LEO Cullen insists the rivalry remains intact between the Blues and the Reds - even if the off the ball stuff doesn't fuel the flames
Such blind attacks are carried out to create insecurity in Pakistan and fuel the flames
of sedition and religious conflicts," Qassemi said.
But they fuel the flames
of brutality further to cement their ministerial berths," he added.
Whether the stats on Scotland were to be used as a distraction from the junior doctors' strike or to fuel the flames
of the English dispute was not clear last night.
Mr Dromey said said: "I don't think Donald Trump should be allowed within 1,000 miles of our shore because he would embolden the EDL on the one hand and fuel the flames
of terrorism on the other hand.
But at a time of great sensitivity about race and religion and, particularly Islam, should not the Muslim population bend over backwards to ensure that, as far as reasonable, it does not fuel the flames
Miley, who is very active on social media helped fuel the flames
by refraining from making any social media posts over the entire weekend with.
Consumer spokespeople have promised to fuel the flames
of Proposition 103 so that the fire spreads to other states.
This will only fuel the flames
of any argument that may be brewing.
She said she believes the killing of the Darfuri students was to fuel the flames
of racism in her home country and encourage a division that empowers the regime in Khartoum.
He added that Mansoor, one of the deceased, was well known for his wood designs and had collected materials for his work - which could have helped fuel the flames
Social networking may have helped fuel the flames
of the sporadic violence that has erupted in Liverpool and other cities, but it also helped people who care about this city to mobilise clean-up squads yesterday to make good the damage caused by the mindless idiots.
The State's handling of the release of Ireland's most notorious rapist only served to fuel the flames
of panic among the public.
Temperatures reached 40C (104F) in central Sydney and winds helped fuel the flames
Some politicians publicly fuel the flames
by openly getting involved in football in Cyprus.