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Of a woman being burned at the stake?

Louisiana officials are trying to learn what motivated a sheriff’s deputy’s son who allegedly burned three black churches in the state recently.

Louisiana officials are trying to learn what motivated a sheriff’s deputy’s son who allegedly burned three black churches in the state recently.

He sported a bandage over his right hand where he was burned grabbing the barrel.

But the phrase “fundamentally incompatible” was already burned into my brain.

The tape I played and burned the most out of that Wayne era was SQ4, by far.

By all accounts, the flames have burned the whole area beyond recognition.

Counties … Kim Kardashian was among those fleeing the area, and Caitlyn Jenner’s home has already burned down.

— rather crashed and burned at the box office, despite its family-friendly premise and children’s literature pedigree.

I burned the underside of the second joint of my left index finger so badly it required surgical attention…

He has burned through three marriages.

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(Well, almost — her hair burned off in the books, but the show didn’t want to make Emilia Clarke go bald.)

Many in his base still feel burned by the DNC after the divisive Democratic presidential primary.

Meanwhile, the fire has already burned through 270,000 acres and destroyed more than 1,300 structures.

Her skin was burned from being pushed against the carpet and her face “actually scabbed over the rug burns.”

“They chopped his head off, burned his body, put it in a box and sent it to my house,” Pilgeram told AZCentral.

“She is alive but very burned and swollen,” said one of the women’s relatives at the hospital.

Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight is an escape that won’t leave you feeling burned upon returning to reality.

Margery Golde, died 1297, burned to death after a night of being “drunk beyond measure”, her bed catching fire in her slumber Same, same.

Mobs burned a village health center, blocked a highway and pelted cars with stones.

On the shorelines, the mayonnaise thick algae was so built up it burned Baum’s sinuses.

Another caller said her husband and others were burned and they needed more ambulances.

According to initial reports, more than 30 people were burned by walking on the coals, and 5 were hospitalized.

Later, once nitrate film was phased out, many archives were intentionally burned, simply to destroy the hazardous material.

Fire departments held collection drives for nitrate films and burned them.

“Those of us who were burned by this are now permanently locked into that depressed price,” said Gutman, the software developer and Mt.

Fourteen police were wounded, and a government truck was burned.

And everywhere below us fires burned.

I guess the cliche is true: that when you play with fire, you’ll eventually get burned.

With more funding, staff might have been less burned out.

Not every experiment worked — basically every sub-imprint the company attempted crashed and burned.

An image of presumable lovers, falling hand in hand from the World Trade Center as it burned.

With each new season, a new bachelor was named, new girls were introduced, and new relationships burned out.

I was just burned out, and I knew I had to save myself if he didn’t want to be saved.

I got really burned out on stand-up.

Scott Disick is mending burned bridges one flower bouquet at a time, starting with Bella Thorne.

By the end of the weekend, rioters looted, burned, and destroyed the festival in its entirety.

The complex took over the top spot from the Thomas Fire, which burned 281,893 acres in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties in 2017.

Salib gave the example of an accountant who burned down an office building.

Islamic State burned Youhanna’s home and stole his equipment.

Another Qaraqosh farmer, Sami Nissan Yessi, said his equipment too had been ransacked and his barns burned.

“People were burned.

Around two thirds had been beaten and burned with cigarettes.

Around two thirds had been beaten and burned with cigarettes.

“We believe that up to 100 cars have been burned or damaged,” police spokeswoman Ulla Brehm said.

“They were organized and prepared.” A handful of cars were also burned overnight in Stockholm.

On April 2, Greater Union Baptist was burned.

John Bel Edwards and the pastors of the three burned churches.

So we were kinda set until the house got burned down by the owner.

They just burned the house down while there were 40 people sleeping inside.

Outside the Washington post pic.twitter.com/lJxY5o7jrU Some protesters damaged property, burned Trump merchandise, and tried to block Trump supporters from getting to the inauguration site.

The smell of burned pine still lingers in the air, along with a metallic odor from melted cars and other objects.

“The house burned down but my memories have not,” Maria said.

People in Paris mourned with Macron, with observers lining the streets as the cathedral burned.

This court win came about after a mosque in Texas was burned down and a woman at J.F.K.

Kate Hudson’s arms avoided getting burned thanks to nature’s sunblock, but her ass wasn’t as fortunate.

Welp … looks like that bridge is burned.

Tesla reported the largest quarterly loss in its history — $717.5 million — revealing that it burned through $430 million in cash over three months.

In typical power plants, fuel is mixed with air and burned.

It’s also rich in medium-chain fatty acids, which can be burned as efficient and consistent sources of energy for athletes.

Near docks, where the algae was pushed by the wind to about three-inches high, Baum said, the smell burned his sinuses.

They smashed and burned police cars.

And on top of all this, none of the accused witches were stoned or burned at the stake in Salem, either.

“There is a good amount of infrastructure that has burned down, homes have burned down, wineries have burned.

This has tripled the length of the fire season and increased the burned area sevenfold compared to fires sparked by lightning.

