Paper is apt to catch fire.
Jennifer : It's a tossup between the foot warmer and drink warmer. With my luck, the blanket would probably catch on fire.
Yet this month he denied the trees can catch fire.
Experts say, even in the dry season the Amazon doesn't catch fire that easily.
Eventually, they'd catch fire and would keep burning until there was no vegetation left.
Three years of drought has made the bush bone-dry and easy to catch fire.
The overheating was linked to problems with batteries that caused some phones to catch fire.
That you can catch on fire?
But by rubbing two sticks together until they become so hot that in the end they catch fire.
The company said the overheating was linked to problems with batteries that caused some phones to catch fire.
The wooden roofs of some of the houses began to catch fire as the heat of the ash reached them.
" Hurry! You must cross quickly. If you stay in one place too long, I could catch on fire."
First use the small pieces of wood because they catch fire easily. Then put the larger ones on top of them.
Did Jason's house catch on fire?
So very flammable. You know one house caught on fire and that caused the entire block to catch on fire.
Yes. But what we do know is that when the plane crashed, it broke into three parts, and it didn't catch fire.
And in fact, it's estimated that 20 to 25 lives are saved each year because their seats don't catch on fire.
The American maker of white goods issued a warning in 2015 that certain brands of dryers might catch fire, but rather than issue a recall it tried to fix them.
We have been prepared all along for an extended haul and if you look at the map now of the states that are to come, that's where we're really going to start to catch fire.