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The trauma of 2020 has kindled unparalleled disruptions in art, politics and social activism — not to mention science and health, which have been tested like never before.
It was a difficult matter to kindle it, though, and still more to keep it alight.
For a long time there was a doubt about whether it would be safe to kindle this fire.
A miner's son is chosen to shake Europe, and a cobbler to kindle anew the missionary fires of Christendom.
It was the work, however, but of a few minutes to kindle an enormous wood fire, in front of which we soon became dry and warm.
Colonel Audenreid, aide-de-camp, was provoked to find that his valise of nice shirts had been used to kindle the fire.
It was admirably calculated to kindle the flame of fanaticism, and frequently served as the trumpet to rebellion.
Fearing that further delay to light our fire might bring disaster upon us, I told Corporal Frank to kindle it.
All they've got to do with scouting is that they're good to kindle a camp-fire with.
How powerfully may they kindle in you a love and zeal to God and his commandments!
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