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  • v  cause to start burning; subject to fire or great heat
    Great heat can ignite almost any dry matter
  • v  start to burn or burst into flames
    Marsh gases ignited suddenly
  • v  arouse or excite feelings and passions
    The ostentatious way of living of the rich ignites the hatred of the poor

  • Vouchers ignite a controversy .
  • She's also a riveting actress; just watch her ignite the stage as the doomed Violetta in La Traviata.
  • An attorney sits nearby, trying to ignite some optimism in his client maybe it won't be so bad but the man knows better.
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  • Paul Otellini in ITworld.com
    Intel has weathered difficult times in the past, and we know what needs to be done to drive our success moving forward. Our new technologies and new products will help us ignite market growth and thrive when the economy recovers,Otellini said.
  • Andy MacPhail in Tampabay.com
    What you're hoping to accomplish when you make a change like this is, you're hoping to ignite a spark, give everybody a clean slate,MacPhail said.
  • Barack Obama in AFP
    Concluding, Obama told his captive audience: "To host athletes from every corner of the globe is a high honour and America is ready to assume that trust - to ignite the spirit of the Olympic and Paralympic movement for a new generation. And so I...

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