In Spain The the Inquisition soon snuffed out the few Reformers.
Stymieing her sunny nature now was a small sacrifice compared to seeing it snuffed forever.
A century later Greenland was peopled from Iceland, and a colony existed for over four hundred years, when it was snuffed out, doubtless by hostile Eskimos.
But just before the last flicker of the burning candle was finally snuffed out along came CAMRA and the rest is history.
flicker of the burning candle was finally snuffed out along came CAMRA and the rest is history.
The first port of call is an elderly woman, quickly snuffed out in her bed.
snuffed out a life has left her intensely aroused.
The fact that she has snuffed out a life has left her intensely aroused.
Eli snuffed his nose, catching a faint whiff of something rotten.
If you leave the room, even for a minute, the candle should be snuffed out properly.
At the young age of 23, her life was snuffed by the president of her official fan club, Yolanda Saldivar.
To extinguish the flame, the wick is rolled all the way down into the chamber where the flames are snuffed out.
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