But changing the recurring future of a scorched
earth depends on the deus ex machina of Trinity's father's time machine, which sends Emmy and the pure-blooded dragons a million years into the past.
Photos taken on Saturday morning show a large patch of scorched
Pour 25ml of Makers Mark Bourbon into a shaking tin, also 25ml of Edmond Briottet apricot liqueur, two scorched
lemon wedges and a generous dash of our homemade smoke bitters.
Tan is one source for Wilcox's clunky new book, Scorched
Earth: Legacies of Chemical Warfare in Vietnam, the sequel to his 1983 book Waiting for an Army to Die: The Tragedy of Agent Orange, which profiled American war veterans who claimed to be suffering from the effects of wartime exposure to Agent Orange.
It's too bad bleaching cannot be effective with case coloring, but it can be with your scorched
2 : to dry or shrivel with or as if with intense heat <Drought scorched
RED SKIES ABOVE: Firefighters at the scorched
moorland near Haydon Bridge
On the same card, the semi-fnals of the Bank of Ireland Open 550 were run and first round record breaker Phoenix Paddy again scorched
to victory when beating Tyrur Lee by four lengths in 29.
I could smell a strong smell of smoke and obviously the T-shirt had been scorched
Sparsely populated and virtually rainless, the desert plateau is made up of salt basins (salars) and lava flows melded into a desolate, lunar landscape scorched
by day, chilled by night and blasted by strong winds.
But the opposition leader Yossi Sarid laid some of the blame on Sharon, saying: "You are leaving behind you a scorched
land, a scorched
country, and you are mainly leaving behind you scorched
In Arizona, the White Mountain Apache Indians lost $152 million worth of timber after a fire scorched
nearly 469,000 acres of nearby land.
Since you have to step on the hot surface, wear flip-flops to prevent scorched
feet and puncture wounds caused by beach debris--like shells and litter from broken glass and soda cans.
Residents of Montana, Idaho, and other states who lost their homes and property are rebuilding their lives after the summer wildfires that scorched
more than 6.