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fiery

1. (of the skin or a sore) inflamed
2. flammable or containing flammable gas
3. (of a cricket pitch) making the ball bounce dangerously high
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Speaking her mind and holding nothing back, CAM steps up as country's fieriest female ready to make history.
In fact, one of those who gave the fieriest defence of the detention holds a key post in one of the most crucial commissions as far as national unity is concerned.
For his part, Greek Orthodox Patriarchal Assistant Archbishop, Luca al-Khoury, said that all victories achieved by Syria will not divert our attention from al-Quds, the land of the Christian and Islamic sanctities, which is exposed to the fieriest campaign by the US backed by some Arab regimes.
As we took the final step and walked into the center of the Tateuchi Courtyard, we marveled at the surrounding gold, russet and orange hues bathing us in this fieriest of season's emerging glow.
The Festival also aims at highlighting the role played by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fieriest in supporting SMEs in marketing their products.
The prospect of an Article Five convention was particularly well-received in Pierson, where he drew more than 100 people to a baseball diamond and offered his fieriest remarks of the day on gay marriage.
In one of the most expensive House campaigns in the country, Nolan held off a wealthy young businessman with one of the fieriest populist campaigns in the country.
Let us not forget that Dante reserved one of the fieriest corners of his inferno for those who, in a time of moral crisis, try to stay neutral.
Ghost peppers are more than 400 times hotter than tabasco sauce and among the fieriest in the world.
The sarcasm dripped rich and thick as a surprisingly re- energised Modi delivered one of his fieriest campaign speeches.
Euphorbia griffithii is at its fieriest Euphorbia griffithii is at its fieriest in late spring and many other spurges reach their peak simultaneously.