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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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Brushfire, an established integrated marketing communications agency founded in 1966, has experience in advertising, public relations, social media and experiential marketing, digital, interactive and in-store merchandising.
Now, with Brushfire, it'll be released all over again, in January 2006.
At the time of closing, Jefferson Plaza was approximately 75% occupied to primary tenants such as National Exchange Carrier Association, AON Insurance, MCI/Worldcom, Jack Morton Worldwide and The Brushfire Group.
That's a tough job in a world plagued with brushfire conflicts and terrorism.
China, says Thiessen, "is spiritual dry brush--a small spark could set off a giant spiritual brushfire.
In response to the devastating 1970 brushfire season in Southern California, a consortium of local, state, and federal fire agencies developed the Incident Command System (ICS).
Heat defeated this attempt to stop a brushfire in southern California but the scene is being repeated across the American west as 70 fires, ignited by lightning storms after weeks without rain, rage over 750,000 acres.
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The trio are Silk Vestments and Never In Debt, both to be ridden by Williamson, and Brushfire, partnered by stable claimer Shane Kelly.
Word of my mother's beans spread like a brushfire throughout the neighborhood.
Clearly, the brushfire fighters can't do the job by themselves.
Aseptic "ban fever" spread like brushfire across the country, with flames fanned by lobbyists of grassroots environmental organizations.