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  • He's tried to prove himself as a social conservative: In April, with drought-fueled wildfires raging in his state, Perry issued a proclamation calling on Texans to pray for rain.

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  • The figures released Wednesday also do not include the losses caused by drought-fueled wildfires, which have destroyed some 3.3 million acres of Texas rangeland in the past 10 months.

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  • But plentiful rain was not expected in Texas, which is suffering through a destructive and deadly flurry of drought-fueled wildfires.

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  • It certainly looked that way last year as curtains of fire and dust turned the skies of Indonesia orange, thanks to drought-fueled blazes sweeping the island nation.

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  • - Oklahomans and Texans returned home to charred buildings, ruined cars and glowing rock Friday in the wake of several drought-fueled, wind-driven fires, at least one of which was deliberately set, according to fire officials.

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  • Friday, April 10, 2009, 9: 41 p.m. Oklahomans and Texans returned home to charred buildings, ruined cars and glowing rock Friday in the wake of several drought-fueled, wind-driven fires, at least one of which was deliberately set, according to fire officials.

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  • -- Oklahomans and Texans returned home to charred buildings, ruined cars and glowing rock Friday in the wake of several drought-fueled, wind-driven fires, at least one of which was deliberately set, according to fire officials.

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  • - Oklahomans and Texans returned home to charred buildings, ruined cars, and glowing rock yesterday in the aftermath of several drought-fueled, wind-driven fires, at least one of which was deliberately set, according to fire officials.

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  • : Oklahomans and Texans returned home to charred buildings, ruined cars and glowing rock Friday in the wake of several drought-fueled, wind-driven fires, at least one of which was deliberately set, according to fire officials.

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  • (AP) - Oklahomans and Texans returned home to charred buildings, ruined cars and glowing rock Friday in the wake of several drought-fueled, wind-driven fires, at least one of which was deliberately set, according to fire officials.

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