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Fire can be controlled or extinguished, either manually (firefighting) or automatically.
The Ministry reports of further work on cooling of tanks with fuel which are located around tank No 140 where the fire had been extinguished today.
Iran has extinguished a fire at an oil well in the western province of Kermanshah after it blazed for 38 days, the Fars news agency has reported.
Equity instruments are measured at either their fair value or the fair value of the financial liability extinguished, whichever is more reliably determinable; and
A family of four escaped unhurt from their Barry home early today after an extinguished tea light re-ignited and fire gutted the living room.
Firefighters had most of the blaze extinguished within 45 minutes, and had all secondary fires out in about an hour.
Even when a bakery is open and manned it is extremely difficult to tackle such fires: once alight, plastic trays become molten liquid which cannot be extinguished with water.
It chronicles the bravery of firefighters from Baltimore, Pennsylvania, Washington, DC and New York City who rushed to the blaze, sometimes in frigid, unheated railroad cars, and whose heroic efforts finally extinguished the fire, miraculously without the loss of life.
The court noted, however, that the Service's liens are not extinguished or otherwise affected, and continue to exist outside of bankruptcy.
The tumbler will continue to rotate every 15 seconds to ensure that all articles have been extinguished.
5 times the size of a football field--then the blaze can typically be extinguished for less than $500,000, he estimates.