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The saintly Martha (Maxine Peake) is also trying to get her old flame off a murder charge and is having to confront the possibility that she might be wrong about her client's innocence.
And when you turn the flame off at the [end] of operation, the torch will also remain cold afterwards, so you can put it down anywhere you want.
1989 was clearly boomtime for female singers, with the mighty Hand on your Heart by upcoming Australian pop kitten Kylie Minogue finally knocking Eternal Flame off its perch at the beginning of May.
Considering Punjabi was a 14-1 shot against the likes of Darlan and Countrywide Flame off level weights in the Christmas Hurdle, the 40-1 with Coral looks way too big for him in a handicap.
Eugene lamp glass artist Eli Mazet of Mazet Studios and the Imagine Gallery has placed first in the singles division and first in best use of dichroic glass categories at the Sonoran Glass Art Academy Annual Flame Off in Tucson, Ariz.
She hadn't even warmed a mug yet, nor put coffee grounds in a filter; she hadn't touched that goddamn card with its insignia of twisted snakes, nor had she turned the flame off beneath the spider, and she watched the gas burn blue and coral and without purpose, without anything on top of it to boil.
Chief Beijing organiser Liu Qi carried the flame off the plane.
WELL, they've finally cracked the problem of how to put lashings of sex on screen and keep the keepers of the Mary Whitehouse flame off their backs.
Serious responses should be read by the Web site's editorial staff, shunting fluff and flame off to feedback boards (if you have them) and treating serious discussions seriously.
The slanted roof was heated by bouncing or "reverberating" the flame off the ceiling.
No one could quickly shut the gas flame off because the key was locked inside the manager's desk.