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fo·go sel·va·gem

(fō'gō sel'vă-jem),
A form of pemphigus foliaceus, occurring in southern Brazil, in which the lesions are bullous, appear localized to the face and upper trunk, become widespread, variegated, erythrodermic, and exfoliative, and are immunologically indistinguishable from pemphigus foliaceus or vulgaris.
[Pg. wild fire]
Dermatology See Fogo selvagem
Public safety An uncontrolled fire—e.g., forest fire, scrub fire—that occurs in sparsely or unpopulated regions
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An earlier brush fire in Sterling spread fast off the rail trail accessed by Gates Road.
It was a spark from a train that started a couple of brush fires in Grafton Monday near Old Upton Road.
BROADCAST NOTE: WIIS has a VNR and B-roll available on brush fire safety and making homes fire safe.
GRAPH) Brush fires in Massachusetts: Average per month, 2004 - 2008
The recent spell of warm, dry weather has resulted in hundreds of brush fires statewide.
Some 600 state, county and city firefighters were busy Thursday battling brush fires that raged from Elysian Park in the south to Westlake Village in the west and Castaic in the north.
The patch of land has experienced many small brush fires over the years, and firefighters attribute that to a steep grade on that section of the freeway.
Crews left the sites of both brush fires shortly after 5:30 p.
SANTA CLARITA - A beefed up firefighting force was on standby Monday in Santa Clarita as high winds whipped through canyon passes, priming brush fire conditions.
Brush fires also broke out yesterday afternoon in Bellingham, near the Blackstone town line.
The Los Angeles Fire Department tactical task force deployed four teams in Valley areas with the greatest potential for brush fires.