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He ignited the fireworks.
People set off fireworks and tooted their car horns.
Safety glasses should be worn when setting off fireworks and sparklers.
I watched the fireworks display last night.
Others consider it harmful to set off fireworks.
Party popper is a kind of toy fireworks product.
They set off firecrackers and watch fireworks displays.
They danced and enjoyed fireworks all night long.
The firework illuminated the night sky.
High winds forced the cancellation of the fireworks.
The paper gives a few methods of firework display dynamic simulating.
A dazzling firework display which rounded off a lovely day
Hundreds of fireworks burst simultaneously in midair.
Fireworks are often displayed on new year's eve.
Study on Pretreatment for Determination of Chemical Component in Pyrotechnics
A heavy fog lay over the city& threatening to diminish the planned fighter jet flyovers and fireworks display.
Fireworks and then the United States, it is only a brief moment, it should return to reality.
Ever since the prohibition against fireworks, burning incense and joss paper, scarcely have there been such violations.
The nation's capital is set to welcome thousands of visitors for a star-studded concert can fireworks to display.
Grandma Billye, who is now96 years old, loaned him$ 100 to start his first business, a fireworks stand he established in the8th grade.
Fireworks for a Diamond Queen
Many Britons say we have a lot to thank HM Queen Elizabeth for.
This week certainly most of her subjects are thankful for a two-day holiday in celebration of her Diamond Jubilee. A weekend of feasting, pageantry and water on Sunday is followed by an evening of song, celebration and fire on Monday.
Sunday Lunch is a great British tradition and The Big Jubilee Lunch aimed to re-kindle a sense of community with people all over the UK sharing lunch with neighbours and friends in street parties or picnics to celebrate the Queen's 60-year reign. At these lunches, people have been tucking into some Great British food – pies, roasts, fish and chips, cream teas… even jellied eels.
Another highlight of the weekend festivities was The Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant with more than 1,000 boats—traditional and modern—escorting the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh aboard a specially decorated Royal barge. Red, white and blue—the colours of the Union Jack—adorned bridges and buildings with sounds of church bells and foghorns floating along the River.
Monday evening brings music and light to Buckingham Palace. A special pop concert featuring artists including Elton John, Paul McCartney and Ed Sheeran is followed by a spectacular firework display. No doubt it will all go off with a bang. Before the fireworks, more than 4,000 beacons are to be lit in the UK and around the world. The Queen herself lights the UK's last beacon—the National Beacon—at about 22:30 BST. Whilst there are some who protest—surveys suggest around 20% of Britons feel the UK would be better off without a monarchy—most people will see HM Queen Elizabeth as a beacon of hope in an uncertain world and will be raising a glass to the Diamond Queen.