Definition of firehouse
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In Paris, several of the 20 arrondissements have a participating firehouse, though some pump it up more than others.
Having four stations gives the residents closer firehouses.
The controversial proposal is part of a plan for Caves Valley Partners to develop a now-vacant county firehouse at the intersection.
A renovated brick firehouse in nearby Bantam is the home of Arethusa Farm Dairy and one of its two retail stores—
For the past two years, Guinan has stepped out of the firehouse and has served the FDNY as its LGBTQ outreach coordinator.
The victim met the pair through the Explorer program, which brings young adults interested in firefighting to the township firehouse.
Scott placed five silver paint cans on the floor of the firehouse equipment bay, one of which held a few drops of an accelerant.
The untitled firehouse-focused drama will, like Grey's, be set in Seattle and focus on a group of heroic firefighters — from the captain to the newest recruit —at home and at work.
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