fire fountain

fire fountain

[′fīr ‚fau̇nt·ən]
(geology)
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They would not listen; and drew nearer, saying, while bright sparks showered from their lips, "We will not let you go, for you have promised to be ours if the gems you brought proved worthless; so fling away this cold white cloak, and bathe with us in the fire fountains, and help us bring back to our bosom flames the light we gave you for the child.
An incredible fire fountain forms the focal point of this ultramodern space, and its black simplicity stands in stark contrast to the lobby's cool sweep of limestone floor.
It's best just to enjoy their show for its high camp, riotous fun, complete with fire fountain finale.
The parade will be marked by the switching off the Burj Al Arab's exterior lights and fire fountain, plunging Dubai famous landmark into darkness.
Accompanying this huge lava output were vigorous fire fountains that pumped tens of megatonnes of sulphur into the atmosphere.
However, Kling could find no proof of lava flows, fire fountains or any traces of volcanic gases.
Fire walkways and towers, water and fire fountains were accompanied by classical and rock music.
Such fire fountains are not particularly common on Io, explains Alfred McEwen (University of Arizona), so glimpsing this one with Galileo's telescopic camera represents a "one-in-500-chance observation.
There she witnesses gentle lava flows as well as fire fountains, geysers of molten lava that shoot up several hundred feet.
The park will be transformed into a fire garden with pools of fire, fire towers, sculptures and water and fire fountains.
Fire-lined walkways, pools of fire, fire towers, sculptures, water and fire fountains and artists from the UK, Spain and the USA will create their own fire shows.
In Gateshead Saltwell Park will be the focal point as it is transformed into a spectacular `Fire Garden', with fire-lined walkways, fire towers, spectacular water and fire fountains as well as world-class entertainment.