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sparkler

a type of firework that throws out showers of sparks
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She said one of them lit up a sparkler and dropped it on the rest of the fireworks.
Sparklers in-CyberSpace believes their line of full color print products will help businesses market their business effectively by utilizing the award-winning team that has come together to provide professional services that will stand out in a crowd.
Among the different types of fireworks, sparklers accounted for 14 percent of the estimated injuries during the July Fourth period last year; reloadable shells were involved in 12 percent of the estimated injuries; and firecrackers were associated with 10 percent.
Isabel Rhodes, general manager of the shop said: "We were delighted to host the kids and staff from Sparklers Nursery."
The cheapest item is a 12 pack of sparklers for PS1.99 Lidl is also doing a combination offer, with several fireworks available for PS7.99 each or three for PS20 - which includes a Dancefloor pack, a Gothic Lights pack and a new Fire pack - which features roman candles, fountains and rockets.
As somms and retailers are ready to point out, sparklers are super food-friendly, and sparkling-wine-based cocktails are popular at bars and easy to replicate at home.
* Never give sparklers to a child under five years.
A little focused tasting of the main high-quality types available here--West Coast traditional-method sparklers, French Champagne, Spanish cava, and Italian prosecco--will quickly clarify the differences, reveal personal preferences, and turn a holiday gathering into a tasting party that will be fun for wine lovers and neophytes alike.
Includes a five-pack of shot tubes, a 100-shot missile cake, five packs of sparklers, each containing five sparklers, two Catherine wheels, a 24-piece selection box, a five pack of rockets, a 10-shot aerial display, a 16-shot Roman candle cake and a pack of three firework lighters.
Make sure children wear gloves and supervise them at all times when they're holding sparklers.
The photo shows a cake featuring the White House, a few sparklers and the Stars and Stripes and Union Jack.