“And did he "enflame" Muslim terrorists for the FIRST WTC bombing in 1993?”
“What exactly did Bush do to "enflame" during 8 months of presidency before 9/11?”
“Yet these exertions have served not to reduce but to enflame the sources of conflict.”
“But one must not reduce Public Enemies to an explosive dose of itching powder intended to enflame the Internet sites, or two riotously funny self-critical numbers in the vein of”
“As social media's role in the London riots is explored, British politicians are considering whether temporarily banning or censoring sites like Twitter and Facebook would quell or enflame the tensions, Cassell Bryan-Low reports from London.”
““A ridiculously potent scent to demand my attention, a silent mind to enflame my curiosity, a quiet beauty to hold my eyes and a selfless soul to earn my awe” Edward-Bella, Midnight Sun”
“Gluten causes it to enflame and swell, and it stops absorbing.”
“He wrapped his compromise effort in rhetoric so bellicose as to enflame southern Democrats.”
“Everyone knew this would enflame the Washington debate set to begin afresh in early December when the new Congress convened—with the House of Representatives under Whig control.”
“He warns that though the white supremacist groups may appear to be marginal, they exploit and enflame racial divisions that run through all of American culture, and they are moving from the margins to the mainstream.”
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