One grill turned into a flame-thrower for a 28-year-old woman after the propane hose came loose and sprayed her with flames.
She walked swiftly, the flame-thrower in her hands, toward the dark cleft in the rocks, through which she disappeared.
And that flame-thrower that had cut down old Riley—how was that worked?
Loah had clung to the flame-thrower; they found it where she had left it up above.
Her own flame-thrower spat a little jet of green; it was the only light.
He packed away the snakeproof pants, disassembled the flame-thrower, picked up the traps by the hole.
Vindictive was being conned from the flame-thrower hut on the port end of the conning-tower platform.
The other innovation was the "flame-thrower," an apparatus which threw a flame of burning liquid or gas far ahead of the troops.
The conning position in the flame-thrower hut was well chosen, our heads being about five feet above the top of the Mole wall.
Jack was conning the ship from the port forward, the flame-thrower hut.