The landlords who burned this borough down, and retired in Florida with the insurance money, were never sought after, never indicted, or held responsible.

Surrounding the one-man prison cell were portraits rendered on American flags, burned and tattered at the edges, each illuminated with its own individual lamp.

Cities were burned; the reigning king, Oba Ovonranwmen, was forced into exile; and works of art and other treasures were looted.

(That assumes the US should be responsible for those emissions, no matter where the fuels are burned, which is of course a controversial proposition.)

The Crystal Palace Dinosaurs lasted longer than the Crystal Palace itself, which burned down in 1936.

The Rocky Peak Fire has burned about 20 acres, officials said and the nearby Lynn Fire has scorched some 15 acres.

Cover image: Alameda County Sheriff Coroner officers search for human remains at a burned residence in Paradise, California on November 12, 2018.

Rohingya refugees say soldiers and Buddhist civilians killed families, burned many villages and carried out gang rapes.

Not being able to shield yourself from the harsh realities can be very taxing, and it’s really easy to get burned out.

“So they put tires inside the entrances and burned them.

The South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Monday the 2016 Tesla Model S caught fire and burned the 48-year-old driver beyond recognition.

I think in between Nobody’s Darlings and Rebels and Rogues, I was getting pretty burned out.

He was a great fire who burned bright.

If so, you are one of the two-thirds of Americans who report feeling burned out on the job, according to a recent Gallup poll.

That breaks down into 23 percent who are burned out very often or always, and another 44 percent who feel that way sometimes.

Police used pepper spray and bean-bag rounds, and demonstrators burned police vehicles in response.

Police used pepper spray and bean-bag rounds, and demonstrators burned police vehicles in response.

Peel away the burned skin.

The naysayers could get burned on this one.

During that time, several patients burned alive as they lay in hospital beds.

frontwoman Laura Jane Grace, who is transgender, burned her birth certificate onstage at a show in Durham.

The village priest, Father Albert Leblastier, and a Franciscan priest were shot dead and their bodies burned.

Breuer has burned, folded, and gouged his surfaces before.

The theme song is burned into my soul.

One town of 26,000, called Paradise, burned down almost entirely.

Around 150,000 acres, or 234 square miles total, have burned in the blaze, and it’s only now 65 percent contained.

They formed new alliances in an attempt to get what they want, and sometimes they burned people to death.

Media reported that Trump effigies burned across Mexico, from Puebla to Mexico’s industrial hub Monterrey.

Sure, after a divided primary Republicans feel burned and frustrated, but that will blow over — and Trump really will start sounding presidential.

Dozens of residents of bombarded southern villages blocked an Israeli traffic junction and burned tyres in protest at what they deemed a government capitulation.

A border wall-for-DACA deal might have more takers in the Democratic caucus if they hadn’t been burned by Trump before.

Andersen was working out of his parents’ home, but during development, his parents not only got divorced but the house burned down.

With more funding, staff might have been less burned out.

When his famous Jag Cave burned down years ago, Charlie Setting promised to re-build.

(Although, as The Card Catalog points out, the Library of Alexandria most likely didn’t die because it was burned, but because of bureaucratic neglect.)

Left-wing protesters in Manila took to the streets and burned banners with Trump’s image on them ahead of his visit to the Philippines.

Their romance crashed and burned.

In typical power plants, fuel is mixed with air and burned.

Some immigrants have been burned by misrepresentations made about the program by promoters, both inside and outside the United States.

The flames burned eight feet high out of the volleyball-sized hole, according to local news reports, for more than 40 minutes.

It burned red-orange, at about two feet in diameter.

Made from bamboo-based joss paper, they’re meant to be burned.

It burned to the ground Saturday night.

By Friday, UN investigators had compiled the names of 96 victims, but could not identify 10 bodies that they said were burned “beyond recognition.”

By Friday, UN investigators had compiled the names of 96 victims, but could not identify 10 bodies that they said were burned “beyond recognition.”

He said jurors would hear of how Guzman personally shot two members of a rival cartel and ordered them thrown into holes and burned.

The fire, referred to as La Tuna, has burned more than 7,000 acres and forced more than 700 residents to evacuate.

Bellevue Hospital, with the help of NYU, also provides medical services like reconstructive surgery for burned limbs and gynecologists for female genital cutting survivors.

She burned a portrait of Raphael into her mother’s bread board.

“In the past we would hear of one field being burned once every few years.

Andersen was working out of his parents’ home, but during development, his parents not only got divorced but the house burned down.

Lauda was badly burned in the crash, but he made a miraculous recovery an returned to racing only 6 weeks later.

“On the slopes of Rozel Point I closed my eyes, and the sun burned crimson through the lids,” Smithson wrote in 1972.

His face was hideously burned during childhood by his abusive older brother Gregor (“the Mountain”), leading to a lifelong fear of fire.

But the clock was back in business by 1948, with sculptor Vojtěch Sucharda restoring the badly burned apostle figures.

The elders may decide that the wood from the sculpture should not be burned and instead should be used/disposed in some other way.

Whatever the reason, the fire burned 139 acres of public land and forestalled grazing for two seasons.

