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This place was put to the torch a long time ago.
How many times had this place been put to the torch?
He let the people believe that the city would not be put to the torch.
The buildings were put to the torch two days ago.
Inevitably, the place was being put to the torch by one side or the other: perhaps both.
Whole villages and towns had needed to be put to the torch.
One of the barracks with several hundred men still inside it was put to the torch.
Ilium may have been put to the torch by now.
The house and all who dwelled in it were put to the torch.
The city would be looted; buildings put to the torch.
There were those who already advocated putting to the torch all the gifted.
The next morning after the main body of the Royalist force had left town, many more houses were put to the torch.
Moore ordered the remaining buildings in the town, including the church, put to the torch.
The notion that restraint might ever be desirable was put to the torch.
The cities, towns, and villages of my kingdom were put to the torch.
In that way, all evidence can be put to the torch, and nothing more need be said concerning the matter.
Patterson's mayor and sheriff arrived on the scene just as the main house was being put to the torch.
Every house, every hut, no matter how mean, was put to the torch.
The village was plundered and put to the torch by enemy soldiers many times.
The men on the boats saw the flames leap up as buildings were put to the torch.
Not all had been put to the torch.
Merin has been put to the torch, and its folk to the sword.
The city was sacked, plundered, and put to the torch, except for the churches.
Entire villages had been haphazardly rebuilt, only to be put to the torch.
Several other suspicious-looking plants were put to the torch.
Or do I get out and put a torch to these cars?
Say they put a torch to this place and burn it to the ground.
I could put a torch to this place and leave you to burn alive.
Then he put a torch to the house, so that it blazed up.
Why not put a torch to his tail and see if he finds that amusing, too!
Wisconsin's recall election put a torch to that idea.
Banjo, if I put a torch to you, you'd explode.
Barak nodded and put a torch to the wood in the fireplace.
Then his men put a torch to the thatch roof of every cabin before they rode away.
For the first time since the Romans put a torch to the Temple everyone has equal rights.
If there is nothing of value in her cargo, take off her crew and put a torch to her.
It could be Whitecloaks putting a torch to this house instead of Trollocs.
No neighborhood residents wandered by proclaiming that it was about time somebody put a torch to that place.
Don't be smart about putting a torch to the head of everyone in the country, from Nation, Religion, and Monarchy on down.
He has put a torch to others, but it's as if he has been wearing an asbestos tuxedo.
'I would have put a torch to their damned house yesterday, if I had had some tinder.
He simply got tired of being angry with anyone or anything after a while, and forgot what had put a torch to his emotions in the first place.
It was so cold in that studio, no wonder that painter put a torch to the Champs Elysees.
And now Potter Digby's found belly-up in the Ouse, and someone puts a torch to your bed.'
Atrocious power will swallow our country, bite the liver and lungs and aim for the presidency ... He will put a torch to the country.
Every young playwright who sets out to put a torch to the existing world order is bound to burn himself at the start, and Bertolt Brecht was no exception.
Asking his audience to bring their Cat Stevens records, tapes, songbooks and posters to the station, he said he would set a date to put a torch to them.
As he raised a curious eyebrow she elaborated with satisfaction, 'I can think of someone far more likely to have put a torch to G.W. Fashions than myself.'
So they put a torch to the Mason's wagon and, as the flames swept through the wooden base, a shower of warped and molten coins cascaded out on to the ground.
"And although I've never flown anything that wasn't battery powered I would guess that planes with empty fuel tanks don't catch fire unless someone puts a torch to 'em." '