The woman was found dead in her burned-out car in her Capitol Hill garage early Monday.
The burned-out carcasses of police vehicles and torched cars served as a reminder of the violent day.
When Gerald Ford picked Nelson Rockefeller as vice president from 1974 to 1977, it was a consolation prize to a burned-out boom.
In the last days of the Soviet Union, there was a going black market in burned-out light-bulbs.
Two burned-out cars at the site were full of bullet holes fired from the side, not the front.
Presently, with a gasp, he caught the dull gleam of a burned-out camp-fire.
There was only one alternative to a dead, burned-out, empty planet.
There was a burned-out look in his eyes, and his wrinkled pongee suit hung limp from stooping shoulders.
“For the reason that this bulb is a burned-out bulb,” said Mr. Gubb.
“Good night,” Florence replied as once more her eyes sought the burned-out fire.