A Flame in the Wind
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"A flame in the wind" is a book by Karen Cogan.
A Flame in the Wind is an American soap opera that aired on ABC Daytime from December 28, 1964 to December 16, 1966. It was created by Raphael Hayes, co-author of the Cannes Film Festival winner One Potato, Two Potato and Joseph Hardy, producer of the soap opera Love of Life. It was videotaped live daily at ABC's Manhattan studios at 121 W 68th St, New York City.
- begun on and completed on (48 years ago)
- 515 episodes of 30 minutes each
- country: United States of America
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- genre: Soap opera
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A Dictionary of Similes (1917)
by Frank Jenners Wilstach
Flickering like a flame in the wind. — Anon. Flicker like a lamp. — Sigmund Krasinski. Flickering like dying lamps in sepulchres. — Schiller. Flickers like a blown-out flame. — Swinburne. Flickering like a wind-bewildered leaf. — Ibid. Flicker like ...
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