Mee asked in Education & ReferenceTrivia · 9 years ago

Interesting facts about ring of fire?

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  • 9 years ago
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    Ring of Fire? Which one?

    Ring of Fire can refer to:

    Pacific Ring of Fire, the region that is prone to earthquakes and volcanic activity which surrounds, or "rings", the Pacific Ocean

    Northern Ontario Ring of Fire

    An annular solar eclipse

    A specific block (meteorology) with a high-pressure area over the south-eastern United States

    a sunflower variety

    "Ring of Fire" (song), a song famously performed by Johnny Cash, written by June Carter and Merle Kilgore

    Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash, an album by Johnny Cash

    Ring of Fire (musical), a musical theatre production on the life of Johnny Cash

    Ring of Fire (Mark Boals album)

    Ring of Fire (series), a series of alternate history books by Eric Flint and other authors

    Ring of Fire (anthology) and Ring of Fire II; two books of short stories edited by Eric Flint, as a part of the above series

    Ring of Fire (Buffy comic)

    Narya, one of the Three Rings of Elvenkind in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth

    Ring of Fire: Century Book #1 (Century Quartet) by P.D Baccalario

    Ring of Fire (1991 film), an IMAX documentary about the volcanoes and earthquakes around the Pacific Ring of Fire

    Ring of Fire: An Indonesian Odyssey (Film), a documentary about Indonesia by Lawrence Blair and Lorne Blair originally aired on WGBH (Boston)

    Ring of Fire (radio program), a weekly program syndicated by WYD Media Management, LLC

    "Ring of Fire" (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode)

    "Ring of Fire" (Knight Rider Season two episode)

    The "Ring of Fire", a group (as in, "members of a ring") of United States firearms manufacturers, such as Bryco Arms/Jennings Firearms/Jimenez Arms, that produce a number of low-priced firearms

    "The Ring of Fire", a nickname given to Westpac Stadium by supporters of the Wellington Phoenix football club.

    Ring of Fire / Larson Fireball, a carnival ride.

    Kings, a drinking game also known as Ring of Fire.

    Ring of Fire Studios, a visual effects, animation, and digital post production studio.

    Wikipedia has articles on nearly all these rings of fire:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_of_fire

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Some students released a specially designed cards for Ring of Fire/Kings Cup

    Check it here:

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ring-of-Fire-drinki...

    They are also running a competition right now with chance of wining some decks for free!

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