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Yes, that's the best place for such inflammable nonsense.
As the flames gained headway it became apparent to Tarzan that whatever had caused the explosion had scattered some highly inflammable substance upon the surrounding woodwork, for the water which they poured in from the pump seemed rather to spread than to extinguish the blaze.
About the walls were a number of flaming torches stuck in holes in a clay plaster which evidently served the purpose of preventing the inflammable wood and grasses of which the hut was composed from being ignited by the flames.
It was a very sentimental and rather ill-spelled epistle in which the inflammable Cyrus reproached her in heart-rending words for her coldness, and begged her to answer his letter, saying that if she did he would keep the secret "in violets.
Nicholl had thought, not perhaps without reason, that the handling of such formidable quantities of pyroxyle would, in all probability, involve a grave catastrophe; and at any rate, that this immense mass of eminently inflammable matter would inevitably ignite when submitted to the pressure of the projectile.
A world of inflammable lovers of the Romeo and Juliet type would very soon end in barbarism and misery.
Sapsea; and mentions that dear Ned, and that inflammable young spark of Mr.
Into one edge of this little area the trapper brought the females, directing Middleton and Paul to cover their light and inflammable dresses with the blankets of the party.
Well--that's inflammable,' said Wardle, adopting the substitute;
He said four different Civil Defence teams are monitoring the cooling process by turn to prevent another fire breaking out at the paint factory because of the highly inflammable materials stored inside.
The initial investigation showed that the ceiling of the gutted centre was made of inflammable materials.
The consonant-starved first name and diminutive surname of sluggish-looking Emerey Weschlette suggest nail files and inflammable fabric.