Under cross-examination by the defense, he said he had burned his original notes, but had not been instructed to do so.

We were both crying and burned raw.

Downstream impacts happen after the pipeline, for instance when the natural gas is burned in a power plant.]

We pushed and shoved one another to get out—it’s a burden to know that some people got burned because of you.

Other people have told me that I shouldn’t speak up because I didn’t actually get burned.

That petcoke piles up in places like Southeast Chicago, waiting to be burned as a cheaper, less efficient coal substitute.

In the end, he simply burned out, succumbing to a fever at the age of 32.

Unfortunately, she was eventually captured, given a sham trial, and burned at the stake by the English.

Related: Watch VICE News interview Joseph Hickman From 2002 until 2009, there was no regulation for what could or could not be burned.

And so KBR burned Styrofoam, plastics, tires, pesticide containers, batteries, medical waste, and even human body parts.

According to a 2010 Government Accountability Report, more than 1,000 known toxins and carcinogens were burned in the pits.

Perhaps the holiday cup fury has burned itself out.

Related: Watch VICE News interview Joseph Hickman From 2002 until 2009, there was no regulation for what could or could not be burned.

And so KBR burned Styrofoam, plastics, tires, pesticide containers, batteries, medical waste, and even human body parts.

According to a 2010 Government Accountability Report, more than 1,000 known toxins and carcinogens were burned in the pits.

KBR, however, claims that the military chose both the locations of the burn pits and the makeup of what was burned.

(She told The Independent that her practice is now closed, and that the couple has already burned through all of their savings.)

Rich countries have plundered and burned huge amounts of fossil fuels and gotten rich from them.

In 2017, a near-record 10 million acres (4 million hectares) were burned in U.S. wildfires, the National Interagency Coordination Center said.

Others are burned out entirely.

In other words, the act of drawing burned scenes into the artist’s mind one by one.

How’d it get burned?

The widely publicized default burned Anne Xing and other investors who now are suing Chang’an.

Less commonly, 145 victims were axed to death, 94 were drowned by force, and 63 were burned alive.

More and more perpetrators would be exposed, until we finally burned it all down, one illegally obtained mansion at a time.

The horns and tusks were burned so that they could never make it into the hands of criminals.

I was not equipped to play on this new turf — all my investment and effort had burned up.

At the Gravelines nuclear power station, in the north of France, disgruntled employees burned tires in the road and handed out anti-reform law flyers.

At the Gravelines nuclear power station, in the north of France, disgruntled employees burned tires in the road and handed out anti-reform law flyers.

So, you’re already burned.

When burned as fuel, natural gas sends about half as much carbon into the atmosphere as coal.

Abdul Bari, 48, told Reuters his small brick shop had been burned down with a petrol bomb.

First separate houses burned, then the whole city.

… Several days ago it was still green, there were flowers, and now everything was burned down.

Everything was burned down to the yellow sand.

Nothing else was recognizable … the whole street had burned.

Grandmothers and grandfathers and many small children had burned.

We walked and if you saw a black corpse, it meant a burned old man.

In fact, that drama backfired on Guaidó as an anti-Maduro protester burned one truck carrying the delivered cargo.

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He survived the crash but was trapped and burned to death because of the vehicle’s defects.”

During previous hearings one of the police witnesses told the court he had burned his notes from the time of the arrests.

L’Oréal’s got another angry customer … and she says SHE has PHOTOGRAPHIC evidence the company burned her bald.

Taylor’s suing on behalf of all women allegedly burned for more than $5 million in damages.

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the number of structures that have burned down.

In 2000, a man burned a backpackers’ hostel to the ground in Childers, Queensland, killing 15.

It was not clear if the video was shot in one of the stations where the ballots were later burned.

One such rider posted his stats on Instagram: 17.49 miles biked, 960 calories burned, 699 kilojoules of total ride output.

“Crude oil, if burned in an incorrect way, the way we burn it, of course has emissions.

Many were burned.

Hydrogen power works when hydrogen is burned with oxygen to produce huge amounts of energy, with the only by-product being water.

They burned six plantations and fought off white militias for a week before the rebellion was ended.

Marcus Lehto As with the first game, with Halo 2, Jason really burned out.

Once people feel burned or unsafe on an internet platform, it’s tough to win them back.

But Facebook keeps getting burned by a lack of human oversight.

Trump Tower provided an eerie canvas for a photographer who snapped this pic as an area of the building burned.

“[They] burned his house down,” responded another judge.

At one location, protesters were dispersed with pepper spray, while they burned election equipment in three places.

Nitrogen dioxide is produced when gasoline gets burned in cars or coal gets burned in power plants.

(Large vaccine makers felt burned spending millions on developing an Ebola vaccine in 2014 that will never yield profits.)

“Our house is under threat of being burned,” DeGeneres wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

Coal produces almost twice the amount of carbon dioxide as natural gas when burned.

The ruthless pounding continued, intermittently lit by flashes of light that burned the image, quite literally, into the retinas of the crowd.

Entire neighborhoods have burned to the ground, and many families I know have lost everything.

The hair burned off their legs.

