firework

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firework

a device, such as a Catherine wheel, Roman candle, or rocket, in which combustible materials are ignited and produce coloured flames, sparks, and smoke, sometimes accompanied by bangs
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Rather a series of ongoing, reciprocal and geographically variable interactions that proved as transformative for the art of pyrotechny as it did for the natural sciences.
The display of British pyrotechny in Orlando is surely a satirical comment on the English government's attempt to impress the Turks with "the superiority of the British." The fireworks in Orlando merely delays the revolt of the Turks against the Sultan, which occurs on the same day that Orlando awakens.