Even more surprising is the way we quench our feelings of guilt.
The fire, which broke out in a house close to the new Fossa GAA headquarters, was quickly brought under control and the unit returned to the scene at Gattabawn to continue the efforts to quench the forest blaze.
A combination of quench rate and the presence of subgrains or hot working structure can influence strength.
It happened almost every night, the neighborhoods too poor to pay for the fire teams to quench the flames, one at a time the last refuges of squatters were being cleared out.
Gases flow from the secondary combustion chamber through the quench chamber, and then through air pollution control devices to remove acid gases and particulates.
With these books, her uncle hoped to quench her desire for adventure, but he only increased it.
The solution thus lies in a national programme to equip all fire stations countrywide so that these men and women who have to contend with fires to what they are paid to do - quench fires, protect property and save lives.
If the new constitution doesn't quench that passion, the framers will have done their job.
In the worst of storms and in the rush of floodwaters, even the strongest faith can be tested, yet the scriptures assure us many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown it.
Sasha's father was one of the 70000 conscripts ordered in to bring in sand to quench the belching nuclear fires.