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A fire was burning in the hearth.
The flames seemed to burn even brighter.
Homes were burning all over the village.
The truck had been burning for some time.
Demonstrators burned flags outside the embassy.
The cigarette burnt a hole in her blouse.
The city of Tortona was burnt to the ground.
According to early reports, many people were burnt to death in their beds.
Have you burnt the toast again?
The sand was so hot it burnt my feet.
Wear a hat so you don’t burn your neck.
Jets burn less fuel the higher they go.
You’re not allowed to burn coal in this area.
To change your body shape you need to burn calories.
The acid had burnt a hole in my sweater.
The antiseptic really burned when I rubbed it on.
The whisky burned his throat as it went down.
I was burning with curiosity, but didn’t dare ask what happened.
I was burning to know how he had got on in New York.
Sara left all the lights burning.