A delicate mission, perhaps, to kindle friendship or extend love, but such is the structure of a psychology burdened by confrontation of animal hunger.
We hope the foregoing non-exhaustive recital will serve to kindle pride and interest in our collective heritage.
Events such as Bangalore Habba kindle the emotions of people, she added.
This fusion of martial and performing arts is sure to kindle the curiosity of the young, who adapt easily to innovations.
I closed my eyes and was mildly perturbed to find the news didn't really kindle any emotion in me.
They mix with the crowd telling stories and dropping one-liners to kindle interest and build suspense.
Nor was it ignorance that spurred him to fashion numerous additional devices that ensured his plague picture would kindle its audience's most painful passions.
John's baptismal water may put out some of the fires we have kindled ourselves.
Now the Scriptures ascribe such dispositions to God: the anger of the Lord, says the psalm, was kindled against his people.
Last night I built the first fire I've kindled in years and it came back to me, that instinctual pull of watching the flames catch, of stirring the embers, and poking the logs until they burn brightly.