31 examples of Ablaze in a sentence
Because when an elder dies a library is burned, and throughout the world, libraries are
Just let her in and witness her set your days
Once the forest is ablaze, it doesn't do any good to blow out the match.
There's one more thing you can do to protect yourself from experiencing the symptoms of Alzheimer's, even if you have the full-blown disease pathology
in your brain.
You can see Europe is
The boss of the company whose building is set
displays the same unpredictability, and so does his wife.
It shows a furry-headed, heavy-browed Hyde running into a house which is then set
by a pursuing mob.
That commitment was apparent in the rioting and destruction that followed Singh’s conviction, in which 30 people were killed, dozens of vehicles burned, several buildings (including two new hotels) set ablaze, train carriages wrecked, and roads blocked, paralyzing life across an important swath of northern India for several days.
The Politics of Revolutionary SurpriseDURHAM – In setting himself
following a humiliating encounter with the police, the university-educated Tunisian vegetable seller Mohamed Bouazizi triggered a wave of protests across the Arab world.
With most of the country now ablaze, this argument is less convincing.
For once, what has set financial markets
are not their excesses, but those of Wall Street.
Any direct military confrontation with Iran would, of course, set the region ablaze, greatly surpassing all previous Middle East wars.
Never in modern times, however, has isolationism protected America from danger; instead it delays engagement when conflagrations are
Most of the Middle East is ablaze, stoking speculation that a long Sunni-Shia war (like Europe’s Thirty Years’ War between Catholics and Protestants) could be at hand.
They then cut off David's arms before setting him
Recall how Iraqi soldiers retreating from Kuwait in 1991 set hundreds of wellheads
The European house is ablaze, and Downing Street is calling for a rational and resolute response by the fire brigade.
The current spate of violence began on February 27 th , when a train carrying many Hindu devotees was set
by some Muslims at Godhra, Gujarat.
No day passes without major headlines of big mergers in Europe;Germany is
as its mammoth corporations are performing mating rites.
Russian tanks are less than 25 miles away, and the wheat fields along the main road to Gori were ablaze, set on fire by Russian troops, as I drove through Russian checkpoints to get to that deserted, occupied city.
The Fire This Time in HaitiHaiti, once again, is
And already I could see enormous sharks moving in, eyes ablaze, drawn by the lure of human flesh!
It was a shark of huge size, moving in diagonally, eyes ablaze, jaws wide open!
"All right, you can try your luck!""Thank you, sir," Ned Land replied, his eyes
The little chapel seemed to be
'His eye is
with a sombre fire; he has the air of a Prince in disguise; the arrogance of his gaze has increased.'
'Yes, in the eyes of certain people,' Julien answered her with an expression of the most ill-concealed scorn, his eye still
from his conversation with Altamira, 'but unfortunately for people of birth, he was a lawyer at Mery-sur-Seine; that is to say, Mademoiselle,' he went on with an air of sarcasm, 'that he began life like several of the Peers whom I see here this evening.
My King, who is now burning to have me hanged, and who, before the revolt, used to address me as _tu_, would have given me the Grand Cordon of his Order if I had cut off those three heads and distributed the money in those safes: for then I should have scored at least a partial success, and my country would have had a Charter of sorts ...Such is the way of the world, it is a game of chess.''Then,' replied Julien, his eyes ablaze, 'you did not know the game; now ...''I should cut off the heads, you mean, and I should not be a Girondin as you gave me to understand the other day?
'That wretch's eyes are ablaze,' he said to himself; 'what a triumph for that vile nature!
There was a great beacon ready on the hill by Tweedmouth, built up of logs and tar-barrels; and I can well remember how, night after night, I strained my eyes to see if it were