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brush fire

[′brəsh ‚fīr]
(forestry)
A fire involving growth that is heavier than grass but less than full tree size.
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has acquired marketing communications agency Brushfire, Inc., the company said on Wednesday.
Brushfire will continue to operate under its current name.
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JACK JOHNSON En Concert (Brushfire) w RECORDED during Johnson's Sleep Through The Static world tour in 2008, this collection features hits such as If I Had Eyes, Flake and Banana Pancakes, Devotees of the surfer-turned-singer's laidback, folksy style will adore this acoustic, stripped down live album.
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SIGNED to fellow surfer Jack Johnson's Brushfire Records label, the former Slowdive and Mojave 3 member has developed a similar laid-back groove.
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