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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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Since joining the Blazes heating team 18 months ago, Luton-based central heating specialist Philip Southern has become an expert on all things central heating.
The blaze in the 13100 block of West Mulholland Drive was reported about 2 p.
Also, setting certain types of blazes is a crime, assumed appropriate for law enforcement and the juvenile justice system to handle.
Between World War I and 1970, government fire crews actively battled any blazes erupting in these forests.
Old brush that did not burn in last year's blazes is of concern as well, Mancha said.
Monday evening, firefighters contained a 50-acre blaze that broke out Monday near a Los Angeles County jail in Castaic, said Los Angeles County fire Capt.
The largest blaze, 1,500 acres, destroyed up to eight vacant mobile homes south of Banning about 90 miles east of Los Angeles, authorities said.
The Southern California blazes broke out Tuesday - the causes are still not determined - as a record-breaking summer heat wave peaked with temperatures soaring well past 100 degrees in many areas.
The Southern California blazes started - for causes that are still not determined - as a record-breaking summer heat wave peaked with temperatures soaring well past 100 degrees in many areas.
Two massive Los Padres National Forest blazes raged untamed in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.
Firefighters stymied by treacherous terrain dumped flammable chemicals from helicopters Saturday in an effort to complete a ring of deliberately set blazes around a Southern California forest fire.