fire-raiser


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fire-raiser

[ˈfaɪəˌreɪzəʳ] N (Brit) → incendiario/a m/f, pirómano/a m/f
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Jailing the fire-raiser yesterday, Judge Kirstie Montgomery told him: "I have been trying to understand what you intended by the fire.
He accepted that she was not mentally ill or a fire-raiser and did not meet the criteria for dangerousness.
A FIRE-RAISER torched his former home after suffering a campaign of revenge attacks.
TRAINER Mark Gillard is hopeful forensic evidence will lead to the conviction of the fire-raiser responsible for an arson attack on his Dorset stable, writes Graham Green.
There would have been extreme danger to numerous people if the fire had caught hold,' Judge Christopher Llewellyn-Jones QC told the already convicted fire-raiser.
A BABY-FACED fire-raiser aged just 13 was branded a danger to the public last night.
A fire-raiser has been deliberately setting light to grassland and verges in parts of Worcestershire.
Whereas in chapter 6, the author uses Wooden and Berkey's (1984) four-part classification of offenders to sort child fire-raisers: curiosity leading to fire; `cry for help' fire raisers motivated by anger at adverse home environments, with feelings of rejection and/or neglect; older youngsters engaging in arson as part of juvenile delinquency generally; and the pathological juvenile fire-raiser who sets fires repetitively.
POLICE are appealing for help to find a fire-raiser who set a students' flat ablaze.
A COUPLE whose hotel was burned down by a fire-raiser have launched a legal fight against the local authority that asked them to house her.
But now the fire-raiser is bidding to overturn his conviction.
He revealed that his team believe the family were targeted deliberately and appealed for information to trace the fire-raiser.