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  • n. The skills of fire safety, fire prevention, etc.


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  • Upon the walls of their engine house hung trophies for superior firemanship won in nearly every city in the State.

    Hanover; or, The Persecution of the Lowly. Story of the Wilmington Massacre

  • It was a joint effort between the City of Stillwater, which was looking for a second location, and Oklahoma A&M College, which needed a place to house the students of its new firemanship training program.

    The Daily O'Collegian

  • "You said it; and I've got pioneering, pathfinding, athletics, and then come the ten that I selected myself; angling, bugling, carpentry, conservation or whatever you call it, and cycling and firemanship and music hath charms, not, and seamanship and signaling.

    Tom Slade on Mystery Trail


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