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Great Fire of London in early September 1666


The Great Fire of London or GFL consumed the London City on the first week of September 1666 for 4.5333 days from Sunday 2nd of September 1666 9:30 a.m. until Thursday 6th of September 1666 11:30 p.m. and these are words or phrases related to the GFL.

Great Fire of London A colorful arch of 7 colors in the sky, which appeared on Friday morning after the heavy downpour
Pudding Lane A small shop where people bake and sell bread, which was also where the GFL started
Thomas Farriner The time and day period when the rainbow appeared around 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning A greatly-destructing situation which things are hard to repair.
Thursday Night Scattered fragments of something wrecked or destroyed
Major Chaotic Panic A violently destructive blowout, which uncontrollable fire incident started the GFL on Sunday morning
Rainbow A very heavy rainfall, which caused the GFL to extinguish on Thursday night and continued throughout Friday predawn.
St. Paul Cathedral Church This was a city ablaze or major conflagration that consumed London City on the first week of September 1666.
Extinguish The process of burning something with the trapped fire.
Blaze A very large and fiercely burning fire
City Ablaze The time and day period when the GFL started around 9:30 a.m.
Conflagration A name of a dessert which is the path where the GFL started.
Downpour A famous English baker in London City whom was the source point of the GFL
Low Pressure Trough An extensive blaze that destroys a huge land area including important properties
Explosion A famous London Church with a coned dome that was destroyed by the GFL on Tuesday predawn.
North Sea The water gets into contact and puts out the fire, which was how the GFL ended.
Norway The time and day period when the GFL blew out and ended around 11:30 p.m.
London A very scary and greatly-damaging event.
Aftermath An emergency situation of escaping from very dangerous events, which happened on Monday morning during the GFL
Disaster A damaging outcome of a disastrous or catastrophic event.
Destruction A tropical air convection that carries heavy downpours and sometimes thunderstorms.
Bakery An event of burning down the whole city
Combustion The wide sea area between England and Norway.
Survive The time and day period when many London people were in a major chaotic stampede of the GFL and were quickly escaping.
Debris To continue to live or exist, especially in spite of danger or hardship
Disperse Make something gradually disappear
Destroy The country in Northeastern Europe, which was where the LPT formed.
Monday Morning The capital city of England on the Thames River, which was where the Big Ben clock tower is situated and the GFL occurred.
Friday Morning To destruct something and cease their existence, which is the better way of using the K-word.

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