fireworks

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The Fireworks Music was scored for fifty-six wind instruments.

Well, then, le's have Fourth o' July fireworks next Sunday mornin'!

Did you know you are to drive me into town in the phaeton for the fireworks?

These dismal shells, when they burst in the air, were like the fireworks at a fte.

Nevertheless, this colossal hospitality--apart from the fireworks--cost us nothing at all.

The rain was falling and interfered no doubt with the proper explosion of the fireworks.

"Pity for the poor folk with their fireworks," said Father Dan.

I have said that on that memorable Fourth of July there were no fireworks.

No one is leaving yet, and there is to be a display of fireworks in the grounds.

They prepared a great number of illuminations, too, and fireworks, for the night.

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