When burned, these fuels emit carbon dioxide, which traps heat in the atmosphere.

The Woolsey Fire has burned 91,500 acres so far with 20 percent containment.

Both of these fires are in Ventura County, where the 282,000-acre Thomas Fire burned late last year.

Then the gargantuan Mendocino Complex Fire sparked and burned more than 459,000 acres in July.

According to Cal Fire, California has seen almost double the area burned across its service territory than at the same time last year.

Her brother Loras is said to have been badly burned in battle.

A Reuters witness saw one dead person at the scene, where four cars burned and a restaurant was destroyed.

The electric company, PREPA, relied on selling bonds to pay for the imported oil it burned at its power plants.

Dozens of residents burned alive in their cars as they waited in traffic lines to evacuate the city.

She burned Emily’s manuscript of whatever was to follow Wuthering Heights, too.

The Mendocino Complex Fire in July burned a record number of acres — 460,000 — while Camp Fire was the deadliest, with around 80 casualties.

Unsurprisingly, the company burned through cash and had to raise prices and limit its offerings.

That evening, I noticed my forehead was burned.

“They were saying there was a person that was burned alive in there,” Cristy told me through an interpreter.

In 2000, Robert Paul Long burned a backpackers’ hostel to the ground in Childers, Queensland, killing 15.

Where was it thrown, where was it burned?” Cavusoglu said.

He did not say whether Turkey had evidence that pointed to the body having been burned.

That sight is now burned into my eyes forever.

It would be an honor,” the women were reportedly told to say before their skin was burned.

“Maybe they burned up in the big fire.

It would be an honor,” the women were reportedly told to say before their skin was burned.

While the house burned, Lopes used the pipe from a vacuum cleaner to smash the windows and windshields in Rison’s cars.

Varys: Daenerys’s father Aerys was called the Mad King because he burned those who he believed to be disloyal.

There, you’re forced to look up, standing under a white dome blackened by churning swaths of tarred and burned paper.

Witnesses say other dead bodies were burned or buried in mass graves.

Urban Meyer burned himself to a crisp in Gainesville before rebounding in Columbus.

Another review of studies from 2012 found that people generally overestimated how much energy exercise burned and ate more when they worked out.

At some point during the conflict, several trucks full of aid burned as well.

At some point during the conflict, several trucks full of aid burned as well.

Like, “you burned me on this.” Right.

Still, it’s remarkable that Trump has burned through so many of his choices for senior jobs in less than seven months in office.

You forgot to turn it off at daybreak, and now you’ve burned through all of your oil.

He also claims they burned his testicles when he arrived, and that he still has the scars.

And other solar fuels like methanol or ethanol could be burned in today’s gas engines, without any retrofitting.

“I don’t think they want to get burned again.”

The man who said his testicles were burned asks me to take his picture; he’s crying.

The rag burned itself out inside the store without incident.

They also burned T-shirts and other items labeled with Trump’s catchphrase, “Make America Great Again.”

Did you get burned once?

No, I haven’t been burned, but it’s always helpful.

Many burned out doctors cut back their hours to cope, and a disturbing number commit suicide.

By this point, they’d burned through the stacks of stolen tickets the Black Panther had gifted them.

The Creek Fire near Sylmar burned more than 15,600 acres since it ignited Tuesday, triggering evacuation orders affecting more than 120,000 people.

In eight days, they’ve burned more than 213,000 acres, destroyed close to 5,700 structures and forced the evacuations of at least 40,000 people.

Insurgents burned down the police headquarters in Jaghato district, he said.

Thousands of houses have been burned since December, according to the Congo Research Group, a U.S.-based organization.

On arrival, he found the community had largely been burned to the ground, including his brother’s house.

If a fire burned perfectly, the log would be completely torn down into carbon dioxide and water vapor.

But now both candidacies have crashed and burned.

This has doubled the area burned by forest fires.

(“We should all feel the Bern, but we shouldn’t get burned by the other guy!”)

“Let us witness the destruction of Israel’s hegemony,” one protest leader shouted into a megaphone as protesters burned an Israeli flag.

Saudi Arabia has already burned through $150 billion of foreign exchange reserves.

Of course when I went to hit it, I burned myself on the hot red metal part.

Momtaz still can’t hear out of one ear, where her face was burned from the fire.

The same volatile Targaryen who went burned his enemies like it was a bad habit?

As the demonstration crescendoed, a small group of protesters burned the flag, as other protesters watched.

She never burned any flag.

“Just as I was getting ready to release the music, life came knocking with different plans – my house burned down and I lost everything.

(Veronique de Viguerie/Getty Images) November 15: An arial view of Paradise, California, after the Camp Fire burned more than 7,000 structures.

The house burned to the ground, and Ditzenberger served nine months in jail for arson.

Remember how Negan recently burned the Saviors’ doctor alive?

Newly arrived bakers used hard coal instead of wood to heat their ovens because it took up less space and burned more efficiently.

It grew rapidly, consuming vegetation that hadn’t burned in decades.

It grew rapidly, consuming vegetation that hadn’t burned in decades.

