Firestorm sentence example

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  • The Webb stories were hard to ignore, for they had ignited a firestorm.

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  • 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.

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  • It is only intended as a record of what happened - last time firestorm was run for diagnostic purposes.

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  • It essentially tells firestorm + to daemonize and send all diagnostic messages to a log file.

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  • Spokesman Mark Almond said only Labor's overwhelming victory prevented a firestorm of protests against voter fraud.

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  • The British bomb Hamburg causing a firestorm that kills 42,000 German civilians.

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  • The greatest danger was, we were told, the ensuing firestorm.

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  • Any thoughts on NSA (the National Security Administration, whose domestic eavesdropping program has provoked a political firestorm )?

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  • His case remains at the center of a national firestorm on the death penalty.

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  • The media firestorm over the Runnymede Trust's report on multi-ethnic Britain broke just before we met to plan the contents.

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  • Jennifer Beals' look in Flashdance set off a firestorm of shirts that looked as if wearers chose the wrong size.

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  • She really alarmed the public with her racy, explicit book Sex, which was released in the midst of a media firestorm.

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