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FLAMEFacts and Logic About the Middle East (non-profit pro-Israeli organization)
FLAMEFlexible API (Application Programming Interface) for Module-Based Environments
FLAMEFlexible Local Approximation Methods
FLAMEField Level Asset Management Environment
FLAMEFamily Life And Maternity Education
FLAMEForeign Language Association for Managers in Education
FLAMEFostering Learning Abilities in Marion Education (Ocala, Florida)
FLAMEFlorida Lawyers Association for the Maintenance of Excellence, Inc.
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The sight aroused them to redoubled efforts; but, unfortunately, a collection of the tops of trees, old and dried, lay directly across their course; and at the very moment when both had thought their safety insured, the warm current of the air swept a forked tongue of flame across the pile, which lighted at the touch; and when they reached the spot, the flying pair were opposed by the surly roaring of a body of fire, as if a furnace were glowing in their path.
Bright flashes of flame shot up here and there, along the margin of the waste, like the nimble coruscations of the North, but far more angry and threatening in their colour and changes.
Then, my father, I stretched out my left hand and plunged it into the fire--not into the hottest of the fire, but where the smoke leapt from the flame.
I cannot let her watch for ME in vain, till I have done my best: then tell me where the Fire-Spirits dwell, and I will ask of them the flame that shall give life to the little child and such great happiness to the sad, lonely mother: tell me the path, and let me go.
The hissing and crackling behind me, the explosive thud as each fresh tree burst into flame, left little time for reflection.
As a faint spurt of flame rose from the point where the missile struck he swung over the side and was quickly upon the ground.
Some of the deep gorges and defiles sent up sheets of flame, and clouds of lurid smoke, and sparks and cinders that in the night made them resemble the craters of volcanoes.
Hundreds of observers saw the flame that night and the night after about midnight, and again the night after; and so for ten nights, a flame each night.
Tongues of flame here and there broke through that cloud.
Lop-Ear and I sat for hours, watching the flames and smoke.
In all probability, the smoke and flame (confined as they were to the room) had been too much for him when he tried to escape by the inner door.
At daybreak the 1,200 chimneys vomited their torrents of flame into the air, and the ground was agitated with dull tremblings.