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incinerate

in si nuh rayt

  • v  become reduced to ashes
    The paper incinerated quickly
  • v  cause to undergo combustion

  • When last we saw the lost Ark of the Covenant in action, it had been dug up by Indiana Jones in Egypt and ark-napped by Nazis, whom the Ark proceeded to incinerate amidst a tempest .
  • Some even proposed bonfires where listeners might incinerate Beatle disks, books and memorabilia.
  • When last we saw the lost Ark of the Covenant in action, it had been dug up by Indiana Jones in Egypt and ark-napped by Nazis, whom the Ark proceeded to incinerate amidst a tempest .
News & Articles

  • Pay per trash bag proposed at Winchester's transfer station
    The town is considering a big change at the transfer station by charging for each bag of trash thrown away. Recycling would be free so that residents would have an incentive to recycle more and throw away less under a pilot plan proposed to the Board of Selectmen on June 3. The town is seeking ways to reduce the amount it pays to incinerate its solid waste.
    June 6, 2013 - The Winchester Star
Quotes

  • Mohammed Taheri in Jerusalem Post
    To incinerate six million people would take 15 years, so there's a lot to be explained and to be told,Iranian ambassador Mohammed Taheri told state radio Antena 1 on Wednesday in comments translated into Portuguese.
  • Robert Byrd in FOXNews
    For the temporary gain of a handful of out-of-the-mainstream judges, some in the Senate (search) are ready to callously incinerate each senator's right of extended debate,Byrd said in remarks on the Senate floor.

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