Definitions for "Flame"
Burning zeal or passion; elevated and noble enthusiasm; glowing imagination; passionate excitement or anger.
Ardor of affection; the passion of love.
A person beloved; a sweetheart.
A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat; darting or streaming fire; a blaze; a fire.
To burn with a flame or blaze; to burn as gas emitted from bodies in combustion; to blaze.
This is a thin zone of combustion in which diffusion plays a dominant role. Flames in hydrocarbon fuels and air are less than 0.1 mm thick for stoichiometric mixtures.
Keywords:  finial, torch, carved, resemble
The carving of a finial resembling the flame of a torch.
finial carved to resemble the flame of a torch.
Urethane 'luge wheels actually catching fire as a result of high speed.
Adds 1 minimum and 2-6 maximum to Fire Damage
Mean-spirited and often highly voluminous e-mail transmissions. In the world of electronic communication, flaming is considered the ultimate in retribution. Imagine the wrath of vengeful nerds blasting forth from your computer screen, replete with misspellings and unnecessary capitalisation's. It's really very ominous stuff; absolutely terrifying.
To react in a hostile or irrational manner to something someone said in a news group or email list. This never happens on lists where leaders participate! ;-) (an emoticon of a winking, smiling face).
slang for communicating emotionally and/or excessively via email.
A heated or irrational statement.
Flame (born Alicia Vickers on March 30 1972) is an American pornstar and a bondage model. Flame is an aptly named red head who grew up in Texas. She began topless dancing at age 16.
a gorgeously crafted experimental documentary recounting the odyssey of the Catonsville Nine
shaped retinal hemorrhage - the hemorrhage associated with shaken baby syndrome. The shape is a flame as opposed to a dot, blot or boat-shaped hemorrhage typical of intraretinal or preretinal hemorrhage.
"Flame" is a song by Irish singer-songwriter Claire Sproule and is featured on her 2005 debut album, Claire Sproule. It was released 31 July 2006 as the second single from that album (see 2006 in British music). An acoustic version of the song was featured as the B-side to her first single, "Wondering."
The "fiddleback" figure in maple or other hardwood. A series of parallel "curls" in the grain.
Sometimes also called Flame Top. Generally refers to Maple with dramatic grain resembling flames.
shine with a sudden light; "The night sky flared with the massive bombardment"
be in flames or aflame; "The sky seemed to flame in the Hawaiian sunset"
Keywords:  feu, coup
Coup de feu
Keywords:  putris, axylia, noctuidae, moth, europe
The Flame (Axylia putris) is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found throughout Europe.
a universal symbol of the soul at prayer, transformed by love in the presence of the Lord, burning steadily until it has offered all it has and is extinguished
The luminous portion of burning gases or vapors.
A luminous body of burning gas or vapor.
or flaming--extravagantly effeminate and flamboyant, an adjective usually applied to gay men
a desperate, last ditch effort to appeal to someone's better sense of judgement
a really rude way to say you do not agree with someone's opinions
Keywords:  eternity
eternity.
a great symbol of consciousness, and the presence of lighted candles serves to remind us that we are sparks of consciousness
FMRIB's Local Analysis of Mixed Effects - for higher level analyses of multiple subjects/sessions
a continuous barrage of warnings from others
Keywords:  rebuke, written, internet, over
A written rebuke over the internet.
An ordinarily visible condition resulting from the rapid oxidation of a fuel which produces self-evident heat, light, or both.
A heated exchange.
Keywords:  fuzzy, gateway, logic, frames, search
Frames Fuzzy Logic Search Gateway Domain Names Gateway Page
an exaggerated criticism, often involving name-calling
a process of becoming, involving a constant interchange of moist and dry
Glass can be used to produce an reproduction of a flame which picks up light from adjacent sources MF
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Definition