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blaze

a broad white stripe down the face, wider than the nasal bones and including the forehead and all or part of the muzzle. Used in the description of horses.
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Hopes were high with eight new players on the roster and after the disappointment of losing their opening BNL game, Blaze were the team to beat for much of the league season before eventually finishing fourth.
That's because ``Blaze'' has one purpose: He wants to blaze a trail for freestyle snowmobile, which will make its Winter X Games debut this week.
Another member of the Blase family has also been critical to the success of Blaze Recycling & Metals.
The Blaze belts feature an improved SG grain with a stronger wear resistance for faster cutting and longer belt life.
The interviews should begin before the blaze is extinguished.
The prized addition to the Challenge Cup, won two weeks ago, puts Blaze in a rare group to have won two trophies at the highest level.
In a test at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory in July, Mindspeed, Tyco, Blaze, and other vendors proved that their XAUI devices designed to the IEEE 802.
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Instead he wished for a way to avoid further confrontation with the knotty-haired Blaze Davis, the boy who jeered at him every chance Sister's back provided.
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Blaze Mobile, a leader in mobile payment solutions, has invented a new patent pending "smart" sticker that enables information to be transferred in real-time between the sticker and a mobile device without the use of a carrier network.
COVENTRY BLAZE Under-12s fell to a 5-1 defeat in Telford but the margin of victory didn't reflect Blaze's battling performance.