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Fire

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Fire is one of the four classical elements in ancient Greek philosophy and science. Fire is considered to be both hot and dry, and according to Plato is associated with the tetrahedron.

Fire is often an image of passion and creativity, its consuming tendencies being illustrations of this. Also represents anger, hatred.

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