Christmas commercials are as much a part of the holidays as Eggnog and chestnuts roasted over an open fire.
It was then that the counselors broke open a huge can of something called Salisbury steak and heated it over an open fire.
That fear is that Purim and its Megilla (the Book of Esther) would inspire a wannabe to open fire on a group of innocents.
The Republican Party blasted Obama for being slow to open fire on Libya.
A Grenadier Guardsman would serve the couple “gin and orange and beef sandwiches by the open fire.”
If the attack materializes, repeat volleys and trench mortar discharge and open fire with the machine guns.
There on the hearth burned an open fire with a warm, warm rug in front of it.
They presently dismounted and carried them into an inn so that they might dry before the open fire.
“You shall some day, dear,” said her mother, who was sitting sewing by the open fire.
Instead of replying, Polly sat down in front of a small, open fire, putting her toes up on the fender.