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1. A helicopter crashed in a fiery explosion in Vallejo.
2. His fiery speech agitated the crowd.
3. The fiery right-wing leader toned down his militant statements after the meeting.
4. The sun was now sinking, a fiery ball of light in the west.
5. The song is a fiery mix of twanging guitar with relentless drumming.
6. He has a fiery temper.
7. She tried to hide her fiery blush.
8. He delivered the sermon with fiery passion.
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9. A fiery combination of chicken, chillies and rice.
10. The tonsils become fiery red and swollen.
11. The fiery player has had numerous run-ins with referees.
12. She was fiery by temperament.
13. The fiery liquor burnt its way down her throat.
14. She has fiery red hair.
15. The fiery actress kicked him in the shins.
16. It is difficult to rein a fiery horse.
17. The sunset was making great splashes of fiery opalescence across the sky.
18. A fiery debate ensued.
19. The sun was a fiery ball, low on the hills.
20. His fiery campaign rhetoric has kept opposition parties on their toes for months.
21. I enter the fiery gates at noon.
22. Peter always makes really fiery chilli con carne.
23. Nansen is fiery and emotional.
24. He had fiery red hair and no eyebrows.
25. Now everything was jet-black and fiery red.
26. He has fiery red hair.
27. Victoria was a fiery mystic[sentencedict.com], a Stanford graduate who intimately understood the ward politics of San Francisco.
28. A large terracotta pot planted with Busy Lizzie provides a fiery bright red display.
29. The target flare had burst behind her, lighting the whole area with its fiery red glow.
30. A soft-spoken man off the field, Chief was a fiery competitor on it.
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