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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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Not long into the brush fire, the District 7 Task Force was activated, summoning firefighters from departments farther out of the town's normal mutual aid range.
1) A firefighter soaks a ridgeline on a brush fire that broke out Thursday morning along Sierra Highway south of San Fernando Road in Santa Clarita.
The dry woods and occasional winds add to the possibility of brush fires.
Aspen Street and West D Street, Springfield, brush fire, no damage.
BROADCAST NOTE: WIIS has a VNR and B-roll available on brush fire safety and making homes fire safe.
Earlier in the day a brush fire was reported at Country Club Drive and the golf course in Northbridge.
Four engine companies and a forestry truck responded to the brush fire, which was brought under control by 8:30 p.
WESTBORO - A brush fire spread to an apartment building and damaged three units at the Flanders Hill complex on Homestead Boulevard yesterday afternoon.
But times have changed from the days when hundreds of tumbleweeds would roll through the valley, creating traffic hazards, blocking doors and driveways and raising the brush fire danger.
OXFORD - Firefighters from across the region battled a massive brush fire yesterday that scorched up to 50 acres in the woods off Diane Drive.
NEWHALL -- Firefighters made quick work Thursday of a brush fire that broke out at the mouth of Whitney Canyon in Newhall, but the region was under a blanket of smoke all day from the much larger forest fire burning to the north.
Old Bay Road at Wattaquadock Hill Road, brush fire.