A woman’s brown handbag, the bottom burned, lay open next to an empty bottle of perfume.

Last year, it was burned to its Swedish pine skeleton just hours after its debut.

It’s also only one of several huge infernos that burned uncontrolled in the region for days.

Released in January, the track burned assiduously through clubland while accumulating a steady flow of streaming plays and topping the charts in Australia.

Do you remember way back in 2015 when Future pretty much burned the world down in his crazy spree of mixtapes?

And in a cruel twist, all of these people whose homes burned down now have to confront California’s housing crisis.

To be fair, most of the rosé had probably burned off in the oven, but I pressed on.

Lauda was badly burned in the crash, but he made a miraculous recovery an returned to racing only 6 weeks later.

When the exhibition concluded, unsold artworks were burned.

Many of these villages were burned, then flattened and scraped by bulldozers.

“All our homes were burned,” he said.

In Inn Din, for example, all the Muslim homes were burned down, and the map shows no resettlement site is planned in the village.

The Camp Fire is blazing through a swath of Northern California, and has so far burned through more than 20,000 acres.

Their homes were burned down by their Buddhist neighbors and some 200 people were killed, most of them Rohingya.

As Pearce reported, the fears led to serious violence: Lynch mobs killed Catholic Italians, arsonists burned down Catholic churches, and there were anti-Catholic riots.

Al-Shabaab spokesperson Abdiasis abu Musab said that its fighters had killed five soldiers, wounded eight, and burned a military vehicle in the fighting.

Al-Shabaab spokesperson Abdiasis abu Musab said that its fighters had killed five soldiers, wounded eight, and burned a military vehicle in the fighting.

I asked if I could remove my shirt, as I burned just a couple more CDs.

This means less gas has to be burned to move the car the same distance at the same speed.

Each song presents supposedly ordinary people who’ve gotten suckered in by the imagined normative paradise American archetypes live in and then get burned.

Along the way, the franchise has effectively burned down the wick on Nowitzki’s Hall of Fame career.

If the earth hasn’t burned to a cinder in half a century, history teachers should use Veteran as a primary text.

“I was shell-shocked and burned from what was going on.

They say soldiers and local Buddhists massacred families, burned hundreds of villages, and carried out gang rapes.

California regulators fined a licensed producer $50,000 in December 2018 after a propane explosion badly burned a worker.

From 1975 to 2016, in absolute terms, the amount of fossil fuel burned for electricity in the state rose by 56 percent.

“I do not believe that this area has burned in a couple of years,” Peterich added.

Another huge fire in the Everglades National Park in 2008 burned over 40,000 acres.

Across the street was an empty lot, and a derelict brick building that looked like it had been burned down.

Across the street was an empty lot, and a derelict brick building that looked like it had been burned down.

The encounter is still burned into my brain.

Fans burned their CDs, radio stations boycotted their songs, and the Dixie Chicks didn’t play at the Country Music Awards for over a decade.

The leases would expand the world’s two largest coal mines, which already produce 25 percent of the coal burned in the US.

Trump’s presidency has burned time, trust, and political energy that could have gone toward addressing America’s real problems.

While many scholars theorize the Oracle burned bay leaves, since they were sacred to Apollo, others have taken it a step farther.

He survived, but his face was burned beyond recognition.

The night of April 28, the Gunness farmhouse burned to the ground.

That very night, her farmhouse burned down.

Ray Lamphere spent the evening Belle’s house burned down at the home of this local African American woman, Elizabeth Smith.

Throughout the 1990s in Brazil, farmers burned vast swaths of rainforest to make space for cattle and crops.

Cue the mind spiral where you imagine being responsible for your entire apartment building burned to the ground.

There is a a video reminder above if somehow this is not burned onto your retinas.

Smith was burned on his neck, back, head, arm, and shoulder.

On the most recent episode of “Game of Thrones,” entitled “Book of the Stranger,” Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) literally burned down the house.

There were unconfirmed reports that two of the dead prisoners were decapitated and their bodies burned.

There were unconfirmed reports that two of the dead prisoners were decapitated and their bodies burned.

Estimates range from 50,000 to 100,000 for the number of people burned, hanged, and otherwise executed for witchcraft.

Entire fields have burned down, and one rocket managed to obliterate the roofs of two adjacent houses in one go.

“It burned my rice field in two different places—I had to put out the fire myself,” said farmer Prom Su, 61.

Some were burned alive, others beheaded and some dropped from the roofs of tall buildings.

With raw, dodged, and burned edges that accentuate the framing device, these austere canvases resemble celluloid strips.

A police officer told the court that he burned notes he made at the time of the reporters’ arrest, but didn’t explain why.

Their safari guide was found dead, his body riddled with bullets, and their vehicle burned.

He’s drank and caroused and just generally burned his life down, over and over again.

He also said that he was shocked by electrical devices and burned on a radiator.

The experts also found no evidence to sustain government claims that the students’ bodies were burned in a garbage dump.

“Chaos in the Netherlands – there are cars being burned.

Sophia Banks wonders what would have happened had the clinic burned down completely.

