Roman candle

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Roman candle ‎(plural Roman candles)

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  1. a type of firework, with a long, thick paper tube that contains layers of "stars" and lifting charges. When ignited, pyrotechnic stars shoot from the tube one at a time.
  2. a type of parachute deployment failure

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