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By igniting a few handfuls of dried leaves which were thrown into the houses, they quickly blazed up from one end to the other.
THE THREE ADMIRALSW.H.G. KINGSTON
Our business is not with the nature of the igniting spark, but of the powder which is ignited.
The method of igniting the gases has also been changed, in so far as the arrangement of the battery is concerned.
Let him, however, succeed in igniting his adversary, and he was in a good humor directly.
IN THE DAYS OF MY YOUTHAMELIA ANN BLANDFORD EDWARDS
This may be considered as the consummation of the Kaiser's Shadow-Hunt; or at least its igniting and exploding point.
It burns with a bright flame in an open grate, igniting as easily as a candle.
THE A B C OF MININGCHARLES A. BRAMBLE
In practice batteries are not used continuously for igniting.
MOTORSJAMES SLOUGH ZERBE
At this juncture the igniting spark explodes the compressed gas and the downward or power stroke takes place.
This useful and interesting document has been given for the best design—upon the river Thames, with the view to igniting it.
Pat had collected wood for a fire, though he had forgotten that he did not possess the means of igniting it.
THE THREE ADMIRALSW.H.G. KINGSTON