These men fan the flame
of human love and raise the standard of civil virtue among mankind.
Any rapid movement will fan the flames
and make them worse.
Without doing that you may fan the flames
rather than quell them, so make sure you stop and engage brain before opening mouth.
But Genel and Tullow have sparked the ire of some Western diplomats who warn that prospecting in disputed lands can only fan the flames
The band also likes to fan the flames
as its repertoire includes arrangements, in traditional style, of Rags, spirituals and gospel music, pop tunes from the start of the 20th century to the 1960s, blues and original pieces by band members.
Nobody should try to fan the flames
of sectarian violence.
They denounced Iranian hostile statements which seek to destabilize Bahrain, subvert its national security, target the lives of innocent citizens and residents, fan the flames
of sectarian flames and drive wedges between people.
It was recently reported in a national newspaper that Michael Howard's visit to Burnley would fan the flames
of race hate.
The hot, dry winds from the north, northeast, and east helped fan the flames
, which engulfed entire forests and neighborhoods.
Winds of up to 45mph today are expected to fan the flames
Bush and Company's efforts to fan the flames
of racism, aggregate power to the government as a result of the fear they generate, and ignore the negative impacts, both domestic and global, of U.
It is the television, radio and newspapers who fan the flames
of a potential "race war" - a phrase used by one of these leaders himself.
Shallow arguments do nothing to resolve the controversy; indeed by insulting the other side's intelligence, they only fan the flames
Bush's Iraq campaign, which O'Reilly supported, has done nothing but fan the flames
of terrorism, attracting untold thousands of young, largely illiterate and indigent Islamic fundamentalists to join the fight against our troops, ``the infidel invaders.
A North Wales Fire Service spokeswoman said about 100 square metres of gorse were ablaze and strong winds helped fan the flames