The government says Rohingya militants and even residents themselves burned the homes for propaganda.

The seeds and fields were burned and the Chinese managers of the farm were arrested.

He had lost one son, another one was wounded, and his farm had been burned to the ground.

2008/9 is still burned in investors’ memories and they all fear we could go down 50 percent again.

His superteam in Los Angeles crashed and burned, although in retrospect it seems more inevitable now than it did then.

Countless songwriters have burned out trying to be too thoughtful—the “conscious rapper” chief among them.

Assaf’s apartment in Beacon Hill, where she lived with her children, burned to the ground.

A week earlier, on March 10, 2019, something happened to the artwork: it either burned, was stolen, or blew away.

Fire to the colonizers!” while they burned sage and unfurled banners.

Against the toxic clouds of teargas brought into the world by Safariland, we burned sage inside the lobby.

Remember when Shaun Livingston burned Cleveland to the ground in Game 1?

One reason Republicans might be wary of this deal: Trump’s fickleness has burned them before.

“There have been wildfires, including in my hometown Kocho, and some of the mass graves were burned.

Our faces burned into the collective unconscious.

She held her arms out in front to keep the burned, hanging skin off the ground.

Miley and Liam have been through it recently … their Malibu home burned down in the Woolsey fire last month.

Similarly, Hawkins’s London dinosaurs were abandoned for decades after the Crystal Palace burned in 1936, only later saved from the overgrowth and restored.

On June 24, 1973, an arsonist set fire to the stairway leading to the popular men’s club that burned down under mysterious circumstances.

Google, using the same technology interface as Google Street View, has digitally rendered exhibitions from the museum, which tragically burned down in September.

I unceremoniously burned my Peyton Manning jersey in the fireplace and decided to root for the Bears.

Konspiracy was only open for nine months, but burned brightly during its brief lifespan.

The Cowboys love to take chances on talent, and they’ve been burned by doing so.

The Saints have been burned by several wide receivers on deep passes this year.

Jessica Ilunga, a Congolese health ministry spokeswoman, later said there had been an incident there but denied that the health center had burned.

Rachel Owens hung a rectangle of canvas on the wall with a short list of items burned into it.

The early days were trial and error, the path toward perfection strewn with subpar, spongy bagels and burned toppings.

The unimaginable misery awaiting the burned and irradiated survivors—that was most terrifying of all.

Khal Moro: burned alive along with all the other khals by Daenerys Targaryen.

Shireen Baratheon: burned to death by Melisandre to create blood magic.

Every charred brick in a hearth attached to nothing, every burned detail in a metal chair that sits still-propped against a partially collapsed wall.

There are injured, burned and dead people,” Sergio Cabanas, the general secretary of Guatemala’s CONRED national disaster management agency, said on radio.

Hopefully no one burned a hole in their eyeball on account of the fake glasses.

She slapped a patch on my side, burned it into place.

We aren’t sure how we will do it since we already burned through our overtime at the end of last fiscal year.

And when people lose their historical memory for the slow, often frustrating pace of social change, they can feel burned out by setbacks.

During the campaign he was on these … That bridge seems burned.

That bridge possibly is burned for now, but my point is, is that why lose your voice?

Her brother Loras is said to have been badly burned in battle.

It killed 22 people, damaged 5,643 structures, and burned 36,807 acres, making it the single most destructive fire in California history.

“We’re in a new abnormal,” California governor Jerry Brown said during a press conference after Paradise burned.

Gregor Clegane badly burned Sandor’s face as a child, leaving him with an extreme fear of fire.

Geant called the tragedy, which burned much of Notre Dame’s ceiling and destroyed its spire, “a big day” for the bees.

This home was burned, but that one not.

The Hema village of Marifa was also vacant and dotted with burned buildings, but the neighboring Lendu community of Mosumbuko lived on, unscathed.

This home was burned, but that one not.

The warehouse burned down in December during an EDM concert.

But it burned hot and clean, producing little smoke.

But the genre burned itself out under increasing pressure to deliver ever more shocking twists.

As Notre-Dame burned, there was controversy over people responding by sharing selfies they’d taken at the cathedral.

The galaxy’s collective mania burned bright and furious and then, in want of fuel, began to die.

Nationwide protests have left cars burned and store windows smashed in some of Paris’s wealthiest neighborhoods.

This past April, people around the world looked transfixed at their computer and phone screens, unable to do anything, as Notre-Dame de Paris burned.

He tweeted in 2012 that the World Trade Center would not have burned down in the 9/11 attacks if it had had asbestos insulation.

Cain’s potential candidacy has already crashed and burned.

Entire villages have been burned to the ground.

My alarm that morning was a text that I got from my business partner: “They burned down the restaurant.”

The crazy thing is that my restaurant is not the first to get burned down in this part of town.

A few months ago, another Mexican restaurant specializing in tortas ahogada was burned down, too, allegedly by gangbangers.

So far this year, 7,484 wildfires have burned more than 760,000 acres in California.

Oh, ’cause my family got kinda burned out on all of this, frankly.

The Rim Fire burned 257,314 acres in Tuolumne County in August of 2013.

