pyromaniac


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py·ro·ma·ni·ac

(pī'rō-mā'nē-ak),
One affected with pyromania; arsonist.
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Accompanied by a pyromaniac named Violet and a trickster named Hickory, Jane must rescue her father and defeat an immortal villain who is trying to harness the mythical power of the Manor.
A DANGEROUS "pyromaniac" who started fires across south Liverpool was branded a "menace to society" by the investigator who helped catch him.
"He comes here as the emissary of an even more dangerous man, a political pyromaniac, racist and misogynist who must be prevented from taking control of our region," Odeh stated, adding that "The entire Arab List will boycott his speech."
Sometimes NASA conducts experiments that would make a pyromaniac drool. 
Tony Martin's Pyromaniac is sure to be popular following his unlucky last-gasp defeat at the hands of stablemate Quick Jack on Irish Champions Weekend.
Coral: 6 St Michel, 8 Starchitect, 10 Pyromaniac, Sweet Selection, 12 Sea Of Heaven, 16 Blue Rambler, Golden Spear, Jennies Jewel, Magic Circle, Oriental Fox, Star Rider, 20 bar.
THE Tony Martintrained Pyromaniac, recently banned for 42 days, has been give then all-clear to run in Thursday's Guinness Galway Hurdle.
that I'm a pyromaniac! In winter I'll light fires indoors, and in the summer I'll have bonfires.
A PYROMANIAC who destroyed an Aberfan chapel has been jailed to protect the public from his love of starting fires.
LEOPARDSTOWN: 3.30 Coolmore, 4.05 Sanus Per Aquam, 4.40 Pyromaniac, 5.15 Panama Hat, 5.45 Cirrus Des Aigles, 6.20 Amazing Maria, 6.50 Lightning Spear, 7.20 Bold Thady Quill.
We turn feral each year we turn into a pyromaniac. When Guy is gone what can we do for our next blast, We need something to entertain us, fast.