While Ping says she expected a certain amount of backlash inside China, she was shocked at the firestorm her book touched off.
Kashgari caused a firestorm recently for tweets that religious scholars have decried as insulting to the Prophet Muhammad.
Aboard the Qantas A380, the computers were overwhelmed by a firestorm of error messages and basically gave up.
Even amid the Quinn-Thompson-de Blasio firestorm, Weiner still managed to get in a few crowd-pleasing zingers.
That response created such a firestorm that Cameron has to travel throughout New York with a bodyguard—he needs the protection.
She was not someone destined for a long healthy life.Her death has provoked a firestorm of criticism against you and the show.
To some degree, the firestorm Jackson has faced was to be expected, says one of her most famous predecessors.
Hamza Kashgari is on his way back to Saudi Arabia after fleeing a firestorm over tweets about the Prophet Muhammad.
Kellow writes that in 1985, when the firestorm over Shoah was at high heat, the Voice had become “her by-now regular adversary.”
But after the firestorm in Arizona, even Gipson has backed off.
An intense and often destructive spate of action or reaction: The report has already generated a firestorm of criticism/ A lawyer from Time-Warner expected a firestorm of protest from the shareholders after the vote
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