ignited a firestorm.
So just as an especially upbeat coworker can influence a positive reaction in his or her coworkers, an angry employee can set off a firestorm of bad energy.
She really alarmed the public with her racy, explicit book Sex, which was released in the midst of a media firestorm.
The Webb stories were hard to ignore, for they had ignited a firestorm.
It essentially tells firestorm + to daemonize and send all diagnostic messages to a log file.
Bombing of Dresden: In 1945, Arthur Harris decided to create a firestorm in the medieval city of Dresden.
Spokesman Mark Almond said only Labor's overwhelming victory prevented a firestorm of protests against voter fraud.
The British bomb Hamburg causing a firestorm that kills 42,000 German civilians.
The greatest danger was, we were told, the ensuing firestorm.
Any thoughts on NSA (the National Security Administration, whose domestic eavesdropping program has provoked a political firestorm )?
His case remains at the center of a national firestorm on the death penalty.
It is only intended as a record of what happened - last time firestorm was run for diagnostic purposes.
firestorm mission in South Western Binni.
firestorm tree soon.
firestorm analysts approach should be to log anything that might matter and just use the console to filter away the chaff.
The media firestorm over the Runnymede Trust's report on multi-ethnic Britain broke just before we met to plan the contents.
firestorm in the medieval city of Dresden.
firestorm of protest ' arising from the imposition of the compulsory act of worship.
Jennifer Beals' look in Flashdance set off a firestorm of shirts that looked as if wearers chose the wrong size.
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