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kindling, tinder, touchwood, spunk, punknoun
material for starting a fire
ignition, firing, lighting, kindling, inflammationnoun
the act of setting something on fire
small pieces of wood and twigs used to start a fire.
Go and collect some kindling.
Kindling is the debut solo album by Country rock musician Gene Parsons recorded in 1973. Guest musicians on this album include former Byrds bandmate Clarence White, plus Vassar Clements, Ralph Stanley, Bill Payne, and Gib Guilbeau.
Based in New York City, Kindling is social innovation software that offers organizations the power to harness the idea potential of their people. Kindling’s tools allow ideas to develop through conversation, iteration and connection. By uniting participants around ideas and topics, an organization’s people become a community of innovators. Specialties Idea management and collaboration, software, innovation, enterprise software, social innovation, SaaS
The numerical value of kindling in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of kindling in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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Covid is the match that lit the fire. But Donald Trump has spent the last three years stoking and kindling and undermining the core pillars of our economic strength.
Due to the lack of precipitation that we have had, it’s basically kindling, So, when you take the drought-stricken fuel coupled with the extreme heat, the wind that we’ve had this year and then — in some places, you know, where a fire may start — the topography, the terrain: all of that can go into how active a fire is.
Enthusiasm is that kindling spark which marks the difference between the leaders in every activity and the laggards who put in just enough to "get by."
From a fallen tree, all make kindling.
I think it is the Delta variant and there is a lot of kindling with low vaccination rates, so it's spreading very rapidly, almost all of our cases are unvaccinated people that, in my opinion, have put themselves in harm's way during this pandemic.
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