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  • Raveendran/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images An effigy of demon king Ravana, stuffed with fire-crackers, burnt in New Delhi, Thursday.

    Dussehra, Durga Puja Celebrations

  • Sparks and flames flew as both limbs disappeared like a string of fire-crackers being torn apart.

    Jack Blank and the Imagine Nation

  • The huge wavering lines of infantry vanished into it, and through gaps we could see them plunging into the river, their pieces above their heads, while the crash-crash-crash of the Russian guns reverberated down from the bluffs, and the tiny white spots of musket-fire began to snap like fire-crackers along the lips of the Russian trenches.

    The Sky Writer

  • It was an astonishing business, for the furs were crackling with electricity, shocking me into unprecedented efforts - I thought I knew everything in the galloping line, but I'll swear there's no more alarming way of doing it than under a pile of skins in a sled skimming through the freezing Russian night; it's like performing on a bed of fire-crackers.

    The Sky Writer

  • Note that one muslim is already sent to prison for 11 years, even there has not been more evicences than some stuff which can also be used in making fire-crackers (which he stated being purpose of that stuff in his home) and few people mentioning some things which do not necessarily mean that there has been any plans about terrorism.

    Rudy Invokes 9/11 To Deflect Questions About Iowa Loss

  • Homemade fire-crackers are only meant to signal understandable frustration.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • “There were a hundred ways, graceful and grave, in which Independence Day might have been commemorated,” he wrote, but Americans chose the “senseless pandemonium” of “a Chinese jollification by fire-crackers.”

    The Five of Hearts

  • They are like fire-crackers: a swirl, a sparkle, and they fall dead on the moist earth.

    Meet Up and Scribble Night

  • The answer was thankfully no which meant that no one had managed to take a bomb in, but he did say that during Diwali he had caught a few people who were trying to carry fire-crackers in their baggage.

    Sniffer Mac

  • Animal welfare organizations like WSD also get calls for dogs that have suffered burn injuries due to fire-crackers and pets that have got lost.

    Small World

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