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8 results - UCS Category "FRWKRec" - Most at least downloaded

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- Firecracker with wick 4
Explosion of a firecracker with wick. UCS Category: FRWKRec. Duration: 00:01.
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- Sparkling Candle 1
A sparkling candle that burns. UCS Category: FRWKRec. Duration: 00:43.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#1139)
- Firecracker with wick 3
Explosion of a firecracker with wick. UCS Category: FRWKRec. Duration: 00:01.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#1279)
- Sparkling Candle 2
A sparkling candle that burns. UCS Category: FRWKRec. Duration: 00:40.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#1137)
- Firecracker with wick 1
Explosion of a firecracker with wick. UCS Category: FRWKRec. Duration: 00:01.
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- Exploding bang-snaps
Crackers, snappers, whippersnappers, pop-its, bang-snaps: Throwing firecrackers on the ground. They contain small amounts of silver fulminate and gravel. 4 clicks. UCS Category: FRWKRec. Duration: 00:03.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#1138)
- Firecracker with wick 2
Explosion of a firecracker with wick. UCS Category: FRWKRec. Duration: 00:01.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#0919)
- Firecrackers
5 firecrackers of Christmas to operate with hands. UCS Category: FRWKRec. Duration: 00:13.
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