The conflagration has already burned 728 homes to the ground and damaged another 171, while displacing more than 94,000 people.

His apparent plans to pass power to his son Gamal provoked popular outrage, including a 2010 protest at which demonstrators burned photographs of Gamal.

But I got really burned out on it.

So far no homes have been burned and no injuries reported, said Megan Graham, spokeswoman for La Plata County, Colorado.

In 2017, a near-record 10 million acres (4 million hectares) were burned in wildfires, the National Interagency Coordination Center said.

And so I think I just got a little burned out on the management side.

Sheriff’s officials said multiple structures had been burned and urged immediate evacuations for at least one neighborhood.

Calories burned, whatever.

Calories burned, distance traveled …

“Tightrope: I burned IT” is my favorite piece in the exhibition.

When Simes burned a large area of “Tightrope: I burned IT, ” he added another step to his process.

There are politicians that are being burned and, yes, there are no-go zones in the Netherlands,” he added.

On Gaza City streets, Palestinian burned Lieberman’s photo and some motorists handed out candies to passersby in celebration.

They burned blameless children; As for Hadil, they sniped her in public, Killed her in broad daylight.

After staff opened the package, it “initiated” and part of it burned.

The paper that reported it would have its offices bombed and burned to the ground.

The second bomb went off at his feet, leaving him critically burned.

Excessive connection time is burned mostly in the “scan” phase of the connection process.

I’ve since deleted the app, burned my phone, quit my job, and relocated to Guam.

The same form accumulated layers of meaning as artists waded into the political fires that burned during that era.

Many of the latter are ravaged in some way, dipped in tar or with the subjects’ faces burned out.

You wanna be burned?

Their Reyhanli complex burned down in an accident last year before being rebuilt and reopened this year.

Or everyone feels so burned out that they can’t do that.

It was one of the largest fires Los Angeles has ever seen and burned more than 7,000 acres before it was contained.

We hoped that when the larger fire reached the burned fuels, it would stop, because there was no more fuel to burn.

For a rural stretch of Illinois, the problem is not that dollars are burned – it is that they are frozen.

And with over 151,000 acres burned, the search for the missing is unprecedented.

JT: I was just really burned out by the city.

Impatient brands constantly opt to toss one name for another, and this game of designer musical chairs has talent proclaiming they are burned out.

The smell of jet fuel mixed with burned flesh hung in the air.

I have a very big issue with getting a CI burned.

I’ve had people say to me, “Such-and-such police department just got somebody burned.”

Verdict: Talk about getting burned!

READ: NASA’s Cassini mission crashed and burned — and was a huge success Detecting these stars is one thing though.

I ask him if he’s gotten burned.

She knew how to get them to dig in and ignite that fire—the same fire that burned within her.

If any bit of that reputation for edginess still existed, though, the 2019 Globes pretty much burned it to the ground.

Shops that sold alcohol were burned down and destroyed.

Liquor store owner Nemat Hassan said IS burned his store down in the city.

They burned it,” he said.

People have burned through it in a couple of years.

The carbon-neutrality argument for biomass assumes that when a new tree grows back, it rebinds the carbon burned decades before for energy.

This material is shredded by the government and either landfilled or burned.

I wanted to pick up this fancy hair-straightening treatment that was discontinued in Canada after the formaldehyde burned some girl’s scalp.

But are people still into them, or are they burned out?

Mount’s house burned to the ground.

“Those who were badly injured and could not escape were burned alive,” a man named Yusuf told Amnesty.

“I don’t know how many of the wounded were burned to death.

Some of the injured were burned alive,” said Netsanet Belay, Amnesty’s Research and Advocacy Director for Africa.

“In the Camp Hill fire, everything I owned burned up: my high school diploma, all my photographs,” Olds says.

“My grandmother had just visited me and we took pictures, they all burned up.”

A couple times it burned the weed, sending out puffs of smoke—and I know I didn’t overfill it.

and burned a NATO flag during the protest outside parliament before peacefully dispersing.

She chose one of them, seemingly at random — and had him burned to death by one of her dragons, as she gazed on.

— Have they forgotten how the frightful passion burned and tortured them when they were children?

Rich countries have plundered and burned huge amounts of fossil fuels, and gotten rich from them.

“Maybe they burned up in the big fire.

The attackers tied them up and held them captive for an hour, after which they burned the couple’s house to the ground.

The attackers tied them up and held them captive for an hour, after which they burned the couple’s house to the ground.

PREPA had relied on selling bonds to pay for the imported oil it burned at its power plants for decades.

Sonia Navarrete stands next to her burned house.

“When I got there, half of my house was burned.

The Navarretes, whose house was burned down, and Belarmino Curipán, the Mapuche squatter who lost his home to chainsaws, have been left in limbo.

He says they beat him with iron rods, and burned his hands and feet.

It’s clear, though, the Woolsey fire’s path came dangerously close as it burned out of control toward the Malibu beach area.

I have burned through several kettles—I was probably boiling the kettle for noodles fifty times per week.

Retsuko is an effigy of childhood meant to be burned and replaced with something new, something darker and more powerful.

