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The school was badly damaged by fire.
Three children died in a fire at their home last night.
The theatre was completely destroyed by fire.
It is thought that local youths may have started the fire.
Twenty firefighters tackled the fire.
a fire broke out in a Paris nightclub.
The hot dry weather has increased the risk of forest fires.
a coal fire
We went off to collect wood to build a fire.
Once the fire was lit, the room seemed more inviting.
We sat in front of a blazing log fire.
There was an old gas fire in the bedroom.
We heard a sudden loud burst of machine gun fire.
Armed police arrived on the scene, and there was an exchange of fire.
His words were full of fire and passion.
They should hold his feet to the fire on statements he makes on complicated issues like defense and fiscal policy.