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- v. To burn more brightly
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- v. burn brightly
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If I talk to her it’ll give her something else to add to it, or else she’ll be brokenhearted and contrite and have to confess to someone terribly confidentially, and the whole thing’ll blaze up again.”
It therefore came as no surprise when, one fine summer night while they were watching London’s skyline blaze up into a violet sky, and Tom had regained his strength, he said: I do not belong here, Miss Anjali.