Yet Democrats feel so burned by Clinton’s missteps that they risk overcorrecting.

Some immigrants have been burned by misrepresentations made about the program by promoters, both inside and outside the United States.

With all that cash, the company quickly crashed and burned.

DC: Chelsea burned it down after she hosted it and said no one will ever host this show again after me.

KS: But I think it was TJ, I think it was TJ that really burned it down when he was making fun of …

Her body trembled and ached as she tottered into the small hearing room, she says, her jaw set so hard it burned.

My cheeks burned.

My cheeks still burned with humiliation.

The most damaging blaze, the Pawnee Fire, burned in Lake County near the Mendocino National Forest, 70 miles (110 km) northwest of Sacramento.

He added “…There are politicians that are being burned”.

If we go looking for technology to fix us or make us free, we will get burned.

Like a ‘don’t put too much stock into the tournament, you’ll get burned‘ type of thing.”

Only if GOP is burned to the ground will there be a chance to build a reasonable center-right party out of ashes.

There’s this African proverb which says that a dead grandfather is a burned library.

One bigot from one of the Deep South states actually threw acid on a black delegate’s suit jacket and burned it.

In Gympie, a Queensland town, opponents of the law constructed and burned an effigy of Fischer.

They returned to find their mud-walled home had been burned down, but no sign of Shiburu.

So Ferrari joins the slew of other recent IPOs that soared into the blue sky before they crashed and burned.

Near midnight on September 2, 1859, the sky burned blood red.

The ranch that was recently used as the set of Westworld burned to the ground.

The five-year average for acres burned during that time frame was 18,587.

He’s used the term to describe the process by which some mines wash or pretreat coal before it is burned in power plants.

The remains of Fredy Villaneuva’s memorial, after it was burned down.

(The mob also burned a ballot box.)

Now, even the makeshift shrine is gone — burned down for unclear reasons by unknown persons.

Some demonstrators burned a U.S. flag and surrounded the mayor’s home.

One man was killed, and his body burned, leaving a charred spot on the road.

“All the other tribes are against the Kikuyu here because of the voting,” said Stephen Kamau, whose fruit stall was burned down.

Every car, every party, every burned CD was celebrating the greatness of “Country Grammar (Hot Shit).”

When a scorching winner burned past Boltz a few points later, he turned to the spectators on the elevated walkway.

He assumes, naturally, it’s revenge for having burned Dr. Brown’s house down.

After it shuttered, the Embassy burned down—one in a string of arsons.

We got the couple Friday in Bev Hills and asked how they were holding up after their Malibu home burned to the ground.

Bledsoe’s granddaughter, Amanda Woodley, said on Facebook the elderly woman desperately put a wet blanket over the children as their home burned.

In that case, South Pole crews built a packed-snow landing strip and burned barrels of debris coated in gasoline to light the way.

My eyes burned and so did my lungs, and I could neither see nor breathe.

The so-called 416 Fire in southwest Colorado had burned nearly 17,000 acres (6,880 hectares) by Sunday afternoon, an area larger than Manhattan.

The fire had burned about 9,000 acres (3,640 hectares) by early on Saturday, according to an aerial survey.

In 2017, a near-record 10 million acres (4 million hectares) were burned in U.S. wildfires, the National Interagency Coordination Center said.

I bought the necklace, which burned a hole in my teal Jansport backpack until I gave it, with great ceremony, to Miriam for Christmas.

You have so many goals you want to reach, but you can’t do it if you’re burned out!

Combined, the summer’s fires have burned more than 585,000 acres and caused 42,000 people to be evacuated from their homes.

On average, study participants who had experienced at least one stressful event during the previous day burned 104 fewer calories than their stress-free counterparts.

Although $2.7 million burned seems like an incredible waste, it’s a necessary part of what makes the Vickery system work.

Rather, it’s a method of distributing the value of the burned ether to everyone with a stake in the ethereum network.

They also burned posters depicting the U.S., British and Israeli flags.

And according to my bike, I had burned more than 700 calories.

And exercise, of course, has a way of making us hungry — so hungry that we might consume more calories than we burned off.

Another review of studies from 2012 found people generally overestimated how much energy exercise burned and ate more when they worked out.

A single slice of pizza, for example, could undo the calories burned in an hour’s workout.

Protesters burned a U.S. flag and others stepped on images of Israeli flags.

My congressional testimony from five years ago is burned into my memory.

The participants also burned 22 percent fewer calories through exercise than the researchers calculated prior to the study starting.

Tracking the study participants for eight days, they gathered data on physical activity and energy burned using accelerometers.

Here, physical activity accounted for only 7 to 9 percent of the variation in calories burned among the groups.

Amanda Frankel says she was flying from Charlotte, N.C. to Baltimore when she was burned by “scalding hot liquid.”

One is that I was really burned out with my column.

Uchronia is rumored to have cost up to $800,000 to create, and it was burned at the end of the festival.

My cousin fell down onto the flames and I pulled him away so he would not get burned.

My cousin fell down onto the flames and I pulled him away so he would not get burned.

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