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Water is poured on burning wood to extinguish fire because water absorbs large amount of heat and the temperature of wood falls below its ignition temperature and fire is blown out.


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Water is poured on burning wood to extinguish fire because water absorbs large amount of heat and the temperature of wood falls below its ignition temperature and fire is blown out.


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Water is poured on burning wood to extinguish fire because water absorbs large amount of heat and the temperature of wood falls below its ignition temperature and fire is blown out.


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