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Safire appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):

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People

  1. Safire: Wilma Cosmé, better known by her stage name Sa-Fire, is a Puerto Rican singer. She is one of the few Latin freestyle artists to have achieved major pop chart success and is considered to be one of the most prominent representatives of the genre. Relatively well-known to the mainstream media, Sa-Fire continues to perform all over the world and at many venues.
  2. SaFire: Sandra “SaFire” Sommerville is a Canadian circus and fire performer specializing in hula hoop dancing. She is also a motivational speaker, entrepreneur and educator, known for her online hooping community, and a viral video involving hoop dancing.
    • born on (32 years ago)
    • nationality: Canada

There are other people with in their name, like Bernard Safire, Hillary Safire and William Safire.

Miscellanea

  1. Safire is an open source web application framework by Auston Bunsen for the iPhone, providing a combination of JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets, and images. Bunsen's sample application, "izillow", received some media attention.
  2. Safire are an award winning illusion act based in the UK, hailing from Wales. The act comprises husband and wife team Stuart and Jayne Loughland. Recently they won the title of The Most Entertaining Magical Act in the UK and were honoured to become Members of The Inner Magic Circle. Last year they were presented with a Presidential Citation by the International Brotherhood of Magicians for their services in the promotion of magic ion entertainment.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Safire

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Google previewStudies in Etymology and Etiology (2009)

With Emphasis on Germanic, Jewish, Romance and Slavic Languages by David L. Gold

Safire means functional shift or functional change, not “back-formation.” “[...] that whole word, coined in 1827” ...

Google previewThe Grammar Devotional (2009)

Daily Tips for Successful Writing from Grammar Girl (TM) by Mignon Fogarty

WEDNESDAY LANGUAGE ROCK STAR: WILLIAM SAFIRE Although William Safire is a well-known political columnist, language lovers know him best as the author of the longrunning “On Language” column in the New York Times ...

Google previewUsing Information Technology 9e Complete Edition (2016)

Computer science, Information technology by CTI Reviews

CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS: KEY TERMS, PEOPLE, PLACES, CONCEPTS Safire: Safire is an open source web application framework by Auston Bunsen for the iPhone, providing a combination of JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets, and ...

Google previewEarth Observation Remote Sensing (2012)

Survey of Missions and Sensors by Herbert J. Kramer

SAFIRE is a passive limb emission instrument that combines the advantages of far-infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy and space-proven ...

Google previewObservation of the Earth and its Environment (2013)

Survey of Missions and Sensors by Herbert J. Kramer

SAFIRE is a passive limb emission instrument that combines the advantages of far-infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy and space-proven mid-infrared broadband radiometry. The sensor provides simultaneous observations of key Oy , HOy, ...

Google previewSame Sex Marriage (2004)

Pro and Con : a Reader by Andrew Sullivan

William Safire is a New York Times columnist. Antonin Stalia is an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Amy E. Schwarti is a member of the Washington Post editorial page staff. Jay Alan Sekulow is the chief counsel for the American ...

Google previewThe Dickson Baseball Dictionary (2009)

by Paul Dickson

Ruane, John Ruoff, John Rush S William Safire, Joseph St. George, Joseph St. Paul, Eric 962 ...

Google previewA Dictionary in Hindee and English (1862)

by Joseph T. Thompson

safire T (inichchha, s. f. Indifference, absence of wish or desire. erfira ( inityuh, adj. Not for ever; frail, perishable, transient, not everlasting, transitory, temporary, fugitive. eqfir:THT unityutá, sf Transient or limited existence. *fir: finidr, adj.

Google previewA Compendious Anglo-Saxon and English Dictionary (1855)

by Joseph Bosworth

Almesse, eelmasse, aelniysse, an ; / [sAfire, maesse mass; a fire or burnt offering, Le.] Alms, almsgiving. — Almes-baeS An alms bath, a bath free of cost. — deed Alms' deed. — feoh Alms' money. — gedal, -sylene Alms' dole, the dealing, ...

Google previewA High School Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1853)

by Noah Webster, William Greenleaf Webster

a thin satin j s Safire, n. a discourse, poem, or] remark containing severe; censure of vice or folly. Sa-tirle, )o. severely censo Sa-tir'ie-al, ) rious. Sa-tiKie-al-ly, ad. with severe censure. Ting ; to preserve from dnn-lScale, ...

Google previewAmericanized Encyclopaedia Britannica (1895)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature, to which is Added Biographies of Living Subjects

Hannay's best books are Singleton Fontenoy, Safire and Satirists, Eustace Conyers, and Essays from the Quarterly Review. HANNIBAL. Hannibal is a very common Carthaginian name. Its final syllable bal occurs repeatedly as a suffix in Punic ...

Google previewPopular Educator a Complete Encyclopaedia of Elementary, Advanced, and Technical Education (1858)

flate mein &aut auf fünf Safire vermittött. 5. Gin ficišiger editer witterbolt tas, was er in ter &#ute gehört bat. 6. 3m. striegs;eiten fleigt ter 3rtister Rebensmittet beteutent. 7. G4 mountert mid, taff er bie Geieff&aft foldier £eute midt meitet. 8.

Google previewAmerican Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1896)

A Safire. 9. Fr.finer; Fr. finir; B. Transitive: *1. To bring to an end or conclusion; to finish, to end. “Thy werre for to hende and fine.” Seven Sages, 2,857. 2. To impose a pecuniary penalty upon; to set a fine upon; to punish by fine; to mulct.

Google previewEncyclopedia Britannica (1910)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm

Safire. Epistles and Ars Poetica (1869). CONISTERIUM (from Gr. Köves, dust), the name of the room in the ancient palaestra or thermae (baths) where wrestlers after being anointed with oil, were sprinkled with sand, so as to give them a grip ...

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Safire

The Housekru: Safire+Eden

that's a jar of pickle juice he is intending to drink

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Safire's Political Dictionary 2008 Fair Use sample

Originally published in 1968, this updated 2008 version of William Safire's Political Dictionary includes such words as Red/Blue State; moonbat; Rumsfeld's ...

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The right to do something does not mean that doing it is right. (William Safire)
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Scrabble value of S1A1F4I1R1E1

The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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