CaRDIFF CITY have dropped the welsh dragon from their new shirts - but they are planning a pounds 3million swoop to keep fire-breathing
striker Craig Bellamy
horse helped launch an innovative careers event on Teesside.
Just then, a real, fire-breathing
dragon appears, and what happens next is testament to the beauty of changing one's expectations.
In Greek mythology which fire-breathing
creature has a goat's body, a lion's head and a serpent's tail?
Dragon" - Children's book author Lindsey Gardiner was asked to eliminate a fire-breathing
dragon from her new book because publishers feared they could be sued under health and safety regulations.
The fierce, fire-breathing
dragon doesn't necessarily want to be a fire-breathing
dragon, but Noah assures him that fierce is not the only way of being: "You can be however you want," he tells the now-tearful dragon.
SUBARU is best known for its fire-breathing
rally winning Impreza turbos, but the company also makes a little car called the Justy.
Do it too early and you'll turn your vehicle into a fire-breathing
Oh great, I thought, I'm toast: caught between a fire-breathing
, quasi-Marxist comedian and the Pickle Squad.
But the Wedge Group company, which has its site at Blackburne Street, Garston, rose to the challenge of galvanizing the fire-breathing
dragon, which was produced by regular customers The Age of Iron, based at Chatburn, near Clitheroe, Lancashire.
For all its fire-breathing
perversity, ``Ed- mond'' isn't very convincing.
I now know how to construct an origami fire-breathing
swan, and how to follow the 13 easy steps to get a kick-ass cast of my own.
Diane/Julie White, doing the same hilarious-bitch-on-wheels she played on Six Feet Under) is the fire-breathing
lesbian agent who sees rising star Mitchell Green (Neal Huff, miscast as "an aging pretty boy") as her ticket into the realm of movie producing.
lefty from South-Central Los Angeles, told the San Francisco Chronicle after she cosponsored a successful House amendment blocking the use of federal funds in cities that engage in private-to-private eminent domain transfers.
Boston Globe columnist Brian McGrory used his 24 May real estate column to rant and rail against "the podium-pounding, fire-breathing
rhetoric from a group of minority activists.