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“Danielle Mitterrand said that sometimes you wondered if the press wanted to put out the fire or make it into something bigger.”
“Why would I want to put out there on my license - hey, I'm a nut job," said Marvin Myers, president of the Georgia Vietnam Veterans Alliance Inc.”
“A tower of three made a bar the right height to put out shakers and fixings for our preppy cocktail of choice, PV&Ts—Pink Vodka Tonics, with a splash of grenadine and green fruit skewers, alternating lime and kiwi.”
“As I bent to put out the lamp, I heard her speak; a low half-muffled growl, not like her clear voice before the fight.”
“While preaching at the lake of Gennesaret, Christ directed Peter to put out his nets for fish.”
“Our firemen were all ready to put out the fire; and the Saracens, not being able to aim straight at them, on account of the two pent-house wings which the King had made, shot straight up into the clouds, so that the fire-darts fell right on top of them.”
“The blast sent a huge cloud of black smoke over Baghdad's Andalus square, and firefighters struggled to put out the blaze.”
“Turned out to be nothing but some triggerhappy grunts back at the fire base, but we had to put out ambushes and sit around.”
“He devoured kung-pao chicken and chili shrimp, with a Tsingtao beer to put out the fire from the peppers.”
“Approved [Langsdorff's proposal to put out to the neutral boundary and, if possible, fighting through to Buenos Aires].”
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