blaze down

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vi (sun)niederbrennen (→ on auf +acc)
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A portion of the route tours the University of South Mississippi's campus, and runners blaze down the Longleaf Trace to the finish line."
"Thanks to passionate and dedicated franchise owners and an innovative team at our international headquarters, Express continues to blaze down the path of success," said Bill Stoller, CEO of Oklahoma City-based Express.
Bright orange flames could be scene billowing out of the huge disused building as emergency crews battled to hose the blaze down.
When Gabby has the perfect tool to get Blaze ready to race, Crusher steals it and activates machines all over town to slow Blaze down! Will Gabby and Blaze get it back?
THE sun joined hundreds of golf balls to blaze down on a Warwickshire golf club in a spectacular Helidrop competition which saw the balls dropped over the grounds to raise money for the NSPCC.
Dozens of firemen, with the help of all fire tenders of the city, continued their efforts to blaze down for several hours.
Fife's penalty shot against Edinburgh forced Blaze down to ninth - their lowest ever position in the table so far this season.
CHRIS Culligan sparked a five-goal second period blast for Cardiff Devils which left Coventry Blaze down and out at their Skydome home rink on Saturday.
a Blaze Down to business now at Doncaster where RASAMAN (5.10) goes for the lady amateur's race.
"We are putting the blaze down to an electrical fault in the cooker hood.
The sun is expected to blaze down on the competition taking place in Sligo this weekend.
One of the blazes came close to a house and a barn, but firefighters knocked the blaze down before it reached them, Millam said.