conflagration in A Sentence

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    He died in that Conflagration, at the hands of either Jewish extremists or the Roman army.

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    But during wind-driven urban Conflagrations, homes are usually a major- if not the main- source of fuel.

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    Not only for the peace we seek to achieve, but the Conflagration we seek to avoid.

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    From global refrigeration to rising oceans to planetary Conflagration, it spotlighted the new scientific concern for human extinction.

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    As the others all did the same, immediately the entire palace area was consumed, so great was the Conflagration.

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    Cooking Conflagrations are the leading cause of house fires, which is why an extinguisher is an essential kitchen tool.

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    In their anguish, they try to escape from Hell, back they shall be dragged, and will be told:‘Taste the torment of the Conflagration!'”.

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    More than 4,200 firefighters have been deployed to battle the Conflagration but they have only succeeded in containing 41 percent of it sofar.

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    After Milan was informed of the sanctions, fellow romance author Alyssa Cole shared the decision on Twitter, sparking a Conflagration that is still raging.

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    It observed the site was a flash-point of"continued Conflagration" over the decades and in 1856-57, riots broke out between Hindus and Muslims in the vicinity of the mosque.

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    What is the cause of great Conflagrations, such as prairie fires and fires that seem to spring simultaneously from different parts of a city, and what is spontaneous combustion?

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    The UN chief pointed out that for nearly 75 years, multilateral arrangements established after the Second World War have“saved lives, expanded economic and social progress, upheld human rights and, not least, helped to prevent a third descent into global Conflagration”.

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