Definitions for FIRES
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Plural form of fire.
Fires is the second album by London-born singer-songwriter Nerina Pallot. First released in April 2005 on her own independent record label, Idaho Records, Fires was met with much critical acclaim but did not gain commercial recognition. After working as a support act for artists such as Sheryl Crow and Suzanne Vega, Pallot was signed up to 14th Floor Records, who were impressed with the audience response and after-show sales of her album. Thus, Fires was reissued in late April 2006 with revamped artwork and some slight remixes on some of Pallot's songs. The album entered at UK #41 and later, on the strength of the popular single "Everybody's Gone to War", made it as far as #21. To date, the album has been certified gold in the UK for sales of over 100,000, and has earned Pallot a nomination at the 2007 BRIT Awards for Best British Female. As of 4 October 2009, the album has sold 138,563 copies in the UK.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
The use of weapon systems to create specific lethal or nonlethal effects on a target.
The numerical value of FIRES in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of FIRES in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
There are very limited resources and fires everywhere.
Husbands are like fires - they go out when unattended.
It cuts the risk to their health and also helps avoid fires.
If your descent is from heroic sires, show in your life a remnant of their fires.
Abadi is caught between two fires: the Sunni hardliners and the Shi'ite hardliners.
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