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Blaze refers to Fire.

Blaze may also refer to:

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  • Blaze (dinghy), a high-performance racing dinghy designed by Ian Howlett and John Caig
  • Utah Blaze, an Arena Football League team playing their home games in Salt Lake City
  • Baton Rouge Blaze, a former team in the arenafootball2 league who played their home games in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA
  • Blaze the Trail Cat, mascot of the Portland Trail Blazers professional basketball team
  • Blaze (Mascot), the dragon mascot of the University of Alabama at Birmingham athletic teams
  • A non-standard poker hand
  • Blaze the Phoenix, the mascot of the 1996 Summer Paralympics
  • HSC Blaze, a Girls' Youth Soccer team in Hillsborough, New Jersey, USA; the team is affiliated with the Hillsborough Soccer Club

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"Thunder and Blazes": Canadian Louis-Phillipe Laurendeau's 1910 arrangement for band of "Entrance of the Gladiators" by Julius Fucik. This piece, often heard played on a calliope, is familiarly associated with clowns and circuses.


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Blaze refers to Fire.

Blaze may refer to:

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Music

Fiction

Video games

Sports and games

Other uses

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1911 encyclopedia

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From LoveToKnow 1911

'BLAZE (A.-S.' blaese, a torch), a fire or bright flame; more nearly akin to the Ger. blass, pale or shining white, is the use of the word for the white mark on the face of a horse or cow, and the American use for a mark made on a tree by cutting off a piece of the bark. The word "to blaze," in the sense of to noise abroad, comes from the A.-S. blaesan, to blow, cf. the Ger. blasen; in sense, if not in origin, it is confused with "blazon" in heraldry.


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