slow fire

noun
a rate of firing small arms that allows time to aim before each shot.

slow-fire, adjective
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Tempeh started with beans simmered on a slow fire for several hours.
Then they cook them over a slow fire in the big iron kettle, till the feet grow
  tender, and they salt them to taste.
Precipitation will likely slow fire activity and operations.
In addition, helicopters dropped buckets of water on hot spots to slow fire
  spread and shuttled supplies for crews.
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