Firestorm

A conflagration of great enough proportions to noticeably create its own wind conditions.
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Firestorm

A firestorm is a conflagration which attains such intensity that it creates and sustains its own wind system. It is most commonly a natural phenomenon, created during some of the largest bushfires and wildfires. Although the word has been used to describe certain large fires, the phenomenon`s determining characteristic is a fire with its own stor....
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Firestorm

Extreme fire behavior indicated by widespread in-drafts and a tall column of smoke and flame, where added air increases fire intensity, creating runaway fire growth.
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firestorm

[n] - a storm in which violent winds are drawn into the column of hot air rising over a severely bombed area
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firestorm

noun an outburst of controversy; `the incident triggered a political firestorm`
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Firestorm

[Robot wars] Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology (JICLT) ...
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Firestorm

A conflagration of great enough proportions to noticeably create its own wind conditions.
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Firestorm

Extreme fire behavior indicated by widespread in-drafts and a tall column of smoke and flame, where added air increases fire intensity, creating runaway fire growth.
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firestorm

Fire which rapidly grows out of control by sucking in surrounding air and so feeds itself in an accelerating cycle. The phenomenon is capable of causing immense devastation in urban areas and is...
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