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  1. The numerical value of a fire in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. The numerical value of a fire in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of a fire in a Sentence

  1. Now the streaming wars have begun. But it took someone to fire the first shot. That was Ninja.

  2. I can't fully explain it, it's this excitement, this fire (...) when I get on stage and start expressing my body.

  3. Whatever they tried to do with the flag, as we were trying to extinguish it and they were trying to keep it away, their pants leg caught on fire, the charge was assault on an officer because the officer tried to put it out when he saw it getting burned, and there were also counter demonstrators who were trying to take it away.

  4. Books have the same enemies as people: fire, humidity, animals, weather, and their own content.

  5. One of the mob’s arson techniques is to tie a petrol-soaked rag to the tail of a cat and set fire to it, as its tail burns, the cat flees in terror into the undergrowth in the woods, setting fire to everything in touches.

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