise of colour and scent from earth and stone and leaf, glorifying the head and golden shoulders of the woman beside me.
  42. I might, indeed, if this were a sermon and there were a congregation unable to get away, expatiate on the habit these weapons have of smiting with equal fury the just and the unjust; how you only need to be a little foolish, quite a little foolish, under conditions that seem to force it upon you, and down they come, sure and relentless, and you are smitten with a thoroughness that leaves you lame for years; how motives are nothing, circumstances are nothing; how the motives may have been aflame with goodness, the circumstances such that any other course was impossible; how all these things don't matter in the least,--you are and shall be smitten.
  43. Hot like the sizzling sun, his whole chest was aflame,.

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