Just like any football game or anything, tempers flare up.
I have to take the medicine to keep skating. When I have flare-ups, I have to increase the dose and that drains my energy. But I'm all right at present.
If everybody comes back we think we can put together three in a row. You know how rumors flare up. I expect everybody to be back next year, but you know how rumors flare up. I'll be back for sure.
It's been five to six years that I've had another flare-up (since my diagnosis). I just had an MRI (recently) and there are no new lesions.
We found the current-carrying regions flare two to three times more often than the regions without large currents. Also, the average flare magnitude is three times greater for the group of active regions with large current systems than for the other group.
Some firefighters voiced concern that embers remaining from outdoor burns conducted over the past two days could flare up and spark wildfires.
I can see one guy doing what we call an 'air flare' ... and I'll see 30 other individuals do the same move in a competition. Not one of those b-boys did anything to try to twist it and make it their own.
We've got the slowest 311 song ever, called 'Solar Flare,' which is a scathing political rap that [vocalist] S.A. [Martinez] puts over a really slow, heavy thing, ... And then there's also a really fast one called 'It's Getting OK Now,' which is [guitarist] Tim Mahoney channeling Dimebag Darrell [Abbott of Pantera].
Even though the numbers are soothing, the Fed still is on high alert for a future flare-up in prices.
I would say a couple of songs, Solar Flare for one and Thank Your Lucky Stars , number two, are the two more overt political songs on the record.
(Laptops) have the tendency to flare up tendons more, (cause) neck pain. With the screens attached to the keyboard you are always looking down.
Her mange started to flare up again at the shelter, and a special request was made for me to bring her home.
If the fire cycle gets interrupted, dense fuels that don't get consumed [in smaller, cooler fires] flare up, and you get burns on a larger scale, with higher intensity. We probably have made it worse: We can put out the easy fires, but we cannot [as easily] put out the bad ones.
So, like a forgotten fire, a childhood can always flare up again within us.
Girls blush, sometimes, because they are alive, half wishing they were dead to save the shame. The sudden blush devours them, neck and brow; They have drawn too near the fire of life, like gnats, and flare up bodily, wings and all. What then? Who's sorry for a gnat or girl?
But life is long. And it is the long run that balances the short flare of interest and passion.
Even before the peak of the flare, energetic protons were pummeling SOHO as well as geostationary spacecraft around Earth.
It's one of those horrible things that can flare up at any time and we have to try and manage it now.
They're lean where they need to be lean and they flare out in a very modern way. You don't feel like there's lots of fabric flopping around. They look neat, they look modern and they look sexy because they're tight in the right places.
I think it's just more a nervous energy there that he's gonna regress and something's gonna flare up again. That's tough to play with knowing in the back of your mind, kinda thinking you're almost fragile compared to what you're usually able to play at.
A flare is the standard safety equipment in refineries to prevent this kind of release and explosion. If you have a properly designed flare system ... this kind of tragic incident simply won't occur.
The beauty of flames lies in their strange play, beyond all proportion and harmony. Their diaphanous flare symbolizes at once grace and tragedy, innocence and despair, sadness and voluptuousness. The burning transcendence has something of the lightness of great purifications. I wish the fiery transcendence would carry me up and throw me into a sea of flames, where, consumed by their delicate and insidious tongues, I would die an ecstatic death. The beauty of flames creates the illusion of a pure, sublime death similar to the light of dawn. Immaterial, death in flames is like a burning of light, graceful wings. Do only butterflies die in flames? What about those devoured by the flames within them?